Hero MotoCorp Glamour
The commuter motorcycle segment has seen a turn of priorities in the past few years. While customers used to earlier focus on fuel economy and reliability, the present market arrangement demands a diversely accomplished overall package. Hero Moto Corp's Glamour fills in the aforementioned rolls like no other competitor in the segment. It is a tasteful blend of practicality and eye pleasing design.
- A straightforward and practical design, that pleases all and offends none
- Conveniently placed handlebars and foot pegs help find the optimum riding position within no time
- Black 5-spoke alloys and a blacked-out tubular frame gives the Glamour an appealing and sporty feel
- Dual-tone paint and prominent branding names distinguish it from other commuter motorcycles in the segment
- Though the rear mudguard looks like an afterthought, it is highly practical during those rare rainy-day drives
- Dimensionally, the Glamour is 2005 mm long, 735 mm wide, while the height is scaled at 1070 mm
Power & Performance:
While bikes like the Glamour are meant to tread long distances at low traffic speeds, it has enough power to satisfy the rider during those occasional spirited bursts on empty roads.
4-Speed Constant Mesh
Acceleration (0-60 kmph)
Fuel Economy (kmpl)
Braking & Handling:
- Telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and rear are designed to provide a jerk free ride on varied terrains
- Front 240 mm brake disc acts as a Saviour in emergency braking scenarios
- Tubular double cradle type chassis provides satisfactory feedback while cornering
- 150 mm of ground clearance helps in tackling rural roads while the seat height of 790 mm is appropriate for a wide range of riders
What To Opt For:
- Being a popular commuter motorcycle, the Glamour attracts mischievous eyes. Hence, an anti-theft package might come in handy
- Using the bike as a daily commuting medium makes it essential to be trouble free. A comprehensive insurance policy can address this issue
- ·To avoid road clashes due to minor scratches and hits, a third-party insurance is highly recommended.