Mahindra Centuro

` 43,000* Onwards
*Ex Showroom Price Delhi
3 / 5 based on 19 reviews
Mahindra Centuro
  • Colors
  • Economy
    85.4 Kmpl

  • Performance
    106.7 cc


  • Capacity
    Fuel Capacity
         12.7 Ltrs
  • Comfort
    Self Start
    Kick Start
  • EMI
    36 Months

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Mahindra Centuro Specifications

Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
Mahindra Centuro O1 Manual 106.7 cc
Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine
85.4 Kmpl 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro N1 Manual 106.7 cc
Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine
85.4 Kmpl 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro Rockstar Manual 106.7 cc
Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine
85.4 Kmpl 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro Rockstar Kick Alloy Manual 106.7 cc
Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine
85.4 Kmpl 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Centuro Disc Brake Manual 106.7 cc
Single Cylinder, 4 Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI 5 Engine
85.4 Kmpl 8.4 bhp @ 7500 rpm

Mahindra Centuro Review

  • News Update

    21st August, 2015: Mahindra Centuro, the exuberant commuter that helped its manufacturer to revive its two-wheeler market in the country, now comes with disc brake. To better the response of masses, the manufacturer has also bestowed it with pleasant graphics and new shades. However, the performance packed 106.7cc MCi-5 (Micro Chip ignited - 5 Curve) engine is still propelling the machine. The new variant is christened as Mahindra Centuro Disc Brake, which is Rs. 200 expensive than the O1 variant. Now there are in total five variants viz. Disc brake, O1, N1, Rockstar and Rockstar Kick Alloy that range from Rs. 44,600 to Rs. 52,900. The company has discontinued its mate Pantero making Centuro the only motorcycle in the company's portfolio.

  • Overview

    Mahindra is known as the most celebrated utility vehicle brand in India. The company has a wide range of SUVs and Jeeps in India. After proving itself in the Indian four wheeler market, the company thought to try their hand in the Indian two wheeler market. But the challenges of the most emerging two-wheeler market are even bigger and the prominent player of the four-wheels, struggling on two-wheels. However, this stage of competition, this step of the company can be proven as a fruit or a tort for the company. But the way of success always filled with risks. For taking an advantage, the company is using Italian technology in its bikes. The very first bike of the company was Mahindra Stallio, which failed to carter some numbers for itself. However, Mahindra tried again and launched a much better revised edition of Stallio called Mahindra Pantero. The bike is doing well due to its exciting features at an affordable price. But the design of the bike is not so impressive. So the company thought to launch another bike with same technology and features including some extra premium features and a more appealing design. That bike has been recently launched and named- Mahindra Centuro 110.


    Mahindra launched the Centuro as a premium commuter segment bike. The bike has many advanced features and latest technology along with a very affordable price tag. Price of this 110 cc premium bike is comparable to other 100cc bikes. Also the company is offering a 5 years warranty with the bike. But the segment is filled with many amazing commuters and the competition is at a very high level. Let's get into the detailing of the bike and try to calculate that the bike is ready for the battle or not.

  • Design

    While the Pantero was basically a refreshed Stallio, the Centuro is a completely new bike, the Centuro does share components with Panero, but it has a completely new styling. The same Double cradle – tubular structured frame has been used, which has been used in Pantero also. The overall dimensions of the bike are 2031mm x 780mm x 1111mm with a large wheel base of 1265mm. Seat height is 800mm, which includes a ground clearance of 173mm. A long and comfortable seat has been provided for comfortable seating of two, which is well cushioned and provides better ergonomic ride position for both riders. Handlebars are well positioned, thus the bike is easy to maintain and stable. Saddle handle is standard and easy accessible for the pillion rider. Two set of foot pegs are provided for rest the foot in an ergonomic position. The weight of the bike is only 111 kg, which makes it easy to maneuver in the traffic.


    The Centuro gets many features and some of which also related to the safety. The bike has a fuel capacity of 12.7 litres which matches its phenomenal fuel economy. The bike has got India's first and only remote flip key in which the metal part of the key slides in its plastic cover and appears with pressing a button. The cover of this exclusive key also holds an LED torch light to find the ignition of the bike even in the dark. This cover holds another switch which is for remote blinkers. When you press this button, the blinkers of the bike starts blinking andyou can find your bike easily at crowded or dark places. An anti theft system has been used in the bike which locks the engine when anybody tries to steel it from another key. The bike has digital instrument panel which includes speedometer, odometer and fuel gauge along with a distance to empty meter. An analog tachometer has been given above this digital console which have all the tale-tell lights distributed on its both sides.


    Mahindra Centuro 110 Appearance


    According to the segment of the bike, the appearance is overall impressive but we cant judge the bike for any particular person because everybody have its own likes and dislikes over the looks. There are two golden bended rods below the fuel tank in the front of the bike, which are being called Golden Ribs by the company. These golden ribs are the part of its chassis and company saying that this will give a massive look to the bike, however personally we didn't like them much. The bike is available in two standard colour options one is black and the other is red, both are the most preferred colours in bikes. The bike has attractive new graphic design on whole body. The side and rear panels have been arranged in such manner that the panels look like a single piece which is enhancing its look. The front visor of the bike is aerodynamic and designed in a standard style. The head lamp is perfectly focused and provided with 2 LED pilot lamps. Rear suspension spring is painted red to make the bike more attractive. The LED tail lamp is small and trendy. Five spoke wheels are going with its looks and black theme has been used in bike with a metallic panel on the exhaust pipe. The overall look is satisfactory according to the segment.

  • Engine & Performance

    The same 106.7 cc, single cylinder, air cooled, 4- stroke, MCi-5 engine which also has been used in Pantero. The MCi-5 stands for Micro Chip ignited 5 curve engine which is an intelligent system making a balance between the need of power and economy on the go. The bike churns a maximum power of 8.5 PS at 7500 rpm and a peak torque of 8.5 Nm at 5500 rpm. These range of power and torque are sufficient for commuters which are mostly ridden in the cities. We don't know that any modification has been done in the engine or not, but the performance of the Centuro is better than the Pantero. Regular constant mesh type 4- speed transmission box has been used to balance between the power, torque and speed. A full covered chain drive is delivering the power and torque from the gear box to its rear wheel. The bike goes to a top speed of 95kmph but the bike performs smoothly upto 60 kmph.


    The bike have all standard comfort features like comfortable seat, telescopic front forks and rear hydraulic coiled spring 5- step adjustable suspensions. Good quality 2.75” X 18” / 3.0” tyres have been used on 18” wheels which are giving a good road grip along with excellent stability even at the time of cornering. A maintenance free battery has been used, so needs lesser attention. Bike has option of self start over kick start. 


    Mahindra Centuro 110 Mileage


    Centuro's new MCi-5 engine has been balanced perfectly between the requirement of power and economy. The bike gives a top mileage of 85.4 kmpl on highways while a range of mileage between 60-70 kmpl in cities which depends on the traffic conditions.

  • Braking & Handling

    The bike has got 130 mm internal expanding drum brakes on both the front and the rear wheel which are sufficient to control a 110 cc bike's speed. Handling of the bike is good and bike remains stable even at corners, pits and bumps.

  • Safety Features

    The bike has got many safety features which don't comes with other bikes in the segment. Its remote flip key is safer to keep in pocket. The key has a LED torch which can help in emergency. Find me system in blinker can help in finding the bike easy in emergency. Its engine's anti theft system along with the 96 bit encrypted remote key, sounds an alarm and locks the engine when anybody tries to theft the bike from another key. Its perfectly focused head lamp comes along with 2 LED pilot lamps which makes the way more clear in dark nights.

  • Pros

    5 year warranty
    affordable price
    excellent mileage

  • Cons

    Golden ribs look wierd
    Engine could have been more refined

Road Test

The 100-110cc commuter segment rules the Indian two-wheeler industry as the majority share comes from this segment and Mahindra Two-wheelers, which is a relatively new entrant in the fierce Indian two-wheeler market also knows this pretty well. Therefore, in their second attempt in motorcycles follows two back to back launches in 100-110cc segment.The company came to existence after Mahindra & Mahindra acquired Kinetic in 2008. The company is selling a range of scooter quite successfully and now they are claiming a share in motorcycles as well. Earlier Mahindra launched... [ Read More ]

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  • Bike With Latest Features But Not Liked By People
    BY ks_shankar | August 17, 2015 | 31 Views

    Mahindra told everybody that bike can also be safe like a car by providing a remote operated key and anti-theft alarm for its Centuro making the bike safe and very difficult to steal. The key is different and the bike cannot be started with a normal key. Centuro also showcased the two gold... Read Full Review

  • I Am Very Excited For This Bike This Bike Will Replace All Other Bikes
    BY Pramod kulkarni | July 21, 2014 | 292 Views

    Indians associate vehicles with status equally or higher than they do with transportation. Which is why the key for the Centuro is carefully designed and instead of being a cheap metal and plastic job, it’s a flip key like an expensive car might have. Like a car, the key can remotely sta... Read Full Review

  • Mahindra Centuro Is The Best Choice To Go For
    BY Naresh | March 31, 2014 | 154 Views

    Mahindra Centuro is the most selling bike in India as compare to tvs, hero, honda and other bikes too. mahindra has received 30,000 bookings for Centuro motorcycle within 6 weeks of the its launch day 1st july'13. mahindra is giving 5 years warranty and mileage is 70 kmpl in the city and... Read Full Review

  • This Is Called A Bike
    BY sibbin | January 3, 2014 | 184 Views

    Centuro is superb bike. I sold my discover for this bike. Mileage is better then other bikes, features are very unique like flip key, anti theft system, find me lamp and many more useful features are there. everyone should go for test ride at least. ... Read Full Review

  • Review
    BY Rohan | September 3, 2015 | 4 Views

    Mahindra Centuro is good bike by style and mileage. It is too much comfortable while driving. You can go for this bcz this is only right choice.... Read Full Review

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  • Mahindra Two Wheelers sees 10 Percent Sales Growth during July 2015
    BY Pradeep Shah | August 3, 2015 | 150 Views

    Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd (MTWL), which is a part of the $16.9 Billion Mahindra enterprise, recently revealed its sales report for the month of July. The company registered a ten percent growth in July 2015, in comparison to last year. Statistics reveal an overall sale of 15,056 ... Read Full News

  • Mahindra Duro DZ and Pantero Discontinued in India
    BY sagar | July 9, 2015 | 304 Views

    Mahindra two wheeler India recently updated its website wherein Duro DZ and Pantero were nowhere to be found. This is a clear indication that the manufacturer was tired seeing zero response from both its products and thus discontinued them.The reasons for putting a full stop on t... Read Full News

  • Mahindra Centuro Disc Brake Launched at Rs. 51, 300
    BY Naveen Soni | June 17, 2015 | 312 Views

    After a long waiting period of more than an year, Mahindra Two wheelers has finally added the Disc Brake version of Centuro to its fleet, which is the new top of the line variant with a price tag of Rs. 52,300 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The bike was showcased at the 2014 Indian Auto E... Read Full News

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