Hello, motorbike enthusiast!
Are you crazy and passionate about motorbikes like me?
Well, I am a motorbike lover, and my love for bikes started at the age of eighteen. The unusual way of getting attracted to the speed and style of bikes started troubling my parents when I desired for it at an early age. However, I got my first bike, Hero Honda Passion from my elder brother after months of begging. It was by far the best time of my life.
Talking about Hero MotoCorp, it is undoubtedly the most preferred brand of the Indian motorbike community to date. They recently launched Splendor with a BS-VI compliant engine.
So, let’s see the features of this new motorbike from Hero MotoCorp – Splendor iSmart BS-VI.
- First BS-VI engine used in motorbikes in India.
- It has a new youthful and modern styling.
- Better riding features with smooth moving quality in traffic.
- More torque.
- Superb speed and better fuel efficiency.
- I3S Technology.
- Easy to start in any weather condition with great engine life.
- Comfortable and smooth during bumpy rides.
- It has dual-tone graphics. The overall design is fresh-face and modern with new styling elements.
- The front part has a unique designed headlamp with a colored body, rear view mirrors, and muscly fuel tank.
- It has a black colored engine and other body panels with a diamond framed look.
- The five-spoke alloy wheels add a different look to the motorcycle.
- The bike comes with a new instrument panel with a digital display reading about odometer and speed.
- The iSmart also has a service due reminder.
- The speedometer and fuel gauge are analog.
- The overall design is appealing with a long and comfortable seat.
- The start and stop button loaded in the new Splendor is economical.
- It has LED taillights and an average mileage of 61 km/l.
- The motorbike has a 113.2 cc air-cooled engine with a single cylinder.
- Splendor iSmart 110 is the first BS-VI model.
- It is a 4-stroke bike with a PFI engine that can deliver 9 HP and 9.89 NM of torque.
The company claims to give 10% more torque than other Splendor models.
- The bike has a 4-speed gearbox with superb fuel intake.
- What I liked about the new Splendor is the quality of i3S Technology. It becomes easier for a rider to stop when idle and start the engine instantly when required saving fuel.
- The engine has air temperature sensing, easier for any traveler to start it in all weather conditions.
- The bike has a feature of optimum engine temperature control, which helps to improve its life.
The new chassis design, improved performance capability gives a remarkable riding experience of the motorcycle.
Suspension and Brakes:
- Splendor iSmart 110 gets telescopic hydraulic shockers in the front and swing arm with a hydraulic shocker at the rear.
- A new double-cradle frame improves its suspension for front-rear balance.
- Hero MotoCorp has increased the suspension travel by 15 mm and wheelbase by 36 mm, allowing more comfortable and stable riding.
- The new Splendor model gets 165 mm to 180 mm ground clearance with a seat height of 799 mm.
- It has 240 mm front disc brakes and 130 mm rear drum brakes.
The motorbike gets a tubeless tire with both the tire size of 80/100-18.
Color and Weight:
The Splendor iSmart BS-VI comes in three colors- Red, Blue, and Grey and weighs 116 kg.
The ex-showroom price of Hero Splendor iSmart BS-VI is Rs 64,900 in Delhi.
Well, the Hero Splendor BS-VI is a superb motorbike at a reasonable price for the Indian two-wheeler market. With stylish looks, comfort, high mileage, and spell bounding features, this bike is a perfect budget-friendly choice.
So, wait no more, book the new Splendor iSmart at https://www.heromotocorp.com/en-in/splendor-ismart-bsvi/ and get yourself one right away.
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