Mahindra Gusto Disc Brake Variant Spotted Testing

The automatic Mahindra scooter comes available in 110 cc and 125 cc


Mahindra Gusto automatic scooter is expected to get an all new top end trim which will come equipped with disc brake. Recently a prototype of the scooter with the disc brake was spotted in Pune, where Mahindra and Mahindra’s R & D facility is based on. The scooter has been spotted with a red on test registration plate, which suggests that the automaker is developing an all new variant. Expect the new variant to be launched in a few months.

Although it is not confirmed yet, but the Mahindra Gusto disc brake variant would come available in two different variants, which will be a 110 cc and a 125 cc. It will be based on the outgoing top end variant, which comes with interesting car like features – remote flip key, height adjustable seats, anti theft system, find me lamps and guide me home lamps. Now with the inclusion of the disc brake the automatic scooter is expect to get an addition on the price tag which will be around Rs. 2000.

2016 Mahindra Gusto 125 Test Ride
Mahindra Gusto is available in 110 cc and 125 cc variants

Design wise the variants are very much similar, but the colour themes of the variants make it easier to differentiate. The 110 cc variant scooter dons a single colour theme, while the 125 cc variant sports a dual tone theme with sporty looking decals. The Mahindra Gusto gets a V shaped headlamp, with dual pilot lamps at both corners. The front cowl gets trapezoidal turn indicators on both sides and below it there is a rectangular panel. The front cowl also gets fake vents, which actually add on zing to the scooter. From the side profile, the scooter looks sharp, with the crisp character lines and appealing design.

Mahindra Gusto 125 Review
Expect the disc brake variant to be launched in a few months

The 110 cc variant of the Mahindra Gusto churns out 8 bhp of peak power and 9 Nm of peak torque, while on the other hand the 125 cc Mahindra Gusto pumps out 8.5 bhp of peak power and 10 Nm of peak torque. Both the variants come equipped with a CVT gearbox.

Source: Indiancarsbikes

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