The Karizma R and ZMR bikes are yet to release, but their prices have been revealed in the market. Check out for more!
How often do you get to know of a bike’s price before the bike is launched? Well, not often does it happen; but such is the case with the new Karizma R and Karizma ZMR bikes. Both the bikes are yet to hit the market, but their prices are all over the Internet.
The face lifted version of the new Hero Karizma ZMR and R has made its way to the dealers. Earlier this year, both the bikes had made their first public debut at 2014 Auto Expo in Delhi. Changes made on the Hero Karizma R and ZMR is both mechanical and cosmetic.
Both the new Hero Karizma R and ZMR bikes have not yet been officially launched by the manufacturer, but select dealers have already received the bikes and hence the prices have been revealed.
The new Hero Karizma R will be retailed for a price ranging from Rs. 93,000 to 94,000 INR; and
The Hero Karizma R has also been priced at a range from Rs. 1,17,000 to 1,18,000 INR (both the prices on road Mumbai).
The amount for booking for both the bikes is round Rs. 14,000 to 15,000 INR and delivery is also expected to start within a month.
With the prices for Karizma R and ZMR revealed, bikers are now more interested and enthusiastic about the book and feel of the new machines. On the cosmetic front, the highlighting change is at the front of the bikes. Now, both the bikes from Hero feature twin headlamp that is placed vertically instead of the single headlight unit seen on its predecessors.
And the amazing design has been revised on both the bikes and it now also has a split seat. The rear end of the motorcycle has been revamped to give it an uncluttered and clean look and the bike also gets equipped with a new muffler and a clip-on handlebars.
On the mechanical side, both the Karizma R bikes and Karizma ZMR bikes are powered by the same powerplant as seen for its predecessors. The engines for both the bikes have been made to produce immense power. In case of Hero Karizma R the single cylinder, air cooled, 223cc motor gives out 19.2PS of massive power and 19.3m torque, this is, well, a 1Nm and 2PS hike in torque and power rating respectively in comparison to the previous bikes. Speaking of its elder silings, the Karizma ZMR bikes have the same powerplant but its fuel injected instead of a carburetor.
Well, after all this one thing is for sure, bikers are in for a gala time ahead. With the price range mentioned, these two bikes will surely create a stir in the days to come.