Hero MotoCorp introduced a 150cc motorcycle called Impulse to serve the needs of the biking enthusiasts in India. Since the bike didn’t get the response Hero hoped for, so it has now been discontinued. Those who wish to ride it can pick up the bike on rent in Bangalore.
Built on an adventure bike platform, Impulse has been equipped with a high-mounted front fender and a sporty headlamp that gives it a rough look. Hero MotoCorp became the makers of India’s first 150 cc adventure and is available at bike rentals for those who are wishing to hire a bike.
Impulse has a sharply designed fuel tank, flat handlebar and comes with a thick-cushioned split seat that offers a high-end comfort to the rider as well as the pillion. It features a sporty headlight, clear lens blinkers and adventure-styled front fender giving it a muscular body structure. At the rear end, the adventure sport bike features an LED tail lamp along with twin clear lens turn blinkers and long rear grab rail for the pillion. The exhaust system finds its place just below the saddle. With a wheelbase of 1360 mm, it has indispensable posture on the street. Hero Impulse comes in five different shades namely Tar Black, Terra Rossa, Grassland Green, Deep Sea Blue, Canyon Orange.
The bike is powered by a 149.2cc, air-cooled, four-stroke, DOHC engine with a five-speed constant mesh gearbox and uses wet multi-plate clutch assembly for uninterrupted power transmission. The engine can develop a maximum power of 13 bhp at 7500 rpm along with a peak torque of 13.4 Nm at 5000 rpm. It employs D.C - CDI with TCIS as its ignition system. The bike can hit a maximum speed of 115 kmph and can reach the speed of 60 kmph from zero in just 5 seconds. The fuel tank has a fuel capacity of 11.1 liters and delivers a mileage of 67-70 kmpl. The machine has also been provided with an electric start button.
Hero MotoCorp Impulse has been mounted on 90/90 x 19-52P front and 110/90 x 17-60P rear sticky MRF Zapper tyres the provide a a good grip on both, tarmac as well as bumpy surfaces. With a 240mm disc brake at the front and 110mm drum brake at the rear, the braking system is pretty efficient. The bike is equipped with a suspension system that includes hydraulic telescopic forks up front and swing-arm assisted gas-filled Nitrox mono shock absorber at the rear end.It has a minimum ground clearance of 245 mm that ensures a good and smooth stability around the corners.
A powerful 12V-35/35W halogen headlamp at the front ensures good visibility at night, the MRF Zapper tyres at the front as well as the rear end ensure good road-grip. Those of you who are looking for two wheelers on rent can find the bike easily available.