Hero Karizma R And Karizma ZMR Finally

Hero Motocorp has finally launched the 2014 edition Karizma R and ZMR in India. Both these motorcycles will be powered by the same 223cc, four-stroke, single-cylinder engines that currently powers the Karizma.

The styling has been thoroughly updated with minor tweaks for improved performance. Both motorcycles get redesigned split- seats, twin headlights, a bulb winker, reworked body panels, semi-digital instruments, clip-on handlebars, service indicator, a new exhaust end-canister and wider tyres.

The Karizma R will make 19.2 bhp of power and the ZMR will make 20 bhp. Peak torque has also increased by 1.4Nm for both the variants. The bikes will be available in five colour options – black, red, white, grey and yellow. The Karizma R is priced at INR 83,158 and the Karizma ZMR is priced at INR 1,04,986

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