The all-new Centuro and Pantero commuter bikes are designed to compete with market leader Hero Splendor and others in the segment.
India’s largest auto-maker Mahindra has finally introduced two new 110 cc models as entry level in the motorcycle segment.
Two new 110cc motorcycles- Centuro
are being introduced in the dealership across country in the upcoming weeks.
Talking to media while launching two motorcycles in Mumbai, President of Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. two wheeler sectors, Anoop Mathur said, “Pantero should be out in the next couple of weeks and Centuro a few weeks thereafter.”
However, still no details have been disclosed about the pricing of these two latest bikes’ launch of the company.
Reports suggested, Investing Rs 100 crore in the Mahindra R&D centre for 110cc bikes, the company has delivered products of a complete designed with class-defining features and powered by the MCi-5 engine manufactured at the company’s Pithampur facility in Madhya Pradesh.
Two motorcycle models possess intelligent and class-defining features targeted at distinct consumer segments, Mr. Mathur further added.
has 'Find Me Lamps' that helps locate the vehicle in crowded and dimly lit parking lots. Its 'Guide Lamps' stay illuminated after the ignition is switched off and the key removed. It also sports an fully-lit digital dashboard with an in-built, 'Service Due Indicator' and 'Distance- to-Empty Fuel' calculator among other features.
, in fact, is a revamped version of the Stallio, which was earlier supposed to be launched in December 2011. However, the company decided to hold its launch and diverted its focus to scooters as it now has five products in this category. The Pantero will now be commercially launched in two weeks
All the M&M two wheelers will be produced at its plant in Pithampur, Madhya Pradesh which has a capacity to produce 1 million units per annum.