Hero has definitely made some changes in terms of design and other features. The bike now has new graphic design and contoured tank, trapezoidal multi focal headlamp for better visibility in the dark and also a VLRA battery that is maintenance free.
This bike from Hero is powered by 110 cc, air cooled, 4 stroke engine which produces 8.7 bhp at 7500 rpm. Other features include digital analog combo meter console which also features a service reminder indicator, black alloy wheels, tubeless tyres, disc brakes and electric start which is optional.
Other features remain almost the same as in earlier passion pro bikes from Hero. The bike is available in 8 enticing colours and as per reports dealers across the country have already received the product in the stockyard but the bookings for the same are yet to be started owing to some pending formalities.
The bookings are likely to begin after 2-3 days of Diwali. Given Hero MotoCorp’s reputation, reliability, easy, prompt and less costly after sales service, the world’s largest two wheeler company certainly enjoys some advantages.
The all new Paasion X Pro too is all set find its way in every nook and cranny of the country that seems to be smitten by Hero for a very long time now.