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Mahindra Zesto 110cc scooter spied again, launch in September

Mahindra Zesto (1)

Mahindra Two Wheeler has been actively testing their upcoming 110cc scooter codenamed G101 as on date. To be called the Zesto, this will be Mahindra’s first 110cc scooter which will be slotted under the Rodeo once launched next month.

Mahindra Zesto (1)Spy pics of this upcoming Zesto scooter have already been revealed. To be offered in three colour choices of red, white and black, it will feature front apron with air vents and turn indicators resembling those seen on board the Kinetic Blaze. A distinctive company logo on front panel was also noted while the scooter bears a unisex design.

The rear end sports a grab rail, large tail-lamp with integrated stop lamp, reflectors and indicators while the Zesto sits on alloy wheels. Disc breaks in front wheel (top end variant) and drum break in rear wheel will also be a part of the Zesto makeup. Other features will include MRF Nylogrip tyres, telescopic front forms and analogue fuel gauge besides a new instrument console.

Mahindra Zesto will be powered by 110cc single cylinder, air cooled engine producing 8 PS peak power and 9 Nm peak torque mated to a variomatic transmission. Promising fuel efficiency of around 60 kmpl, Zesto will meet with competition from Hero Pleasure, TVS Jupiter, Hero Maestro, TVS Scooty Zest and Honda Activa-i.

Mahindra Two Wheeler also gears up for launch of the new Mojo 300 and new Centuro Disc Brake which will launch in India in the months ahead. Mojo will be powered by a 300 cc engine offering 27 bhp power and 25 Nm torque while the new Centuro Discbrake will receive the same 5 Curve MCi-5 engine offering 8.5 bhp peak power and 8.5 Nm torque.


via Bikewale


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A first drive in a manual rickety old van was enough to pave the road forward for Sagar Patel. When not driving or riding, his dexterity shifts gear to voice passion through words via reviews, and news, all the while, closely monitoring updates from the auto industry.

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