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Hero MotoCorp has introduced five new designs to the world at the Milan EICMA show in 2023. This does not include the company’s entry into the European market with the electric scooter Vida V1 Pro. Let’s look at the Zoom 125R right now.

Hero Xoom 125 R design

Hero Zoom 125R scooter has been designed with a sporty look. Hero first showed interest in sporty scooters with the release of the Xoom 110, and with the Xoom 125R, they have expanded on that idea. From a design perspective, it is a more athletic version of the Zoom 110. The lines have more aggression and are more defined. The 14-inch wheels further highlight the overall athletic look.

As a result, riding the scooter will become more enjoyable. Segment-first sequential LED turn signals and LED lighting are installed at both ends of the scooter. The dual-tone color schemes give a sophisticated touch to the design, although it is unclear what color options the Xoom 125R will come in.

Hero Xoom 125R Features

The fully digital instrument cluster of the Zoom 125R will be similar to that of the Zoom 110. It will connect over Bluetooth and be able to display turn-by-turn navigation instructions in addition to a limited number of phone alerts. Additional features include:

  • Sequential indicators.
  • All-LED lighting.
  • A large apron pocket for storage.
  • A single-piece seat.

Hero Xoom 125R engine and chassis

Although much information was kept under wraps, we can confirm that a 124.6cc engine will power the Zoom 125R. It produces 9.4 hp at 7500 rpm and 10.14 Nm at 6000 rpm. The chassis’s telescopic fork arrangement and single-sided shock at the rear are components. The model on show had a drum brake at the rear and a disc brake at the front. 

Until Hero releases additional information, we won’t be able to confirm the existence of a higher variant with rear disc brakes. The total weight of the scooter will be 120 kg. Furthermore, the scooter’s 14-inch wheels should give it motorcycle-like handling characteristics.

Hero MotoCorp has not revealed the exact launch date, but considering it is almost ready for production, we can assume it will happen soon. When launched, it will compete with bikes like the Aprilia SR 125, Suzuki Avenis, and TVS Ntorq 125.

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