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Hero Passion Pro TR

53,500

EMI Starts at Rs. 1,507 | Get Finance
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EMI Details

EMI Tenure Bank Interest % Installments EMI Total
12 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
18 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
24 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
30 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
36 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000
48 Months 15% Rs. 15,000 Rs. 45,000

Terms and Conditions

Age criteria

>= 21 Years

Other Charges

Processing Fees: 1%

Documentation Charges: 2.5%

Post Disbursal Document charges Rs 115/-

Stamp Duty at Actuals (as per State)

Disclaimers and Description

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Prices listed are Indicative. Prices may differ from place to place

Colors Available

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Snapshot
Commuter
Power
7.7 bhp
@ 7500 rpm
Engine
97
cc
Mileage
84
kmpl
Torque
8.04 Nm
@ 4500 rpm
Pros
Fuel economy
Comfortable ride
Good Ergonomics
Cons
Engine feels underpowered
Mediocre Brakes

Hero Passion Pro TR Features and Overview

The 2016 Passion Pro TR is an entry-level commuter bike from Hero. It is powered by a 100cc engine, which is tuned towards delivering maximum mileage. The Hero Passion Pro TR is best suited for commuting short distances. Competitors include the Bajaj Discover 100T, Honda Livo, the Yamaha Crux, and the Suzuki Hayate.

The 2016 Hero Passion Pro TR is priced at Rs.53,500(ex-showroom, Delhi), and is available in four colours, Blue, Black, Brown, and White. The bike delivers a claimed mileage figure of 84 kmpl.

The Hero Passion Pro TR features a smart design, with a few rough road additions, like the headlight grille, high front fender. The bike offers a comfortable upright seating posture which bodes well for long durations of riding.

The Hero Passion Pro TR is powered by a 97cc single-cylinder engine that develops 7.7 bhp and 8.04 Nm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed transmission.

The Hero Passion Pro TR comes equipped with telescopic forks up front, and twin hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear.

The Hero Passion Pro TR gets a disc brake at the front, and a drum brake at the rear. This setup offers sufficient braking performance for city use.

Hero Passion Pro TR Tech Specifications

Engine
Displacement
97 cc
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Below Average

Displacement

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94.38 cc
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97 cc
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109.7 cc
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59.9 cc
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97 cc
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2294 cc
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Engine Configuration
Air Cooled, 4-Stroke Single Cylinder OHC
Average
Cylinders
Great
Mileage
84 Kmpl
Good
Great

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60 Kmpl
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84 Kmpl
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102 Kmpl
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8 Kmpl
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84 Kmpl
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102 Kmpl
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Peak Torque
8.04 Nm @ 4500 rpm
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Below Average

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9.4 bhp
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4.5 bhp
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221 bhp
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Peak Power
7.7 bhp @ 7500 rpm
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3.5 bhp
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198 bhp
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Ignition
Digital CDI
Good
Transmission
4 Gears
Good
Bore X Stroke
50.0mm x 49.5 mm
Good
Compression Ratio
Good
Clutch Type
Good
Fuel Delivery System
Carburettor
Good
Starter Type
Kick and Electric Start
Good
Cooling System
Air Cooled
Good
Wheels & Brakes
Front Tyre
2.75 x 18 - 6 PR / 50 L
Good
Rear Tyre
3.00 x 18 - 6 PR / 52 P
Average
Front Brake
Disc, Dia 240 mm
Great
Rear Brake
Drum, Internal Expanding Shoe Type (130 mm)
Good
Wheel Type
NA
Good
Chassis & Suspension
Chassis Types
Good
Front Suspension
Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Average
Rear Suspension
Swing Arm with 5 Step Adjustable Type Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Great
Dimensions
Tank Capacity
12.8 Litres
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12.8 litres
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27 litres
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Wheel Base
1235 mm
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1135 mm
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1235 mm
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1805 mm
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Length
1980 mm
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1750 mm
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2634 mm
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Height
1085 mm
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660 mm
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Width
840 mm
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640 mm
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1030 mm
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Ground Clearance
165 mm
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165 mm
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100 mm
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318 mm
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Kerb Weight
119 Kg
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123 Kg
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95 Kg
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82 Kg
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480.8 Kg
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Hero Passion Pro TR Technology

Ever wondered how a simple carburetor works? Read on to find out

Hero Passion Pro TR Maintenance & Service

Evaluate Running Cost
Kms Done/Yr
Km
Mileage
Kmpl
Cost of Fuel
/litre
Service Cost
/year
Total Running Cost (Fuel + Service) / Year
8,819

Service Schedule

Service 1
Service 2
Service 3
Service 4
Service 5
Service 6
Kilometers
500-750
Days From Last Service
45-60
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Change Engine Oil, Oil Filter, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
3000-3500
Days From Last Service
100
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Top up Engine oil, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
6000-6500
Days From Last Service
100
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Change Engine Oil, Oil Filter, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
9000-9500
Days From Last Service
100
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Top up Engine oil, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
12000-12500
Days From Last Service
100
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Change Engine Oil, Oil Filter, Replace Spark Plug & Air Filter
Kilometers
15000-15500
Days From Last Service
90
Type Of Service
Free
Changes
Top up Engine oil, Clean Spark Plug & Air Filter
The resale value of the Hero Passion Pro TR in
after having been used for a period of years is

Hero Passion Pro TR Reviews (1)

Jaichandran Jayapalan
E

The commuter segment in India is one that is filled with staid machines with no uniqueness. Hero Motocorp realised this, and leveraging the security of their “Numero Uno” status in this segment, they decided to experiment with this segment. At the 2014 Auto Expo held early last year, they unveiled the Passion Pro TR, a rough-road version of the standard Passion. While it certainly looks intriguing, how does it perform in the real world? We find out in our detailed road test!

Read more)

Posted On 18 FEBRUARY, 2015
Jaichandran Jayapalan
E

The commuter segment in India is one that is filled with staid machines with no uniqueness. Hero Motocorp realised this, and leveraging the security of their “Numero Uno” status in this segment, they decided to experiment with this segment. At the 2014 Auto Expo held early last year, they unveiled the Passion Pro TR, a rough-road version of the standard Passion. While it certainly looks intriguing, how does it perform in the real world? We find out in our detailed road test!

Read more)

Posted On 18 FEBRUARY, 2015