Hero Motocorp unveiled a refreshed Pleasure at an event held in New Delhi in October last year. The two-wheeler giant said that products seen at the event (about 10 products were shown) would eventually launch in the market within six months.
The upgraded Pleasure sports larger headlights and indicators at the front, while the tail section receives sharply cut taillights extending into the body of the scooter. The refreshed Pleasure continues to be powered by an air-cooled, four-stroke, 102 cc engine producing 6.74 hp at 7,000 rpm and 7.85 Nm of torque at 5,000 rpm.
The new Pleasure will feature Hero's IBS (Integrated Braking System) which functions exactly like Honda's Combi Brake system in engaging the front and rear brakes with the press of the handlebar brake lever. Hero says that it has applied to patent this technology, and in future, more of its products would feature IBS as standard.
Other features in the scooter include a mobile phone charging socket, side stand indicator, lockable glovebox and a light bulb in the storage compartment.
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