Automotive company Hero MotoCorp has launched the all-new Passion PRO and the Passion XPRO in the Indian markets on Tuesday, commencing the sales on the same day.
The Passion PRO is priced at Rs 53,189 for an ex-showroom price, while the Passion XPRO is priced at Rs 54,189 at an ex-showroom price.
The new Passion PRO has a BS-IV complaint 110cc TOD (Torque on Demand) engine, which produces a maximum torque of 9Nm. According to the company, the maximum torque produced represents more power and torque than the motorcycle’s previous generations. The Passion PRO will be available in both Drum and Disc variants.
The Passion PRO also offers a range of new safety and utility features including Digital-Analog meter with digital Fuel Gauge, trip meter, All Time Headlamp On (AHO), and side indicators. The Passion PRO will be available in five metallic colour schemes, Sports Red, Black Monotone, Force Silver Metallic, Heavy Grey Metal, and Frost Blue Metallic.
Meanwhile, the new Passion XPRO comes with a BS-IV compliant 110cc TOD engine, just like the new Passion PRO, and produces a maximum power output of 9.4bhp, along with producing a peak torque of 9Nm. The motorcycle, too, comes in both Drum and disc variants.
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The motorcycle will be available in five premium dual-tone colour options, including Sports Red with Black, Black with Sports, Black with Techno Blue, Black with Heavy Grey, and Force Silver with Black.
On the occasion of the launch, Ashok Bhasin, Sales and Customer Care, Hero MotoCorp, said, “Hero MotoCorp is the clear market leader with over 50% market share in the domestic motorcycle market in India, and also lead s the 100-110cc segment with over 75% market share. Passion is the second largest selling motorcycle brand in the country, behind Hero's Splendor brand. The Passion 100cc has been currently growing at around 20%. We are confident that the launch of these two new generation Passion 110cc motorcycles will further consolidate our leadership in the domestic motorcycle market.”