Cheapest 125cc automatic scooter is here, Mahindra Two-Wheelers Ltd. has finally launched the Gusto 125 in the Southern states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
The Gusto 125 is on-sale in two variants – DX and VX. Priced attractively at Rs. 50,680 for the DX and Rs. 53,680 for the VX (all prices ex-showroom, Bangalore), making it the cheapest 125cc scooter in the market. With the launch of the Gusto 125, the Indian automaker is eyeing market share of the Activa 125, Suzuki Access 125 and Swish 125.
Compared to the Gusto 110, the Gusto 125 features the tweaked faux air-intake vents on the front apron, chrome stripe and Gusto 125 badges on the side panels, dual-tone colour themes, contrast coloured wheels and grab rail. However shares the same curves and edges with the younger Gusto.
The Gusto 125 gets all the features of the Gusto 110 that includes a patented height adjustable seat, remote flip-key with guide lamp, find-me-home lamp, LED pilot lamps, front telescopic fork, tubeless tyres and so on. There’s a decent amount of storage space near the instrument cluster too, other than the underseat storage.
The Gusto 125 is powered by a 124.6cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled ‘M-TEC’ engine that makes 8.5 BHP @ 7,000 rpm and 10 Nm of torque @ 5,500 rpm. It is a great option for everyday riding and comes with CVT for more relaxed automatic gearshifts. It is expected to deliver a company claimed figure of 60 kmpl.
A total of 4 colours are on offer – Orange Rush (dual-tone), Bolt White (dual-tone), Monarch Black and Regal Red. The scooter is fitted with 12-inch wheels for safer dynamics and is retarded by 130 mm drum brake at each wheel. A disc brake version is in the works, will be launched at a later stage.
Prices of the Mahindra Gusto 125 (ex-showroom, city-wise):
- DX – Rs. 50,680/-
- VX – Rs. 53,680/-
- DX – Rs. 50,920/-
- VX – Rs. 54,920/-
- DX – Rs. 51,480/-
- VX – Rs. 54,480/-
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