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Hero Passion Pro vs Honda Unicorn

Honda Unicorn Price starts at Rs. 94,548 which is Rs. 28,808 costlier than base model of Hero Passion Pro priced at Rs. 65,740. The claimed mileage . In technical specifications, Hero Passion Pro is powered by 113.2 cc engine , while Honda Unicorn is powered by 162.7 cc engine. Hero Passion Pro is available in 4 different colours while Honda Unicorn comes with 3 colours. 50% users have chosen Honda Unicorn over Hero Moto Corp Passion Pro in a survey being conducted on zigwheels.com.

Hero Passion Pro vs Honda Unicorn Comparison

Key Highlights Passion Pro Unicorn
Ex-Showroom Price Rs. 65,740 Rs. 94,548
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol
Engine Displacement 113.2 cc 162.7 cc
Power 9.14 PS @ 7500 rpm 12.91 PS @ 7500 rpm

Hero Passion Pro vs Honda Unicorn Summary

Specs Passion Pro BS6 DrumUnicorn STD
Ex-Showroom Price Rs. 65,740View On Road Price Rs. 94,548View On Road Price
Rating
4.0
(391 Ratings)
4.3
(116 Ratings)
Engine Type Air Cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder OHC 4 stroke, SI, BS-VI Engine
Engine Displacement (CC) 113.2 cc 162.7 cc
Body Type CommuterAll Commuter Bikes CommuterAll Commuter Bikes
Power (PS@rpm) 9.14 PS @ 7500 rpm 12.91 PS @ 7500 rpm
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol
Transmission Type Manual Manual
Colors
Brakes Front Drum Disc
Brakes Rear Drum Drum
Braking Type Integrated Braking System ...
Wheel Size Front :-457.2 mm,Rear :-457.2 mm Front :-457.2 mm,Rear :-457.2 mm
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Alloy Alloy
ABS no Single Channel
Starting Kick and Self Start Kick and Self Start
Speedometer Analogue Analogue
Insurance Rs. 5,388Passion Pro Insurance Rs. 8,628Unicorn Insurance

Engine Type Air Cooled, 4 - stroke single cylinder OHC 4 stroke, SI, BS-VI Engine
Engine Displacement (CC) 113.2 cc 162.7 cc
Power (PS@rpm) 9.14 PS @ 7500 rpm 12.91 PS @ 7500 rpm
Torque (Nm@rpm) 9.79 Nm @ 5000 rpm 14 Nm @ 5500 rpm
Emission Type bs6 bs6
Bore 53 mm 57.3 mm
Stroke 49.5 mm 63.1 mm
No Of Cylinders 1 1
Drive Type Chain Drive Chain Drive
Valve Per Cylinder 2 2
Fuel Type Petrol Petrol
Compression Ratio 10:01 10±0.2
Transmission Type Manual Manual
No Of Gears 4 Speed 5 Speed

Brakes Front Drum Disc
Brakes Rear Drum Drum
Braking Type Integrated Braking System ...

Suspension-Front Telescopic hydraulic shock absorber Telescopic
Chassis Tubular Double Cradle Diamond Type
Suspension-Rear Swing Arm with 5-Step Adjustable Hydraulic Shock Absorbers Hydraulic Type (Monoshock)

Tyre Size Front :-2.75-18 Rear :-3.00-18 Front :-80/100-18 Rear :-100/90-18
Wheel Size Front :-457.2 mm,Rear :-457.2 mm Front :-457.2 mm,Rear :-457.2 mm
Tyre Type Tubeless Tubeless
Radial Tyre ...
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy) Alloy Alloy
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider) 25 psi ...

Length*Width*Height ... 2081*756*1103
Wheelbase(mm) 1270 mm 1335 mm
Length ... 2081 mm
Ground Clearance (mm) 180 mm 187 mm
Height ... 1103 mm
Seat Height ... 798 mm
Width ... 756 mm
Fuel Capacity (Litres) 11 L 13 L
Kerb Weight ... 140 kg
Tail Light Bulb Bulb
Front Brake Diameter 130 mm 240 mm
Rear Brake Diameter 130 mm 130 mm

Battery Type Maintenance Free 12 V, 4 Ah
LED tail lights ...
Turn Signal Lamp Bulb Bulb

ABS no Single Channel
Body Type Commuter Bikes Commuter Bikes
Body Graphics ...
Starting Kick and Self Start Kick and Self Start
Seat Type Single Single
Pass Switch
Speedometer Analogue Analogue
Tachometer ... Analogue
Trip Meter Digital Analogue
Low Fuel Warning Lamp ...
Clock ...
Stepup Seat ... With Long Seat
Passenger Footrest
Cooling System Air Cooled Air Cooled
Console Analogue and Digital Analogue
Odometer Digital Analogue

Standard Warranty (Years) ... 3+3
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    Q. Which bike is best Passion Pro 110, Passion XPro, Super Splendor, Pulsar Neon 150 or Discover 125 in terms of mileage, price, looks and maintenance?
    • The mileage, price and maintenance of the bike would differ according to the engine cubic capacity and the features offered. The more power leads to less fuel economy and maintenance price. Moreover, if you are looking to go for a well-balanced bike, with better price, good looks, low maintenance and mileage. You cay go for the Bajaj Pulsar as it has been loaded with features, has great mileage and good ergonomics.However, you may take a test ride of the bikes to evaluate the ride comfort, features and build quality of the bikes.Click here for the dealership: https://www.zigwheels.com/bikes/dealers
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    • For avg passion pro 110 best ,but in performance super splendar is best.
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    Q. Which bike I have to purchase passion or honda shine.
    • The Passion Pro has been around for a while now and being an old product has not much going for it. The design looks dated and there is not much on offer in terms of equipment. The frugal and bulletproof engine is a big positive but then there are quite a few modern and equally capable motorcycles available in the market. on the other hand, the Honda CB Shine still remains a safe bet if you’re keen on buying a 125cc commuter. The simple styling and frugal and reliable engine have made the CB Shine a product that is hard to be ignored. Pricing is on the higher side and the styling wouldn’t appeal to all but it ticks all the right boxes of being a proper 125cc commuter. Click on the given link to compare botrh the bikes: https://www.zigwheels.com/bike-comparison/hero-moto-corp-passion-pro-vs-honda-cb-shine
    • As per the Zigwheels_Expert "Passion Pro is an old product and hast not much going for it." i agreed with the statement and it is for 100 CC, but the service and mileage is provided by passion pro, we cant find in any other bike of same specification. The look of Passion Pro 110 CC is extra ordinary. As i told in my previous review that "Second Look is Guarantee". One of my colleague purchased the CB Shine 125cc but not satisfied with the bike as he has Hero Honda Splendor bike before. He says "Woh maza nahi aa raha hai jo apni bike mein tha" rest is upto you Sandip.
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    Q. What is the difference between drum alloy and disc alloy - Passion Pro 110?
    • Drums are made from cast iron and are named for their “drum-like” shape. Drum brakes work by forcing 2 arched “shoes” housed within the drum, to expand outward into the inner wall of the spinning drum, using hydraulic and centrifugal force. This generates friction, slowing the drum and your bike.A disc brake system is comprised of a large metal rotor, 2 flat brake pads and a hydraulic clamp called a “caliper”. Pressing the brake with disc brakes, forces brake fluid to fill the caliper. A metal piston inside the caliper is then forced against the back of each brake pad. This presses the pad’s friction material against the spinning rotor, quickly slowing the brake rotor.My suggestion is if you had a bike with drum break previously then you should go with drum break only, do not try the disc break as it stops the bike at sudden. and if you could not control the bike you and bike may fall and you could get injured.
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    • Disc brakes are more power full
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