Hero Xtreme Sports vs Yamaha MT-15

Compare Specifications of Xtreme Sports and MT-15

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Hero Xtreme Sports
Hero Xtreme Sports

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Yamaha MT-15
Yamaha MT-15

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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 149.20 cc 155.00 cc
Engine Type Two valve Liquid cooled, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valve
Engine Starting Electric and Kick Start Electric
Ignition -- TCI (transistor controlled ignition)
Cooling System -- Liquid cooled
Maximum Power 15.2 bhp @ 8500 rpm 19.3 PS @10000 RPM
Maximum Torque 12.8 Nm @ 6500 rpm 14.7 N-m @ 8500 RPM
Transmission 5 speed gearbox Constant Mesh, 6-speed
Gear Shift Pattern -- 1-N-1-2-3-4-5-6
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Battery Maintenance free ETZ-5
Frame -- Deltabox
Ground Clearance 160 mm 155 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity -- 10 litres
Mileage
Overall Mileage 50 kmpl --
Tyres
Front 80/100/18 100/80-17M/C 52P
Rear 110/90/18 tubeless 140/70-17M/C 66H
Wheelbase -- 1335 mm
Brakes
Front 240mm disc 282 mm Hydraulic single disc
Rear 130mm drum. Optional 220mm disc 220 mm Hydraulic single disc
Suspension
Front Telescopic Telescopic forks
Rear Five level adjustable twin-shock absorbers Swingarm, (Link suspension)
Colors Available
Colors Red, Black Metallic Black,Dark Matt Blue


Physical Specs
Width 780 mm 800 mm
Height 1,080 mm 1,070 mm
Length 2,100 mm 2,020 mm
Weight 148 kg 138 kg

Overview
About Xtreme Sports is the upgraded version of Hero Xtreme, which was launched back in 2008. The new Read More --
Special Features Street Fighter looks and graphics.
Sharp head lamps with LED position lights
Wider back tyres.
Dual tone rear view mirrors.
Side stand indicator.
- Single Channel ABS
- Bi Functional LED Headlights
- Negative LCD Displaywith Gear Shift Indication
- Assist & Slipper Clutch
- Variable Valve Actuation (VVA)
- Raised LED Tail Light



Pros and Cons
Pros -Better in looks than older model
-Instrument console
-Split Seats
-Optional Rear Disc Brake
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Cons -Riding posture
-Not suitable for long distance commuting
-No rear monoshock suspension
-Engine lacks grunt
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