The standard variant of Hero Glamour includes CBS, i3S idle start-stop system that kills the engine off when inactive for more than 5 seconds.
So, in traffic, you don’t have to waste your fuel standing in the traffic for hours; the bike will automatically switch off the engine and save your fuel. The engine would eventually start when you pull the clutch, which helps the Hero Glamour extract better mileage out of the bike, especially on traffic roads.
The Glamour Xtec comes loaded with additional features like a USB charging port, Bluetooth connectivity, turn-by-turn navigation, and an integrated Google Maps assistant. A gear indicator on the panel displaying what gear the bike is.
A bank angle sensor that shuts off the engine during a fall and a side-stand engine cut off that turns off the engine when the bike is on the side-stand. Also, you won’t be able to start the engine if the motorcycle is on a side-stand.
Additionally, Hero Glamour Xtec also gets an LED headlight that Hero Glamour standard variant lacks. Xtec is available in four colours: Sports Red, Tornado Grey, Techno Blue, and Radiant Red.
Hero Glamour gets a new BS6 compliant 125cc fuel-injected powertrain engine that is 19 per cent more powerful than the BS4 compliant motor.
Hero Glamour has a 5-speed transmission and is better than the usual four-speed ones because it offers better mileage.
New specifications are from 100cc to 125cc and from 130mm to 240mm disc at the front and 130mm drum brakes at the rear. It still misses out on disc brakes at the rear but still makes up for it on the front.
The rich look of Hero Glamour comes from the 3D branding on the fuel tank on the front. The 3D emblem mentioning “Glamour” with a silver tone gives it a rich and elegant look.
It gives a comfortable one seat that provides ease to the rider and the passenger on the back.
The tail lamp of Hero Glamour is in the signature H style lamp. It adds up to the rich design of the Glamour.
The name Glamour is given to the bike being pretty relatable. The H signature tail-lamp on the back and the design of Glamour make it alluring.
The dual-tone body graphics with the perfect colour combination makes it much more attractive and fascinating. The graphics on the body is stylish and more defining that gives the bike a modern look.
After upsetting many buyers in the 100cc series, Hero Glamour finally introduced the Digi-analogue console. It has an analogue speedometer but digital indications of fuel and gear. It also has a mileage indicator on the bike according to the conditions and performance of the bike.
100/80 wide rear tire for design as well as for the safety of the bike. The five-speed transmission makes the motorcycle run faster with a 125cc powered engine, so adding a 100/80 wide rear tire is obvious for extra grip and safety.
The Xtec variant comes with an LED headlight, and the standard variant comes with an average yellow headlamp, but the specifications mention them as much brighter than the usual ones. Glamour has split alloy wheels in a black finish to give it superior looks and design.
The longer front suspension makes the bike look heightened and fascinating. It also has a muscular designer tank that adds up to the designed and rich look of Glamour Xtec.
Hero Glamour has 2 variants.
- Variant 1: Self start drum brake alloy wheel – Fi
- Variant 2: Self start disk brake alloy wheel – Fi
Hero Glamour Comes in 4 Colours
- Sports Red
- Midnight Black
- Radiant Red
- Techno Blue
The Glamour has a 80/100-18 inch tyre on the front and a 100/80-18 inch rear tyre with 130mm drum brakes on both ends. It has a 240mm disc brake at the show in the disc brake variant. They build this model around a tubular double cradle chassis.
Hero Glamour’s new model is lagging in terms of features and offers in comparison to the competition in the Indian market. The basic variant still does miss out on the LED headlamp and tail lamp.
The instrument cluster of Glamour is a Digi-analogue unit with a digital screen that displays gear numbers, fuel gauge, trip meter, odometer, and mileage meters. The team has an analogue speedometer.
They install a USB charging port and Auto Navigation System with Google Maps assistant and Bluetooth connectivity.