H Power Zaara DD80
H Power Zaara DD80 is an 80cc commuter bike from H Power in Bangladesh. This bike features naked styling and is very good-looking. This bike features a decent 80cc engine. With a very simple design that better fits as a regular commuter motorcycle.
The company H Power is a company that is newly engaged in motorcycle businesses that imports various models of motorcycles some are also rebadged as H Power. Hence H Power Zaara DD80 is a rebadged motorcycle in Bangladesh that has become very popular within a short time.
H Power currently imports and distributes several models of motorcycles in the market of Bangladesh. Among all the bikes, a few models are getting huge popularity within a short time. Whatever, in the Bangladesh motorcycle market, H Power entered into the mainstream motorcycle business just for a few years. They are mainly involved in importing and distributing E-bike and Electric Auto-rickshaws in Bangladesh. Hence the company already is quite known in the automobile market of Bangladesh.
H Power has been engaged in various types of businesses since 1995. Since its inception, H Power now has been trying to manufacture motorcycles with the newest technologies and highest efficiency. H Power mostly works in the assembly of motorcycles, which they import as CKD units and then assemble here in Bangladesh. The H Power Max Z is also a Chinese motorcycle that is imported by H Power.
H Power Motor generally sources its motorcycles and scooters from various vendors and companies from China. Hence, they rebrand their sourced models under their brand name H Power. Further few models of motorcycles were kept with original brand names. Hence all of their marketed models are commonly known as H Power motorcycles.
The H Power Zaara DD80 is an 80cc commuter bike. The beauty of motorcycling/biking is that even if you don’t have a budget of 2 lac or 1 lac, you can still find a decent bike under 1 lac. Similarly, the H Power Zaara DD80 is one of those motorcycles. And the bigger fact about this motorcycle is that it is mass-produced in Bangladesh.
The H Power Zaara DD80 is an 87cc commuter bike. Roadmaster made this bike, keeping the average income of a regular Bangladeshi in mind. Roadmaster received a good response from the biking community with this bike, as it enables more people to buy bikes.
The H Power Zaara DD80 is a very fuel-efficient motorcycle. This kind of motorcycle is actually made to be very fuel-efficient. This kind of bike is expected to have at least 60kmpl of fuel consumption. This is a very large amount of fuel consumption for a commuter bike.
The H Power Zaara DD80 has a fairly low seat height of 780mm, which allows riders even of 5’2″ to ride the bike fairly easily. The bike is also slim and lightweight, which ensures that the bike is easily maneuverable. The bike also has an upright pipe handlebar, which means the rider will not have any shoulder pain either.
The H Power Zaara DD80 has a height, width, and length of 1190 mm, 770 mm, 1970 mm. The bike is fairly slim, which will make it easy to commute on, as the bike can squeeze through most of the city traffic. It also has a 12liter fuel storage tank, which is great for the bike, as you might also forget to fill the tank, as it will take a significant number of kilometers to empty your tank.
Engine and Transmission
The H Power Zaara DD80 comes with a 4-stroke, single-cylinder, and 87cc. The bike also has quite a fascinating power figure of 4.5kW of power at 7500rpm and torque of 7.5Nm at 5500rpm. The engine is also quite efficient, at a mileage of 60 kmpl. The bike is carburetor and air-cooled. The bike has both electric and kick-starting options.
The bike comes with a 4-speed gearbox. This does ensure that you don’t have to shift down for taking turns, just the engine brake is enough to help you take turns. The top speed of this bike is expected to be around 80kmph.
Brakes, Suspension, and Wheels
The H Power Zaara DD80 has drum brakes for both the front and the rear. This does seem a bit boring or backdated, but an 87cc bike is fine with drum brakes. Also considering most riders will be very new riders, they will not get overwhelmed and will have a good learning curve.
The H Power Zaara DD80 comes with telescopic forks on the front, so you know that the potholes of the city won’t rattle your bones. The bike also comes with twin spring-loaded rear suspensions, which are mostly there to keep the cost of the bike low.
The bike especially comes with alloy wheels. Which is an exciting feature for bikes of this price range! The bike also comes with 2.50/17 tires at the front and 2.75/17 tires at the back. The interesting thing is the rear tire treads which are semi-off-road. So, if you have to ride through rain and mud, that won’t be much of a problem.
H Power Zaara DD80 has quite a competition in its segment.
Hero HF Deluxe (Kick).
TVS Metro KS.
The H Power Zaara DD80 was not made for performance, rather it was made for efficiency. It was not made for style; it was made to take its rider from one place to another. It was not made to look good; it was made to do good. The H Power Zaara DD80 is for the rider on a bike who is on a budget and just wants a bike to commute. This bike also is for the ones who are still learning to ride and want to learn on an affordable bike before getting a bigger bike.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
The FAQs of H Power Zaara DD80 are answered below.
1. Where does H Power originate?
Answer: H Powerr is a Bangladeshi brand that assembles/makes its bikes in Bangladesh.
2. What kind of bike is H Power Zaara DD80?
Answer: H Power Zaara DD80 is a commuter bike.
3. What is the mileage of the H Power Zaara DD80?
Answer: H Power Zaara DD80 has an average mileage of around 60kmpl.
Overall, the H Power Zaara DD80 is a good cost-effective bike that will be a bang for the buck and will give you good comfort, but it will do that to a certain limit. Of course, the H Power Zaara DD80 is a well-built bike, but the materials are what you can expect at this price range.
Specification: H Power Zaara DD80
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