Bike News News

Hero MotoCorp launches XPulse 200 4V Rally Edition at INR 1,52,100

Written by Rohit Tonapi

Hero MotoCorp India has launched the new XPulse 200 4V Rally Edition in India. The new exclusive edition of the popular XPulse 200 4V aims to offer a new option for hard-core off-road enthusiasts. The XPulse 200 4V Rally Edition will sit above the standard model in the XPulse lineup. 

The new XPulse 200 4V Rally Edition will come with a sticker price of INR 1,52,100. Interested customers will be able to book it from Hero’s eSHOP from 22nd July 2022, 12 pm onwards. Interestingly, Hero also says it is a limited-edition model. The last date to be able to book the bike is 29th July 2022.

Hero MotoCorp XPulse 200 4V Rally Edition – Highlights

The Rally Edition comes with exclusive Rally Code graphics and a “CS Santosh” autograph. This signifies the roots of the bike and adds to the exclusivity. Hero says, in true rally fashion, the bike now offers a taller and fully-adjustable front suspension with 250 mm wheel travel. Meanwhile, the rear also gets a fully-adjustable 10-step monoshock with 220 mm of travel. The adjustability allows riders to dial in the suspension to the terrain and riding style. 

The longer travel suspension means the seat height has also gone up. The Rally Edition’s seat height now measures 885 mm compared to the regular model’s 825 mm. However, the longer travel suspension means the ground clearance has gone up by 50 mm to 270 mm. The Rally Edition also gets 40 mm handlebar risers and a longer gear shift lever and side stand as well. 

The Rally Edition rides on a 21-inch front and an 18-inch rear wheel on dual-purpose tyres. Braking hardware remains identical to the regular model. Other features remain the same as the regular bike. The Rally Edition also continues to use the same engine as the regular model. Thus, it gets a 200cc 4-valve oil-cooled single-cylinder motor. The engine makes 18.9 BHP at 8,500 rpm and a peak torque of 17.35 Nm at 6,500 rpm.  

Also Read: SCOOP! 2022 Hero MotoCorp premium sporty scooter spotted, NTORQ rival