Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Mahindra Pantero-A Must Own Commuter

Mahindra, one of the leading brands of the country's two-wheeler market, is working hard in order to develop a foothold in the highly competitive Indian bike bazaar. Mahindra, lately unveiled the all new Pantero to have a better grip on the market. Mahindra Bikes are new to the Indian bike market and above all the most important thing, it is the newest in the commuter segment and the competition starts from here for Mahindra because there is a huge fan following of Hero and Bajaj across the nation. The commuter bike will challenge the market partakers of the company with its quality. Will it? Let's find out!
Mahindra Pantero
Mahindra Pantero is loaded with a four stroke, air-cooled engine with a displacement of 106.7 cc to give more power to the bike. Such qualities enable the new Pantero to have a power-packed ride even with a pillion. The new commuter's engine is loaded with a Mci (Micro Chip ignited) technology for more and advanced quality. The bike offers a meaty mileage of 60 km/l in city whereas on highways the bike is capable to squeeze out a dream mileage of 79 km/l. Either you are commuting to work or preparing to go for a long drive there will be no fuel-efficiency concern at all.
Mahindra Pantero
Mahindra Pantero Features a great quality of suspensions as the front has a telescopic hydraulic damped on the other hand the rear is a 5 step adjustable, coiled hydraulic damped. The fine suspensions offer a ride with no hindrance even on bumpy roads. It shows a four speed gearbox with all the gears up shifting and the gear shifting is such smooth that you do not even have to effort more. Mahindra Pantero Price is Rs. 45,000* starting (Ex-showroom Delhi). In terms of price the bike lovers should thank Mahindra keeping the price such low. The deal is really fantastic and one should not let this go.
Mahindra Pantero
Mahindra Pantero is a comeback of Mahindra in bike markt. Mahindra Pantero Pictures a perfect blend of looks and style. The Pantero is quite similar to its erstwhile Stallio but its improved looks takes it way ahead then Stallio. The graphics aid more to its styling and looks. The new Pantero is available in four vibrant shades like Fiery Red, Sterling Silver, Blazing Black and Cool Black. The commuter is accessible in four variants T1 to T4. Overall, style, looks and the reasonable price are the pros of the bike while no option for disc brake can be a con.

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