Hero Passion Pro TR Review

The Hero Passion Pro TR is an entry level bike manufactured by a renowned two wheeler manufacturing company Hero. The Passion Pro TR, just like other bikes of Hero, is budget friendly, however, it’s looks and designs will make you think once.

The Hero Passion Pro TR is built on the same platform as of the original Passion Pro. However, the bike looks slightly different than the original one because of some new additions. The new Pro TR features high front mudguard having the small one below it. Also, the bike features knee pab which is a new thing to see, and the bike is also painted with new graphic design.

Besides, the Pro TR features the height and length of 1085 mm and 1980 mm respectively. Further, the front wheel maintains the gap of 1235 mm from the rear one and the lower part of the bike is 165 mm away from the ground. Moreover, the bike is equipped with telescopic hydraulic shock absorbers front suspension and swing arm with 5 step adjustable type hydraulic S rear suspension.

Also, Hero has featured the bike with air cooled, 4 stroke, single cylinder, OHC 97 cc engine which is able to provide maximum power of 7.7 bhp @ 7500 RPM and maximum torque of 8.04 Nm @ 4500 RPM. Also, the bike possesses side draft, variable venturi type with TCIS carburetor.

Furthermore, Hero has been exporting the Pro TR in Nepal under the dealership of Nepal General Marketing Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 165,000


 Body Type



 119 kg


 1980 mm


 1085 mm
 840 mm


 1235 mm

 Ground Clearance

 165 mm




 12.8 liters

 Engine Type

 Air Cooled, 4-Stroke Single Cylinder OHC

 Maximum Power

 7.7 bhp @ 7500 RPM

 Maximum Torque

 8 Nm @ 4500 RPM


 97 cc

 Box X Stroke

 50.0 x 49.5 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Telescopic Hydraulic Shock Absorbers

 Rear Suspension

 Swing Arm with 5 Step Adjustable Type Hydraulic S

 Front Tyre

 2.75 x 18 – 6 PR / 50 L

Rear Tyre

 3.00 x 18 – 6 PR / 52 P



 Front Brake


 Rear Brake






 No. of Gears



 Wet Multi-plate


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