Hero Honda CBZ X-Treme (2010)

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 67,400
* Delhi. May vary.
Discontinued

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QUICK FACTS & SUMMARY
Body Type Sports Commuter
Fuel Type Petrol
Top Speed 115 kmph
Shades Yellow, Orange & Black
Vehicle Overview Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme was a performance benchmark of its time. The motorcycle was the most affordable way to taste the performance of new generation bikes as Karizma was quite expensive when compared to its price tag of INR 67,400. Hero Honda CBZ was powered by a 149.2 cc, single cylinder engine that produces 14.2 BHP at 8500 rpm and 12.8 Nm at 6500 rpm. Performance is a relative word and most other bikes of that time even weighed close to the 143 kg wet weight of Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme. It claimed a top speed of 115 kmph while Bajaj Pulsar 150 was the primary rival at its time.
ENGINE & GEARBOX
Engine Description 149.2cc
Cooling Air Cooling
Displacement 149.2 cc
Maximum Power 14.2 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 12.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Bore 53.7 mm
Stroke 57.8 mm
Number of Gears 5
Clutch Multiplate Wet
BRAKES & TYRES
Front Brake Dia 240 mm Disc Non Asbestoes Type
Rear Brake 130mm - Internal Expanding Shoe Type
Wheel Size 2.75/18 42P - 100/90 18 56 P
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
SUSPENSION & CHASSIS
Front Suspension Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absobers
Rear Suspension Internal Expanding Shoe Type 130 mm
Frame Tubular Diamond Type
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
Overall Length 2080.00 mm
Overall Width 765.00 mm
Overall Height 1145.00 mm
Ground Clearance 145.00 mm
Wheelbase 1325.00 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 143.00 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 12.30 litres
Turning Circle 2.10
INSTRUMENT CONSOLE FEATURES
Speedometer Analogue
Tachometer Analogue
Trip Meter Analogue-1
Fuel Gauge Analogue
BATTERY & LIGHTING
Pass Light
Battery Type Lead acid battery
Capacity 7Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12V - 35W/35W
COMFORT & CONVENIENCE FEATURES
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

Hero Honda CBZ X-Treme (2010) Review

10 Jun, 2015 10:18 AM

Overview

New CBZ Xtreme has all the Hero Honda hallmarks - engine refinement, slick-shifting smooth gearbox, top-of-the-class vibration isolation, low engine noise and quality components. The headlamp and fairing combo looks relatively simple and straightforward except for two features. The turn indicators, which are usually stalked and stick out on either side, have been integrated into the headlamp housing. The New CBZ Xtreme now has clear lens for the indicators. A new tinted cowl adds to the improved aerodynamics and cuts the glare on the bike's instrumentation for the rider.

The X-Treme's instrument cluster is also very different incorporating circular gauges of varied sizes. There are analogue gauges, including an engine-rpm meter, a speedometer and fuel gauge, in addition to high beam, turn and neutral indicators. The large fuel tank of the New CBZ X-Treme is shapely and seems to have borrowed a few lines from the Ambition. Tall riders will appreciate generous knee recesses built into the fuel tank. Body side panels at the side of the new bike become chunkier and more muscular as they meet at the broad tail lamp at the rear.

With the crisscrossing lines of these panels and the deep knee recesses in the fuel tank, the New X-Treme's side profile is clearly its strongest, most admirable angle. The tail lamp cluster features a segmented stop and brake light section with the turn indicators built into a single unit that wraps around the brake light's bottom side. LEDs have been used replacing the conventional bulbs. The new cbz xtreme now has clear lens for the indicators like the front indicators. The bike's wheelbase at 1,325mm is only a shade lesser than the Pulsar's. The ground clearance is an adequate 145mm. 18-inch mag wheels are offered at the front and the rear of the bike. While the front features a 2.75-inch regular tyre, the rear tyre is 100/90 in size, which has been combined with a Tuff-up tube for the added advantage of a relatively puncture-free performance.

The only sore point about New CBZ Xtreme is the front looks which looks very small. With a proportionately small front fairing and headlamp, the bike's front does not exude the kind of aggression that would be liked by buyers in this segment. And also some buyers may not like the dual color combination for alloys. Rest apart, it is a very good 150cc bike and CBZ fans will love it!!

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