Top Hero bikes in India: Which One Should You Buy

Hero MotoCorp is one of the most well-known motorcycle brands in India. It is the first choice of bike for most people. Having said this, if you are looking to buy a new Hero bike or upgrading to one, we are here to help.

Here’s a list of top Hero bikes in India and which one you should prefer.

  • Hero Passion Pro

Hero Passion Pro is a visually pleasing and a premium commuter launched by the company. The bike has the same iconic power motor of 97.2cc and torque of 8Nm at 5000 rpm. Overall, Hero Passion Pro is fuel-efficient and provides a mileage of 70kmpl. 

The riding posture of this bike is upright, making it comfortable for the rider. It is a good option for you if you are looking for a reliable bike with visually appealing features. It comes as no surprise that Passion Pro is among the top-selling bikes in India even after 15 years of its launch.

  • Hero Glamour

Hero Glamour is available in BS6 compliant version and has two different variants – disc and drum. The bike has a new 125cc fuel-injected motor with an all-new five-speed gearbox. It has upgraded suspension setup, offering a better journey than the BS4 compliant version. 

The features of Hero Glamour are quite similar to that of TVS Apache. The bike has a real-time mileage indicator and a start-stop system installed in it. It is in competition with the new Honda SP 125 and Bajaj Pulsar 125 in the Indian market.

  • Hero Pleasure

Hero Pleasure is a light-weight scooter with a 102cc engine. It produces a maximum power of 6.91 bhp and a torque of 8.1 Nm. The bike comes with a single-cylinder engine and an automatic gearbox. 

The bike is mainly targeted towards the female audience of the country and offers a wide range of colour schemes. The most significant upgrade in Hero Pleasure is the new IBS which is similar to Hero Maestro’s combined braking system (CBS). It has a refreshed style and unique features that are more appealing than before.

  • Hero Super Splendor

Hero Super Splendor is a powerful version of Splendor. This bike comes with a 125cc engine that provides a maximum power of 10.84PS at 7500 rpm and torque of 10.6Nm at 6000 rpm. The bike has a single-cylinder engine with a four-speed manual gearbox. 

This bike has a single variant in India that comes with an electric start. It competes with the Bajaj Discover 100T, Honda CB Shine, and TVS Phoenix in the market. 

  • Hero HF Deluxe

Hero HF Deluxe is the company’s first entry-level BS6 compliant motorcycle. It comes with a 100cc engine and has a fuel-injection system along with XSens Technology that adjusts the air-fuel mixture in real-time. The engine produces a maximum power of 7.9 bhp and a torque of 8.05 Nm. The bike competes with Bajaj CT100, TVS Sport, and Honda CD 110 Dream in India.

Over To You!

Buying a Hero bike this year may be a dream come true for you. But there are certain things that you need to consider. These include a valid driver’s license, Hero Insurance for your bike, PUC certificate, Registration certification, and any other permit if required. 

You have to carry these documents with you at all times and need to provide them to the traffic police when asked. If you are upgrading from your existing Hero bike to a new Hero model, you can transfer your two wheeler insurance as well. This way, you do not have to buy a new insurance plan when buying a new bike.