Mahindra Centuro : Review

Mahindra is well known for producing both the 4-wheeler & 2-wheeler in the Indian auto market. Being a successor in the 4-wheeler segment, where every model has its own design language, unique features & powerful execution. But, coming to the 2-wheeler segment the whole scenario is different as compare to the 4-wheeler segment.

The Mahindra is trying hard to pull the customers towards the 2-wheeler, but there is no any that much response as the 4-wheelers. So in order to be in the 2-wheeler competition, the auto maker is employing Italian technology for better output.

The first Italian technological bike from Mahindra is the ‘Stallio’ which was a flop model at that time. To brag the customers, Mahindra revamped & renamed the Stallio and debuted in to the market as Mahindra Pantero. With all the add on features & revamped elements, Pantero claimed some decent sales figures.

The only drawback with the Pantero is the design which looks aged & outdated, so to pleasure the 2-wheeler enthusiasts the bikemaker made some tweaks in the design and launched as the Mahindra Centuro 110.

Mahindra Centuro gets available in the market in colors as;


As of the design, the Mahindra Centuro is a completely refreshing model with new design cues. The bike is accessible to the customers in 2 – astounding colors schemes as Black & Red.

The headlamp unit with 2 LED pilot lamps not only gives better luminance but also elevates the premium look of the bike. The Golden Ribs (bent rods) below the fuel tank are more appealing & muscular too. While the red painted suspension spring at the rear enhances the look from sides.

The spoke wheels and the metallic panel on the exhaust pipe gives prominent stance to the bike. The graphics all-around the bike looks plusher.

The 12.7 liters robust fuel tank gives the macho look to the bike. Coming to the features it boasts India’s first remote flip key, which was the most promising new feature on the bike. This key also gets an LED torch light to find the ignition of the bike even in the dark nights.

This key has another switch which is for remote indicators. By pressing the button, the indicators start blinking, and thus, one can easily maneuver the bike from hard traffic.

The anti-theft system employed in the bike, in order to lock the engine when an unauthorized key is used to steel the bike.

The digital instrument console displays useful info regarding speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge along with a distance to empty meter.

The bike now measures 2031mm length, 780mm wide, and 1111mm height with a large wheelbase of 1265mm. The 173mm ground clearance gives driving capability to the rider.

The nicely cushioned 800mm seat height gives good comfort to both the rider and pillion and also enhance the driving condition of the rider. The 111 kg of bike weight gives hassle-free driving experience to the rider.


The same 106.7 cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4- stroke, an MCi-5 engine which was used in the Pantero, also serves the Mahindra Centuro very effectively. The engine pumps out a maximum 8.5 PS of power @ 7500 rpm with a peak torque of 8.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The 4- speed gearbox completes the transmission very efficasisouly. Thes output figures are more enough to pull the bike at high speeds.

The Micro Chip ignited 5 curve engine (MCi-5) is an intelligent system, that gives equal power and economy on the go. Unlike the predecessor, the new Centuro claims better performance figures, that are enough for the maneuvering.

With all the efficient hardware setup, the bike no returns a decent mileage figure of 85.4 km/l on highways while a range of mileage between 60-70 km/l in cities depending on the traffic conditions.


The good driving capabilities are possible with the reliable braking setup, comfy suspension unit & grippy tyre. As of the braking, the 130 mm internal expanding drum brakes on both the front and the rear provides good mechanism even at high speeds.

While the telescopic forks at the front and hydraulic coiled spring 5- step adjustable suspension at the rear ensures good comfort to both the rider & pillion. The 2.75” X 18” / 3.0” tyres mounted on an 18” inch wheels gives good stability on a ground without skidding. The free maintenance battery gives no tension for the user. Thus, controlling of the bike becomes easier without flaws.


The bike is accessible in 4-variants and the price starts at a range of INR 47,347 (ex-showroom, Delhi).


Mahindra Centuro is the practical everyday commuter that relishes your day-to-day driving experience with no any disrupts. Definitely the best buy model with decent features & offers.

Mahindra Mojo XT 300 : Review

A perfect tourer is forayed into the market under the nameplate of Mahindra is none other than ‘Mojo XT300’. The bike was first made its stance in the year 2015. With the 300cc powerful execution, the naked touring experience is perfectly justified without any flaws. As of the design, the bike appears to be more muscular & sturdy than any other bikes in the Mahindra lineup. The astounding design cues with premium features pull the customers to the nearby stores. The prominent design elements, high power & torque figures make the young studs mad for buying the bike ASAP.

Mahindra Mojo XT 300 comes in elegant paint schemes like;


Mahindra Mojo XT 300 carries all the acquired eye-catchy aspects like style, sturdy, reliable. By riding the bike, all the passing crowd feels pleasure & delight for the design with the premium color finish.

The twin-pod headlamp setup with eyebrow shaped LED DRLs at the front perfectly housed on the visor assembly, brings all the plusher stance to the vehicle. The robustly build fuel tank gives sporty & muscular stance to the bike.

Nicely shaped wind reflectors provide better driving pleasure to the rider. The golden finished front forks and the silver exhaust adds lavish flavor to the Mojo.

The overall styling & design cues make the bike a standout model among all the existing cruising model in the market.


Mahindra Mojo XT300 propelled with a powerful 300 cc liquid-cooled EFI engine that pumps out a maximum power of 27 PS @ 8000 rpm with a maximum torque of 30 Nm @ 5500 rpm. While the 6-speed transmission gearbox completes the transmission duties very efficiently.

With all the powerful technical setup, the bike claims an efficient mileage figure of 30 km/l.

Hence, the powerful execution gives the powerful vibes to the rider, where naked touring experience get satisfied to the extent.


The Mahindra Mojo XT300 comprises a 320 mm front and 240 mm rear disc brake units that work well to gratify the occupants. While the well-calibrated suspension unit that works efficaciously to safeguard the speedy drives. For this, the upside-down telescopic suspension at the front and high-pressure gas charged mono shock absorbers at the rear.

Safety as a primary concern, Mahindra incorporated twin-pod headlamp unit with combined Auto Headlamp ON (AHO) gives better illumination on dark and also communicate with the opposite rider very effectively so as to reduce prone of accidents. The front & rear disc brake setup provides better riding performance to the rider.


The Mahindra Mojo XT 300 is going to contend with tough competitors like Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 and Bajaj Dominar 400. The bike gets accessible to the customers at a price range of INR 1,74,520 (ex-Showroom Delhi).


Yes! Mahindra Mojo XT 300 is meant for those, who adores for the high-speeds with comfortable rides. It is the best choice for the young studs who was in search of racing tourer’s that heart-throbs you to the most.

Also Read: Mahindra Mojo XT 300 Specs & Features

Mahindra Gusto 110 : Review

Another scooter from the reputed 2-wheeler manufacturer ‘Mahindra’ made its stance in the market as ‘Gusto 110’. The Mahindra Gusto 110 is the scooter that carries the contemporary design language with innovative technological features. The Gusto 110 is the premium scooter that steals the heart of scooter enthusiasts with high-end features. As said,  it is the first scooter, to boast guide lamp, find-me lamps, height-adjustable seat and remote flip key as the prominent featuring that mesmerizes the passing crowd on the road.

Mahindra Gusto comes offered in colors like;



As said earlier, Mahindra Gusto carries all the astounding features & design elements that quake the most of the existing segment scooters.

The front of the scooter gets an elegant design with the Mahindra logo on the belt, which connects the turn blinkers and sturdy plastic grills.

The headlamp with LED pilot lights with rearview mirrors gives good stance to the scooter from the front angle. The legroom of the scooter is ample for both the short & giant riders.

The most alluring feature in the Gusto 110 is the seat height adjusting feature, which provides all the comfort to the rider to the extent. While the aluminum grab rail at the rear elevates the overall stance of the bike.

The under-seat storage space, hooks, and pocket-storage beneath the instrument panel provides easy access to the user.

The unique features in the scooter are find-me lamps, remote flip key, which was guiding lamp that eases you to locate the ignition whole in dark.

The instrument console gets displays analog info like speedometer, odometer and the fuel gauge.

The scooter measures 1825mm long, 697mm wide and 1188mm high with 165mm of decent ground clearance gives no flaws on the road. While the 1275mm of wheelbase gives ample driving experience at corners.


The Gusto gets all the power from a 109.6cc, M-TEC 4-stroke, air-cooled engine that produces a peak power of 8bhp @ 7,500rpm with a maximum torque figure of 9Nm @ 5,500rpm. The CVT transmission system works efficiently to power the scooter forward.

The scooter now returns an efficient mileage figure of 63.7 Km/l, which was a decent fuel figure in times. This daily commuting scooter gives no flaws to the rider and thus manoeuvring of the scooter at top speed is easy for the unisex.


Coming to the driving dynamics, Gusto 110 provides better handling capabilities to the unisex riders, not only in the easy roads but also on uneven tarmacs, potholes, bumps etc.

The easy rides are possible with the reliable braking & suspension setup. For this, the 130mm drum brakes at both the front & rear ends, completes the braking duties with utmost priority. The only concern is the lack of disc brake option, which provides further assistance to the rider.

The stress-free rides are possible with the telescopic fork at the front & air-spring suspension and the coil type hydraulic shock absorbers at the rear. While the 90/90-12 section tubeless tyres mounted on 12-inch alloy wheels ensure acquired grip on the wet & disturbed surfaces. And also escape you from the unwanted punctures.


The 12-inch alloy wheels are the standout feature in the scooter. For safety concern, the 130mm drum brakes, guide lamp, find-me lamps, the remote flip key with LED, tubeless tyres provides secure rides to both the rider & pillion.


With all the amenities Mahindra Gusto scooters costs us INR 47,680 for the DX variant, while VX variant costs INR 52,320 and for the sports variant RS, you need to spend INR 49,180 (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Mahindra Gusto contends with the segment rivals like TVS Jupiter, Honda Activa and the Suzuki Let’s.


Being the first scooter in the 110cc segment Mahindra Gusto has all the responsibility to be a standout scooter in the segment and also in the Mahindra’s portfolio. All the exciting features surely make the unisex scooter a choosable model in the market.

Click Here For: Mahindra Gusto Features & Specs 

Mahindra Mojo UT 300 : Review

Country’s reputed automaker ‘Mahindra’ forayed it’s most iconic motorcycle ‘Mojo UT 300’ into the Indian auto market. The Mojo UT ‘ a Universal Tourer is mostly meant for the folks who adore riding at high speeds. So, the touring experience gets fulfilled to the extent of its powerful execution. Coming to the design, Mojo UT 300 carries all aesthetic elements and noteworthy features, which makes the rider to feel honored. Let us know more about this Tourer.

Also Read: Mahindra Mojo UT 300 Features  & Specs


As said earlier, the powerful execution is possible with the 294.72cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, carburetted engine that produces 23.1PS of peak power @ 7,500rpm with a maximum torque of 25.2Nm @ 5,500rpm. The transmission duties are carried by a 6-speed gearbox, which gives the perfect blend of touring experience to the occupants.

In order to serve touring experience to the customers, Mahindra put an end card to fuel injection system and replaced carburetted fuel system so as to make the bike affordable and buyable.

The power output figures give the real pleasure while riding the bike at 60 – 100 km/h. Hence, no awkward disturbances are experienced throughout the journey.


One should be applauded the bike maker’s for their Engineering & Workmanship. The Mojo UT 300 design is inspired from the discontinued ‘Mojo XT 300’ model. Though the Mojo UT carries same design language like the predecessor, it lacks some significant features and elements like LED DRLs, Pirelli premium tyres, USD front forks, exhaust and gold accents, which make the Mojo UT 300 an ample Tourer in all grounds if it carries all the standard fitments said above.

The Mojo UT 300 is getting available to us 2-astonishing paint schemes like blue and red.

In order to make it an affordable bike in the Mojo lineup, the bike maker incorporated some eye-feast elements that give all the contemporary stance to the bike.

At the front, The twin-pod headlamp setup gives the muscular stance to the bike.

The 21-liter robust petrol tank with elegant color options enhance the overall profile of the bike. The revamped exhaust with chrome finish adds furthermore appealing look to the bike.

Nicely cushioned single seat unit gives ample comfort to both the rider & pillion. While the rear gets a trendy LED tail lamp unit, a black grab rail. Coming to the highlights, the bike gets an analog tachometer, and digital speedometer, odometer, tachometer etc.

While the bike sprints on 17-inch black alloy wheels with tubeless MRF rubber in contrast to the XT 300 which has Pirelli Diable Rosso II tyres.

The Mojo UT 300 measures 2115mm length, 800mm wider & 1150 mm higher. While the 165mm ground clearance with 1460mm wheelbase provides good driving capabilities at corners.


The Mojo UT 300 is built on a twin tube chassis which is same as the predecessor (XT 300). But, the lack of USD front forks in the new Mojo, disappoints us most.

The hassle-free rides throughout the journey are possible with the employment of 143.5mm telescopic travel suspension forks at the front & 135mm high-pressure adjustable preload gas-charged mono shock absorbers with travel suspension at the rear. The bike gives no strain to the spines of the rider & pillion, and hence, the pleasure of riding the bike for long hours is easy.

Being a tourer, it is not that much easy to stop the bike at high speeds, but the bike maker employed reliable braking setup to ensure flawless mechanism. For this, 320mm front and 240mm rear discs brakes work accordingly to enhance the quality rides. The driving capability of the bike is another talkative aspect, which gives good driving posture to the rider.

Hence, the suspension & braking departments work efficaciously to provide safe and secure rides which were significantly necessary for Indian roads.
Mahindra is successful in employing authentic disc braking system, sturdy suspension unit & grippy tubeless tyres which makes the bike a standout model in the mobbed tourer’s.


Mahindra Mojo UT 300 now costs us at INR 1,54,805 (ex-showroom, Delhi).


The touring experience with sumptuous feeling is definitely get fulfilled by the Mahindra Mojo UT 300. The naked touring experience with realistic nature is the tag of this prestigious tourer.  

Mahindra Mojo XT 300 Features, Specs, Mileage, Pricing, Colors & Images

Mahindra Mojo XT 300 is accessible in colors like; Black, Red & White.

NOTE: All the prices stated above are of ex-showroom cost.

The 300 cc liquid-cooled EFI engine is the heart and soul of this perfect tourer which pumps out a maximum output power of 27 PS and a torque of 30 Nm.

The 320 mm front and 240 mm rear disc brakes offer a good braking mechanism that facilitates the user to the utmost.

The stress-free rides are possible with the upside down forks at the front and gas charged Monoshock suspension at the rear end.

The bike has the following gear pattern: 1 gear down & 5 gears up.

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Also Read: Mahindra Mojo XT 300 Review

Mahindra Gusto Features, Specs, Price, Mileage, Colors & Images

Mahindra Gusto gets offered in two variants as VX & DX. The VX Variant comes in 6-astonishing color options like; Red, White, Black, Magenta, Silver, and Black. While the base variant DX is available in Red, White, and Black.

NOTE: All the prices stated above are of ex-showroom cost.

Mahindra Gusto gets al the power from a 109.6cc air-cooled M-TEC engine that effectively churns out 8bhp of power @ 7,500rpm and a peak torque of 9Nm @ 5,500rpm.

The reliable braking setup gives all the stoppable power to the rider with a prominent application.

The rider can easily access the bike with handy acceleration.

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Mahindra Mojo UT 300 Features, Specs, Mileage, Colors & Images

Mahindra Mojo UT 300 gets offered in colors like Volcano Red & Ocean Blue.

NOTE: All the prices stated above are of ex-showroom cost.

Mahindra Mojo Xt 300 gets powered by a 294.72cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, carburetted engine that churns out a maximum power of 23.1PS and a peak torque of 25.2Nm @ 5,500rpm.

The front & rear suspension units work efficaciously to ensure hassle-free drives to both rider & pillion.

The biker can easily shift the gear with the gear pattern of; 1 gear down & 5 gears up.

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Click Here For: Mahindra Mojo UT 300 Test Drive Review

Mahindra Gusto 125 Colors, Specs, Features, Mileage, Price & Images

The scooter is accessible in the market in elegant color options like; Regal Red, Orange Crush, Midnight Black & Bolt White.

NOTE: All the prices stated above are of ex-showroom cost.

Mahindra Gusto 125 gets powered by a 124.6cc, 4-stroke engine that pumps out an 8.6bhp of peak power with the maximum torque figure of 10Nm by returning efficient mileage figure of 50 km/l.

The measurements of the scooter are good, which in turn gives good driving & handling capabilities to the rider.

The rider can drive the bike effectively with the automatic transmission unit.

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Mahindra Gusto 125 : Review

Mahindra Two-wheelers always surprises us with their out & out performance vehicles that also claims good mileage figures as well. The company’s portfolio itself proves that it was best in producing reliable & desirable models that allures all over. Coming to the reviewing model ‘Gusto’ it was already on sale in the market as Gusto 110 and Special Edition Gusto. So as to be in the 125 cc competition the Mahindra debuted the new 125cc Gusto into the market, with all the expectations at peaks.

The Mahindra Gusto 125 comes in 4-elegant paint schemes as;


Powering the Gusto 125, the 124.6 cc, 4-stroke, single cylinder, air-cooled engine that effectively churns out a maximum of 10 bhp of power and 10 Nm of torque work enormously to run the scooter forward.

While the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT) works effectively to complete the gearbox duty.

The powerful 125 cc engine drives the biker to the desired destination with powerful vibes. Being a Z-series vehicle it holds all the Mahindra’s mark of the powertrain.

With all the potential hardware setup, Gusto 125 claims a decent mileage figure of 55 km/l, which is an efficient figure to see in recent times.


As of the design, It looks like to the sibling scooter Gusto 110. The Halogen headlamp unit at the front with twin rear view mirrors housed above it elevates the premium look of a bike.

Not only the design language but also carries almost same features like height adjustable seat, an instrument cluster, storage pocket below instrument cluster, a multi-function remote flip key fob with an LED panel that blinks at the keyhole at night, find-me lamps, guide lamp etc.


The tubular underbone chassis is the base for the Gusto 125, which was strong enough & durable too.

The scooter runs on a 90/90-12-inch front and rear tubeless tyres mounted over a robust alloy wheel, that gives no disrupts while riding.

All the heading speed is stoppable by the optional disc brake at the front & 130mm Mechanical Drum at the rear. This reliable braking setup provides safe & secure feeling to the rider, even when the scooter claiming the high speeds.

Are you distressed with aged suspension setup, then try the Gusto 125 which gets Telescopic Air Spring at the front and Coil type, Hydraulic Mono shock absorber at the rear, that executes well.

Hence, it is clear that Mahindra Gusto 125 is going to be the iconic scooter in the segment with its aesthetic looks and prominent featuring.


Mahindra Gusto 125 gets available in two variants as DX & VX. The scooter now costs us INR 50,420 -55,060 (ex-showroom Delhi).


Mahindra Gusto 125 is going to show its best to us in departments like; design, performance, handling, and also price as well.