Hero MotoCorp has launched today Destini 125 Scooter in India. The Destini 125 will be available from tomorrow across Hero dealerships in the Delhi-NCR region, at Rs. 54,650/- (Ex-Showroom) for the Lx variant and Rs. 57,500/- (Ex-Showroom) for the Vx variant. The retail sales of the Destini 125 in other markets across the country will commence over the next few weeks. This scooter will be available in four metallic colors – Noble Red on VX varaint, Chestnut Bronze, Panther Black and Pearl Silver White.
The Destini 125 is powered by 125cc Energy Boost Engine, producing power output of 8.7 bhp @6750 rpm and maximum torque of 10.2 Nm @5000 rpm. The powertrain offers 17% higher torque and 9% higher power than the existing 110cc scooter. This scooter is equipped with Hero’s i3S (Idle-stop-start system) for enhanced efficiency. For hassle-free ride, this scooter comes with digital-analog speedometer, side stand indicator and service due reminder.
This scooter has external fuel fiiling systema behind the seat at the back, remote key opening, mobile charging port and Boot light on Vx variant. For safety and road comfort, this scooter has telescopic suspension and an integrated braking system.
This scooter has appealing look having metal body with a bold premium Chrome Chest on Vx variant, signature tail lamp & winkers, side chrome garnishes on Vx variant., stylish cast wheels on Vx variant, new body color mirrors, and a dual tone seat cover on Vx variant.
Dr. Markus Braunsperger, Chief Technology Officer, Hero MotoCorp Ltd., said, “We are introducing the new Destini 125 scooter, within just a few weeks of launching a new premium motorcycle – Xtreme 200R. This clearly demonstrates our robust in-house competency in designing and developing products in the premium segment. The Destini 125 is the only scooter in India today to offer the revolutionary i3S technology, in addition to providing a perfect balance of power and style. We have a strong pipeline of new products in both scooter and premium motorcycle segments, which we will launch in the coming months.”