- The ‘Hero Connect’ app is now available for the Hero Destini 125. The service costs Rs. 4,999.
- Hero Connect is also available for the Xtreme 160R, Xpulse 200, and Pleasure Plus models.
Hero MotoCorp recently introduced the Hero Destini 125 Platinum edition, which adds a few cosmetic details to the scooter to make it look more upscale than the regular model. The Hero Connect feature has now been added to the 125cc entry-level scooter by the two-wheeler manufacturer.
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According to the brand, this is a smart mobility solution, which is available for a premium of 4999 dollars as an accessory. Even the xSens technology is available for Destini 125 like most BS6-compliant products from the Hero, which use even different sensors, like the bank angle sensor, multiple air pressure sensor, grip sensor, etc.
That means that you have to pay 77,049 (72,050 + 4,999) for the top-level Platinum version if you want to purchase a Hero Destini 125 with Hero Connect.
Hero MotoCorp debuts the ‘Hero Connect’ feature on the Hero Destini. In addition to the on-road price of the scooter/vary, customers who are interested in buying the Hero Connect application and its features have $4,999 to pay.
The Hero Connect app includes features such as topple warning, trip analysis, live vehicle tracking, tow alert, geo-fence alert, Hero locate, speed alert, and more. Along with the Destini 125, Hero Connect is also available on the Xtreme 160R, Xpulse 200, Pleasure Plus, and Pleasure Plus Platinum.
Hero only released the platinum version of the Hero Destini 125 last month. The Destini 125 Platinum has a new design and features, and it costs $7,050. (Ex-showroom). The Destini 125 Platinum Edition comes with a signature LED leadlight, premium badging, and a sheet metal body with a modern black and chrome theme for a fresh look. The engine remains the same 125 ccs, fuel-injected engine that produces 9 bhp at 7,000 rpm and 10.4 Nm at 5,500 rpm.
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The Destini 125 comes with Hero’s intuitive and patented i3S for enhanced fuel comfort and performance, along with a digital component and part analog console, with a side-stand indicator, and a service reminder. The Destini 125 is a regular feature.
The Destini 125 100 Million Edition is priced at 73,390 for the drum brake sheet metal wheel version, 67,990 for the drum brake alloy wheel variant VX, and 67,990 for the drum brake sheet metal wheel variant. All rates are in Indian rupees and are ex-showroom, Delhi “as read and reported by www.carandbike.com”.