Hartford VR 200H Review

Nepal is a country where people have got lots of places riding an off-road motorcycles. In order to take advantage of these places, various motorcycles companies like Crossfire has thrown it’s off-road motorbike, the Crossfire XZ250RR. However, before entry of these companies, a Taiwanese company Hartford was ruling over the Nepalese off-road motorcycle market, and is still ruling it with its two major off-road bikes; the VR 150H and 200H.

The Hartford VR 200H is the elder brother of the renowned bike VR150H. The VR 200H features the same body design of its young sibling 150H. However, the company has made some changes in the bikes which make it different than the 150H. The company has removed the extensions from the fuel tank which is present in the 150H variant. Also, the bike comes with refurbished graphic stickers.

Moreover, the VR 200H possesses height of 860 mm and length of 2110 mm. Besides, the front wheel of the bike is 1375 mm far from the rear one and the bike is 290 mm far from the ground. Also, the bike has been powered with 197 cc engine that produces max power and torque of 19 bhp and 15 Nm.

Furthermore, Hartford has been exporting the VR200H in Nepal under the dealership of International Motor Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 3,49,000


 Body Type





 2110 mm


 860 mm


 1375 mm

 Ground Clearance

 290 mm




 12 liters

 Engine Type


 Maximum Power

 19 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 15 Nm


 197 cc

 Box X Stroke


 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension


 Rear Suspension


 Front Tyre


Rear Tyre




 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears





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