Hero MotoCorp unveils the new 2014 Xtreme | Pics & Specs

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“Live off the edge” – That’s what Hero MotoCorp proclaims when you ride a CBZ or CBZ-Xtreme or the Xtreme. After huge success of the CBZ ancestors, Hero MotoCorp has recently launched the new upgraded version of Xtreme. The 2014 Xtreme has lots of cosmetic changes in comparison with its previous avatar, where as the engine remains unchanged. In addition to change in looks, Hero has also loaded the new Xtreme with some impressive features.


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To begin with, the new Xtreme comes with an electronic immobilizer. This feature will make it impossible to start the bike without its original key. Xtreme will also have safety feature for side stand, Engine will shut down as soon as the stand side is been engaged.






Apart from features, Xtreme has an updated the instrument cluster. The instrument cluster glows with a blue back light which goes easy on the eyes. Side indicators will be separate from the headlight unit, which was previously integrated in the headlight unit. Nice bright LED Highbrow Light guides are provided just over the headlamp, adding to the aggressive look of the new Xtreme with LED tail light. Mirrors are dual-tone, body colour and black. Whereas, mud guard, seat and pillion grab rails remains unchanged. Fuel tank will have a 3D chrome Xtreme logo on it.






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As the engine is untouched, specifications of the new Xtreme are same as old one.

  • Type:Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder OHC
  • Displacement:149.2 cc
  • Max. Power:10.6 KW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500 rpm
  • Max. Torque:10.6 KW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500 rpm
  • Bore x Stroke:57.3 x 57.8 mm
  • Carburettor:CV with CCVI Carburetor controlled with variable ignition
  • Starting:Electric / Kick start
  • Ignition:AMI - Advanced Microprocessor Ignition System
Brakes :
  • Front Brake: Disc Dia 240 mm
  • Rear Brake Disc: Disc Dia 220 mm

With Yamaha FZS and Honda Trigger, Hero Xtreme looks good to snatch some of their sales.
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6 comments:

  1. New CBZ Xtreme Bike is just awesome i bought this bike today. i got very first bike in Hyderabad i guess in AP. this is very good looking bike i love this bike

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  2. Hi Varun,

    Congratulations on your new bike! It is an excellent choice indeed. Let us know your initial impression of the new xtreme from your point of you. We would love to hear more from you as we believe every opinion counts :)

    You can mail your feedback to us at : team-zest@motorzest.com

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  3. Pls confirm the release date of cbz extreme sports and when it will be available in market.

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  4. hey, i am looking to buy hero CBZ xtreme New model, Is is good in terms of Engine vibrations and service.

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    1. Hi shrisach,

      Engine vibrations are comparatively low if driven properly, old xtreme tends to vibrate a bit after 20000km. If maintained properly It is really very good. And Hero Moto Corp provide you the best in service among the 2 wheelers manufacturers.

      If engine vibration is the concern Honda unicorn is having the lowest vibrations in 150cc segment.

      All the best
      Ride safe

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  5. The re-design sucks IMO the original Xtreme was awesome.

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