Hero MotoCorp Launches Passion Xtec Motorcycle; price starts at INR 74,590, Auto News, ET Auto

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Hero Passion XTec

New Delhi:

The country’s largest two-wheeler manufacturer, Hero MotoCorp, on Friday launched the new Passion ‘XTec’ motorcycle with a price starting at INR 74,590 (ex-showroom Delhi). It has two variants Drum priced at INR 74,590 and Disc priced at INR 78,990, the company said in a statement.
Variant Price (Ex-showroom, Delhi)
Drumming INR 74,590
Disk INR 78,990

The motorcycle is powered by a 110cc engine with an output of 9 BHP at 7500 rpm and an on-demand torque of 9.79 NM at 5000 rpm. It comes with patented i3S technology for better power efficiency, Hero said.

The model comes with a 5-year warranty. Some of its features include LED headlamp, fully digital dashboard with Bluetooth connectivity, SMS and call alerts, real-time mileage indicator, low fuel indicator, kickstand engine cut-off side panel and a maintenance reminder.

Hero MotoCorp Launches Passion Xtec Motorcycle;  price starts at INR 74,590
Malo Le Masson, Head of Global Product Strategy and Planning, Hero MotoCorp, said, “The Passion XTec, with its new features and smart design, is a compelling product that will delight the nation’s youth. Our “XTec” product line such as the Splendor+ XTec, Glamor 125 XTec, Pleasure+ 110 XTec and Destini 125 XTec has received an overwhelming response from customers and we expect the Passion XTec to continue this trend. . »

Hero MotoCorp Launches Passion Xtec Motorcycle;  price starts at INR 74,590
Ranjivjit Singh, Director of Growth at Hero MotoCorp, said, “The Hero Passion is an iconic brand and has enjoyed massive customer trust for over a decade. With its new styling and attitude, the Passion XTec will appeal to new age riders and with the latest technology features it will set the benchmark for the segment. We are confident that the Passion XTec will allow us to further consolidate our leadership in the country’s motorcycle segment.

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The company further stated, “The price revision has been necessitated to partially offset ever-increasing overall cost inflation, including raw material prices.”

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