Wheelers has launched the new Gusto scooter at an introductory price of Rs. 43,000
(ex-showroom Delhi). The Gusto is powered by an
M-Tech 110cc 4-stroke engine that beats in the heart of the Gusto is air cooled
and churns out 8bhp@ 7500rpm and produces 9Nm of torque @ 5500rpm. The new
Gusto from Mahindra has a unique road presence and bold styling separating it
from the average run of the mill scooters out there.
With bold new
innovations from Mahindra Two Wheelers, the Gusto comes with a first time in
segment height adjustable seat and locking mechanism to prevent the seat from
falling while filling petrol or using the under seat storage area. The height
adjustment on the VX variant of the Gusto ranges from 770mm to 735mm providing
a very comfortable seating position. Another first in the segment provided by
Mahindra Two wheelers are day time running lights (DRLs) on the new Gusto. The
scooter also gets a front dashboard to store your mobile phones and other
pocket sized items. Some added features on the Gusto are bag hooks in the front
leg space and in the under seat area.
The new Gusto
comes with 12 inch tubeless tyres and 130mm mechanical drum brakes in the front
and rear. The front suspension is a telescopic air springs-hydraulic type and a
long stroke hydraulic type at the rear. Another added advantage for consumers
on the new Gusto is a front kick which enables you to start the scooter without
getting off the vehicle in case the self-start does not do the job.
has a 6 litre fuel tank and gives 63kmpl of fuel economy giving it an
impressive range. The new Gusto will come with Mahindra’s flip key which has
the follow me home and find me functions like the Mahindra Centuro.
Mahindra’s entry into the two wheeler industry six years ago and the setup of
their state of the art R&D centre in Pune three years ago, Mahindra Two
Wheelers is making its presence felt strongly in the two-wheeler segment with its
lineup of bikes and scooters like the Centuro and the Rodeo and now the all new
Gusto. This is also the first global scooter to be developed by Mahindra’s
R&D center in Pune.
Picture of Mahindra Gusto, Photography Mohd Nasir
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