Key Specs of Centuro
Mahindra Centuro Highlights
The Mahindra Centuro is one of the most feature-laden motorcycles in its segment. Mahindra has given the bike a typical premium commuter styling but with a distinct ‘Golden Ribs’ design element below the tank section. You also get brushed metal finish in the plastic panels on the sides and on the flyscreen for added premiumness. The headlamp is halogen while the tail light is LED. Other notable features include 96-bit encrypted remote flip key, Find-Me lamps and a guide lamp which stays on for a while even after the ignition is switched off.
Powering the Mahindra Centuro is a 106.7cc single-cylinder engine which generates 8.5PS at 7500rpm and 8.5Nm at 5500rpm, working alongside a 4-speed transmission. The double cradle tubular steel frame employs telescopic forks up front and 5-step preload adjustable twin rear shock absorbers. Brakes include 130mm drum on both ends, with a front 240mm disc brake-equipped version offered as a separate variant. It competes with Honda Dream Yuga, Bajaj Discover 110, TVS Victor 110 and Hero Splendor i-Smart 110.
Mahindra Centuro Pros and Cons
Things We Like in Centuro
- Contemporary design
- Loaded with features- Instrumental cluster shows speed
- Coded flip key and find me lights
Things We Don't Like in Centuro
- Skinny tyres
- Plastic quality could be better
0 MB Storage, 2x faster experience
Centuro Price List (Variants)
|Centuro Rockstar Kick Alloy85.4 kmpl, 106.7 cc||Rs.43,250|
|Centuro Rockstar85.4 kmpl, 106.7 cc||Rs.48,935|
|Centuro NXT106.7 cc||Rs.54,095|
|Centuro Disc Brake85.4 kmpl, 106.7 cc||Rs.54,935|
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Mahindra Centuro Mileage and Performance
|ARAI Mileage||85.4 kmpl|
|Overall Mileage||85 kmpl|
|Max Speed||92 kmph|
|0-60 Kmph||8.85 Sec|
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|Hyderabad||Rs. 44,870 - 56,585|
|Delhi||Rs. 43,250 - 54,935|
|Bangalore||Rs. 44,880 - 56,595|
|Mumbai||Rs. 44,590 - 56,285|
|Chennai||Rs. 43,940 - 55,655|
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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 and Features
The Mahindra Centuro is one of the Indian brand’s most advanced yet affordable premium commuter. The most distinct design element the Centuro is the ‘Golden Ribs’ located just below the fuel tank. While they do not serve any practical purpose, they do make the bike look apart from the regular run-of-the-mill commuters. The Mahindra Centuro comes with a semi-digital instrument cluster which houses a Distance-To-Empty (DTE) gauge apart from the regular trove of information. The headlamp is a halogen unit, while the tail lamp is LED. Another interesting feature is the Find-Me lamp which can be switched on remotely to find the bike in crowded parking spots. There’s also a guide lamp which stays on even after switching off the ignition. This is particularly useful when walking out of a dimly-lit parking lot. You also get a pretty cool-looking remote flip key, which is secured with 96-bit encryption, as well as an engine immobiliser!
Braking and Handling
The Mahindra Centuro makes do with 130mm drum on both ends, apart from a variant with a 240mm front petal disc. However, the bike lacks ABS or CBS when it comes to safety features. Expect Mahindra to update the motorcycle with CBS in a few months as the government mandates compulsory CBS for bikes below 125cc category.
Safety and 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.