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Rs. 69.95 – 72.15 K *

Ex-showroom Price (New Delhi)
One of the longest-running names in the Indian commuter motorcycle segment is the Hero Passion Pro. Despite this, Hero has managed to keep the design of the bike relatively fresh. It gets loads of vibrant colour schemes and the tank panel has a bulky yet stylish design. The bike is powered by a BS6 compliant 113cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected engine that delivers 9.02hp and 9.89Nm of peak torque. According to the company, the engine has been tuned to provide better pick-up while delivering good mileage. Hero has also thrown in their AutoSail technology that adds more comfort for the rider. The Hero Passion Pro sits on a diamond frame with a wheelbase of 1,270mm. Being a commuter, the Passion Pro has a healthy ground clearance of 180mm. In terms of features, the Passion Pro comes with a new headlamp design, tail-lamp, and alloy wheels. The BS6 Passion Pro is available in two disc brake and two drum brake variants.
Hero MotoCorp Passion Pro

Hero MotoCorp Passion Pro Bike Key Features

Hero MotoCorp Passion Pro Variant Specifications

113
9.02
9.89
manual
4
1
2
petrol
10
N/A
fuel_injected
Wet Multiplate
disc
drum
18
alloy
30mm Telescopic fork
Twin shock
113
9.02
9.89
manual
4
1
2
petrol
10
N/A
fuel_injected
Wet Multiplate
drum
drum
18
alloy
30mm Telescopic fork
Twin shock
2036
739
1113
1270
180
799
118
2036
715
1113
1270
180
799
117
yes
yes
N/A
yes
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
yes
N/A
yes
yes
no
yes
no
yes
yes
no
yes
yes
no
N/A
no
yes
no
N/A
no
  • Hero MotoCorp Passion Pro Braking and Safety

    The Passion Pro comes with 130mm drum brakes as standard on both wheels but one can opt for a disc brake version that comes with a 240mm front disc brake.

  • Hero MotoCorp Passion Pro Mileage

    Hero Passion Pro gets a 10-litre fuel tank and comes with Hero’s i3S technology which claims to give a better fuel economy. The Passion Pro is known for its superb mileage in the segment, however, Hero hasn’t revealed the official mileage figures for the bike. It should easily be able to deliver a fuel economy of about 65kmpl.