March 1, 2016: Mahindra Two-Wheelers is all set to launch the 125cc scooter "Gusto" in a phased manner starting by mid-March. The company will launch the Gusto 125 in South India first followed by western and northern states. Also, as per the reports, recently showcased at 2016 Auto Expo, electric scooter GenZe 2.0 won't hit the Indian shores anytime soon.
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Mahindra two wheelers currently offers five scooters in the Indian automotive market which aim at different classes of people and come to cater different purposes. Mahindra Rodeo is one such product by the company that comes with a stylish and trendy body design and promises a power-packed yet safe daily commuting. The scooter is doing well in the market and is slowly emerging as one of the best selling products by the manufacturer.
The scooter houses a 124.6cc, four-stroke engine that comes mated to an automatic gearbox. The mill generates a maximum power output of 8 bhp at 7,000 rpm with a peak torque of 9 Nm at 5,500 rpm. With a bore x stroke ratio of 52.4mm x 57.8mm, the scooter sprints from 0 to 60 kmph in 9.2 seconds and reaches a top speed of 80 kmph besides delivering a decent fuel efficiency. The vehicle has been assisted with telescopic shock absorbers at the front for better riding experience. It comes equipped with 3.50" - 10" grippy tyres. The stopping power is offered by 130mm drum brakes installed at both the front and rear wheel.
The front profile of Rodeo has a robust headlamp unit that matches well with the oval-shaped clear lens blinkers present on the apron. The body coloured rear view mirrors look good and alert the rider of the following traffic. The front telescopic forks with rubber elements look astonishing and take on any surface with ease. Moving towards the rear, it has a wide and long seat that offers top notch comfort. Mahindra Rodeo comes with best in class under seat storage that can carry a full-sized helmet. The rear end has a stylish tail lamp with clear lens blinkers and body colored grab rail. Rodeo UZO 125 is the sporty version of this scooter and comes with a race-inspired paintwork incorporating racing lines running through its body. Furthermore, it comes with red coloured front alloy wheels that gel well with the overall sporty design of the scooter and make a perfect combination with the black colored rear ones.
The scooter has the dimensions of 1,790mm x 650mm x 1,100mm (L x W x H) with a wheelbase and minimum ground clearance of 1,245mm and 154mm respectively. A 4.5-litre fuel tank capacity gives it a decent range for daily commutes. Moreover, a 4-in-1 key also comes in stock that proves handy by unlocking all the elements through a single key hole. The powerful battery ensures a brighter beam of light even under low rev ranges.
Mahindra Rodeo is a mid-weight scooter that comes with an impressive body design. The front section is commanded by a stylish headlamp section. The apron has clear lens turning blinkers neatly embedded in it. The scooter has a long and comfortable seat that comes well-padded to provide comfort to both the rider and pillion. At the rear, a body colored grab rail looks appealing and complements its overall looks. The tail is designed in a trapezoidal shape and is integrated with clear lens turn indicators.
Mahindra Rodeo is 1,790mm long, 650mm wide, 1,100mm tall and has a wheelbase of 1,245mm with a minimum ground clearance of 154mm. The instrument cluster of the machine displays plenty of information to the rider, it comprises of a speedometer, odometer and a fuel gauge along with telltale lights. The scooter has a large under seat storage area that can accommodate a full-sized helmet quite easily. It has a fuel tank capacity of 4.5 liters offering a decent range without refuelling.
Rodeo comes equipped with a 124.6cc, four-stroke engine that comes mated to an automatic transmission. It puts out a maximum power of 8 bhp at 7,000 rpm and a peak torque of 9 Nm at 5,500 rpm. The air-cooled mill has a bore x stroke ratio of 52.4mm x 57.8mm and it pushes the vehicle to a maximum speed of 80kmph.
For stopping power, the scooter uses 130mm drum brakes at both the front and rear end. The suspension duties are carried out by telescopic forks up front and swingarm with coil spring aided shock absorbers at the rear. Mahindra Rodeo runs on 3.50" - 10" tyres wrapped on red and black alloy wheels in the UZO 125 variant.
Rodeo has a bright 12V-35/35W headlight that offers a good vision at night. The scooter comes with durable and reliable telescopic forks front suspension. Furthermore, the vehicle comes with a 4-in1 anti-theft key that allows the rider to perform multiple tasks with a single key and key hole. Mahindra Rodeo UZO 125 sports a side stand safety buzzer that informs the rider about side stand and hence prevents any mishappening.
Sporty body design
Best in class underseat storage
4-in-1 anti-theft key
Braking could be better
Extra features like mobile charging port are not present
High maintenance cost
This bike has all it needs to own it. Starting with Looks: you don't need much of an explanation here its superbly beautiful. Drive: Superb Mileage, Amazing Pickup, smooth ride, rather i would say even on an uneven road. Accessories: A mobile phone charger and no need to be off your Bike to re-fuel your tank. Digital dashboard is amazing with options to choose from on the display. Side stand indicator ne...
I have purchase Mahindra Rodeo. Every now and then there is some problem. I had to call 4-5 times to Mahindra's mechanics to start it. At one time I have faced problem at night. After 6 pm no help, and local mechanics don't want to touch it. It is blunder mistake of my life. Now I will attach a board on it so that other can avoid to purchase this....
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my wife bought Rodeo few months back and each time she wants to drive I have to kick start The self start worked only first few months The batter drains automatically The service fellow told me that the problem is due to lack of running and he suggested to run the vehicle 8 KMs to recharge the battery once started Sounds so funny He says no warrenty on battery abd the fault is ours........
mahindra rodeo RZ me kafi sari khubiyan h, lekin iska battery back up kafi kharab h. hm daily 5 km gari chalata hun ,or gari kafi achhi h. lekin agar hm 2 ya 3 din nahi chalate h to gari self start nahi leti h.or ye tab h jab gari kharide hue matra 8 monts hi hue h.fir mujhe servicing center ja kar gari khulwa kar battery recharge karwana parta h. jab engineer se bat kiya to wo bolte h ki dry cell lagane s...
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