Hero MotoCorp has discontinued two motorcycles from its India line up. The world’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer has axed the Hunk and Xtreme from its official website for India. Both these motorcycles were going through a miserable phase in terms of sales and hence, the manufacturer decided not to carry further with these models.Also Read - MS Dhoni Among Sharpest Cricket Minds Ever Encountered Reckons Greg Chappell
The Hero Xtreme was essentially the one down version of the company’s Xtreme Sports. The two motorcycles, with a slight difference in styling never made the laymen much excited about the particular range that made its debut with the prefix CBZ. The CBZ was the first 150cc motorcycle by the manufacturer and the bike had a huge fan following in its time. However, when Hero MotoCorp tried giving a whole new makeover to the CBZ brand with the Xtreme, the audience did not accepted the change generously and found it difficult to love the new comer the same way as the CBZ. Also Read - IPL 2022 Auction: Virat Kohli be Back as Captain? RCB Chairman Answers
With the retirement of the Hero Xtreme and Hunk, it can be assumed that the company will launch the facelift models of these bikes in the months to come. Also, Hero is all set to add yet another member in the Xtreme family with a bigger heart christened Xtreme 200S. The bike is scheduled to be launched by the end of this year and is a part of the six product launches that the company has planned for the current fiscal. Also Read: Hero MotoCorp to launch six new bikes and scooters in the current fiscal
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