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The Hero Splendor is one of those automobiles which don't need any introduction. In its 20 year long span, the motorcycle has created a legacy of its own. It is this finesse of a product that has made the Splendor world’s most trusted and highest selling single model. Launched in India in 1994, it went onto create records in terms of sales. In 2004, it was renamed the Splendor+ with a few changes and even today, is preferred by thousands each month. Infact, each one of us have either owned or ....

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The least priced variant is  Hero Splendor Pro Kick Alloy  priced at Rs. 57,276 and the most priced variant is Hero Splendor Pro Self Alloy  priced at Rs. 59,766.

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Kick Alloy 97.2 cc, Rs57,276
Self Alloy 97.2 cc, Rs59,766
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Engine 97.2 cc

Mileage City/Highway

Torque 8.05 Nm @ 5000 rpm

Power 8.36 PS @ 8000 rpm

Radial Tyres

Alloy Wheels

Self Start

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Splendor PRO Expert Review

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The Hero Splendor is one of those automobiles which don't need any introduction. In its 20 year long span, the motorcycle has created a legacy of its own. It is this finesse of a product that has made the Splendor world’s most trusted and highest selling single model. Launched in India in 1994, it went onto create records in terms of sales. In 2004, it was renamed the Splendor+ with a few changes and even today, is preferred by thousands each month. Infact, each one of us have either owned or used one in our lifetime! Now, in order to give some present day appeal, Hero has launched Splendor in new clothes, and christened it as Splendor Pro. 

 

 
The Splendor Pro is priced pretty well on par with its rivals and simply offers fabulous value for money. You simply can’t go wrong with this model. It's not a motorcycle, it's like your family member – that's how Hero promotes it, which considering its insane popularity, is not wrong either!
The bike that is used and trusted by millions continues to carry on the same design language with a few subtle changes – the headlamp has become sleeker, graphics changed and alloy wheels offered as option. HMCL has retained the same design language to keep the association with the original model same, which is a no-nonsense design with a utilitarian approach. The sole difference between the Splendor+ and Splendor Pro appears to be the Pro's snazzier graphics, which try hard to spice up some modernness to the Splendor's silhoutte The instrument console has the same two pod layout of the original Splendor, with an analog speedometer and odometer in the left one, and fuel and other tell tale lights positioned in the right. Here, though, both the pods are surrounded by chrome linings. Overall, this is one familiar design, which may appear very dated, but at the same time, it gives the Splendor an unmistakable appearance, which is easily recognized by all.
The suspension set-up of the bike is simple and reliable and does the job pretty well. The bike still carries the suspension setup of front telescopic forks and hydraulic coil springs at rear, which manage to do an adequate job to provide a plush ride over broken roads as well. The minimalistic front design aides very much in handling the bike, which is very light in usage. Brakes? Drums on both the wheels, which perform their task pretty well. The Splendor Pro isn’t really a highway bike but still it is used by millions in various riding conditions and simply keeps going on and on and on!

 

The Splendor Pro remains the same riding simplicity as its original version. Swing a leg over and you immediately feel in a controlled position. The seat is low – a boon for short riders and the overall ease of riding the bike is super good. There is no front disc option but the brakes are effective nonetheless. It is powered by the same engine as other 100cc bikes in the company’s portfolio – 97.2cc of displacement, 7.4Bhp of power and 7.95Nm of torque. Efficiency remains good at 80.60kmpl as per the IDC norms. The first gear is pretty short and best for just starting off the line. Infact, the overall ratios have been kept small for better punch during low speed ride in higher gears.
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