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  • Q. Sir how much is the mileage practically going - Passion Pro?

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    Deepan
    Deepan | 1 year ago

    I bought it recently. I got 78kms mileage when I ride between 40 and 55km speed. And i got 44kms mileage when i ride in top speed like 60 kms to 75 kms speed

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    Anirudha
    Anirudha | 1 year ago

    In my opinion practicality it gives 60+,which is my model.

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    Sachin
    Sachin | 3 months ago

    From 40 kmph to 60 kmph it will give you around 60 kmph

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