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Hero Honda unveils all new CBZ X-treme

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Hero Honda unveils all new CBZ X-treme

Hero Honda has strengthened its presence in the premium segment further by launching the all-new ‘CBZ X-treme’. Priced at Rs 54,500 for the disc kick version and Rs 56,500 for the disc self version, the CBZ X-treme is expected to give tough competition to Bajaj’s Pulsar.

Speaking at the launch, Pawan Munjal, Managing Director and CEO, Hero Honda Motors, said, “The launch of CBZ X-treme is going to revolutionise the biking experience of GenNext bike enthusiasts in the country.”

“We have plans to launch eight bikes in the next few months. Our vision is to enhance the product technology and design. We had discontinued the CBZ in the early part of this year. But we didn’t want a big gap between the discontinuation and the new launch, so here we are with the CBZ X-treme,” Munjal further said.

The CBZ X-treme has been jointly developed by the R&D teams of Honda Japan and Hero Honda India. This bike has a 150 cc engine and carries forward the lineage of Hero Honda CBZ. The CBZ X-treme will be available in five colours – red, candy, blazing red, black and silver.


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