Hero Karizma

Hero KarizmaHero Karizma needs no introduction as it is one of the most popular bikes in India. Launched in 2003, the Hero Karizma has gone to create a large following for itself with its style and touring abilities. The Hero Karizma got an update in the form of the Karizma R in 2007, while the biggest change came in the form of the Karizma ZMR in 2009. The Hero Karizma is powered by a 223cc single-cylinder engine which produces 17 BHP of power in the R version and 17.6 BHP of power in the ZMR version. The Hero Karizma returns a mileage of 37 km/l in the city. In Mumbai, the Hero Karizma is priced at Rs. 90,000/- for the Karizma R and Rs. 1.12 lakhs for the Karizma ZMR.

Hero Displays Updated Karizma R, ZMR At Auto Expo [Live]

Hero MotoCorp showcased the updated Karizma R and ZMR with cosmetic upgrades at the 2014 Auto Expo. The 2014 Karizma gets updated with Hero’s new EBR inspired design language. Underneath the Karizma is still the same motorcycle, which is evident since the tank design and the instrument cluster from the previous model have been carried […]

Hero To Showcase 250cc Bike At 2014 Auto Expo

Hero MotoCorp is betting heavily on new products to maintain market share in the highly competitive 2-wheeler market of India. The Indian 2-wheeler giant has dominated the industry since a long time now but after the exit of its JV partner Honda, the company is facing the heat when it comes to developing new offerings. […]

Updated Hero Karizma R Produces 19.2 BHP

Hero MotoCorp has uploaded the upcoming Karizma R’s TVC on its YouTube channel. The video is well executed and highlights the features of the updated motorcycle. The 2014 Hero Karizma R has been given a bump in power and now produces 19.2 BHP, a 2.2 BHP increase. The torque output has increased too, which at […]

Updated Karizma ZMR Produces 20 BHP Of Power

Hero MotoCorp will launch the updated Karizma ZMR in the Indian market by the end of the year. The company has released an advert of their flagship motorcycle which clearly mentions the horsepower figure at the start. As we guessed earlier, the new Karizma ZMR is indeed producing 20 BHP of power, which puts it […]

Updated Hero Karizma ZMR Detailed Pictures

Hero MotoCorp has officially unveiled the updated Karizma ZMR, which gets similar changes as the Karizma R. The 2014 Hero Karizma ZMR gets heavy changes in the styling department although not really in a good way. Like it’s sibling, the Karizma R, the ZMR too takes heavy influence from other bikes across categories. The front […]

2014 Hero Karizma R Detailed Pictures

Hero MotoCorp today unveiled the new Karizma R at an event where it showcased 15 updated products. The Karizma retains Honda’s 223cc engine which is set to be more powerful with EBR tweaking the powerplant to offer more output. We expect 19-20 BHP of power which isn’t revolutionary considering the Pulsar 200 NS offers more […]

Hero Karizma R Loses Its Charm With Facelift

Some designs stand the test of time, like the original Karizma (pictured below) which looks hot even today in spite of it being 10 years old. Sadly Hero has decided to update it with a facelift, due for launch next month. The 2014 Hero Karizma R gets inspiration from its elder sibling which isn’t a […]

Is This The Updated Karizma ZMR? Yep! [Video Update]

You read it first on MotorBeam. The cat is out of the bag, or so it seems. We all know Hero MotoCorp will launch updated versions of the Karizma and ZMR later this year. The company confirmed the Karizma’s engine will get more power, courtesy of its partner, Erik Buell Racing. Although there is no […]

Hero Confirms New Karizma Uses More Powerful Engine

Hero MotoCorp will launch 15 new products in the next 6 months, majority of them coming this year. The automaker is sure to lure Indians at the 2014 Auto Expo in February. However for motorcycle enthusiasts, there is some good news. The company has confirmed the upcoming new Karizma will feature a more powerful engine. […]

On Test Hero Bike Is Updated Karizma R

Just recently Hero MotoCorp started testing a sporty looking motorcycle, which was mistaken to be a ZMR upgrade. Close observation of the bike clearly reveals there is no full fairing. Instead, the on-test Hero machine uses a quarter fairing. If Hero wants to update the ZMR, the company will definitely throw the twin-shocks out and […]