While the Pantero comes in at a base price of Rs 40,599, the Centuro is expected to be made available closer to the 50k+ bracket. Both their 110cc bikes aim to tap the rural segment in the country in a big way. The new Centuro 110cc will compete with Bajaj Discover and TVS commuter bikes.
It possesses outstanding features such as remote lock with flip key and remote control facility to enable users to identify the bike in crowded parking spaces as distinctive LED pilot lights blink for 7 seconds. The Mahindra Centuro 110cc cannot be easily stolen as the bike cannot start without a remote lock.
It sports a 4 stroke air cooled Mci-5 engine with 8.5 bhp power at 7,500 rpm and 8.5 Nm torque at 5,500 rpm. The vehicle weighs 120 kgs and has a fuel tank of capacity 12.7 liters. Available in colors of Magenta and Brown, the Mahindra Centuro 110cc possesses electric and kick start, LED tail lamps, alloy wheels and tubeless tyres.