Hero XPulse User Reviews
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As a proud owner of the BS6 2020 Xpulse 200, I can confidently say that it has been a great experience so far. The good part has only gotten better with time and I have no complaints apart from a faulty fuel pump issue which got resolved under the warranty. The only downside I faced is that, being a rider on the heavier side (weighing 100+kg), it is difficult to carry a pillion. Riding into a pothole or a speed breaker causes the lower portion of the bike to grind the asphalt or the paved surface of the trail. But apart from that, for trail riding and touring solo, the Xpulse 200 is quite agile and throttle-happy. I love this bike and I am planning to upgrade to the Xpulse 300/400 if the company gives the green light for commercial production. Cheers!
I’m really happy with my XPulse 200. I’ve used it on highways, cities, and off-roads, and it’s been great in all scenarios. The mileage is great, the comfort is great, and it’s definitely a mighty bike. I’ve recommended it to many of my friends, and around 7 or 8 of them have ended up buying the bike too.
The XPulse is the best vehicle for on-roading and off-roading. Its road grip is awesome and it’s budget-friendly. The only issue I’ve had so far is that it needs some fine tuning with the chain settings and clutch settings. But overall, it’s a great value for money.
Xpulse 200 is a great ADV bike and offers great performance on off-road trails. The power output is strong enough for highway use and is quite capable. The bike is quite comfortable and the ground clearance is quite good. The mileage is good at 40 km/l and the maintenance costs can be a bit high but overall it's a great bike. The only issue that I have encountered is the chain sprocket problem, rear suspension leaking and engine overheating issues. But overall, the Xpulse 200 is a great bike and I would highly recommend it.
I have been using the Hero XPulse 200 4v for more than 8 months now, and have been really satisfied with the overall performance. Initially I did face some engine heat issues, but after the third service, the problem was taken care of. I also decided to modify my seat, and I must say, it has made my riding experience much more comfortable.
In terms of mileage, the Hero XPulse 200 4v is one of the best in its price range. It has been consistently delivering a good mileage on a regular basis, which has been a major plus point for me.
The Hero XPulse 200 has great average in the 200cc segment and its headlight power has been increased. However, it still falls short of being a completely off-road capable machine. The built quality of the bike is good and the mileage is also commendable. All in all, the Hero XPulse 200 is a great bike for long rides and adventures, especially for those on a budget.
After using the XPulse 200 2V BS6 for over 10,000 km, I can vouch for its performance as a pure off-road machine. Its sweet spot is around 80-90 kmph, which can be a bit boring at times. However, when the roads get bad, the XPulse 200 comes into its own and it’s a joy to ride. I’ve found it to be comfortable for touring up to 150 km a day, with the suspension doing a great job on rough terrain. Fuel economy is decent too, with around 44 kmpl on roads between 60-75 kmph, 42 kmpl on 70-80 kmph, and 38 kmpl on 80-95 kmph. It all depends on how you ride and how much throttle you give it. I wouldn’t recommend it for pillion riding, as it is best enjoyed as a solo ride.
Graduated to Hero Xpulse 200 4V from classic 350 after using it for 5 years. This has resulted in a promotion. Xpulse 200 4V has overcome many deficits of classic in many ways. I think in comparing my experience with both would explain better about this new Xpulse 200 4V. I am a tourer & classic 350 has always been fun to ride bike but on a smooth road and that too without traffic, if both are not there then it troubles your shoulder and your fun to explore goes down. Xpulse 200 4V provides you smooth ride because of its fantastic suspensions, it feels like a light weighted vehicle and you can easily get through any crowdy or heavy traffic lane. On classic whenever I found clear highway & thought of pushing it more like 100 kmph, it cannot be done as it has vibrations on revving it more than 80 kmph and your body will be exhausted, if you try to do it so, for more than couple of minutes. In 4v there are no lathargic vibrations and Xpulse 200 4V top speed is better as well. It can be cruised at 100 kmph without hassle. That makes the difference of covering 100 kms more in the distance in 6 to 7 hours of drive. Upon cruising Xpulse 200 4V at 95 to 100 kmph it has given mileage of 40-45 kmpl, it has 13 liters fuel tank capacity, even if I fill it up with 12 liters I can cover > than 450 kms in one go. In classic 350, it was difficult to cover 350 kms with 12 liters. In rural hills, it's a boon to have good mileage for any rider. Xpulse 200 4V has features like side stand sensor, in which bike ignition cuts off if side stand is down. It had display for GPS, your phone can be connected with Bluetooth, although I use my phone directly as I am used to it. A fuel indicator, which I always missed in classic. Two trip measures, which will help you in your ride. And a mobile charging USB is provided as well, which is again a major need in now time. ABS provision gives you more confidence on revving this vehicle. On rough road and off road I don't have to think at all. Thi
Best Features: It comes as a overall performer.
Pros: Feels like light weighted, awesome pickup, riding comfort, 21 inch front wheel with ABS & mileage.
Cons: Headlight is low so installed after market LEDs