Is Hero Pleasure Plus stylish and affordable?

The Hero Pleasure Plus is a 110-cc scooter made especially to satisfy the demands and tastes of juvenile riders. Its unique and striking style makes this scooter stand out from the crowd and conveys an air of adventure and pleasure. 

The Hero Pleasure Plus is not only lovely to look at but also loaded with features that make it a useful and easy option for riders. Its features, which include an integrated braking system, under-seat storage, and a mobile charging outlet, make it a convenient and adaptable choice for everyday commuting or leisurely excursions.

The Pleasure Plus's classic design language provides a fantastic dose of freshness. The scooter appears slightly larger and more appealing due to the large headlamp and the massive plastic unit that is flanked by turn indicators. Some curved lines that flow exceptionally effectively throughout are displayed in the side angle. There's a little more ferocity in the back because of the more aggressive tail lamp unit. Although it looks a little better than the previous Pleasure, the instrument cluster is still drab and uninspired.

An 110.9-cc engine powering the Pleasure Plus produces 8 PS at 7000 rpm and 8.70 Nm at 5500 rpm. Hero's patented i3S technology, on the other hand, gives the Xtec models a minor mileage advantage. In essence, i3S technology is a start-stop mechanism intended to increase mileage when driven on congested highways.

The new engine is the reason why the Pleasure Plus is faster and more powerful than the Pleasure. The engine is linear, smooth, and powerful enough to manoeuvre through tight spaces with ease. Moreover, the throttle response is snappy. This hero can travel at a rather comfortable 70 kmph. You would be let down if you attempted to surpass it. The ideal city speeds are 45 to 50 mph, which is also the best range to hang out. Following that, vibrations started to appear on the floorboard.

The Pleasure Plus Xtec exudes luxury thanks to its chrome accents, which include the headlamp cover, mirrors, and minor details all over. A semi-digital instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity is also included. A variety of warnings, including tow away, topple, speed, geofencing, and vehicle start, are available through Hero Connect. 

Other features
The Hero Connect app helps the scooter riders that they can also find their scooter in a parking lot. However, the LX and VX models lack i3S technology, chrome mirrors, a backrest, and Bluetooth connectivity. It comes with a halogen headlight and an analogue console with a little digital insert.

Suspension and Brakes
The Pleasure Plus's underbone frame is supported by a swingarm-mounted rear monoshock and a bottom link-style fork up front. Sadly, Hero does not even provide a front disc as a choice. Every variant has 130mm CBS drum units on both ends.

  • It is lightweight and manoeuvrable in a parking lot.
  • With the new styling, it looks adorable and vintage.
  • Larger engines make riding more effortless.
  • Feels uneasy when moving faster.
  • In order to stop rapidly, brakes must be squeezed strongly because they don't provide much feel.
  • Overlooks a digital redout that occurs in the instrument cluster.

Price and Variants
Hero Pleasure Plus is priced between Rs. 70,838 and Rs. 82,738 in India. There are five different Hero Pleasure Plus variants: Hero Pleasure Plus LX, Hero Pleasure Plus VX, Hero Pleasure Plus XTEC ZX, Hero Pleasure Plus XTEC ZX Jubilant Yellow, and Hero Pleasure Plus XTEC Connected. Hero Pleasure Plus XTEC Connected is the most expensive model, costing Rs. 82,738.

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