Mahindra Gusto 125, Gusto 110 launched with latest safety features
Home-grown automaker Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. has updated its Gusto 125 and Gusto 110 scooters with the combined braking system (CBS)- a mandatory safety feature as per new automotive norms. With the new safety update, the prices of the scooters have been increased by upto Rs. 2,816. Notably, the new variants retain the design, specifications, and features of their outgoing models. Here's our roundup.
Let's take a look at both the scooters
Mahindra Gusto 125 and Gusto 110 look similar to each other featuring a sharp sporty look with height-adjustable leatherette seats, sleek headlamps, and body-colored front mudguard. Talking about electronic features, the scooters get an analog instrument console, halogen headlamps along with LED pilot tamps and LED taillamps. Furthermore, both the scooters sit on 12-inch and 10-inch front and rear wheels.
Power and performance
The Mahindra Gusto 125 is powered by a 124.6cc air-cooled, 4 Stroke engine which is capable of producing 8.70PS of maximum power at 7,000rpm and 10Nm of peak torque at 5,500rpm. On the other hand, the smaller Gusto 110 is fueled by a 109.6cc unit that churns out 8.15PS of power and 9Nm of peak torque.
Mahindra Gusto 125 and Gusto 110: On the road
On the safety front, the Mahindra Gusto 125 and Gusto 110 come equipped with 130mm drum brakes on both the front and rear wheels along with combined braking system (CBS) for improved road handling. To handle the suspension duties, both the scooters house telescopic forks on the front and a monoshock suspension on the rear.
Finally, what about pricing?
The Mahindra Gusto 110 starts at Rs. 50,996 for its entry-level DX variant and goes upto Rs. 55,660 for the top-end VX model. On the other hand, the Mahindra Gusto 125 with solo variant is priced at Rs. 58,137. At this price point, the scooters lock horns with rivals such as Honda Activa 5G, Hero Maestro Edge, and TVS Jupiter.