Looking for a handsome bike? Then here is one of the best-looking bikes in town from Hero Honda- Passion Pro. With plenty of updation on the design front Passion Pro flaunts a totally awesome look and will sure steal the hearts of men who drool for handsome bikes that speak of their personality and the Passion Pro is definitely for this section of men. The Passion Pro is indeed a smart move by Hero Honda to show their strong line of products and let us see how well the bike scores with regard to power, performance and mileage apart from the good looks.
One glance at the Passion Pro and you will fall for it; the killer looks are simply irresistible and the entire credit goes to the designers of the bike who have given a mind-blowing appearance. The first thing that will attract you is the color and body graphics; the bike is available in six various hues and is superbly contrasted with black that enhances the overall look of the bike. Of course these are the most conspicuous features but I cannot stop myself from mentioning the aerodynamic, sleek design and a well-thought cosmetic revival give the Passion Pro a different stance altogether. The front part of the bike is nicely adorned with a rectangular halogen lamp that helps better illumination even during bad weather conditions. The instrument cluster is adorned with digital analogue consisting of speedometer, fuel gauge, turn indicators and the body-colored rear view mirrors are the standout features. The tinted windscreen on the front cowl is black in color and 5-spoke alloy wheels add to the sporty look of Passion Pro.
The rear section of the bike gets LED tail lamps and the body-colored grab rail looks cool. The comfortable and nicely shaped seat offers a good riding experience; and overall the bike is a darling when we talk of the looks.
Engine, performance and mileage
A 4-stroke, single cylinder OHC, high performance APDV 97.2cc engine that delivers a power of 5.74 KW at 7500 rpm and maximum torque of 8.04 Nm at 4500 rpm, powers the Passion Pro. Easy start and quick pick up will be the USPs of the Passion Pro. Additionally, the bike can touch a top speed of 85 kmph and the overall he is a great performer with very low maintenance needs. Riders have the privilege to use either the kick-start mode or press the start button as per their convenience. The gear shifting is smooth and easy, which is because of the 4-sped constant mesh transmission and furthermore the bike is fuel economical that might give some respite to the riders and also the DC-Digital CDI ignition enables the bike to emerge as a star performer.
The Passion Pro gives a good mileage of around 50 kmpl in the city and around 65 kmpl on the highways.
The Hero Honda Passion Pro, to match its superb looks displays a fabulous color range to choose from, which is all the more reason to pick this hot stuff, they are as follows- silent blue, leafy green, peaceful silver, fiery red and classic black. Black color dominates majority of the bike and the above-mentioned colors are painted on the fuel tank, rear-view mirrors, grab rail, side panels and also the mud guard, which makes up for a vibrant looking bike.
The Hero Honda Passion Pro is undoubtedly a good-looking bike with India's one of the biggest bike maker's nametag that comes attached to it. It is the token of trust and reliability from company that's ruling the auto industry for three decades now, even though Hero has severed ties with Honda. What's more? The Passion Pro will get you the best resale value and not only that, even for daily commuting purposes the bike can be your best friend, and the simple reason it is highly fuel efficient. If I will have to pin point the cons of the Passion Pro then the first thing would be that the sporty look of the might mostly appeal to youngsters and the friction factor, which seems a common problem with the Hero Honda bikes. Also, Passion Pro's curb weight of 116 kgs doesn't seem to be well distributed all along the body of the bike which might hamper the riding quality and last but not the least starting the bike during winters could be another hitch. Apart from these minor cons Passion Pro is a good entry-level bike to own by beginners looking for reliable commuting companion.