Home Overview

Hero Passion Pro

on road price, Delhi
View Price Detail
EMI starts from RsGet Loan starting @ 9.7%
Get January Offers

Hero Passion Pro overview

Find out what our experts have to say about Hero Passion Pro!

Mileage Top SpeedDisplacementEMI
NANA97.2 cc View All SpecsRsCheck now


  • Fuel-efficient
  • Hero reliability
  • Front disc brake


  • 100cc motor
  • Bland design


The Hero Passion i3S borrows the 100cc heart and brains from the Splendor iSmart. The idle start-stop system helps save fuel by turning off the engine when idling. Add a large fuel tank and you can fill it, shut it, forget it

Read complete review

Other Bikes in Same Price Range

Hero Passion Pro Price & Offers in Delhi

Choose the Hero Passion Pro which fits your bill!

Hero Passion Pro Price List

i3S AW DRUM 97.2 cc, Rs67,214
* On Road Price

EMI Start from Rs

( For 36 month & interest rate 9.7% )

Get a QuoteCustomize EMI



Hero Passion Pro Pictures

Check out the looks of Hero Passion Pro before you buy

Hero Passion Pro Specifications

Choose the Hero Passion Pro which fits the bill of you.

Engine 97.2 cc

Mileage City/Highway



Radial Tyres

Alloy Wheels

Self Start



View all specifications

Passion Pro Expert Review

Here is what our experts feel about Passion Pro

Hero Motocorp, previously known as Hero Honda, is the largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India and the world too. It currently has almost 46 per cent market share in the two-wheeler industry in India. The main reason for its popularity is its commuter bikes Splendor and Passion. These bikes and their entire range drive up the sales for Hero. But close on its heels is the rival company Honda, (which was once its ally, and now its competitor) is in the second place in terms of two-wheeler sales in India. Growing sales of Honda, thanks to their Activa range, which is the most selling two-wheeler in India, has got Hero worried and pull up their socks. Hence in 2018, Hero refreshed their commuter bike lineup and unveiled three new motorcycles- Super Splendor, Passion Pro and Passion XPro. While Super Splendor is a better version of the famous commuter Splendor, Passion Pro is one of the most popular variants of the Passion model range. Now with the reintroduction of the Passion XPro variant in 2018, Hero has tried to upgrade their lineup and give more choices to the consumer. With the launch of the 2018 Passion Pro, the bike receives subtle changes in terms of look and design. Rest all features remain the same as the previous model. Hero Passion Pro being though being one of the top sellers does face stiff competition from Honda CB Shine and some from Bajaj CT 100 as well. 2018 Passion Pro is available in 3 variants of Drum Brake with Alloy Wheel at Rs.53,050, Drum Brake with Spoke Wheel at Rs.52,050 and the exclusive Disc Brake with Alloy Wheel at Rs.55,050

Keeping the magic formula of basic design the same, Hero has made some subtle changes to this refreshed model. Though the new bike looks similar to the Passion Pro 110, if you look closely, there are certain differences you might notice. On the front end both get the same headlight with black visor, but on the Passion Pro is much sleeker. Both get the body-coloured mirrors, but mirrors on the Passion Pro gets a more chiselled look. The Passion Pro still retains the simple tank design, unlike the Passion Pro 110, which has a beefier tank. Unlike the Passion Pro 110, there is one side panel that goes from the centre of the Passion Pro to the end, which lends the bike a much sleeker look. Black grab bars on the rear of Passion Pro adds to the style element, while the new rear tail light design looks more attractive when lit up. The seat is thicker and comfortable on the Passion Pro as compared to its elder sibling. The instrument cluster on both the bikes is the same one with an analogue speedometer and a digital console with the readouts including odometer, trip meter, service reminder, and a fuel gauge. 

The engine is what sets apart the newly launched Passion Pro with the Passion Pro 110. Hero Passion Pro, unlike the Passion Pro 110, runs on 97.2 cc air-cooled, 4-stroke, single-cylinder engine. This engine belts out a decent max power  of 8.36 PS at 8000rpm and a peak torque of 8.05 Nm at 5000rpm. The engine now has the famed i3S technology and is mated to a 4-speed gearbox. Owing to the refined and the smooth but robust gearbox, ride on this commuter is very comfortable. This is one of the best commuter bikes available for the masses and is now better by Hero’s i3S Technology which helps deliver an amazing mileage of 84kmpl. Top speed of this bike is at 87kmph and tank capacity is more than Passion Pro 110 at 12.5 litres.

Unlike the Hero Passion Pro 110, the Passion Pro is available in both spoked as well as alloy wheels of 18-inches. These wheels are covered in 2.75 x 18 - 4 PR / 42 P section tyre at the front and 3.00 x 18 - 6 PR / 52 P section tyre at the rear which is very grippy. Suspension duties on both bikes are the same including telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and a rear swing arm with 5-step adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers. This suspension setup works well on all type of road conditions and keeps the rider comfortable. Braking power is commanded by a 130mm drum brake at the rear, but at the front, you have the option to go for a 240mm which will increase your braking ability or you can stick to the standard 130mm drum brake. Riding posture is upright and very comfortable as a commuter bike should be.

Stylish headlight on the Hero Passion Pro now comes with the Always Headlight On (AHO) feature. This safety feature ensures that the bike is visible to the oncoming vehicles on the road, in any weather conditions. Another safety feature on this commuter bike is the optional Disc brake that has a good feedback and comes in handy in those emergency braking situations. Now the new Passion Pro also features Hero’s acclaimed i3S Technology that helps save fuel. The way this works is the i3S or Idle Stop-Start System turns off the engine at a traffic signal and starts it as soon as you press the clutch, thus preventing idling of engine when not needed and thereby improving mileage.

My Comparison