Way back in 90’s CBX was one of the popular bikes amongst the youngsters. Over the period of time CBX Xtreme has undergone lots of visual as well as technical changes to meet the current market demand. Let us check the brief specification of the face lifted CBX Xtreme.
The bike is available in shades of Digital silver, Max Brown Metallic, Panther Black Metallic, Sports Red.
Digital plus analogue Digital meter, Shutter for the ignition key, New anti-drag fuel tank, Rear disc brake, New design for alloy wheels, New LED tail lamp, New rear shock absorbers, New exhaust heat shield.
4 stroke, air-cooled single cylinder 150cc engine which gives you a maximum power of 14.2 Bhp at 8500 rpm and maximum torque of 12.8 Nm at 6500 rpm. Also available in two variant with rear drum brake and front disk brake and dual disk brake (front and rear).
5 speed manual gear transmission.
ORP (On Road Performance)
It is powered by the same engine which is used Hero Hunk but the quality of the engine has improved a lot in terms of refinement, smooth gear shifting, vibration control and noise reduction. Fuel efficiency is around 50-55 km/ltr in city and 55-60 km/ltr on highway which is somewhat similar to its elder siblings.
Fuel Tank Capacity
12.10 liters fuel capacity.
Zip and Vroom
Max speed of this 150cc machine is 115kmph without.
It comes with standard 18 inch wheel.
As far is comfort is concern the bike gives you 5 step adjustable back shock absorber suspensions to provide you better comfort and stress free ride. It is very easy to ride this bike on tough and rough roads without any hesitation.
Standard safety features like front leg guard and sari guard at the back. It also features a shutter for key which would be its best feature in term of safety.
Recently Hero MotoCorp launched a revamped version of its popular two-wheeler, CBZ Xtreme. This new version has undergone physical facelift, internal changes and looks to be much more equipped to handle the demands of the challenging Indian roads. The revamped avatar certainly has more to offer than its predecessor. What is it? Read on to know more.
The Hero MotoCorp CBZ Xtreme, lies somewhere in between a cruiser and sports bike. The new version has a much more aggressive stance and looks more stylish as compared to its original avatar. The aerodynamic design will give you comfortable riding experience in city as well as on highways. The dual color side glasses look very attractive along with a wide mud guard. The front cowl has indicators and halogen headlight integrated into it.
• Engine and other features:
Powering the CBZ Xtreme is an Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder OHC 149.2 cc Petrol engine. It generates a max. Power 10.6 KW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500 rpm and a max. Torque of 12.80 N m @ 6500 rpm. It has been paired with 5 speed manual transmission gears and a multiplate wet clutch.
• Performance (mileage, top speed, acceleration):
The petrol tank of CBZ Xtreme has a capacity of 12.3 litres. It delivers a mileage of 50 kmpl which is has now become a standard for these type of bikes. The bike can accelerate from 0 to 60 kmph in 6 seconds and has a top speed of the bike is 115 kmph.
The bike has 5 spoke wheels with a wheelbase of 1325 mm. The front and rear tyres, both of them have Disc brakes.
• Safety features:
The Hero MotoCorp CBZ Xtreme comes with safety features such as ignition with a shutter, leg guard, extremely powerful brakes.
The CBZ Xtreme is available in four colors; Brown metallic, Silver, Black and Red.
• Price in India:
Hero MotoCorp CBZ Xtreme’s price in India is Rs. 67, 000/.
Conclusion: Going by the reputation of the earlier bikes of Hero MotoCorp, the CBZ Xtreme too looks like a bike which is a healthy mixture of performance, style and looks. It is a good choice for Indian roads.