Hero Xtreme

Complete details of Xtreme Motorcycle

Launched in India in 2008.

Hero Xtreme is the successor of Hero Honda CBZ Xtreme which was launched in 2007. The CBZ Xtreme featured a tuned up engine that used in Honda Unicorn. The bike was gone for refreshment in 2008 and reappeared with new aggressive body skin. In 2011, the bike was face-lifted and was completely altered with new body parts, graphics, LED tail lamp, ergonomics, and new alloy wheels. A rear disc brake was added. To stand up with the latest generation motorcycle, the meter console got upgraded with a digital system. When Hero and Honda parted away, Hero renamed the bike to Hero Xtreme. Since the brand code 'CBZ' was borrowed from Honda CB Series, Hero had no other choice than chopping off the name.

The Hero Xtreme is mated with a 149.2 Air cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder OHC engine. It generates peak power of 14.4 Ps @ 8500 rpm and gorgeous torque of 12.80 N m @ 6500 rpm. It is wedded with a 5 speed gear box.

2013 Xtreme:
The all new facelifted Xtreme looks more impressive than ever before. With new headlight, graphics and style, the Xtreme gets equipped with everything needed for a 150cc commuter bike.

Check the latest and other Hero Xtreme variants
Hero Xtreme 160R
Hero Xtreme 200S
Hero Xtreme 200R
Hero Xtreme Sports

Rate Hero Xtreme:
3.7/5 (67 votes)
Hero Xtreme Price Rs. 68,573 [Ex-showroom, Bangalore]

The given price can change depending on the colour and other features like alloy wheels, disc brakes, accessories etc.

State, City Ex Showroom Price On Road Price
Karnataka, Bangalore Rs. 68,573 Rs. 80,712
Tamil Nadu, Chennai Rs. 68,573 Rs. 76,675
West Bengal, Kolkata Rs. 67,507 Rs. 76,939
Delhi, New Delhi Rs. 67,275 Rs. 74,931
Maharashtra, Pune Rs. 67,324 Rs. 74,909
Offers for Hero Xtreme

Book a Test Drive through Bikes4Sale and we will try to get you the best discount for Hero Xtreme.

For Exciting Offers, Book a Test Drive
By submitting, you agree to our Terms & Conditions.
Advanced analog digital combo meter console.
Diamond lustre headlight.
Anti drag fuel tank.
Trendy design 5 spoke cast wheels & front and rear disc brakes.
Prism sheel LED tail lamp.
Key shutter provides secured ignition.

2013 Xtreme Facelift:
Attractive meter console
3 tone body graphics
Aerodynamic front copl
Stylish Split grab rails
Luxurious seat texture
Matt black exhaust silencer
All weather power start

Sports Red, Panther Black Metallic, Flaming Orange, Digital Silver and Max Brown Metallic.

Highway Mileage53 km per litre
City Mileage50 km per litre
Overall Mileage52 km per litre
Technical Specifications
Vehicle TypeMotorcycle
Engine Displacement149.20 cc
Engine DetailsAir cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder OHC
Engine StartingSelf start
Bore x Stroke57mm x 57.8mm
ClutchWet Multiplate
Fuel SystemCarburettor
Ignition(AMI) Advanced Microprocessor Ignition System
Cooling SystemAir Cooled
Maximum Power10.6 KW (14.4 Ps) @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque12.80 N m @ 6500 rpm
Transmission5 Speed constant mesh
Gear Shift Pattern1-down 4-up
Top Speed120 kmph
Head LampHalogen Type
Tail LampLED Tail Lamp
Front BrakeDisc Dia 240 mm
Rear BrakeDrum internal expanding shoe type (130 mm)
Chassis and Suspension
FrameDiamond Type
Front SuspensionTelescopic hydraulic type
Rear SuspensionRectangular swing arm with 5 step adjustable gas reservoir suspension
Front Tyre80 / 100 x 18 - 47 P
Rear Tyre100 / 90 x 18 - 56 P
Length2080 mm
Width765 mm
Height1145 mm
Wheelbase1325 mm
Weight148 kg
Ground Clearance145 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity12.1 litres

First Impression Review

The model CBZ of Hero Honda was regarded as one of the best and most desired commuter of the 90s. Unlike other motorcycles of that time, it has a unique headlamp design with an integrated black windshield, which gives a premium sports looks to the machine. Not only that, it was the first Indian bike to use a wider rear tyre. All these things had made this one of the top rated bikes of Hero. After the partition of Hero and Honda, Hero MotoCorp introduced this model as CBZ Xtreme. Later, the motorcycle started bearing a new name badge as Xtreme alone. Now it is available as Xtreme and Xtreme Sports models.

Hero Xtreme Pic 3

Hero Xtreme Pic 2

The Engine
The bike is powered by the famous 149.2cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke engine with OHC system. No technical changes has made to this engine from the CBZ Xtreme version. Engine is mated to a 5-speed constant mesh gearbox. The mill churns out a maximum power of 15.6 bhp @ 8500 rpm and a peak torque of 13.50 Nm @ 7000 rpm. Advanced Microprocessor Ignition System is used in this bike for smooth and efficient operation. The clutch operation and gear shifting of the bike has been smooth and effortless like the older CBZ. But it does lack the engine refinement and bit dull in the pulling.

Design and Features
Starting from the front, the new trapezoidal headlamp has taken a new shape with wider beam angles. More neat and fresh looking visors has taken place in the headlamp casing. Between the visor and headlight a new visor highbrow position lights are placed. Unlike the round and free flowing surfaces of other Hero motorcycles, this one has got many sharp edges and sliced surfaces. This alone could lift the design aspects of this bike to a new extend.

Hero Xtreme Pic 4

The motorcycle is also filled with some advanced features. The instrument console is made in a special shape with a combination of digital and analog display. The whole unit is surrounded by a thick silver outline which gives a premium feels to the bike. This display unit shows side stand indicator, service due indicator, tripmeter, time and fuel level indicator as well. The blue backlit LCD screen even adds the desirability factor of this bike. The analog part features tachometer. Intelligent key, alloy foldable footrest and underseat mobile charging socket are other main attractions of this bike. While all other alternatives are based on 17-inch wheels, hero uses 18-inch wheels at both the ends.

Hero Xtreme Pic 5

Suspension, Braking and Chassis
Suspension system of this bike consists of telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and rectangular swingarm with 5 step adjustable gas reservoir suspension system at the rear. This same system is featured in the Xtreme Sports version. Stopping force of the bike depends on 240mm disc brake at the front and conventional 130mm internally expanding shoe brake at the rear. A 220mm rear disc brake is also available as an optional feature. Like all other Hero models, Xtreme too is built around tubular diamond type frame. This is said to be one of the most popular and reliable chassis that Hero has ever built. Meanwhile, this new Extreme is 2kg heavier than its previous variant without any notable changes to the bike's riding and handling conditions. It is smooth and at the same time rigid in change in conditions.

Hero Xtreme Pic 6

Hero Honda CBZ was one solid bike with pure riding experience. The new Xtreme does not fails to give that feelings atleast to some extend. Bike lacks some minor refinements in the braking and suspension area. But the engine and chassis remains to be the top and best-in class. The fuel economy of the Xtreme is said to be way ahead than the alternatives. Service and maintenance cost of the bike remains to satisfy the customers like all other Hero bikes are doing it for decades. From the previous version it has improved a lot in the feature section but it again sticks to the same odd looking design principles. All other alternatives of the Hero Xtreme looks better in terms of core design and styling.

Hero Xtreme Pic 7
User Reviews of Xtreme. Write Your Review
I love bike Xtreme
Mast bike
Looking is excellent
Goo drive
And powerful bike
Mind free
By on 07-04-2021
I have 2007 cbz xtreme and I have compeated with all next generation xtreme they all get beaten by 2007 cbz xtreme .After 10 good year it gives me 58 kmpl in highway and 50 kmpl in city I am using motul full synthetic15-50 engine oil for 5 years . Believe me use motul full synthetic engine oil it give your xtreme full performance
By on 11-08-2017
In Hero Xtreme(split seat model) the Side Look, Back look, feautures and mileage every thing is O.K. My remark is that the front portion(Front Look) some thing is bad, why because the scoop is fitted upperly (Tall place)some thing which affects its look. Hero motorcorp should review its front look and more luxary. What is my sugession is it may look and can follow the front position of Honda Unicorn (not in the same nature)may be some modifications in the front look.but the next version is very bad its look.totally bad. and thank you for giving me this opportunity.
By on 17-12-2015
I bought 2014 xtreme no problem with xtreme only modifification is head lamps .I also used old cbz 2011 . There is not differences new xtreme I got 51 km/ltr
By on 26-11-2015
Bike is very cool but after one or two years its get havey maintanencr. And its assembling is very poor and mismatch. It could be better.
By on 10-04-2015
I luv ths bike bcz. the model of ths bike is pretty cool n the the way of its sound. Is. awesome. !!!! Good going hero
By on 19-12-2014
If you are looking for a fast bike, this is not for you.
If you want to have a good 150 CC bike with good mileage, safety and above all comfort, you won't find any other bike that beats this bike in its class. a perfect cruiser for the highway, but as I said, not for racing but for comfort and value for money as per mileage.

The choice is yours.
By on 13-11-2014
My hero xtream are maximum availble millege in 54 km per liter. I love my hero xtream.
By on 13-09-2014
I love thish bike so comfartable & engine sound so sweet
By on 20-07-2014
I am thinking to buy this bike any one brother or any one suggestioner give me suggestion tn buy this or what should i do tell me please thanks in advance. battamir21@gmail.com
By on 16-08-2013
The one which damaged the Hero Honda CBZ brand. Good that they re-branded it to just Xtreme from CBZ Xtreme. Hero Honda CBZ is dead and no more.
By on 09-08-2013
Tell us why you love or hate Xtreme
Name :

Review :