Hero Pleasure Plus Xtec launched at Rs 69,500

    The scooter gets a digi-analogue instrument cluster with Bluetooth connectivity that features call and SMS alerts.

    Published On Oct 11, 2021 06:36:00 PM

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    Hero Pleasure Plus Xtec launched at Rs 69,500

    Hero has launched its Pleasure Plus Xtec at Rs 69,500 (ex-showroom, Delhi). This version sits above the LX (Rs 61,900), VX (Rs 64,200) and ZX (Rs 66,400) variants of the Pleasure Plus.

    • Gets updated instrumentation

    • New LED headlight

    • Hero’s start-stop tech added

    The Indian two-wheeler company has added another Xtec variant. However, this time it’s on the company’s entry-level scooter, the Pleasure Plus. This is the highest-spec Pleasure Plus and it gets a few unique features.

    Firstly, the scooter gets a digi-analogue instrument cluster that features Bluetooth connectivity with call and SMS alerts. Other features include a side-stand cut off function and Hero’s start-stop tech called i3S. This version of the scooter also gets an LED headlight that’s said to have 25 percent “more light intensity” and a unique yellow paint scheme. 

    It also shares cosmetic elements like the chrome treatment on mirrors, exhaust, backrest and fender with the ZX (Platinum) variant. The Pleasure Plus Xtec does not have any mechanical updates and carries on with the 8hp, 8.7Nm, 110cc, single-cylinder engine. 

    Also see:

    2019 Hero Pleasure Plus review, test ride

    Hero MotoCorp Bikes

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