The overall ergonomics of the Passion XPro is just like the Passion Pro. But due to a different fuel tank design, it feels as if the rider is sitting a bit higher than usual. The seating triangle is perfect for relaxed and long hours riding. The springs on this bike has been stiffened, giving it a firm ride, marginally.
The 110cc motor has been turned to offer good amount of torque in the low and mid-range. The engine characteristics on the Passion XPro is just like the Passion Pro. It’s possible to ride as low as 25kmph in the fourth gear. There’s decent grunt as well, which takes care of the extra pillion load. The motor feels smooth in the low revs, but as you go higher on the revs, the handlebar, footpegs and fuel tank gets buzzy. The clutch is light to use, but the gearshifts could have been better. Luckily, the front disc brake on the Passion XPro works the way it is supposed to. It offers good bite and feel. The rear, too, has decent power to stop the bike on its own without any drama.