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  • 205 is the Section Width of a tyre
  • 55 is Aspect Ratio of tyre
  • 16 is Diameter of the wheel rim
  • 91 is maximum Load Capacity
  • v is the Speed symbol


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The optimum Hero Passion tyre pressure level is 28 PSI in the front and 33 PSI in the rear tyre. For accurate pressure levels, refer to the owner's manual.

No, you should avoid mixing brands for the front and rear tyres. Using different tyre brands for Hero Passion may hamper with its performance and ride quality.

If the OEM fitment has a spoke rim/wheel, you should opt for tube-type bike tyres. If the OEM fitment has an alloy rim/wheel, you should opt for tubeless bike tyres.

The optimum speed and load index rating of a tyre for Hero Passion is 42P for the front tyre, i.e the tyre can carry a load of 150kg at the maximum speed of 150km/h.

The recommended Hero Passion 100 cc front tyre size is 2.75-18/42P and Hero Passion 100 cc rear tyre size is 3.00-18/52P

Hero Passion Tyre Size & Price Guide

 Hero Passion Variant  Passion Front Tyre Passion Rear Tyre 
 Tyre Size  Tyre Size
Passion 100 cc 2.75-18 3.00-18
 Passion Pro 110 cc 80/100-18 80/100-18

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