Hero Passion Pro 100 Vs TVS Metro 100 Compare Review

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Hero Motorcycle
Hero Motorcycle is the World's single largest two–wheeler motorcycle company. Honda Motor Company of Japan and the Hero Group entered a joint venture to setup Hero Honda Motors Limited in 1984. The joint venture between India's Hero Group and Honda Motor Company, Japan has not only created the world's single largest two wheeler company but also one of the most successful joint ventures worldwide.

TVS Motorcycle
TVS Motor Company is the third largest two-wheeler manufacturer in India, with a revenue of over 13,000 Cr ($2 billion) in 2016-17. It is the flagship company of the Rs. 40,000 Cr ($6 billion, in 2014-15) TVS Group. The company has an annual sale of 3 million units and an annual capacity of over 4 million vehicles. TVS Motor Company is also the 2nd largest exporter in India with exports to over 60 Countries. TVS Motor Company Ltd (TVS Motor), member of the TVS Group, is the largest company of the group in terms of size and turnover, with more than 3 Cr (3 million) customers riding a TVS bike.

Hero Passion Pro 100 Vs TVS Metro 100
Hero Passion Pro 100 The TVS Metro 100 Motorcycle are almost same quality, and look like a same motorcycle but some features between two is really different. But both of these two motorcycle are very smart and stylish looking that will attract you I am sure. So let’s come with me and take a look of these two motorcycle.

ENGINE
Hero Passion Pro 100 motorcycle comes with a 4 stroke, single cylinder OHC engine and the TVS Metro 100 also comes with a single cylinder, 4 stroke and air cooled spark Ignition engine. Hero Passion Pro 100 motorcycle some strong part of engine that is 97.2cc engine , max power 5.74kw (7.8ps) @ 7500 rpm and max torque 0.82 kgf- m (8.04nm) @ 4500 rpm. Top speed of this motorcycle is 95 km/h, this motorcycle also have DC – Digital CDI with TCIS Ignition system and 20w50 Oil Grade. In the other side TVS Metro 100 motorcycle have a strong 99.7cc engine, Top speed 80km/h, max power 5.5 @ 7500 rpm, max torque 7.5 @ 5000 rpm. Both of these two motorcycle has gotten Electric and Kick startup system.

MILEAGE
Hero Passion Pro 100 Motorcycle has gotten big number of mileage that motorcycle is allowed to go for 55 km per liter. In the other hand TVS Metro 100 Motorcycle is little more than Hero passion motorcycle TVS Metro 100 is allowed to go for 70 km per litter.

GEAR
Hero Passion Pro 100 and TVS Metro 100 Motorcycle both of them are comes with 4 number of Gears. And TVS Metro have 1st 3.273 2nd 1.765 3rd 1.238 and 4th 0.958 Gears.

BODY
Hero Passion Pro 100 motorcycles body dimension is Length 1980, width 725 and Height 1075. Kerb weight of this motorcycle 116 KG and Fuel Tank capacity is 12.8 liter. TVS Metro 100 also have big body dimension that motorcycle Length is 1990mm Width 705mm and Height 1080mm. kerb weight of this TVS Metro 100 Motorcycle 103 KG and Fuel Tank capacity is 12.0 Liter.

BRAKES and TYRES
Brake of this Hero Passion Pro 100 motorcycle is front Disc and Rear Drum brake and Tyre size of this motorcycle Front 2.75 x 18 – 4 PR/42 p and Rear 3.00 x 18 – 6 PR/ 52 p. in the other side TVS Metro 100 motorcycles brake Front 110mm dia Hand Operated and Rear 110mm Foot Operated brake. And Tyre size of this motorcycle Front 2.75 x 17 – 4 play rating and Rear 3.00 x 17 – 6 play rating.



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