The two-wheeler automaker gave a BS6 update to the 110cc Pleasure Plus earlier in January this year. The scooter was offered in the price range of Rs 54,800 - Rs 56,800 (ex-showroom). Now the company has increased the price of the scooter by Rs 1300. Furthermore, the two-wheeler has received its first price hike of Rs 1300 after the BS6 update. Thus the scooter after this update falls in the price bracket of Rs 56,100 - Rs 58,100 (ex-showroom). Despite the price hike, the scooter is still cheaper than its rival Honda Activa 6G.
Cosmetically, the BS6 Pleasure Plus gets chrome accents on the front, headlamp, and side. Other notable features include retro-styled headlamp, LED boot lamp, analogue speedometer, side stand indicator, utility box, a mobile charging port among others. The scooter draws its power from a 110.9cc, air-cooled, FI engine that generates 8 bhp power and 8.7 Nm torque. Further, it is mated to a dry automatic centrifugal clutch.
Hero MotoCorp launched the BS6 version of Destini 125 in the price range of Rs 65,310 - Rs 66,100 (ex-showroom) in February this year. The company has increased the price of this scooter by Rs 500. With the updated price, now it is available in the price range of Rs 65,810 - Rs 68,600 (ex-showroom).
The scooter is offered in two variants namely Sheet Metal wheel and Alloy wheel. In terms of design, the BS6 Destini 125 gets always-on headlamp, LED guide lamps, chrome brow, body-coloured rearview mirrors, premium dual seat, and many more. It is powered by a 124.6cc air-cooled, FI engine that churns out 9 bhp power and 10.4 Nm torque. The engine comes mated to a dry centrifugal automatic clutch.