Hero Pleasure 2019 launched at Rs 47,300 ex-showroom, Delhi. Hero Pleasure 110cc engine makes it more powerful than before. Hero Pleasure review is live on ZigWheels.com Hero Pleasure 2019 has been launched and its now called the Pleasure+. It was Hero’s firsts scooter in India and it has finally seen a major updated in 13 years. Now called the Pleasure+, it packs a bigger engine, fresher looks and a few new features. The Hero Pleasure 110cc engine has been borrowed from the Duet and the Maestro Edge. Even with all these updates, the Pleasure+ only commands a premium of Rs 2,200 over the older variants. Check our the Hero Pleasure review and do let us know your thoughts in the comments below. Hero Pleasure+ has been priced at Rs 47,300 for the steel wheel variant, and Rs 49,300 for the Alloy wheel variant. Both priced are ex-showroom, Delhi. Looks fo the Pleasure+ have been refreshed and the front and side panels are given a curvy look. Along with the larger and more rounded headlamp, these make the Pleasure look retro. The Pleasure+ is available in seven colours along with three matte options as well.
Alongside the Hero Maestro Edge 125, the company also launched the 2019 Hero Pleasure+. Available in two variants - Std (Rs 47,300) and Alloy Wheels (Rs 49,300), the Pleasure+ gets a subtle redesign and a larger motor, which is also seen on the Duet and Maestro Edge. At its base price, the Hero Pleasure+ costs Rs 2,200 more than the base variant of the older Pleasure. In terms of design, the scooter gets a slightly different look with an all-new headlight with silver trim. The rear has also been redesigned and now sport bigger body coloured panels. Powering it now is a 110.9cc single-cylinder motor makes 8.2PS of power and 8.7Nm of torque. In comparison, the 102cc variant makes 7PS of power and 8.1Nm of torque. In terms of competition, it goes up against the Honda Dio, priced at Rs 52,938 and the Yamaha Fascino which retails for Rs 55,623 (all prices, ex-showroom Delhi)