Mahindra-2-Wheelers today unveiled 125cc version of its Gusto unisex scooter, ahead of its market launch which is scheduled to take place next-month after the Auto Expo 2016.
Look-wise, the Gusto 125 is similar to the Gusto 110 on-sale now, but gets a new ‘125’ badging on the side panels, additionally a new body colours and graphics. A total of 4 funky paint schemes are on offer – Monarch Black, Orange Rush, Bolt White and Regal Red. Mahindra has tweaked the faux air intake vents on the front apron and re-positioned it upside, while number plate is placed in between above the Mahindra logo.
Features are retained from the Gusto 110 in the Gusto 125. It includes a Remote Flip Key, Find-Me Lamps, Guide Lamps, Bright Halogen Head Lamp with LED pilot lamps, easy Front Kick and a Quick Storage compartment, all designed to provide a delightful consumer experience. However, it does not have a front disc brake which we feel is a bit of a mistake on Mahindra’s part.
Powertrain-wise, the Gusto 125 is a more powerful version of the outgoing smaller variant, the Gusto 110. The Gusto 125 is powered by a new 124.6cc 4-stroke petrol engine producing 8.6PS of power and 10Nm of torque, mated to a variable roller track CVT transmission. Rides on the 12-inch tubeless tyres, with stopping power coming from 130 mm drum brakes at the front and rear.
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GALLERY: Mahindra Gusto 125