Updated On: 9 March 2021 Shakti Nath Jha
Hero MotoCorp recently launched the new Hero Passion Pro BS6 in the Indian market. The BS6 compliant Passion Pro was launched earlier last year and though it carries the legacy and brand name of the old Passion Pro, underneath it is a completely brand new motorcycle. It is a youthful 110cc commuter bike that is positioned between the 100cc entry-level bikes and 125cc premium commuters in Hero's India line-up. Now, today in this article, we tell you the Pros and Cons of the new 2021 Hero Passion Pro BS6.
Styling and Colour Options
The Hero Passion Pro is a handsome looking commuter motorcycle. It looks very stylish and sporty. The Passion Pro features a triple-tone colour layout and it is available in several flashy metallic colour options. They are Glaze Black, Sports Red, Moon Yellow, Heavy Grey and 100 Millionth Edition.
Punchy Performance and Good Mileage
The Hero Passion Pro gets an all-new BS6 compliant 113.2cc single-cylinder, air-cooled, fuel-injected engine. It churns out 9.15 PS of power at 7500 RPM and 9.79 Nm of torque at 5000 RPM. The engine comes mated to a 4-speed manual gearbox and like most other Hero bikes, it also gets Hero's i3S (idle start-stop) system. This i3S system helps to maximise fuel efficiency. One can expect around 60-65 kmpl of mileage in real-world riding conditions.
Decent Hardware and Features
The new Passion Pro gets conventional telescopic front forks and spring-loaded dual shock-absorbers at the rear. For braking duties, it gets a 130 mm rear drum brake. But, at the front, one can opt between a 240 mm disc and a 130 mm drum brake unit. It also gets an integrated-braking system (IBS). It runs on 80/100 section 18-inch tyres and it gets alloy wheels. The new Passion Pro gets a semi-analogue semi-digital console in which the speedometer is analogue while all other details are shown digitally.
Now, talking about the cons, so the first major downside of the new Passion Pro is that it has very thin tyres. The bike runs on 80/100 section 18-inch tyres and we believe, the rear tyre should have been a bit wider for better grip levels.
5th Gear would have been welcomed
The new Passion Pro has a very punchy motor but it gets a 4-speed gearbox only. An additional 5th gear on the bike would have been really welcomed and appreciated.
A Bit Pricey
The new Hero Passion Pro BS6 is priced between Rs. 67,400 - Rs. 69,600, Ex-showroom Delhi. Now, if we compare its pricing with its arch-rivals, the new Passion Pro seems a bit pricey. Does it justify its price tag? You let us know in the comments below! We think it surely does!
So, these were the Pros and Cons of the new 2021 Hero Passion Pro 110 BS6. Do you own a Hero Passion Pro 110 BS6 and what are your thoughts on this motorcycle? Do feel free to share your thoughts and opinions with all of us in the comments section below. You can also join our 91Wheels Auto Enthusiast Telegram group (click via mobile to join) curated exclusively for the fans, enthusiasts and owners. Further, also subscribe to our YouTube channel for more such amazing motoring updates.
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