Mahindra Gusto 110 CBS and Gusto 125 CBS launched in India

31/07/2019 - 14:45 | ,   | Suvil Susvirkar

Along with the Mojo 300, Mahindra Two-wheelers has updated the Gusto 110 and Gusto 125 scooters to comply with the safety norms. The 110 cc and 125 cc scooters received the safety net of the Combined Braking System (CBS). The company has updated the price list on its website.

Mahindra Gusto 125 front quarter at Auto Expo 2016
Mahindra Two-wheelers has discontinued the base (DX) variant and the mid-range (HX) variant of the Gusto 125.

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The scooters retail at approximately INR 2,800 above the non-CBS variants. Check out the variant-wise prices in the table below:

ModelVariantEx-showroom Delhi Price
Gusto 110DXINR 50,996
Gusto 110VXINR 55,660
Gusto 125VXINR 58,137

Mahindra Two-wheelers has discontinued the base (DX) variant and the mid-range (HX) variant of the Gusto 125, and the 125 cc scooter is now available in a single variant (VX). The changes are limited to the addition of CBS tech, and the Gusto 110 and Gusto 125 continue to use the same features as before.

Standard features on the Gusto 110 range include tubeless tyres, telescopic front suspension with air springs, LED pilot lamp, quick storage and height-adjustable seat. The VX version benefits from additional features like Remote Flip-Key and Find-Me Lamp. The Gusto 125 VX comes with Quick Storage, Height-Adjustable Seat, Remote Flip Key, Find-Me Lamp and Guide Lamp as standard. The seat height can be adjusted between 735 mm and 770 mm.

Engine specifications remain unaltered. The Gusto 110 uses a 109.6 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder engine that produces 8 BHP at 7,500 rpm and 9 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm. The Gusto 125, on the other hand, draws 8.5 BHP at 7,000 rpm and 10 Nm of torque at 5,500 rpm from its 124.6 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder motor.

Anchoring department comprises drum brakes on both displacement models and sub-variants. A front disc is not available even as an option. The dimensions are very different on the 110 and 125 cc models. Both scooters have a 6-litre fuel tank, 165 mm of ground clearance and a 1,275 mm wheelbase, though.

Mahindra Gusto 125 head lamp at Auto Expo 2016
The Gusto 125 has lost the base (DX) variant.

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Mahindra Two-Wheelers, as mentioned above, also updated the Mojo 300 with the safety-net of dual-channel ABS. The Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS retails at INR 1,88,800 (ex-showroom Delhi). Unlike the non-ABS variants, the new Mojo 300 ABS is available in a single version. The non-ABS model came in UT300 and XT300 guise.

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