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Expert Reviews on Mahindra Gusto

  • Mahindra Gusto Final Long Term report

    Mahindra Gusto Final Long Term report

    The Mahindra Gusto was with us for over five months and the fact that I rode it for about 1,000km per month speaks a lot about my love for scooters. They have spoilt me. Primarily, for the ease of riding and also for the quality of this two-wheeler being convenient over motorcycles. No wonder I chose the Gusto over the option of other bikes/cars for my daily use.

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  • Mahindra Gusto Long Term Report 4

    Mahindra Gusto Long Term Report 4

    Our Mahindra Gusto long-termer has been used for more than 5,000km till date and hasn't given any kind of trouble yet. I have used it in different traffic and road conditions and it is still as good as new. The engine note is the same and the scooter still provides the same ride feel as it did at the beginning. Neither do the panels rattle nor have the brakes lost bite.

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  • Mahindra Gusto Long Term Report 3

    Mahindra Gusto Long Term Report 3

    A lot has been said about the unique and best-in-class features of the Mahindra Gusto. Sure, they are good, but what about the engine and gearbox of the scooter? Our long-termer has run for almost about 4,000km now, so I have a fair idea of how the motor of the scooter performs.

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  • Long Term Report 2 - Mahindra Gusto

    Long Term Report 2 - Mahindra Gusto

    One feature that works in favour of scooters when compared to a motorcycle is the presence of utility spaces. Our long-termer, the Gusto VX has a large underseat storage, which did help me store my raincoat, phone, wallet, pillion's purse and a few other things; albeit not my large-sized helmet. This space is good enough for medium-sized or open-faced helmets. However, you wouldn't want to and shouldn't put things which have problem with the heat, so stacking and carrying some of your grocery and vegetables here is out of the question.

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  • Long Term Report 1 - Mahindra Gusto

    Long Term Report 1 - Mahindra Gusto

    Mahindra Two Wheelers launched the Gusto last year and still sells it along with the Duro and Rodeo UZO 125. Unlike the other scooters from their portfolio, the Gusto is Mahindra's first indigenously developed product.

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  • Mahindra Gusto

    Mahindra Gusto

    As running costs of pretty much everything motorised is going upwards every other month, affordable and economical means of transportation is becoming increasingly essential. And for those looking for a machine to meet these rudiments, one only needs to turn towards the enormous range of fuel-sipping scooters currently available in the market.  

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Mahindra Gusto

Mahindra Gusto

  • Displacement109.6 cc
  • Max Power(bhp)8 bhp
  • Kerb Weight120 kg
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Last known Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 51,767