Hero Splendor Pro Alloy Self

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 51,476
* Delhi. May vary.


Bike Variant Hero Splendor Pro Alloy Self
Current Status Available
Body Type Commuter
Fuel Type Petrol
Mileage 60-70 kmpl (approx.)
Price in India Hero Splendor Pro Alloy Self is priced at INR 51,476 in India (Ex-showroom).
Shades Black Purple, Hi Granite Blue, Heavy Grey, Excellent Blue, Cloud Silver, Candy Blazing Red, Palace Maroon, Black Monotone
Official Tagline Lage Aisa Family Jaisa
Vehicle Overview Hero Splendor Pro was sold with the old design a year back. Now its carries its very own identity and carries a different body design, front cowl and fuel tank design. It still carries the same engine, producing 8.2 BHP and 8.05 Nm of torque. The motorcycle still weighs 112 kg and carries an 11 liter fuel tank. The 785 mm of easily approachable seat height makes it a favorite among those who are looking for a city commuter with excellent mileage and good looks. It rivals Honda Dream series and TVS Star in its segment.
Engine Description Air-cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder OHC
Fuel System Side draft, Variable type with TCIS
Cooling Air Cooling
Displacement 97.2 cc
Maximum Power 8.2 Bhp @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque 8.05 Nm @ 5000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Ignition DC - Digital CDI
Compression Ratio 9.9 : 1
Bore 50 mm
Stroke 49.5 mm
Oil Grade SAE 10W 30 SJ Grade (JASO MA)
Number of Gears 4
Clutch Multi Plate Wet
Front Brake Internal Expanding Shoe Type (130mm)
Rear Brake Internal expanding shoe type (110mm)
Front Tyre 2.75 x 18 – 42 P / 4 PR, Unidirectional Tyre
Rear Tyre 2.75 x 18 - 48 P / 6 PR, Unidirectional Tyre
Front Wheel 18 x 1.60, Alloy wheel
Rear Wheel 18 x 1.60, Alloy wheel
Wheel Type Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic Hydraulic Shocks
Rear Suspension Swing arm with 5 step Adjustable Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Frame Tubular, Double Cradle Type
Overall Length 1970 mm
Overall Width 720 mm
Overall Height 1040 mm
Ground Clearance 159 mm
Seat Height 785 mm
Wheelbase 1230 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 112 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 11 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 1.4 litres
Turning Circle 1.90
Speedometer Analogue
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 3 Ah
Voltage 12 V
Head Light 12V - 35W / 35W - Halogen bulb Multi reflector type
Tail Light 12 V - 5 / 10W Multi-Reflector
0-60 kmph 8 secs
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

Hero Splendor Pro Alloy Self Review

15 Dec, 2015 10:58 AM


Hero Splendor Pro is the newest member in Splendor family. Hero has stuffed this bike with new features to compete with its rising competitors. This segment of bikes is the busiest segment in Indian bike market and with this bike; Hero will try to take the competition to the next level.

Design and Style

‘Old is gold’; that’s what Hero believes in as this bike has no different looks than its previous generations. Hero has once again played their favourite game of stickers with this bike. They have tried to distinguish it from Splendor Plus by adding new graphics on this bike. Its integrated visor and cowl are the same, covering its unique headlight. Clear lens indicators are a new addition to this bike with new body coloured rear view mirrors. If you look it closely then you can notice its new silver finished alloy wheels and front mudguard which are different than its Plus variant. Sideways, this bike is the exact copy of its plus variant and features only different graphics on its fuel tank and side panel. Chrome shield on its silencer and carrier are a standard part of this bike. Side indicators at the back is the only difference between Pro and Plus variant, otherwise from its rear fender to its tail light, everything is the same.

Instrument Console

Hero has tried to make its instrument console look more premium and stylish. It features twin circular pods with chrome surroundings. The ignition switch has side turn indicators on its both sides. One of these dials features an analogue speedometer and odometer while the second dial houses analogue fuel gauge and other indicators.

Engine and Gearbox

This bike uses the same 100c engine used in Splendor Plus but it’s been altered for improved performance. This 4-stroke, mono cylinder engine yields out a peak power output of 7.6 bhp at 7500 rpm. The torque output of this air-cooled, OHC engine is 8.04 Nm which can be achieved at 4500 rpm. Hero has equipped this bike with a four speed manual gearbox with all gears up- shift pattern.

Acceleration and Performance

The alteration made to this engine seems to be effective as this bike feels more responsive and quick than its Plus variant. It now reaches 0-60km/hr in less than 8 seconds. Its revised gear ratios are also helpful while driving in city traffic. The power and torque output of this engine is available early. This bike can reach a top speed of 85km/hr. The crispy gear ratios remove the laziness from this engine. It still can’t go pass the engines of Bajaj bikes in terms of high end performance and pick up but feels certainly better if you talk about refinement. It’s a very silent motor which bothers you least when rev hard. The early availability of torque has resulted into better throttle response and that can be easily felt when it’s in big gears at low rpms. There is very less power offered by this engine after 6000rpm and that disappoints you highways. However noise and harshness levels are very less and that gives it an advantage over others. It’s not the best engineered engine in its class but surely has the quality and potential to impress you.


Fuel efficiency of Hero Splendor Pro is more or less similar to its Plus variant but shorter gear ratios have increased its performance which has cut down its fuel efficiency marginally. This may give you a fuel efficiency of around 62-66km/ltr in city conditions while it increases by 5-7km/ltr on highways.

Comfort while Driving

There are no changes in this department. You won’t find its riding posture different than the regular Splendor. It’s still best for city commuters with an easy reach to its handle bar. There is no change in the quality of plastic buttons either. Front-set foot pegs and comfortable seat are carried over from the Plus variant.

Storage and Safety Features

Hero Splendor Pro has under seat storage space and utility box to keep the essentials. Moreover it features rear bag hook and carrier which can be used to carry bags. Pass button, multi reflector light and front leg guard are some of the standard safety features in this bike.

Suspension and Brakes

Hero Splendor Pro shares its suspension and braking system with its cheaper sibling Splendor Plus. At the front of this bike, it has telescopic forks while it features swing arm with adjustable hydraulic shock absorbers at the back. Its braking system consists of effective drum brakes of 130mm on its both front and rear wheel. Unfortunately, there is no option of disc brake in this bike.

Ride and Handling

Hero Splendor Pro is based on the same platform of its Plus variant which means it has similar physical dynamics. There is a lot of sense of familiarity in the ride and handling of this bike. There is nothing new in its ride quality which is not good news. The same skinny tyres and wheelbase of 1230mm finds it hard to make it stable at high speeds and around sharp corners. Nasty potholes and speed breakers are still a matter of concern due to its low ground clearance (159mm).


Splendor Pro is available in seven shades: Granite blue, Black with purple stripe I, Black with purple stripe II, Black with purple .stripe III, Black with silver stripe, Cloud silver and Candy red


Hero Honda Splendor Pro is available in 4 variants: kick start and spoke wheels, self-start and spoke wheels, kick start and alloy wheels, self-start and alloy wheels.


Hero Splendor Pro ranges from INR 44.15K-47.15K (ex-showroom, Delhi (approx., may vary)). Yes, this is the price of a 100cc bike which has nothing to do with style and feels like many entry level bikes in terms of ride and performance. So, do you wonder what makes it so expensive; it’s the trust of Indians. Everyone believes in this bike and that’s the reason why it has been the world’s largest selling bike for many years. But not any-more, recently Bajaj Discover took over this bike and it’s a big warning for Hero. They should understand that people now look for complete value for money bikes not for old fashioned and expensive bikes.


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(2 users found this helpful)

A dependable bike, Splendor Pro gives no problem is handled with care ... read more

Best Features: Carrier helps to carry luggage. Helps farmers to carry bags

Pros: Engine quality, built quality, mileage

Cons: Sound after releasing clutch

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I think after separation from honda, Hero has lost its grip over quality of commuter bikes. They boast 70 kmpl and above but I get only 45-55 mileage riding at economy speed. ... read more

Best Features: Handling is best.

Pros: Handling, acceleration

Cons: Mileage, poor customer service, uncomfortable, poor suspension

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