The OBD-II is a self-diagnostics system that helps in detecting any errors or malfunctions in the vehicle, and brings it to the user’s attention, via a malfunction indicator light.
“The introduction of the E20 and OBD-II compliant XPulse 200 4V is a strong reiteration of our focus on the premium segment, in a sustainable manner,” Hero MotoCorp Chief Growth Officer Ranjivjit Singh said in a statement to PTI.
New features of this bike include a redesigned LED headlight, 60 mm taller windscreen, larger hand guards that feature a contrasting black element. Engine upgrade included the 200cc oil-cooled engine which is now OBD-2 and E20-compatible. Bike now sports three ride modes (Road, Off-road and Rally) for its single-channel ABS which vary the manner in which the system intervenes.