The Mahindra Centuro Rockstar is cheaper than the O1 and N1 variants.
A new low-end variant of the Mahindra Centuro called as the Rockstar has been introduced in select cities across the country. The entry level variant skimps on some features to arrive at a price of INR 45,221 (ex-showroom Jaipur).
Visually, the Centuro Rockstar can be instantly recognized by its unique 'Rockstar' branded decals. The motorcycle forgoes features that are offered on the top-end O1 variant such as remote smart key, anti-theft alarm, guide me and find-me lamps. The key fob however is still the foldable one as in the higher variants.
The bike retains features such as LED pilot lamps, alloy wheels, twin golden ribs and black finish for the engine but omits the engine cowl.
The hardware is intact with the 110 cc air-cooled engine producing 8.5 PS and 8.5 Nm of torque. Transmission is a 4-speed unit.
The Mahindra Centuro Rockstar is expected to be launched throughout the country phase wise, and the company told IAB that an announcement will be made next week.
The relatively new two wheeler manufacturer is also readying its first 110 cc automatic scooter codenamed G101, Mojo 300 motorcycle, a disc brake variant of the Centuro and the Rodeo UZO 125 (top-end variant of the scooter) for launch.
Competitors: Hero Passion, Honda Dream Yuga, Bajaj Discover 100 T
[Images from Bike Dekho]