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The Ignitor was released in 2012, just after the company changed its name to Hero MotoCorp. The Ignitor and its twin, the CBF Stunner, are both in the competitive 125cc segment. However, the styling of the Ignitor is better than that of the CBF Stunner, thanks to a number of updates to its looks. The Ignitor looks different from the Stunner because its body panels have been redesigned, the front cowl has new graphics, and the rear-view mirror is the same colour as the car. The bike also has a mix of digital and analogue instruments. Even though it looks cool, the Ignitor is a true commuter bike. The Ignitor is easy and fun to ride in stop-and-go city traffic because it is light and has an upright seating position. The Ignitor has the same air-cooled, four-stroke, SOHC, 124.7-cc engine that makes 11bhp and 11Nm of torque. The engine is hooked up to a gearbox with five speeds and a constant mesh. Hero lets you add disc brakes to the front wheels of the Ignitor, but drum brakes come standard on the back wheels. There are five colour options for the Ignitor: pearl white, vibrant blue, sports red, panther black metallic, and flaming orange. The Ignitor competes with other 125cc commuter bikes like the Honda CBF Stunner, Bajaj Pulsar 135LS, Suzuki Slingshot Plus, and Yamaha SS 125. The disc version costs Rs 60,200 and the drum version costs Rs 58,200.
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Hero Ignitor Price
The Ignitor comes in pearl white, vibrant blue, sports red, panther black metallic, and flaming orange. The Honda CBF Stunner, the Bajaj Pulsar 135LS, the Suzuki Slingshot Plus, and the Yamaha SS 125 are all 125cc commuter bikes that compete with the Ignitor. The price of the disc version is Rs 60,200, while the price of the drum version is Rs 58,200.
Hero Ignitor Features
The new Ignitor includes an Integrated Braking System (IBS) for increased safety, and it offers a blend of fashionable new features together with the trusted performance and riding dynamics of the previous model. The 3D Branding Emblem, updated stripes, split rear grip, hugger fender, and rim tapes all contribute to the car's high level of flair and stunning appeal. The Ignitor is powered by a BS-IV-compliant 125cc engine that generates a power output of 11.1 BHP at 7500 RPM
The bike also has a mix of digital and analogue instruments. Even though it looks cool, the Ignitor is a true commuter bike. The Ignitor is easy and fun to ride in stop-and-go city traffic because it is light and has an upright seating position. The Ignitor has the same air-cooled, four-stroke, SOHC, 124.7-cc engine that makes 11bhp and 11Nm of torque. The engine is hooked up to a gearbox with five speeds and a constant mesh. Hero lets you add disc brakes to the front wheels of the Ignitor, but drum brakes come standard on the back wheels.
The Hero Ignitor is a 125-cc motorcycle that has a mileage of 45 kilometres per gallon in cities with heavy traffic and 60 kilometres per gallon on highways. It generates 10.9 brake horse power at 8000 rpm and 11 newton-meters of torque at 5000 rpm. Both in terms of appearance and fuel efficiency, it's a solid choice.
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Hero is known in India for making bikes that work well and last a long time. Hero MotoCorp Ignitor is the name of the company's new 125cc bike. The CBF Stunner bike was used as a model for this one. It looks sporty, which has helped it sell to a lot of people. The bike is powered by a 124.7cc, air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, overhead camshaft (OHC) engine that makes 10.9bhp and 11Nm of torque. It has a 5-speed gearbox and an ATFT (Advanced Tumble Flow Induction Technology) engine. The bike's gas tank is well made, holds 9 litres of gas, and gets a good gas mileage. The bike has a Tubular, Diamond Type frame that is bolted to 80/100 x 17-M/C 46 P front and 100/90 x 17-M/C 55 P rear tubeless tyres on five-spoke alloy wheels. With a 240mm disc brake up front and a 130mm drum brake in the back, the brakes are more responsive. It also has a suspension system with Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absorbers in the front and Swing Arm with Adjustable Hydraulic Shock Absorbers in the back. The company that makes it sells it in five different colours and with beautiful graphics on the semi-fairing, engine cowl, and side panels.
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Engine and Transmission
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Hero Ignitor Competitors
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Hero Passion Pro
97.2 to 113 cc
107.1 to 118 kg
116 to 118 kg
Bajaj CT 125X
What is the city Mileage of Hero Ignitor?
The city Mileage of Hero Ignitor is 50 Kmpl
What is the engine displacement of Hero Ignitor?
The engine displacement of Hero Ignitor is 124.7 cc
What is the Power of Hero Ignitor?
The power produced by Hero Ignitor is 10.9 bhp @ 8000 rpm
What is the Tyre Type of Hero Ignitor?
Hero Ignitor has Tubeless tyres.
What is the fuel tank capacity of Hero Ignitor?
The fuel tank capacity of Ignitor is 9 Ltrs.
Hero Ignitor Customer reviews
Very very soft bike.
Very very soft bike. And how different this bike feels. The way it looks is very nice. The bike feels good to ride 8/10. Lovely bike forever. 150 kmtrs. Normal and cool riding. Simple service. And sometimes the silencer got too hot. Tyer is a good company to work for. Good mileage bike. Lightweight. Show more lights and signals.Sani
It is my first bike.
It is my first bike. I love to ride it so much. It works extremely well. In style its looks like a sports bike. Great mileage. Speed is awesome. It's very cheap to keep up. In 2015, I bought it. Since then, no one has been upset.Karan