Thursday, July 15, 2010

Hero Honda Passion Pro refreshed version

One of the best policy of the auto companies which is quickly increasing in the Indian auto market is to upgraded best performing bike models. Presently, most of the bike brands of the country are following the trend and working hard to offer new avatars of existing vehicle which are expected to well. Following the same trend, Hero Honda, India's biggest two-wheeler manufacturer, has launched an upgraded version of its existing Hero Honda Passion in India. The all new upgraded version is equipped with advanced attributes such as Digital techometer, self-start and large tail light which makes its looks very attractive. The new Passion Pro has not got any technical changes, but the refreshed version of Passion is specially packed with the new latest APDV ignition system which ensures enhanced performance. The powertrain of Passion Pro produces a top power output of 7.37 HP (5.4 kW)) at 8000 RPM and generates a peak torque of 7.95 Nm (0.8 kgf-m or 5.9 ft.lbs). The new Passion Pro offers a mileage of around 70 km/l in city with the fuel tank capacity of this bike of 12.80ltrs. It has a 4 speed constant mesh transmission system and the clutch is additionally added with Multiplate wet technology. The new Passion Pro is available with Disc Brake and Drum Brake. To get disc brake installed variant you need to pay around Rs 3,000. The new Hero Honda Passion Pro is pre-installed with ahead generation graphic design and six different colours option - Vibrant Blue, Black with Sports Red, Leaf green metallic, Black with heavy grey, Black with frost blue and Force sliver. Another major auto players have also upgraded their flagship motorcycles like Honda, Bajaj, Mahindra etc. Honda 2wheelers, one of the leading two-wheeler maker, has recently re-launched a new sportier version of its flagship model, Honda Unicorn in India. The new sportier version of Unicorn named as Honda CB Unicorn Dazzler. In addition, Bajaj Auto that is known for their most premium bikes, has also launched the higher version of its most selling motorcycles, including Bajaj Discover which is available with 150cc displacement. Apart from these launches, Suzuki Motorcycles is looking forward to launch another superbike in the Indian Market that is Suzuki Gladius.

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