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Hero Scooters Get Dearer


Price hikes of two-wheelers don’t give us any pleasure but it is in their destiny

It has been over six months since Hero launched the BS6 versions of its scooter line-up with minor updates given to each one of them. With the market struggling as it is, Hero has decided to up the asking price of the Pleasure Plus and the Destini 125 by a small margin. Here are the new ex-showroom Delhi prices:

Model

Variant

New Prices

Old Prices

Difference

Pleasure Plus

Sheet Metal Wheels

Rs 56,100

Rs 54,800

Rs 1,300

Alloy Wheels

Rs 58,100

Rs 56,800

Rs 1,300

Destini 125

Sheet Metal Wheels

Rs 65,810

Rs 65,310

Rs 500

Alloy Wheels

Rs 68,600

Rs 66,100

Rs 500

Price hikes have become the norm now and Hero isn’t the first manufacturer to revise prices of its two-wheelers in recent times. That said, Hero’s price hike is one of the lowest ones out there. And even after this revised pricing, the premium over their BS4 versions is very low.

Hero’s subtle updates for the Destini 125 included an LED DRL, a new logo and an additional colour option. It is powered by a 125cc fuel-injected motor that belts out 9.12PS and 10.4Nm -- 0.12PS less and 0.2Nm more than the BS4 models.

The smaller Pleasure Plus doesn’t get too many new features in its BS6 guise either. You get chrome headlight surrounds, stylish accents on the side panels and a chrome-finished 3D logo on the alloy wheel trim. The more appealing bit is that the 110cc fuel-injected BS6 motor makes the same 8.15PS and 8.7Nm at nearabout the same revs.

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