Hero Destini 125 Features & Engine Details Revealed

Hero Destini 125 Price

Hero Destini 125 sources its power from a 124.6cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine with i3S idle start/stop technology.

With an aim to further expand it scooter portfolio, Hero Motocorp will launch the Maestro 125 and the Destini 125 in September, 2018. While the former targets the younger buyers with slightly sportier looks, the latter is targeted the families. Prior to the official launch of the Hero Destini 125, the specifications and feature details of the scooter have been surfaced on the web.

According to the leaked brochure scan, the Hero Destini 125 makes use of a 124.6cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled engine with i3S idle start/stop technology. This powertrain is good enough for 8.7bhp at 6750rpm and 10.2Nm of torque at 5000rpm. It gets a CVT gearbox and dry centrifugal clutch. The same motor will also power the Hero Maestro 125. Both the scooters have been designed and developed at Hero Motocorp’s Center for Innovation and Technology. Read – Ducati & Hero Might Partner To Develop A 300cc Bike

Hero Destini 125 Spy Pictures

Suspension mechanism of the Hero Destini 125 includes telescopic fork and single coil spring hydraulic tyre unit at the front and rear axles respectively. The new Hero 125cc scooter runs on 90/100-10 front and 90/100-10 rear tyres. It derives stopping power from the 130mm front and 130mm rear drum brakes with CBS (Combi-braking system). Read – Hero Xtreme 200R Price & Details

Talking about the dimensions, the Hero Destini 125 measures 1890mm in length, 729mm in width and 1154mm in height with a wheelbase of 1245mm. It has ground clearance of 155mm, and offers a fuel tank capacity of 5.5-litrs. The scooter weighs 111.5kg and is capable to carry a maximum payload of 150kg. Read: Hero HX250R Launch Plan Dropped, Here’s Why

The Hero Destini 125 will come in a choice of four paint schemes – Noble Red, Pearl Silver White, Panther Black and Chestnut Bronze. Some of its styling highlights include revised front apron with larger turn lights, wheels with black finish, a massive engine cover with bigger LED taillamp cluster, a new silencer canister, boot light and new grab rail. It also gets an analog-digital instrument console and mobile charging port.

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