Africa-Bound Hero Dawn 125 Premiered at EICMA 2016

After observing the advent of multifarious two wheelers from the high-profile or iconic auto majors of the world. Now, it’s Hero MotoCorp’s turn, India’s largest two-wheeler selling firm, which has unveiled an all new ‘Dawn 125’ in the commuter segment. Specially designed and developed only for the African markets, the Dawn 125 was flaunting at the podium along with the firm’s updated and next year products at the ongoing 2016 EICMA event in Milan, Italy.

As per the company saying, the motorcycle is an ideal tourer to cater the commercial sector of the African provinces. With its utility-focused features like strength and durability, the commuter is claimed to offer efficient mileage figures.

Featuring a big round headlamp, metallic front fender, black alloy wheels, long and wide seat, large footrest, thick rear carrier and a slender silencer, the Dawn 125 is packed with an air-cooled, four-stroke, OHC single-cylinder powertrain. That is rated to generate 6.72 kW(9 BHP) at 7,000 rpm and to deliver 10.35Nm at 4,000 rpm.

Interestingly, this newbie Dawn 125 is not the single motorcycle to be supplied for the African continent. Other than this, another native giant- Bajaj Auto also exports its Boxer 150, packed with all required utilities for the commercial purpose. The African countries like Kenya, Uganda, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Mozambique will be benefited by the availability of the Dawn 125 among others, at the registered Hero MotoCorp dealerships.

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