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Spy shots: Could this be the Hero Karizma ZMR 250?

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Here are some spy shots of a bike testing Hero MotoCorp’s Dharuhera plant which in all probabilities could be the company's new 250 cc Karizma ZMR. The source says the the profile does look similar to the Zma. What do you think?

Here are the pics:

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Source: Gaadi.com

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Skinny tyres :P

Hero moto corp, you really have to out do Honda, Duke and Kawasaki *period still waiting for TVS*. People in 200+ segment these days are looking for performance.

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Seeing the spy pics, the only thing that can describe this new member of Hero Motocop family is disproportinate styling.

Hero did the same thing with ZMR with such a muscular and bulky body hero is giving very skinny tyres that indirectly affected the entire looks of the bike. The same is seen in this bike also. <_<

Bike makers in India need to go for proper proportionate assembly so as to attract the youth.

This is like you buy a bike assembly and get the tyres changed to give it sporty feeling ! Instead if company itself start manufacturing proportionate structured bikes much rise in the sales can be expected !

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Skinny tyres definitely have a great role in making or breaking the looks of any bike. But remember, these are the tyres with the same size that are used for the Puslars too, but the tyres on Pulsars look bulky. Ever wondered why?

This totally depends on the rim styling. Take the R15 V1 for example, many people mocked it for it's skinny tyre styling, but no one ever realized that it was one of the best road-gripping and corner-friendly tyres available. For any sport-styled bike, the lesser contact of the tyres on the road means more handling capabilities of the bike, which is in turn related to rider comfortability.

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