Saturday, May 18, 2013

Mahindra Launches a Variant of Pantero at Rs. 39,650

Pantero's 4 variants will be out soon at all Mahindra two wheeler outlets across India and its price has been brought down by Mahindra. It is a strategic move by the Indian auto giant to lure the bike enthusiasts of India. Mahindra bikes have recently been launched in the Indian bazaar and they have a lot to achieve here. Mahindra Pantero price is one of its key features, as the price of this commuter has been kept much affordable. It falls between an adapted and pertinent price bracket of Rs. 39,650 (Ex-Showroom, New Delhi).
Mahindra Pantero
Mahindra Pantero boasts of a four-stroke, single-cylinder and 106.7 cc engine. The air-cooled and MCi-5 engine cranks off the utmost torque output of 8.5 bhp at 7500 rpm whereas the peak torque production of this engine is 8.5 Nm at 5500 rpm. The engine is mated to a four speed manual gearbox with all gears up shift pattern and the gear shifting has been built much smoother and cursive. As far as the fuel-consumption of the latest, Mahindra Pantero is concerned; it delivers a wonderful fuel-economy of 60 kmpl in city conditions while gives a meaty mileage of 79 km/l on wider roads of cities. The fuel-consumption this motorcycle provides and gives relief at the time when fuel-prices are on fire.
Mahindra Pantero
Mahindra Pantero features an efficient suspension system where the front is equipped with telescopic hydraulic-damped whereas at the rear it shows 5-step adjustable, coiled hydraulic damped for a ride with a lot of comfort and pleasure. On the grounds of speed, this two-wheeler leaves many of its rivals far behind by claiming a blazing speed of 100 kmph and reaches up to the mark of 0-60 kmph in just 8.85 seconds. Such fiery speed can only be held firmly in the hands of a rider only if, there is a sound braking system. The front brake of Pantero is equipped with 130 mm drum and at the back it has the same brakes for a safer ride every time. Mahindra Pantero has a good commuter.

Mahindra Pantero pictures a ravishing design that is not so different from the erstwhile Stallio, however, Mahindra has tried to give it a different look. The front part of Pantero is quite similar to Stallio. The headlight and visor of this two-wheeler have been restyled. This commuter is going to be available in four variants along with four notable shades. All and all, this two-wheeler is up for its best pricing, economical fuel-pricing and restyled looks.

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