The bike comes with a fuel tank capacity of 12 litres. The BS6 engine offers a mileage of 48km/l with the advanced programmed fuel injection system; Hero claims that one can even extract a mileage of 50 km/l from the bike with economical use.
Hence one can expect a range of 576 kilometres with a full fuel tank. In addition to this, the bike weighs just 138 kgs, making it one of the lightest and easy handling motorbikes in its segment.
It also has not cut on safety features and has given Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) for controlled and advanced braking, and safety comes first for Hero.
The base variant comes with a single front disc option, while the other two variants are available with both front and rear discs ABS-equipped.
The Xtreme 160R is the reply to TVS Apache 160R, Honda Hornet 160R, and Bajaj Pulsar 160 NS.
The Xtreme 160R Hero has a lot to offer great features to the customers. All three variants of the Xtreme 160R feature an alloy wheel and electric start as standard.
Except for Bajaj NS 160’s high power and higher speed, the extreme 160R gives tough competition to its rivals, the Apache and the NS, regarding affordability, design, quality, fit n finish, and features.
Hero Xtreme 160R is sporty yet classy, a perfect combination of both worlds. The 3D embellished logos on the Hero Xtreme gives the bike an exotic look.
The 100 million editions and stealth edition bring a varied range of colours to choose from for the young generation. Hero Xtreme knows the Indian ideology and hence provided this compact bike infused with all the modern tech you can imagine and still resembles the good old traditional street bike look.
Hero Xtreme is an amalgamation of sharp looks, beautiful LED lamps, and a sporty outlay; its fuel tank is there in a place that the rider sits upright while he drives.
Also, the bike comes with vibrant and sporty colour options like the Pearl Silver White, Sports Red, Vibrant Blue, and the latest 100 million limited editions. The Xtreme 160R mainly competes in its segment with Apache 160R, Bajaj NS 160, Honda X-Blade.
After hearing consumer feedback, Hero has worked on the features and tech in Xtreme 160r. The bike’s instrument cluster has an engine rpm, odometer, time, speed, and two trip meters.
Although the cluster lacks a gear indicator, it feels like a void in such a good bike. The instrument cluster has a technologically advanced character due to its smartwatch-like visuals.
The dual disk variant equipped with single-channel ABS gives you the confidence to overtake traffic and attack corners. The bike has 130 section tires on the rear and ten on the front, which provides good grip on roads—similar ones on the Apache 160R.
The Xtreme 160r has an all-new LED-lit headlamp to tune with the indicators and taillight to add to the premium appeal.
The bike has full safety features such as a hazard switch button, and a side stand cut off to avoid any accidents caused by side stands.
Hero has equipped the bike with 14 sensors and the best engine technology, the programmed fuel injection.