Hero Xoom 110

Hero Xoom 110 Combat Edition | Best scooter in 2024 | upcoming scooter

Hero Xoom 110

Hero MotoCorp’s latest entry into the highly competitive 110cc scooter segment is the Xoom 110 Combat Edition from Hero MotoCorp, targeting younger buyers with its sleek yet contemporary angular design that boasts numerous cuts and creases.

Aside from offering features like tyre-pressure monitoring system, digital console and smartphone connectivity, this car also boasts features such as multi-function key slot and external fuel filler cap that contribute to its practicality quotient. However, these missing elements reduce its practicality significantly.Hero Xoom 110

Hero Xoom 110 | Price

The Hero Xoom 110 Combat Edition has been priced at Rs 80,967 ex-showroom Delhi and represents a premium of Rs 1,000 over its ZX variant counterpart.Hero Xoom 110

This version stands out from its counterpart with a unique Matt Shadow Grey paint scheme that recalls fighter jet aircraft colors, yet remains mechanically identical to regular Xoom devices.

As with the regular Xoom, this version also comes equipped with a fully digital instrument console that features SMS and call alerts as well as battery status notifications, real time mileage odometer and speedometer readouts – an industry first. Other notable features of the phone include its projector LED headlamp, H-shaped LED tail lamp and cornering lights.Hero Xoom 110

These cornering lights, part of an eye-catching front apron and dramatic handlebar cowl, use a gyroscope and accelerometer to automatically light up when direction changes occur – this feature should prove interesting on our test ride but its effectiveness is up for debate.

The overall ergonomics of the Xoom 110 are excellent and it should provide most riders with an enjoyable riding experience. The seat is large and padded for extra comfort while the floorboard is flat to offer maximum legroom. Tall riders may struggle with reaching handlebars but the 770 mm seat height should provide ample legroom.Hero Xoom 110

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Hero Xoom 110 | Specifications

Hero’s special paint variant for their Xoom 110 Combat Edition scooter boasts a matte grey hue with black accents on its apron, headlamp and fly screen as well as neon graphics on lower panels and seats. One unique feature on this version is ‘Cornering Bending Lights’ that illuminate depending on lean angle – Hero claims this makes India’s first scooter equipped with this feature! Additionally, its mechanicals resemble those found on top-spec ZX models and it comes equipped with projector LED headlamp, H-shaped tail lamp and Bluetooth connectivity capabilities.

It rides on 12-inch wheels shod with 90mm front and 100mm rear tyres. It boasts of a seat height of 770mm and boasts of 155mm ground clearance, while using telescopic fork and monoshock suspension setup with either 190mm disc (ZX) or 130mm drum brakes at the front to manage its braking needs.

Hero’s 110.9cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine powers this beauty. Producing 8bhp at 7,250rpm and 8.7Nm at 5,750rpm respectively, it connects to a CVT automatic transmission using its i3S stop-start technology, sending power directly to its wheels via CVT automatic transmission and CVT stop/start technology. According to Hero, its claimed mileage of 45 kmpl can be reached, as well as features including digital instrument console providing speed readings, fuel level readouts tripmeter readings as well as turn-by-turn navigation and smartphone connectivity capabilities.

Hero Xoom 110 | Performance

Hero’s design team took great care in crafting an exciting riding experience into their Xoom 110 scooter, embracing its sporty theme through details such as its striking front apron and dramatic handlebar cowl; its H-shaped DRLs and headlamp; pillion grab rail; H-shaped DRLs/headlamps/DRLs as well as H-shaped DRL/headlamp combination and attractive H-shaped DRLs; this vehicle boasts elegant details throughout – an H-shaped DRL/headlamp combination and its attractive design are hallmarks of its beauty; additional features rarely found within its segment include digital instrument console, multi-function key slots as well as USB charging ports – these features add up for great rideability.

The Xoom is powered by a 110cc air-cooled engine designed specifically for this scooter, according to its maker. This motor feels linear and perky even at slow speeds and easily propels you toward highway cruise speed without too much effort from you. However, its refinement may not match that of some rival models and can sometimes feel uncoilingly coarse.Hero Xoom 110

The Xoom comes equipped with Hero’s i3S auto start/stop system, which cuts off its engine when you press the brake lever to stop, restarting it when you twist the throttle or when pressing its brake lever to brake, taking slightly longer than some rival models to do so. Unfortunately, however, it lacks rear storage box and external fuel filling cap features as well as some rear storage capacity.

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Hero Xoom 110 | Safety

Hero has designed its 110cc scooter lineup to be stylish and feature-packed; their Xoom 110 Combat Edition stands out as being particularly appealing and feature-laden. Aimed squarely at young buyers, its main competitors are Honda Dio, TVS Scooty Zest 110 and others.

The Xoom 110 Combat Edition comes equipped with multiple first-of-its-kind features, such as corner bending lighting and an expanded, wider rear tyre to ride safely over both smooth and rough surfaces – ideal features for city commuters dealing with traffic-heavy roads.

Additionally, this new variant features a digital instrument console with real-time mileage and low fuel indication, plus smartphone pairing so users can access caller ID and SMS alerts. There is also a USB port in the glove box to charge mobile devices.Hero Xoom 110

The Xoom 110 Combat Edition can be purchased for Rs 80,967 in Delhi ex-showroom; that’s Rs 1,000 more than its ZX counterpart but features identical top-of-the-line equipment. What makes it different is its striking Matt Shadow Grey color scheme inspired by fighter jet markings and numbering that makes an impressionful statement about itself.

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