Hero Pleasure Review

Hero is a popular name among us as it has manufactured numbers of budget-friendly bikes and scooters. The same company, dated back to 2006, launched its first scooter and named it Pleasure. However, in accordance to the passage of time, Hero changed the exterior of the scooter and launched it new platform.

The new Pleasure is built completely on the new design. The front part which used to be completely circle, is slightly made sharp which gives the scooter an stunning look. However, Hero following its tradition, has kept the headlight in the handle-zone. Also, the scooter comes with new attractive features like light in the luggage box, mobile charging socket, and new meter outlet.

Furthermore, the Pleasure is 1750 mm long and 1100 mm tall having the width of 705 mm and weight of 104 kg. Also, the front wheel of the scooter is 1240 mm away from the rear one and the chassis of the scooter maintains the gap of 125 mm from the ground. Besides, the scooter is equipped with bottom link with spring-loaded hydraulic damper front and swing arm with spring-loaded hydraulic damper rear suspensions.

Besides, in Nepal, Hero exports Pleasure in Nepal under the dealership of Nepal General Marketing Private Limited.

Price in Nepal: Rs. 1,56,000


 Body Type



 104 kg


 1750 mm


 1100 mm
 705 mm


 1240 mm

 Ground Clearance

 125 mm




 5 liters

 Engine Type

 4-Stroke, OHC, Single Cylinder, Air Cooled

 Maximum Power

 7 bhp

 Maximum Torque

 7.85 Nm


 102 cc

 Box X Stroke

 50.0 x 52.0 mm

 Starting System


 Final Drive




 Front Suspension

 Bottom Link with Spring-loaded Hydraulic Damper

 Rear Suspension

 Swing Arm with Spring – loaded Hydraulic Damper

 Front Tyre

 3.50 x 10 – 4 PR / 51 J

Rear Tyre

 3.50 x 10 – 4PR / 51 J



 Front Brake

 Internal Expanding Shoe Type (130 mm), Non-asbestos Type

 Rear Brake

 Internal Expanding Shoe Type (130 mm), Non-asbestos Type





 No. of Gears





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