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Hero Passion X Pro Overview
The production of the Hero MotoCorpпїЅs Passion motorcycles has been started since 2001. These Passion motorcycles have received a number of aesthetic upgrades over the last decades. Hero MotoCorp Passion X pro is a new variant in this lineup and it is powered by a 110cc engine. It is an entry level commuter bike, which uses a smart headlight set within an angular bikini fairing. It gets an 18-inch alloy wheels that comes black finishing similar to its engine, chain guard and exhaust. The motorcycle is equipped with best quality palm grips, switchgear and a pass light. The Passion model is packed with colour coded rear view mirrors and a fuel tank that come long and flat. The bike gets a sharp tail section at the rear. Regular commuter motorcycle X is available in four color options include Blue, Red, Green and Silver.
Hero Passion X Pro Engine & Transmission
Hero MotoCorp Passion X Pro is hearted with four-stroke, air-cooled 109.1cc engine loaded with its single-cylinder set which is vertically inclined. This engine is capable to generate a maximum power output of 8.6bhp at 7500rpm and a peak torque of 0.95kgm at 5500rpm. The engine is coupled with 4-speed gearbox with all-up shifted gearbox. The motor can be started by kick or optional self-start. The clutch offers light feel and ensure linear power delivery. This air-cooled 109.1cc engine manages to deliver more power than a regular 100 cc motorcycle and it is apt for city commuting.
Hero Passion X Pro Mileage
In terms of the fuel efficiency, this Passion model manages to deliver a mileage around 62.4kmpl in city and about 70.19kmpl on the highway. While, the overall fuel efficiency of this commuter bike is to be 64.64kmpl.
Hero Passion X Pro Performance and Handling
The handling and ride quality of this Passion X Pro is good. It sports a tubular steel frame with telescopic fork front suspension, while at the rear it come with a set of hydraulic rear shock absorber which is supported by a rectangular section swingarm. The commuter bike is loaded with upright riding position and a well-padded seat. The bike is claimed to reach 60kmph mark in 2.49 seconds. It has a top speed around 88.61kmph. The 100cc motorcycle uses MRF tubeless tyres on both the front and rear end. Coming to the braking system, the bike gets 130mm drum at the rear and a 240mm disc brake in front to offer ample stopping power. The instruments cluster is equipped with a dark green tinted visor, and it also features an analogue speedometer which will digitally display the odometer, fuel levels, service due reminder and trip meter.