Hero Honda had been making the Hero Super Splendor, a typical lightweight motorbike, since 2005. This motorbike has undergone various revisions since its debut. It was more stable because of the horizontal engine. It is the top model in the Hero Honda Splendor series, which was created by Hero Honda. Hero MotoCorp later redesigned it, giving it additional features such as a digital speedometer, a front disc brake in place of a drum brake, and an updated appearance with alloy wheels. Let us look at the Hero super splendor specifications in detail.
Super Splendor’s engine is a brand-new, BS6-compliant fuel-injected motor. The 124 cc motor produces 10.6Nm at 6000 rpm and 10.5bhp at 7500 rpm. The BS4 Super Splendor has 0.40bhp and 0.4Nm less power than the BS6 version. Hero asserts that the new motor is now more dependable and fuel-efficient.
Another significant improvement is a new 5-speed transmission. With a fifth gear, the powertrain should operate more smoothly at highway speeds.
A new diamond-shaped frame is also part of the new additions. The dual shock absorbers at the back now have 7.5mm more travel, and the front forks have 15mm more travel while having the same suspension system. Ground clearance has increased by 18.3 mm to 180 mm, while the curb weight has decreased by 3 kg to 122 kg. Nevertheless, the 799mm seat height is 9mm higher than before, and the fuel tank’s size has decreased from 13 to 12 liters. Additionally, a bigger 18-inch tire is used for increased stability. The Super Splendor BS6 has optional 240mm front disc brakes and 130mm rear drum brakes for stopping power. It also has 18-inch alloy wheels.
The Super Splendor BS6 has four variants, as opposed to the BS4 Super Splendor’s single variety. Cost for the disc brake version is Rs. 81,100, while the drum brake version is Rs. 77,400. Costing Rs 77,630 and Rs 81,330, respectively, are the additional Canvas Black Edition trimmings (All prices, ex-showroom Delhi).
Hero completely overhauled the new Super Splendor BS6. A bigger tail lamp, a new, leaner headlamp, and new bodywork are added. The seat is 45mm longer as well. New graphics and one fresh color are two small aesthetic changes. The Hero bikes are available in four additional colors, including the previously existing Candy Blazing Red, Glaze Black & Heavy Grey as well as the brand-new Nexus Blue paint schemes. The BS4 Super Splendor was only available in five colors.
The Super Splendor, a more reasonably priced 125cc commuter, has a halogen headlight, bulb-style tail lights, and bulb-style turn indicators. A new three-pod instrument console with a speedometer, fuel gauge, odometer, and warning lights is added to the vehicle. Additionally, it receives i3S start-stop technology as well as a bank angle sensor which turns the motorbike off if it tips over.
From a comfort standpoint, the Super Splendor has an analog console type, a single bar handle type, an analog speedometer, a single seat style, a side stand indicator, an analog tachometer, a kick and self-start to type, and an analog fuel level gauge.
The Hero Super Splendor includes hydraulic shock absorbers in the back and telescopic fork springs up front with 80/100 R18 tires. It has alloy wheels and a double cradle frame.
Super Splendor price is offered in India starting at Rs. 77, 400, with New Drum being the least-priced variation. The Canvas Black Edition Disc version of Super Splendor is the most costly one and costs Rs. 81,330 (Both prices, ex-showroom Delhi).
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