Splendor ismart 110 features hero’s pioneering i3s technology

Splendor ismart 110 features hero’s pioneering i3s technology
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“With the launch of the all-new Splendor iSmart 110 today, we have achieved yet another significant milestone in our solo journey. This comes close on the heels of the successful launch of our first range of indigenously developed scooters last year.

‘Torque on demand’ engine
• Only bs iv compliant engine in the category
• Offers best-in-class fuel efficiency, power, acceleration

New chassis with optimized rigidity and strength
• More comfort on rough terrains
• Better agility in traffic

Automatic headlamp on (aho)
• Giving the bike a unique character
• Adds to safety and convinience

Distinct features
• Longer seat for additional space and comfort
• New muffler giving the bike a charateristic ‘exhaust note’

“With the launch of the all-new Splendor iSmart 110 today, we have achieved yet another significant milestone in our solo journey. This comes close on the heels of the successful launch of our first range of indigenously developed scooters last year. I can proudly state that Hero MotoCorp possesses a self-sufficient in-house capability to develop new products for our global customers – from Product Planning, R&D and Manufacturing to Sales and Marketing – indeed, the entire value chain!

As the market leader in India and as a global organization, we constantly strive to lead the industry towards cost efficient and green technologies for a sustainable future. The new iSmart 110 is another example of our efforts, featuring a BS IV compliant engine along with the intuitive, fuel-efficient i3S technology. Coupled with our green manufacturing facilities, such products will enable us to achieve our sustainability goals.

With our ever-increasing global footprint, we are engaged in developing products that will bring to life engineering excellence that is made-in-India, for India and the world.”

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