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Hero MotoCorp. ceases the production of current gen Karizma models

Hero MotoCorp. ceases the production of current gen Karizma models

Snapshot: According to the reports, Hero Motorcorp will be showcasing an all new Karizma model next year.

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Looks like the production of Hero Motocorp.’s flagship models, the Karizma and the Karizma ZMR has been stopped by the firm. The current generation Karizma motorcycles proved to be a dud and the lack of demand in the market resulted in Hero dealerships still left with previous year models. In order to clear the remaining stock, Hero dealers are offering major discounts on the Karizma and the Karizma ZMR models ranging from INR 4000 to INR 6000. While the Hero dealers who are cleared with the stocks are no more accepting bookings on these models.

The earlier models were quite popular and highly successful in the segment. But talking about the present generation Karizma, these models failed drastically to gain attention of the Indian buyers despite having more features and higher power output. According to the reports, Hero Motorcorp will be showcasing an all new Karizma model next year. We expect the new Karizma can take forward the real charm once these models were known to have. Share your views with us in the comment section below. Stay tuned to Bikeportal for more updates on the same.

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