Hero Passion xPro

Hero Passion xPro


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 49,800 - ₹ 59,900
* Delhi. May vary.


Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2020 Hero Passion xPro Disc Self Alloy
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Commuter
Latest Price in India 2020 Hero Passion xPro Disc Self Alloy price was Rs 59,900 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Black with Sports Red, Black with Frost Blue, Black with Heavy Grey, Sports Red, Force Silver Metallic
Engine Details 109.15cc, Air cooled, 4 - Stroke, Single Cylinder, OHC
Cooling Air Cooling
Engine cc (Displacement) 109.15 cc
Maximum Power 9.38 HP @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 9 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Emission Norms BS4
Ignition Self (with i3s) & Kick
Compression Ratio 10:01
Bore 53 mm
Stroke 49.5 mm
Number of Gears 4
Gearbox Type Constant Mesh
Clutch Multi-Plate Wet
Front Brake 240mm Disc
Rear Brake 130mm Drum
Front Tyre 2.75 x 18
Rear Tyre 3.00 x 18
Wheel Type Alloys
Alloy Wheels
Braking System Combined Braking System
Front Suspension Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Rear Suspension Swing Arm with 5-Step Adjustable Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Frame (Chassis) Tubular Double Cradle
Overall Length 1966 mm
Overall Width 774 mm
Overall Height 1087 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Seat Height 790 mm
Wheelbase 1245 mm
Kerb Weight 119 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 8.2 litres
Speedometer Analogue
Trip Meter Digital-2
Fuel Gauge Digital
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 3 Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 12 V-35 W / 35 W- Halogen Bulb (Multi Reflector Type)
Tail Light 12 V-5 / 21 W (Multi Reflector)
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest

Hero Passion xPro Review

29 Dec, 2015 10:23 AM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Hero Motocorp has launched its first ever 110cc bike. Hero has chosen one of their favourite bikes, Passion to get this honour and they have named the new bike as Passion xPro. Hero aims to utilize the credible image of this brand. Let’s get into the detailing of this new bike.

Design and Style

This new bike gets the mature looks of regular Passion but to differentiate, Hero has made this bike more stylish and aggressive. This time Hero has not just played with stickers only. It may resemble to its younger sibling but its additional length and width is clearly noticeable. It features a new trapezoidal headlamp which complements its restyled tinted visor. The new edgy cowl and clear lens indicators also catch your attention easily. Similar to Passion, this bike also gets body coloured rear view mirrors. Both sides of this bike are given new graphics and style. Its fuel tank now gets new tank extensions with new graphics and xPro written on them. Hero has altered its silencer with a new chrome shield covering. For a change, this bike gets new stepped seat and cropped black coloured grab rail. Its rear fender also gets new treatment and the bike looks wider than its sibling. However there are no changes in its tail light. In terms of appearance, it’s a very good bike and carries the much needed style in its designing.

Instrument Console

Sadly, there are no changes in this department. This bike gets the same instrument console of regular Passion. It features an analogue speedometer and digital fuel gauge, odometer and trip meter. Other indicators and yellow colour for illumination are also familiar.

Engine and Gearbox

This is the biggest USP of this bike. It gets a new mono-cylinder, 4-stroke 110cc engine. This engine can also be seen in Honda’s Twister and Dream Yuga. The power output of this air-cooled, OHC engine is 8.5 bhp at 7500 rpm while its torque output of 9.36 Nm arrives at 5500 rpm. Passion xPro gets a four speed manual gearbox with all gears up-shift pattern.

Acceleration and Performance

Hero Passion xPro feels better than its younger sibling in terms of performance. Its increased torque and power output is quite noticeable. The responsiveness of this engine gives it a certain advantage over others. It’s more nimble and swift than before. With this bike within 7-8seconds, you can reach 0-60km/hr. Gear transitions and gear ratios give you no chance to complain. The bike utilizes most its power in its mid-range which makes it quick in city traffic. Even on highways, the bike manages to achieve a top speed of 95km/hr which is more enjoyable than before. The major concern was to improve its power to weight ratio so that it feels faster than its many light weight competitors and Hero has successfully managed to do so. The refinement level of this engine is surely commendable and its linear power delivery is also impressive. Throttle response is better than its younger sibling and that improves with its well matched gear ratios. At high speeds, there are very less vibrations and it feels better than many other 125cc bikes.


One may expect this bike to return a fuel efficiency of around 60km/ltr in city conditions while on highways, these figures tends to increase by at least 5km/ltr. Comfort while Driving Hero Passion xPro This bike even feels more comfortable than Passion due to extra width and length. It has a very comfortable seat with foot pegs set to give you relaxed position while driving. Its extra width allows you to stick your knees around its fuel tank easily. The reach to handle bar is also very convenient. The riding posture may not be sporty but feels very comfortable for day to day usage. Handle bar has been slightly extended to give you better and firm palm grip.

Storage Space and Safety Features

Hero Passion xPro has under seat storage space and bag hook at the back but there is no utility box in it. For safety, this bike comes with optional tubeless tyres and standard features like front leg guard, rear saree guard and powerful headlamp for clear visibility at night.

Suspension and Brakes

The suspension and braking system of Hero Passion xPro makes its way to this bike. It also sports telescopic front forks and adjustable hydraulic rear shock absorbers. This bike is available with an optional front disc brake of 240mm while drum brakes of 130mm on its both wheels are standard in its braking system.

Ride and Handling

The ride and handling of Hero Passion xPro is very impressive. It’s even better than its younger sibling. It handles really nice in city traffic and with its effective suspension and braking system, things just get better. It never gives away the confidence as Hero has extended its wheelbase to provide it extra stability. It has a wheelbase of 1265mm which is best in its class. That’s the reason why despite having the similar tyres of Passion, it feels more comfortable around corners. You get a nice control on this bike and it also remains grounded on highways.

Shades Available

Hero Passion xPro is available in eight eye-catching shades: Black with frost blue, Black with heavy gray, Black with sports red, Electric yellow metallic, Force silver metallic, Leaf green metallic, Sports red and Vibrant blue metallic.


Hero Passion xPro is available in five variants: Drum Kick Spoke, Drum Self Spoke, Drum Kick Alloy, Drum Self Alloy and Disc Self Alloy.


Hero Passion xPro has been priced very competitively. It ranges from INR 46.8-51.8K (ex-showroom, Delhi (approx., may vary)). This bike bridges down the gap between Passion and Glamour. This is a new variety from Hero which will stop buyers from buying its cousin rivals Twister and Dream Yuga. This bike features more stylish looks than Dream Yuga and also comes with an optional disc brake while if you compare it with Twister then xPro has higher fuel efficiency and comfort level. Apart from these factors its price tag, performance and most importantly wide service network of Hero makes it a complete value for money bike. The bike is a nice blend of mileage and performance and proves to be a perfect commuter bike. This step from Hero will bring more credibility to the brand image of Hero and Passion simultaneously.


Hero Passion xPro - Ab sirf style he style bolega
Hero Passion xPro Infographic


Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Hero Passion xPro
What is the reserve fuel tank capacity of Hero Passion xPRO?
29 December 2022 06:05
The Hero Passion xPro comes with a 9.5 liter fuel tank and maintains a usable reserve of around 1.5 liter out of it. That is good for another 70 kilometers even if the bike has only reserve left in it. Powered by a 109.1 cc engine, the motorcycle produces 8.58 BHP and 9.36 Nm of torque. It comes mated to a 4-speed gearbox and gets an option of 240 mm disc brake. The motorcycle comes with many variants and starts from INR 49,525. It goes all the way up to INR 54,500 for the self, disc and alloy variant.
Is it the right choice to go with Hero Passion xPRO in range of INR 55,000-60,000?
29 December 2022 06:04
Hero Passion xPro comes with a 109 cc engine and if you are willing to spend around INR 60,000, the Honda Shine would be a better option with its 125 cc engine. It comes with a starting price of INR 55,559 and produces 10.57 BHP as well as 10.30 Nm of torque from the engine. It weighs just 123 kg and claims a top speed of 100 kmph. The fuel tank capacity is 10.5 liters, making it good for nothing less than 500 km on a single refill. It comes in amazing shade options like Pearl Amazing White, Black, Geny Grey Metallic, Rebel Red Metallic and even Dual tone Black & Red.
Which engine has long life - Honda Livo or Hero Passion xPro?
29 December 2022 05:52

Honda Livo has a better and more reliable engine when compared to the Hero Passion xPro. It comes with a 109.19 cc motor, formerly used in the Honda Twister and other Dream series motorcycles. The engine produces 8.25 BHP @ 7500 rpm and 8.63 NM @ 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 4-speed gearbox. It gets a better ground clearance of 180 mm and a more attractive design from the Passion xPro. The bike comes with a price tag of INR 52,989-55,489 which includes a drum brake and disc brake model. It gets the styling elements from elder Honda family members.

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My daily run is 70km, which one is better – Honda Livo, Bajaj Discover 100M, TVS Start City Plus, Phoenix 125, Honda CB Shine or Hero Passion xPRO?
29 December 2022 06:01
You can better opt out for the new TVS Victor, relaunched recently with a 110 cc engine. The motorcycle is good for 9.46 BHP and 9.4 Nm of torque. It comes with an excellent mileage and costs INR 49,490 for the drum brake variant while the disc brake variant can be bought for INR 51,490. TVS Victor comes out to be the most powerful motorcycle of the segment and offers a peace of mind when it comes to maintenance and spare costs.
What is the ex-showroom price of Hero Passion xPRO in Chandigarh?
29 December 2022 05:49
The Hero passion xPRO has been priced between INR 49,100-52,475 in Chandigarh. The bike comes in total 5 variants with the top most having self start, disc brake and alloy wheels. The base model is totally an opposite one, with kick start, drum brakes and spoke wheels only. The engine remains same in all the variants. The 109.1 cc motor produces 8.58 BHP @ 7500 rpm and 9.36 NM @ 5500 rpm. The bike serves as a good value for money product by returning nearly 60 kmpl mileage. It comes with a 9.5 liter fuel tank, expanding its range to 550 km on a single refill. The gearbox stays to be a 4-speed manual one, with 240 mm optional disc brake attached to the front wheel. The instrument console is a mixture of both analogue and digital units.

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User Reviews for Hero Passion xPro

Reviews Submitted by Maxabout Community

Excellent Hassle Free Commuter Bike For The Mass Market

sushil kumar | 6 years ago
helpful 2

It is an attractive commuter bike. The body color rear view mirrors and the fuel tank are the spotlight of the machine, which makes it instantly noticeable. The seating position is upright and the wide and tall handle provides the bike a comfortable position. Its seat cover is made up of high quality material and is convenient for comfort and weather conditions. The foot pegs are quite comfortable which is suitable for both the rider and the pillion. The RVMs are small but appropriate for small sized people. Braking is outstanding and the self-control while braking is remarkably good. Its engine produces good amount of low-end torque. Handling is neutral, it stays planted in the corners and the tyres do the job well. The 65 km/l mileage offers the bike a long range and intercity runs are a joy. Ground clearance is sufficient, with powerful suspension and with two adults, the machine runs superbly even at high speed. The ride quality is on the hard side, but is comfortable at slow speeds and at high speeds, the suspension stays flat, giving confidence to the user.

Best Features: Good Mileage

Pros: Mileage, styling, fuel efficiency, build quality, handling, affordable

Cons: No Drawbacks......

Value For Money
Customer Service

Good Blend of Performance and Mileage

Ekam Makhija | 5 years ago
helpful 4

I bought Passion XPro in 2010 after many researches. My neighbor played a big role in inspiring me. I also checked Twister and Dream Yuga, but the Passion XPro lead in the terms of features. It is more stylish and fuel efficient bike than its rivals and it also supports disc brake which is one of the best feature to be seen in commuter bike. The seating posture and well placed handlebars make every journey pain free. I have traveled a lot on long distance trips with my family of four members (including two kids) and believe me I never faced any comfort problem. I always be a winner of heavy traffic as it offers me good handling. Mileage wise, it is perfect too, it returns me 53-55 kmpl average on city roads. So If you are looking for fuel efficient bike for comfortable ride, Go for it.

Best Features: Comfortable and Reasonable Price

Pros: Price, Comfort, Mileage, Seating posture

Cons: Nothing

Value For Money
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Hero Passion xPro Comments

User Comments
sk ojha
7 years ago

please tell me passion xpro is best or not

7 years ago

I got hero passion xpro on 15th jan 2015, it is bestest bike i ever had, but it gives me only 45-50 kmpl in city & 65-67 on highways..!

8 years ago

I will buy this bike

9 years ago

I also bought xpro one month ago. experienced worst performance ever, gave me 40 kmpl initially after first service it never gave me more then 35-36 kmpl dont know wots the wrong with that

9 years ago

It is a nice bike

9 years ago

bajaj pulsar 220 f se bhi bachhe khila karta hai.... bara hona chahete ho, to ek harley davidson fatboy le lo,,

Sanket Parichaya
10 years ago

I'll buy this passion XPRO within 4-6 days. In bhubaneswar, it's cost is 57.5/- (with Drum, Self, Cast). Is it better than honda Twister and other bikes in this range??

ujjwal Jana
10 years ago

maine 1.5 mahina pahle x-pro liya hai, aacha bike hai mailage to aacha hai, 7 hi 7 chalaneme v comfortable hai.

10 years ago

ye sab khilona se bachhe khela karte hai yaaro, I like only my Bajaj Pulsar 220F.

Ramesh kumar
10 years ago

i bought this bike on diwali and this bike is too good

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