Hero Honda Passion Plus Review

The Hero Honda Passion Plus was released as the upgraded design of Passion bike and has several new features. The bike has few features incorporated for the convenience of the rider. The bike has been introduced to fulfil needs of individuals looking for a well designed bike delivering excellent mileage figures.

Hero Honda Passion Plus

Hero Honda Passion Plus Specifications

As per the Hero Honda Passion Plus review the bike comes with a 97.2 cc 4-stroke, single cylinder air cooled engine. This engine can deliver power of 7.5 bhp at 8000 rpm along with peak torque of 7.95 Nm at 5000 rpm. The bike has 4-speed gears and multiplate clutch. The length of the bike is 1980mm and its width is 720mm while its height is 1060mm.

The Passion Plus bike comes with telescopic hydraulic forks for front suspension and swing arm with adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers for rear suspension. The brake system of the bike is also quite responsive and includes 130mm front as well as rear brakes. The bike weighs 116 kgs and has a ground clearance of 159mm. The bike has fuel tank limit of 12.80 litres and it also has a wheelbase of 1235mm.

Hero Honda Passion Plus Mileage

The bike can deliver mileage of around 60 to 70km/litre

Hero Honda Passion Plus Features

The bike looks quite stylish with its tubular double cradle frame and two tone body colors. The new features in the bike include new dials included in instrument panel, new winkers and new multi reflector headlight. The bike is maintenance free and comes with luggage space, lockable seat as well as helmet holder. The wide wheelbase provides safety to the rider.

Hero Honda Passion Plus Price and design variations

The starting price of the bike is around Rs 47500 and it comes in two design variations which include Hero Honda Passion Plus Alloy and Hero Honda Passion Plus Spoke.

Hero Honda Passion Plus Colors

The bike is available in 6 colors which include vibrant blue, force silver, black and sports red, sports red, palace maroon and black and frost blue.

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Tim Webbar on August 12th 2010 in Bike Reviews, Hero Honda

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