Hero HF Deluxe launched five cheap variants, know the price and what is special


Hero MotoCorp company has launched cheap variants of HF Deluxe. Their starting prices are from Rs 46,800. The company has launched a total of five variants. Let us know that Hero HF Deluxe was launched in the first three variants, which were priced between Rs 56,675 to 58 thousand rupees. At the same time, the company has now launched two more variants.


The company's two newly launched variants include the Kick Start Drum Brake Spoke Wheel and the Kick Start Drum Brake Alloy Wheel. Their price is Rs 46,800 and Rs 47,800 respectively. Let us know that Hero HF Deluxe is now available in five variants in the market. All these variants are available at an initial price of less than Rs 50 thousand.

These bikes will compete

These new variants of Hero HF Deluxe will compete with motorcycles like Bajaj CT100, Bajaj Platina 100, and TVS Sport. The weight (curb weight) of the new variants is 109 kg. The bike gets a 9.6-liter fuel tank, while the ground clearance is 165 mm. Talking about braking, there are 130 mm drum brakes in the front and rear.


The company claims that these bikes give a mileage of 73 kilometers per liter. Both of these cheap variants of Hero HF Deluxe do not offer an electric start option. Apart from this, no other major changes have been made on the motorcycle. The bike has a fuel-injected 97.2 cc engine. It generates 7.94 hp power and 8.05 Nm of torque. Its engine is equipped with a 4-speed gearbox.

Second in the list of best selling bikes

Let us know that Hero HF Deluxe is at number two in the list of best-selling vikes in the financial year 2020. The bike has lagged behind in the top spot by just 12,174 units. However, it sold more units in March than the Splendor. The company sold 1,14,969 units in March. But this year has seen a decline in sales as compared to FY 2019. Compared to FY 2019, HF Deluxe sales have registered a decline of 5.4 percent with 21,68,740 units in the year 2020. Hero HF Deluxe has sold a total of 20,50,974 units in the financial year 2020.