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Mahindra Centuro

`43,000* Onwards
*Ex-showroom, Delhi
EMI @ `1,410
2 / 5based on 10 reviews
  • Performance
    Mileage
    85.4 Kmpl
    Top Speed
    92 Kmpl

  • Engine
    Capacity
    106.7 cc
    Max Power
    8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm


  • Transmission
    Type
    Manual
    Gearbox
    4 Speed
  • Ignition
    Fuel
    12.7 Ltrs
    Self Start
  • EMI
    Duration
    36 Months
    EMI
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Mahindra Centuro Specifications
VariantsMileageTop SpeedEngine DescriptionPower
Mahindra Centuro Rockstar Kick Alloy 85.4 Kmpl 92 Kmpl Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro Rockstar 85.4 Kmpl 92 Kmpl Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine 8.3 PS @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro N1 85.4 Kmpl 92 Kmph Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine 8.4 PS @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro 110 85.4 Kmpl 92 Kmph Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro Disc Brake 85.4 Kmpl 92 Kmph Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm

Mahindra Centuro Road Test

The word Pantero comes from the word Panther, just like the word Stallio came from Stallion. Some things stick, eh? Jokes aside, they never fail to come up with fancy names for the steeds at their stable. The past weekend has been pretty exciting at Mahindra, with the unveiling of two 110 cc motorcycles. Although we were told that we have a surprise waiting, and we were half expecting to ride the Mojo at Pune and tackle the hillocks around, it wasn't too disappointing because what we saw was equally interesting in terms of technological advancement of the 100- 110 cc comm... [ Read More ]

Mahindra Centuro Review
  • Overview

    Mahinda Centuro is the newest motorcycle to hit the streets from the stable of Mahindra. Focused on being the segment leader, the new Centuro offers a range of never before seen features which makes it a very interesting product in its segment. It is Mahindra’s first attempt so far in the premium commuter segment and the company has left no stones unturned to make the motorcycle likable. It has some bits and pieces that it shares with the Pantero motorcycle; however most of it is an all-new on this bike. On the design front, this motorcycle does well to appeal to its buyers in the market. It has been loaded with features and at first glance it looks premium and different from all other motorcycles in the segment.
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    Centuro is a premium commuter motorcycle and comes with a headlight unit that is bigger and bolder compared to the other motorcycles in Mahindra range. It has LED parking lights and generally looks very sharp from the front angle. The styling is distinctive and looks contemporary for a commuter bike. That said the twin moulded bars below the tank are inspired by the upcoming Mojo motorcycle.
    The switchgear and instrument cluster is quite refreshing. The centrally located analogue tachometer is quite a nice addition on the cluster and it looks great. The instrument cluster houses a complete digital speedometer, two trip meters, service reminder, distance to empty and clock. The key FOB is pretty similar to ones that can be seen on the cars and can be used to remotely lock the Centuro among various other things. It features guide-lamps on the headlight which stays on for 30 seconds, also the is a features a find-me option on the key in which the indicators flashes with sound to find the bike in a parking spot and finally an engine immobilizer which works when the system on-board discovers a wrong key being inserted into the bike.
    The engine is a powerful 4 stroke, SOHC, single cylinder, 106cc 2-valve engine that makes 8.5 Bhp of power at 7,500 rpm and 8.5 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 4 speed gearbox which makes it easy to ride this bike with smooth shifts and excellent torque spread. It is clunky at times but that’s something you can live with. The motorcycle has ample amount of low end torque and is easy to ride around the city. With its well balanced nature it is easy to balance for shorter riders as well. Mahindra claims Centuro to deliver a maximum fuel efficiency of 85.4 kmpl which is highest for the premium commuter segment.
    The motorcycle has good ergonomics as the seat is comfortable for both rider and passenger. The switchgears are easily reached and the handlebars are easy to hold. The braking could have been better as the front and rear drum brakes don’t have a good bite. It does however come with a 5 year warranty which is just fantastic. But the service centers aren’t as many as that of its rivals in the market. However Mahindra wishes to expand its service network and therefore customers should get good service for their bikes.

     

     

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  • Don T Go For This Byke Mahindra Centuro
    by Karni | Aug 2016

    byke ceat is comfort for 2 people but byke is not supported for 2so much complaints low resale price not so good look.this byke is still in testing mode so please dont go for this iam so much worry with this byke one year byke i am ready to sell for 15000 so i think u all understand.... Read Full Review

  • Khatam
    by Varunsaxena | Aug 2016

    sabse gandi bike hai jindagi mai na lu mai asi bike......average dete hai 70 kja magar de rahi hai 30 ka.....ek saal chalke biki hai bike meri 24000 rupee mai.......... agar review dekha ho toh koi bhi banda yeh gaadi na le warna barbaad ho jaega... Read Full Review

  • Bakwaas Bike
    by Parasherdogra | Aug 2016

    I m getting only 55 km per liter mileage and commitment was 65 to 70... Read Full Review

  • Bad Performance
    by Sajiad | Aug 2016

    I am not happy with Mahindra centuro. The style and body work is ver well, but it functions very badly. I have get only 60 km per litre mileage. There are somany problems incuded in this bike. My centuro didn't show me reserve signal. When the fuel finished on the spot bike will stop. And there are somany problems in gear changing... Read Full Review

  • Bad Performance
    by Sajiad | Aug 2016

    I am not happy with Mahindra centuro. The style and body work is ver well, but it functions very badly. I have get only 60 km per litre mileage. There are somany problems incuded in this bike. My centuro didn't show me reserve signal. When the fuel finished on the spot bike will stop. And there are somany problems in gear changing... Read Full Review

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