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Ever since it introduced the first bike in the Passion series back in 2001, Indian two-wheeler major Hero MotorCorp has been synonymous with manufacturing commuter motorcycles targeted at value-for-money customers. The Passion range of bikes has received numerous aesthetic upgrades over the years and the XPro was unveiled recently. While the bike is not exactly new in the Indian market, it has become particularly more striking in the 2018 avatar. Demands to improve the bike were being heard....Read complete review
The least priced variant is Hero Passion XPro i3s Drum Alloy priced at Rs. 69,536 and the most priced variant is Hero Passion Xpro i3s Disc Alloy priced at Rs. 73,678.
|i3s Drum Alloy||109.15 cc,||Rs69,536|
|i3s Disc Alloy||109.15 cc,||Rs73,678|
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The Hero Passion XPro 2018 is fitted with the same engine that powers the Hero Passion. There’s no difference regarding the torque and power output here. However, the single cylinder air-cooled 110cc TOD engine in the XPro 2018 is more powerful than many other bikes in its class. It produces 9.4bhp of maximum power at 7500rpm. The peak torque output is 9Nm at 5500rpm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gear system and is equipped with the company’s i3 technology to return improved fuel economy. The bike manages to reach 0-60kmph is about 7.45 seconds.
The XPro 2018 is fitted with 130mm disc brakes at the front and 130mm drum brakes at the back. Thanks to the reasonable 119kg weight of the bike, and a strong bite from the front disc brake, the vehicle can be brought to a stop instantly. In terms of ride quality, Pro and the XPro are quite similar. But the latter is a bit more on the stiffer side, though it has a sporty feel. The Passion Pro lends a marginally better ride quality because of the seat setup and suspension. That said, the XPro 2018 has a nicely padded rider seat that offers an upright riding posture. It’s a daily commuting bike and manages the overcrowded city roads quite well. Despite a slightly bigger turning radius than the Hero Passion Pro, the XPro negotiates corners perfectly. The difference in the ride quality of the two bikes is hard to notice.
The Hero Passion XPro has a steel framed tubular telescopic fork suspension in the front and hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear supported by rectangular section swingarm. The MRF 80/100 and 90/90 tubeless tyres in the front and back respectively provide good traction even at higher speeds. While the Passion XPro may not be as premium as the Passion Pro, it certainly has handsome looks and counts among the most practical motorcycles on Indian roads. Reliability and confidence are its hallmark.
|Others||Rs 1,969 |
|On Road||Rs 69,536|
|Others||Rs 1,969 |
|On Road||Rs 73,678|