Bike maker Hero MotoCorp launched its new Splendor Plus X-Tech last month . Now the company has launched the updated X-Tech variant of its popular Passion bike.
In terms of performance, the Passion X-Tech is exactly the same as the regular model. However, it comes with features like digital console with Bluetooth connectivity, USB charging port, real-time mileage readout and side stand engine cutoff.
How is the look of this bike?
The company has launched its new Hero Passion X-Tech in a choice of four Tornado Grey, Sparkling Beta Blue, Canvas Black and Pearl White colours.
Talking about the design, graphics, LED High Intensity Position Lamp (HIPL), single piece seats, arrow head mirrors and LED taillights have been given on its body.
Apart from this, the side cut design given in the bike, the new handle bar gives it a very strong look.
No changes have been made to the engine
No changes have been made in the engine of this bike. The new X-Tech variant has been brought with the 110cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine that generates 8bhp power and 7.97Nm peak torque.
This engine is mated to Hero’s i3S Engine Start/Stop technology. At the same time, the engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox to make the transmission simple. It has a fuel tank of 10.2 liters.
These features are given in the bike
Taking care of the suspension, the Hero Passion bike gets telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers at the front and 5-step adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.
For braking, 130mm drum brake has been given at the front and rear.
The company has launched it with tubeless tyres. As a new feature, a digital instrumental console has been included in it. The wheelbase of this bike is 1,236mm.
Bike launched at this price
The new Passion X-Tech has been launched in India at an ex-showroom price of Rs 78,900. In addition, Hero is also providing a five-year warranty on this bike.
Hero on Thursday said that it is planning to increase the prices of all its two-wheelers by up to Rs 3,000.
In April this year also, the company had increased the prices of its two-wheelers by up to Rs 2,000.
The company says that due to inflation in raw material prices, the cost of manufacturing of vehicles has increased, due to which the prices of vehicles are being increased.