Affordable Hero Xoom 110 – Ideal Lift for City Commuters – UP SEO TOP

Hero Xoom 110

The Xoom is an affordable and accessible city commuter scooter designed with style in mind. Its powertrain provides a combination of expression, efficiency and mileage Hero Xoom 110.

Hero’s Xoom features a youthful aesthetic with sharp edges and creases that give it its distinctive design. At its front is an LED projector headlamp featuring an H-shaped DRL; and at the rear there is an ingeniously integrated metal grab rail to complete its distinctive appearance.

Hero Xoom 110

 Hero Xoom 110  Power

Hero’s Xoom scooter is built upon an updated version of Hero’s existing 110cc scooter platform used by Maestro Edge and Pleasure models, featuring the same 110.9cc air-cooled engine which produces 8.05 horsepower and 8.70 Nm at full throttle Hero Xoom 110.

At 109 kg, its curb weight may seem excessively heavy; however, its power-to-weight ratio is quite balanced. On our ride, the Xoom pulled seamlessly, easily reaching 60kph in less than 10 seconds with little effort from us and without breaking a sweat at 80 kph; though vibrations make riding with passengers uncomfortable at time Hero Xoom 110.

Its angular design and appealing details such as H-shaped LED DRLs and headlamps, faux air scoops, an X-shaped tail lamp and an integrated grab rail make for an attractive vehicle, which I observed several people stop to admire on the roadside – a true testament to its designers! I noted many stopped to look at it too – an additional nod of recognition to their efforts Hero Xoom 110.

Digital instrument console with real time mileage indicator, caller ID and SMS alerts is one of its many attractive features, but some features such as multi function key slot and external fuel filler flap that are common among modern scooters are missing from it. Still, this can easily be overlooked since the Xoom boasts both a telescopic front fork and swing arm rear suspension to offer ample comfort during long rides.

Hero Xoom 110


 Hero Xoom 110 Fuel efficiency

Hero’s Xoom 110 scooter is their most elegant scooter in their range and offers impressive engine performance and cost effectiveness. Designed with practicality in mind, low maintenance costs and readily available spare parts make this an affordable financial option for young riders Hero Xoom 110.

From its front, the Xoom impresses with its dramatic headlamp and striking front apron, as well as its signature H-shaped position lamp, premium telescopic fork with monoshock front suspension, flush-fitted pillion grab rails and flush mounted H-shaped position lamp – making for an eye-catching visual. At its rear it also shows off with an eye-catching, X-shaped LED tail lamp for added visual impact.

The Xoom 110 features a fully digital instrument console featuring real-time mileage indicators alongside speedometer, odometer and trip meters. Furthermore, Bluetooth connectivity with rider/pillion alerts and caller ID make this bike ideal for commuters; 19.2 litres of underseat storage make this model very accommodating.

Although packed with great features, the Xoom does have its share of drawbacks. After reaching 18 km per hour, its engine starts producing excessive vibrations that reduce comfort significantly; additionally its lack of multi-function key slot and external fuel filler cap decrease convenience quotient. Rivals such as Honda Dio offer superior storage space, engine refinement and ease of access and can outshone the Xoom at its own game Hero Xoom 110.

 Hero Xoom 110 Design

Hero has made their entry into the sporty scooter segment with the launch of their Xoom 110. Based on existing Pleasure and Maestro Edge platforms, this bike boasts some never-seen-before features as well as their revolutionary i3S engine technology and promises an enjoyable riding experience.

The scooter comes in three variants – LX, VX and ZX – each featuring premium designs in sports red or matte abrax orange hues. Sharp body panels and faux air scoops add an air of cool to this ride while LED projector headlight and taillight lights add even more sophistication.

The Xoom 110 stands out with its outstanding suspension tuning, making it easy and quick to steer. Though somewhat stiff in feel, its suspension manages to absorb most road imperfections without feeling harsh or unnecessarily harsh – and with both front 190 mm disc and rear 130 mm drum brakes providing ample stopping power, stopping power is never an issue!

Xoom 110 features an innovative digital instrument cluster which offers all sorts of information about your ride. Bluetooth pairing enables it to pair with your phone, providing caller ID and SMS alerts as well as speed, distance travelled, clock, etc. readouts; its backlit display allowing viewing under poor lighting conditions.

Hero Xoom 110

 Hero Xoom 110  Comfort

Hero MotoCorp’s entry into the sporty scooter segment, the Xoom 110 marks its entry. Competing against offerings from Honda, TVS and Suzuki that offer 125cc engines such as their popular Honda Activa, TVS Jupiter and Suzuki Access 125 models; as well as featuring first-in-segment cornering lights on its top end ZX model; its price point ranges between Rs 6-8 lakh Hero Xoom 110.

This scooter features a comfortable dual-seat layout and pillion grab rail for optimal seating comfort and performance. Ideal for first timers looking to purchase their first sporty scooter, its decent performance and mileage provide great value on regular road conditions. Starting at Rs 71,484 ex-showroom Delhi for LX variant and Rs 71,799 (VX) respectively and Rs 76,699 (ZX variant with cornering lights).

The Xoom 110 features a telescopic fork at its front end and monoshock at its rear. Braking duties are handled by either 190mm disc brakes on its ZX variant or 130mm drum brakes for LX and VX variants, with LX having a kerb weight of 108 kg while ZX having an estimated 109 kg curb weight Hero Xoom 110.

The Xoom 110 features an eye-catching design, complete with cuts and creases on its body panels, along with LED lighting on both ends including indicators. In its top-of-the-line ZX variant are two additional lights connected to an accelerometer/gyroscope which provide additional cornering light functionality.

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