Hero Extreme 160R 100 Million Edition Launched At Rs. 1.08 Lakhs

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The Xtreme 160R 100 million version has been introduced by Hero MotoCorp at a price of Rs. 1,08,750/-. (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The Xtreme 160R 100 million celebration version costs Rs. 1800/- more than the dual disc brake model and features a Red with White paint scheme, with the latter replacing the black parts on the bodywork.

In January, the bike manufacturer passed the 100 million production unit mark, with the Xtreme 160R serving as the 100 millionth two-wheeler. 

Aside from the Xtreme 160R, the manufacturer will release 100 million celebration editions of the Destini 125, Glamour, Maestro Edge 110, Passion Pro, and Splendor Plus.

If the price of the Hero Xtreme 160R 100 million edition is any indication, the celebratory editions of the two-wheelers would cost about Rs. 1800/- more than their standard versions.

The vehicles will not be modified mechanically or cosmetically except for the unique paintwork. The Xtreme 160R continues to be fitted with full-LED lighting, an LCD digital instrument cluster, and engine cut-off on the side stand, among other features. 

The motorcycle is equipped with a 5-speed gearbox and is powered by a 163cc air-cooled engine that produces 15 BHP and 14 Nm of torque. The double disc version weighs 139.5 kg and comes with single channel ABS.

The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 and the newly improved TVS Apache RTR 160 4V are competitors to the motorcycle. Hero also aims to introduce ten new models each year until 2025 in order to retain its lead in the Indian two-wheeler market.

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