Mahindra seems to be warming up to launch a new 110cc scooter and Centuro in the domestic market soon. The test mules of Centuro with disc brakes and a 110cc scooter have been spied testing in the country, fuelling the launch speculations of the vehicles in the domestic market.
Both the two wheelers were caught on test near Lonavala by the folks at OverDrive. From the pictures, it look s like Mahindra's 110cc scooter codenamed G101 will comes with a unisex design, which is similar to Honda Activa and Jupiter Sport. The scooter is likely to wear MRF Nylogrip tyres and is expected to get telescopic front forks. It is likely to flaunt Blaze scooter inspired front apron. The images also show a new instrument console, an analogue fuel gauge and archetypal switchgear.
Under the hood, the scooter is likely to pack a single cylinder air cooled four stroke 106.7cc engine which can pump in a power of 8.5 PS and peak torque of 8.5 Nm.
Moving on to the new Centuro, if reports are to be believed, then Mahindra's upcoming Centuro with disc brake will be called O1-D. The motorbike is likely to be powered by the same Micro Chip Ignited 5-Curve (MCi-5) engine which can churn out a peak power of 8.5 hp and peak torque of 8.5 Nm and will feature find me lamps, guide me home lamps, LED pilot lamps and engine immobilizer.
Besides this, Mahindra is also expected to launch Mojo 300 in the subcontinent market in coming months. The Mojo 300, which made its first appearance in 2010 and later at 2014 Delhi Auto Expo, is expected to draw its power from 300cc liquid cooled, 4-stroke single cylinder engine. The engine can churn out a power of 27 bhp at 8000 rpm and a peak torque 25 Nm at 6,500 rpm. The stopping power of Mojo 300 is likely to be handled by the single front and rear disc brake.
The Mojo 300 has made numerous appearances on web through spy images. The bike is expected to come loaded with new features like headlights with DRL (daytime running lights), mudguard and LED tail-light and is likely to get telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the rear. The bike is expected to come mated to a six-speed transmission and would sport disc brakes, USD forks and Pirelli Sport Demon tyres .
In May, Mahindra Two Wheelers reported a 131 per cent growth in domestic sales. The company sold 15,878 units in May, as against the 6,858 units in the corresponding month last year. During the same period, Mahindra Two Wheelers, a part of $16.5 billion Mahindra group, also exported 946 units of two wheelers.