Hero Xoom Combat Edition: Features, Price, and More

Unique Features of Hero Xoom Combat Edition

Hero MotoCorp has introduced the Combat Edition variant of its popular scooter, Xoom, in India. This new variant, based on the top model, features a design inspired by fighter jets, setting it apart with its sporty elements compared to the standard model.

The Hero Xoom Combat Edition comes in a distinctive matte shadow gray color scheme, featuring a base gray coat complemented by yellow and black accents, along with yellow and white graphics.

While the Combat Edition stands out with its unique design, other variants of the scooter offer a choice of 5 different color options: Matte Abras Orange, Black, Sports Red, Polestar Blue, and Pearl Silver White. Positioned to rival Honda Dio and Activa, this scooter promises to offer a blend of style and performance in the market.

Unique Features of Hero Xoom Scooter

Hero has introduced its first scooter in the 110cc segment with a unique cornering light function, priced at Rs 80,967 (ex-showroom). Positioned as a standout feature, Hero claims that the Xoom is the pioneer in offering this function in the 110cc scooter segment. Additionally, the top variant ZX will be equipped with LED projector headlamps for enhanced visibility.

This scooter comes with a gyroscopic/accelerometer sensor, responsible for activating the cornering lamp when the scooter leans or turns. Notably, the cornering lamps remain inactive when the scooter is stationary or when the handlebars are straight. This innovative function adds an extra layer of safety and convenience while riding the scooter.

Unique Features of Hero Xoom Combat Edition


The Hero Xoom Combat Edition retains its powertrain, featuring a 110.9cc single-cylinder air-cooled Fi engine. This engine delivers 8.05 bhp of power at 7,250 rpm and 8.70 Nm of torque at 5,750 rpm. Coupled with a CVT transmission, the scooter boasts a 5.2-liter fuel tank capacity.


In terms of design, the Zoom Combat Edition stands out with yellow and white graphics adorning the apron, front side panel, and other components. It comes equipped with LED headlamps, X-shaped LED daytime running lights (DRLs) on the apron, and an X-shaped LED tail lamp at the rear.

The scooter inherits features from the ZX variant, including a full digital LED instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity for call and SMS alerts, XTEC technology, a rear grip USB charger for the passenger, a front glove box with LED lamps, and spacious under-seat storage.

Safety features include an Integrated Braking System (IBS) and a disc brake at the front, while it rides on 12-inch alloy wheels. Additional features such as a headlight-mounted apron, projector-LED headlamps, H-shaped LED DRLs, a flat footboard, a single-piece seat, and black-out mirrors enhance the scooter’s appeal.

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