A new prototype of Hero's upcoming scooter Dash has been spied undergoing testing, this time showing the scooter's external fuel-filler.
Hero's 110cc scooter Dash has been in the news for quite a while. Now, the latest set spy shots of the Dash comes from Gaadiwaadi and in the images, the prototype is seen almost covered up, but we can see a few things. Judging from the images, Hero Dash is likely to get external fuel-filler, which would sit above the tail-light of the scooter and right beneath the grab rail.
Expected to see the new Dash shed its camouflage later this year, Hero's 110cc scooter will rival Honda Activa, Yamaha Alpha and TVS Jupiter. The scooter will sit above Hero Maestro and will draw its power from 111cc 4-stroke, air-cooled engine, which can churn out a power of 8.44bhp and a peak toque of 9.4Nm.
Riding on 90/90/12 front and 90/90/10 rear tyres with alloy wheels, Dash will get drum brakes both in the front and rear and telescopic forks at the front. It comes with Hero MotoCorp's integrated braking system.
Other features expected include mobile charging socket, low fuel and service due indicators, digital instrument console and under-seat storage space light.
In terms of dimension, Hero Dash is likely to be 1,850mm in length, 822mm in width and 1,270mm in width. As for ground clearance Hero Dash is expected to offer 155mm and gets six litre fuel tank.
Speaking of pricing, the scooter is likely to be priced around ₹55,000.