Hero Splendor Pro Classic

Hero Splendor Pro Classic


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Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 51,405
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Colour Options and Price in India
Bike Variant 2018 Hero Splendor Pro Classic
Availability Status in India Discontinued
2-Wheeler Type Commuter
Latest Price in India 2018 Hero Splendor Pro Classic price was Rs 51,405 before being discontinued.
Fuel Type Petrol
Colour Options Solid Maroon, Carbon Black
Official Tagline Karo Celebrate Singlehood
Engine Details Air Cooled, 4 - Stroke Single Cylinder OHC
Fuel System Side Draft, Variable Venturi Type with TCIS
Cooling Air Cooling
Engine cc (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 50.0 mm
Stroke 49.5 mm
Number of Gears 4
Clutch Multi Plate Wet
Mileage 60-70 kmpl (approx.)
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 Type
Rear Tyre 2.75 x 18 - 48 P / 6 PR, Unidirectional Type
Front Wheel 18 x 1.60, Spoke wheels
Rear Wheel 18 x 1.60, Spoke wheels
Wheel Type Spoke Wheels
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Rear Suspension Swing Arm with 5 Step Adjustable Type Hydraulic Shock Absorbers
Frame (Chassis) Tubular, Double Cradle
Overall Length 1935 mm
Overall Width 720 mm
Overall Height 1020 mm
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Seat Height 785 mm
Wheelbase 1230 mm
Kerb Weight 109 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 11 litres
Reserve Fuel Capacity 1.4 litres
Speedometer Analogue
Tachometer None
Trip Meter None
Fuel Gauge Analogue
Pass Light
Battery Type Maintenance Free
Capacity 3 Ah
Voltage M-4: 12 V
Head Light 12 V -35 W / 35W - Halogen bulb round Multi Reflector Type
Tail Light 12 V - 5 / 21 W Round
Turn Signal Light (Front) 12 V - 10 W x 4 nos Round
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat

Hero Splendor Pro Classic Review

15 Dec, 2015 10:58 AM

Quick Review by Maxabout Team

Once dead, the time of cafe racers again comes up, with every bike customized in order to be what the originals were at their time. The classic approach of a Cafe racer fascinated the modern human in such a way that manufacturers have started producing them at mass production level.

One of them in India is the Splendor Pro Classic, India's own cafe racer. The Royal Enfield Continental GT was the first one to be launched as a cafe racer, which people desired to have with them. The price was too much for a normal rider, making the same craze fall on the Splendor Pro Classic at its launch.

Design & Style

A totally different definition of style, the Hero's cafe racer is a blend of classic look with every basic technology required by commuters for their daily life driving. It comes with a lot of chrome, as the decade old models like CD 100 and Boxer. The chrome clearly justifies its purpose of manufacturing, remembering those old golden days.

The headlight stays round and the seat comes up as a single seat arrangement. A curved round piece of plastic declares the tail section of the bike, with its standard skinny tyres with spoke wheels remaining the same as usual. The chrome mirrors add up to its classic heritage and makes it a really different product in the segment. The single stylish seat differentiates it from all the classic looking offerings in the market.

Instrument Console

The chrome ringed bowls of the Splendor Pro have been carried over to its cafe Racer version. The left holds the speedometer and the odometer and the right one has a fuel gauge and pro badging inside it. The tachometer is missing from the whole scenario.

Engine & Performance

The engine on the Classic cafe racer remains the same like other Splendor bikes under production. The 97.2 cc unit produces 8.2 BHP @ 8000 rpm and 8.05 NM @ 5000 rpm. The performance of the bike is equal compared to the cousins but due to its single seat arrangement, the single rider driving condition will make it partially fuel efficient and responsive to the throttle. The engine returns a very impressive mileage of 60-70 kmpl and the 11 litre fuel tank allows it to be on long rides anytime.

Brakes & Suspension

The suspension work on the Hero Splendor Pro cafe racer is handled by hydraulic telescopic forks at the front and the conventional swing arm with 5 step adjustability at the rear. The braking has been kept passive with the same 130 mm drum brakes for the front and 110mm for rear of the bike. Spoke wheels for a classic appeal have been used on the new cafe racer. It comes with a neat 180 mm of ground clearance and a 785 mm of seat height.

Shades & Ex-showroom Price

The Splendor Pro Classic is available in two shades namely Solid Maroon and Candy Black with a price tag of INR 50,500. The bike is one of its kinds in a 100 cc segment and turn heads for sure when running on the road.


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Questions and Answers

Most Popular Answers for Hero Splendor Pro Classic
Can the seat height of Hero Splendor PRO Classic be raised (adjusted)?
29 December 2022 05:49
The seat height of Hero Splendor Pro Classic is 785 mm and it cannot be raised through any switch of manual lever. the only way to raise the seat height is by adding cushions to your seat through aftermarket shops. That will raise your seat height by few mm but the comfort level may change from the original one. It can also cause a wrong sitting position and fatigue on long rides. The bike comes with the same engine being used in many of the Hero entry level motorcycles, which include Hero Splendor, Passion and HF Deluxe. The 97.2 cc motor produces 8.2 BHP and 8.05 NM of torque. The bike comes with a single seat and use of chrome makes it an attractive option for everyday riding.

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User Reviews for Hero Splendor Pro

Reviews Submitted by Maxabout Community

Definitely everyone has to trust on Splendor Pro

Jiwaji N. Katore | 5 years ago
helpful 2

Weight, pickup, engine and long driving efficiency are best. I have driven it nonstop 3 to 4 hours on NH4 many times.

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

Pros: Engine quality, built quality, mileage

Cons: Sound after releasing clutch

Value For Money
Customer Service

Not up to mark

utsav nayak | 4 years ago
helpful 6

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. On highway it gives nearly 60 kmpl at constant economy speed. Its seat is irritating, after 30 km riding you don't want to ride, poor suspension. Only thing beat is acceleration and speed comparing small engine. It won't start by self start but you have to kick at early morning. I don't suggest this bike for purchase.

Best Features: Handling is best.

Pros: Handling, acceleration

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

Value For Money
Customer Service

Retro Style Motorcycle at a Budget

Abhishek Rawat | 7 years ago
helpful 2

One of the best bike to ride. Its overall height make it easy to handle in heavy traffic. One flat seat is comfortable for long tours. It returns me 60-70 kmpl mileage which is my major reason to purchase this bike. I am happy to own this motorcycle.

Best Features: Mileage and Comfort

Pros: Price, Comfort, Style, Performance, Mileage

Cons: No Pillion seat

Value For Money
Customer Service

Economical Classy Bike

niketan bhatt | 8 years ago
helpful 0

This is all new class looking bike. The throttle response of the motorcycle is quicker and sudden in nature as compared to other Splendor variants. Its kerb weight is low which makes it handy in city riding. The ergonomics is typical commuter-ish with comfortable front foot pegs, upward seating position and easily reachable handlebars. This bike is budget friendly and is fuel efficient and gives me a mileage of 61 to 65 km/l in cities and 68 to 73 km/l on highways. The bike has no front disc which is essential if we see the Indian road conditions and centre stand is also not present which can be a hurdle in the comfort of pillion rider.

Best Features: Fuel Efficient & Excellent Mileage

Pros: Refined APDV engine, excellent mileage, superb styling, value for money, fuel efficient, handling comfort, low kerb weight

Cons: No front disc, no centre stand, akwardly set front foot pegs, single seater

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Hero Splendor Pro Classic Comments

User Comments
MOjiZ!! MOJo
5 years ago

What is rake or trail of this bike?

Amit patra
8 years ago

the feel is different with this bike as hero motor cop has done great work by creating splendar pro classic but does'nt mean you can create the old look

by creating this types of bike i did'nt got that feel.

Swapnil Gaikwad
8 years ago

97.2 cc engine, Drum brakes & this is a café RACER(?) bike...Wahhh

tejas more
9 years ago

copy of royal enfield continental gt.......aahem copy cat hero motors...

9 years ago

Its looks like Yamaha RX 100. If its a two seater Cafe Racer that could made it success. Enfield Cafe Racer is also failed in the market coz of ONE SEAT.

9 years ago

its all the same, but seating gives it a great look, differnt from all other hero bikes. i feel front part should be made heavy, and its only 99cc

Ali Jafar
9 years ago

Nice Bike for the Lovers of Cafe Racer & RD350 :)

what will be the On Road Cost? and when it will be Launch?

Whats the Mileage???

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