Mahindra Pantero [Discontinued]

`43,379* Onwards
*On Road Price, Delhi
3 / 5 based on 11 reviews
  • Performance
    79.4 Kmpl
    Top Speed
    94 Kmph

  • Engine
    106.7 cc

  • Transmission
    4 Speed
  • Ignition
    14 Ltrs
    Self Start
  • EMI
    36 Months


15th September, 2015: Mahindra Two Wheelers Limited brought its premium rider motorcycle in the country, which was christened as Mahindra Pantero. It is powered by a 106.7cc, air-cooled, four-stroke engine that pumps out 8.5bhp of power and 8.5Nm of torque. The bike has sharp body dynamics with wolf-eyed twin pilot lamps that adds up some aggressiveness to the bike’s structure. The company has also offering 4 colors with amazing graphics namely: Fiery red, Sterling silver, Blazing black and Cool black. It will compete against the like of Bajaj CT 100, TVS Star City and Hero MotoCorp Splendor.

Mahindra Pantero Specifications
Variants Transmission Engine Description Mileage Power
Mahindra Pantero Ks Spoke Analog Manual 4-Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI-5 Engine 79.4 Kmpl 8.38 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Pantero Ks Alloy Analog Manual 4-Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI-5 Engine 79.4 Kmpl 8.38 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Pantero Ss Alloy Digital Manual 4-Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI-5 Engine 79.4 Kmpl 8.38 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Pantero Ss Alloy Analog Manual 4-Stroke, Air Cooled, MCI-5 Engine 79.4 Kmpl 8.38 bhp @ 7500 rpm
Mahindra Pantero Review
  • Overview

    Mahindra Pantero is one of the most reliable commuter motorcycles of the country that was launched back in 2013. The bike is well equipped with some attractive elements like, digital instrument cluster and a LED tail lamp unit that make it a highly pleasing and premium utility bike. Targeted towards the common mass, the bike promises a superior all-round performance without compromising on fuel economy.

    The bike equipped with 106.7cc, four-stroke, air-cooled engine that belts out a net power of 8.5bhp at 7,500rpm with a maximumtorque of 8.5Nm at 5,500rpm. The MCI-5 (MicroChip Ignited 5-curve) mill uses a four-speed constant mesh gearbox with well spaced gear ratios. With all these features, the bike can approach to a top speed of 90kmph and delivers a respectable overall mileage of 79 kmpl as claimed by the manufacturing company.

    Mahindra Pantero runs on grippy tyres that are furnished with 2.75” x 18” front and 3.0” x 18” rear elegant black alloy wheels. It has 130 mm drum brakes at the front end as well as at the rear end. Coming to suspension, it has telescopic, hydraulic damped shock absorbers at the front and 5-step adjustable, coiled hydraulic-damped shock absorbers at the rear.

    The bike is built on a steel double tubular cradle frame and comes with sharp body dynamics. The front connective tissue has an aggressively styled headlamp merged with twin pilot lamps. The bike looks more catchy with its appealing body graphics present throughout its body. A curvy and mid-sized fuel tank design looks decent and offers a good riding posture. Moving towards the rear, it has a long and comfy seat that provides comfort even on longer rides. The tail lamp section comprises of a full LED unit, which is not commonly seen in commuter and utility motorcycles.

    Furthermore, It has overall body dimension of 2,000mm x 735mm x 1,050mm (LxWxH), Mahindra Pantero presents itself as a stunning utility motorcycle. It has a minimum ground clearance of 1,265mm and 165mm respectively that offers good handling and stability even in high traffic areas. The 13.7 liter capacity fuel tank ensures a long distance run without refuelling. The total kerb weight of the bike sums up to 120kg that makes it a lightweight and simple to ride motorcycle. The instrumentation is easy to read and purely digital consisting of a speedometer, tachometer, twin tripmeters, odometer and fuel gauge.

  • Design

    The manufacturing company offers it with a sharp body dynamics that distinguishes it from other ordinary looking commuter motorcycles of the country. The front profile has an agile headlamp section integrated with twin pilot lamps that give an aggressive look in dark. The smartly designed fuel tank gives a good riding position to the rider. It is coloured in all-black theme that blesses it with a high-end feel. The rear end gets a eye-catchy full LED tail lamp unit with clear lens turn indicators. The instrument console of the bike shows plenty of information in terms of a commuter motorcycle and comprises of a speedometer,tachometer, twin tripmeters and fuel gauge.

    Bolted on a steel double tubular cradle frame, the bike has the following body dimensions: 2,000mm x 735mm x 1,050mm (LxWxH). It has a wheelbase of 1,265mm that offers good handling. Apart from that, a minimum ground clearance of 165mm gives a good on-road stability.Mahindra Pantero has a 13.7 liter fuel tank that gives a longer range due to its decent fuel efficiency. The total kerb weight of the bike is 120kg that makes it simple to ride and handy utility vehicle. The bike also comes with free maintenance battery that saves money in terms.

  • Engine & Performance

    Mahindra Pantero is powered by a 106.7cc, four-stroke, air-cooled, MCI-5 (MicroChip Ignited 5-curve) engine that is mated to a four-speed constant mesh transmission and uses wet multiplate clutch assembly. It develops a maximum power of 8.5bhp at 7,500rpm with a peak torque of 8.5Nm at 5,500rpm. The Pantero can clock from 0 to 60kmph in 8.85 seconds and revert a commendable fuel efficiency of 79kmpl.

  • Braking & Handling

    The Pantero moves on grippy tyres that are bolted over 2.75” x 18” front and 3.0” x 18” rear black alloy wheels. The braking duties are looked after by a pair of reliable 130mm drum brakes fitted at both ends. Moreover, it has telescopic hydraulic damped shock absorbers at the front and 5-step adjustable, coiled hydraulic-damped shock absorbers at the rear that offer easy and prosperous ride.

  • Safety Features

    The company offers it with a powerful 12V-35/35W halogen headlight that throws a regular beam of light, thereby brightening up the road well in dark. The Pantero has self returning choke, that ensures the choke never remain applied unintentionally. Apart from that, it also has twin rear view mirrors that notifies the rider of incoming traffic which avoids an accident. These handful of features make it an authentic and trustworthy commuter motorcycle.

  • Pros

    Digital Instrument Console

    Sharp and Aggressive Styling

    Fuel Economy

    Self Returning Choke

  • Cons

    Could have better suspension

    Handlebar vibrates at high speeds

    Maintenance due to limited service centers

User Reviews

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  • Wrose Bike
    by Ashish kansal | Oct 2015

    purchased PANTERO bike manufactured by Mahindra in the year 2013. Since purchase to till date it is giving various types of problems. I have given a small write up about my ordeal in my review for PANTERO already. Due to my ordeal and unethical trade practice by the Mahindra bike manufacturer, I want every one to be cautious in purchasing their bikes. I was lured by their advertisement of claiming to be 89 ... Read Full Review

  • Malay
    by malay | Oct 2015

    the bike is fine. there is a problem of the bike that the bike could not run fast. so this bike i can not say is good, ... Read Full Review

  • Review
    by Rajan | Sep 2015

    This is good bike by mileage. if you are thinking to buy this bike can go for this.several variants are also avilable with several colors.... Read Full Review

  • Centuro By Mahindra Is The Best Bike For Everyone And Suitable For All
    by Balaji | Jun 2014

    Mahindra Centuro has very unique features like anti theft system, find me lamp, guide lamps, flip key and superb strong MCI - 5 Engine!!... Read Full Review

  • Mahindra Bikes Are Simply Amazing
    by vishaal | Oct 2013

    The bike has some great features to try like the MCI-5 engine helps in gaining very high pick up, good level of riding & the comfort zone while riding and the anti theft feature is awesome. ... Read Full Review

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Mahindra Pantero News

  • Latest Spy Pics of Upcoming Stripped Down Pantero
    BY Naveen Soni | August 29, 2013 | 1060 Views

    As we told you earlier, Mahindra Two wheeler is planning for a more affordable 110cc commuter or a stripped down Pantero. Here are the latest spy pictures of the bike, clearly showing the instrument panel and the rear design of the bike. So after combining the previous and latest... Read Full News

  • Mahindra Pantero Prices Revised; It's more affordable now at Rs. 39,650
    BY Team Bikedekho | May 9, 2013 | 1650 Views

    Mahindra & Mahindra is a significant name in the Indian automobile sphere, their utility vehicles are doing pretty well, but at the same time they are struggling to make a name in the country's two-wheeler space. To make things better, Mahindra Two Wheelers launched a new... Read Full News

  • Mahindra Pantero Launched at Rs. 44,190
    BY Rajpal Singh | January 17, 2013 | 1661 Views

    Mahindra Two-wheelers today launched its maiden bike offering Mahindra Pantero with a competitive price tag of Rs. 44,190 (ex-showroom, Chennai). The bike has been unveiled recently with Mahindra Centuro, which has been scheduled to launch later this year. With the Pantero, Mahin... Read Full News

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