Hero Splendor Plus XTEC launched at Rs 72,900

Hero MotoCorp has launched a new variant of its popular Splendor Plus commuter motorcycle called the Splendor Plus XTEC. The new variant is priced at Rs 72,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi), and gets several new features. The standard Splendor Plus i3s, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 70,700 (ex-showroom, Delhi). Gets new graphics, LED Daytime Running Lamp and colour schemes Remains mechanically unchanged Hero Splendor Plus XTEC: what’s new? The biggest talking point on the new Splendor Plus XTEC is its segment-first full digital meter with Bluetooth connectivity, which provides incoming and missed call alerts, message alerts, real-time fuel efficiency indicator, two trip meters and a low fuel level indicator. The XTEC is also equipped with an integrated USB port. Safety features on the new Splendor Plus XTEC include a side-stand alert and a side-stand engine cut-off. Like the standard Splendor Plus, the XTEC also gets a bank-angle sensor which cuts off the engine in the event of a fall. In terms of design, the Splendor Plus XTEC gets a new LED Daytime Running Lamp strip on top of the halogen headlight, new graphics and black alloys. It is also available in four new colour schemes – Sparkling Beta Blue, Canvas Black, Tornado Grey and Pearl White. Hero Splendor Plus XTEC: mechanicals The XTEC variant is mechanically identical to the standard Splendor Plus. It’s powered by a 7.9hp, 8.05Nm, 97.2cc, single-cylinder engine, and comes equipped with a 4-speed gearbox and Hero’s i3s auto start/stop tech.  Hero Splendor Plus XTEC: rivals The Hero Splendor Plus XTEC rivals the likes of the Bajaj Platina, TVS Radeon and Honda CD 110 Deluxe.  

Hero Splendor Plus XTEC launched at Rs 72,900
New Splendor Plus XTEC is available in four colour schemes.

Hero MotoCorp has launched a new variant of its popular Splendor Plus commuter motorcycle called the Splendor Plus XTEC. The new variant is priced at Rs 72,900 (ex-showroom, Delhi), and gets several new features. The standard Splendor Plus i3s, on the other hand, is priced at Rs 70,700 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

  • Gets new graphics, LED Daytime Running Lamp and colour schemes

  • Remains mechanically unchanged

Hero Splendor Plus XTEC: what’s new?

The biggest talking point on the new Splendor Plus XTEC is its segment-first full digital meter with Bluetooth connectivity, which provides incoming and missed call alerts, message alerts, real-time fuel efficiency indicator, two trip meters and a low fuel level indicator. The XTEC is also equipped with an integrated USB port.

Safety features on the new Splendor Plus XTEC include a side-stand alert and a side-stand engine cut-off. Like the standard Splendor Plus, the XTEC also gets a bank-angle sensor which cuts off the engine in the event of a fall.

In terms of design, the Splendor Plus XTEC gets a new LED Daytime Running Lamp strip on top of the halogen headlight, new graphics and black alloys. It is also available in four new colour schemes – Sparkling Beta Blue, Canvas Black, Tornado Grey and Pearl White.

Hero Splendor Plus XTEC: mechanicals

The XTEC variant is mechanically identical to the standard Splendor Plus. It’s powered by a 7.9hp, 8.05Nm, 97.2cc, single-cylinder engine, and comes equipped with a 4-speed gearbox and Hero’s i3s auto start/stop tech. 

Hero Splendor Plus XTEC: rivals

The Hero Splendor Plus XTEC rivals the likes of the Bajaj Platina, TVS Radeon and Honda CD 110 Deluxe.