Hero Does it With 'Pleasure'

The company, known for its motorcycles, has been focusing on the scooter division and preparing to update the models.

Published: 06th April 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th April 2014 03:08 PM   |  A+A-

03motor.jpgTwo-wheeler giant Hero MotoCorp is sprucing up its scooter portfolio. After showcasing the updated Hero Pleasure last year, the company has officially launched the scooter.

Pleasure now comes with cosmetic updates and new additional features. Exterior changes include restyled headlight, taillight, indicators and grab rail. The instrument cluster has been also changed with an addition of side stand indicator. The cosmetic changes are subtle but make the new Pleasure look more compact and edgy, and this should appeal to the youngsters. Besides this, there are 10 colour options to choose from where the customers can select their scooter in either mono and dual-tone shades.

Other notable features include LED light in the underseat storage area, mobile charging socket and lockable glove box, IBS (integrated braking system) which is similar to Honda’s Combi Brake Sytem (CBS) and helps in reducing the braking distance by close to 15 per cent. The Pleasure also comes with tubeless tyres that make the ride and handling very good.

The new Pleasure will be powered by the same 102cc mill as found on the standard scooter producing 6.8PS of power. The new Pleasure is priced for cast wheels version at `45,960 and for alloys and IBS version at Rs 47,075 (ex-showroom).


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