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Mahindra rocked the commuter segment when it launched the Centuro. While commuter bikes are seen as bare basic motorcycles, the Centuro broke that stereotype. It had features which are normally associated with cars and also a decent motor to back it up. But high price and lack of service network means that the initial euphoria fizzed soon.
The least priced variant is Mahindra Centuro Rockstar Kick Alloy priced at Rs. 51,202 and the most priced variant is Mahindra Centuro Disc Brake priced at Rs. 63,837.
|Rockstar Kick Alloy||106.7 cc,||Rs51,202|
|Disc Brake||106.7 cc,||Rs63,837|
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Mahindra Centuro is the only budget-friendly motorcycle in the company’s product portfolio at present. In the year 2017, Mahindra two-wheelers announced that it will exit the mass market segment and will focus on premium motorcycles only. However, even after that announcement, the Centuro is still on sale which comes as a surprise. Just like any other pocket-friendly out there in the market, the Mahindra Centuro gets a tried and tested engine that not only promises hassle-free daily commuting but is high on fuel efficiency too. One of the key areas where the Mahindra Centuro shines in all its glory is features. The bike offers multiple segment first features and in fact, you will find some of them in a car only. Despite all this, sales of Mahindra Centuro have not been satisfactory enough and this is primarily due to the tough competition that the motorcycle has been facing from leading two-wheeler brands. Mahindra Centuro is currently on sale in India at Rs 48,935 (ex-showroom, Delhi) onwards and is available in three variants. The bike challenges the likes of TVS Radeon, Hero Splendor, and Honda CD 110 Dream in the entry-level commuter segment.
Just what you would expect from a typical commuter motorcycle, the Mahindra Centuro gets a simple approach in design and hence, the bike stays away from the unnecessary drama.
The front end of the motorcycle gets an angular headlamp with twin pilot lamps that look impressive in the dark. Just like the Mojo, this one too gets the company’s signature golden ribs for a premium appeal. The all-black theme along with stylish alloy wheels make the Centuro come across as a good looking motorcycle. The rear end gets a LED tail lamp along with the clear lens turning blinkers and these not only look good but also serve the purpose better. Mahindra Centuro has been fitted with a 12.7-litre fuel tank and tips the scale at 120 kg. The motorcycle has overall body dimensions of 2,031mm x 735mm x 1,111mm (LxWxH) and has respective wheelbase and ground clearance of 1,265mm and 173mm.
Mahindra Centuro gets power from a 106.7cc, single cylinder, air-cooled engine mated to a four-speed transmission. The carbureted engine is good for developing a maximum power output of 8 bhp while the peak torque output is rated at 8.5 Nm. Besides the usual kick starter, the motorcycle gets an easy electric start to offer convenience to the rider. With this engine, the Centuro offers a fuel efficiency of close to 70 kmpl in real time riding situations, which is quite decent in terms of daily commuting. A sprint from 0 to 60 kmph on the Mahindra Centuro takes 8.85 seconds and the bike can manage to reach a top speed of close to 85 kmph.
When required, Mahindra Centuro loses momentum with the help of 130mm drum brakes that have been fitted at both ends. An optional front disc brake is also offered with the motorcycle for better stopping power. The suspension system of the motorcycle comprises of conventional telescopic forks up front along with five-step adjustable twin spring shock absorbers at the rear. The bike rides on 6.98 x 45.72 front and 7.62 x 45.72 rear tyres that come mounted over stylish black alloy wheels. Mahindra Centuro is an easy to maneuver bike and hence, offers benefit during riding in the traffic. Also, being a lightweight motorcycle, the Centuro can be ridden easily by people having little riding experience.
This is one area where the Mahindra Centuro will surely not disappoint you. The Mahindra Centuro gets an optional front disc brake that offers a decent stopping power. Furthermore, the bike comes with an engine immobiliser and is the only bike in the segment to offer the said feature. Under this, if a wrong key is used to unlock the motorcycle, a loud alarm will ring thereby alerting the rider and preventing the attempt of theft. The Mahindra Centuro also gets find me lamps along with guide lamps that prove quite beneficial in confusing parking spaces or dark spaces. The Centuro also comes with a remote flip key and anyone can easily confuse it for a car key. The bike also gets a digital-analog instrument cluster with a service reminder. With that being said, the Centuro ticks all the boxes when it comes to being a feature loaded motorcycle.
|On Road||Rs 51,202|
|On Road||Rs 57,350|
|On Road||Rs 62,928|
|On Road||Rs 63,837|