Mahindra two wheelers has announced the launch of its new global scooter, Gusto, codenamed G101. Power comes from a M-Tec Engine. Gusto’s advanced engineering features is coupled with styling done in Italy.
Mahindra Group is breaking up its Moto GP team before competing in 2015 Moto3 season to pay more attention to supplying bikes to other teams.
Monsoon of 2014 is filled with zest. The latest being Mahindra Zesto scooter (codenamed G101) that’s ready for launch anytime now. Following ample spotting through August, it’s ad shoot is being concluded in Mumbai.
Mahindra 2 Wheelers has launched their new Centuro Rockstar variant in India at a price of INR 43,700. This new Centuro Rockstar will compete with Honda Dream Neo, TVS Star City+, Hero Passion Pro and Bajaj Discover 100M and is one of five new launches planned by the company for this year.
Ever since Mahindra Centuro launch last year, MTWL’s two wheeler fortunes have turned favourable, giving the company to reach out to more consumers by introducing newer variants in a timely manner.
The list of top 10 two wheelers sold in the month of July 2014 include four products from Hero, three products from Honda and two from Bajaj. None were there from Indian manufacturers TVS and Mahindra.
Mahindra Two Wheeler has been actively testing their upcoming 110cc scooter codenamed G101 as on date. To be called the Zesto, this will be Mahindraâ€™s first 110cc scooter which will be slotted under the Rodeo once launched next month.
It has been some months over which Mahindra Two Wheelers has been actively testing their 110cc scooter. Codenamed G101 as on date, this upcoming scooter is reportedly going to receive the name of Mahindra Zesto, thus carrying forward the same â€˜Oâ€™ ending to its name as seen in the case of other Mahindra products – Centuro, Pantero, Mojo, Duro, Xylo, Scorpio, Boloro, XUV5OO, and Quanto.