Expected Launch Date: Sep 2018 – Dec 2018
Mahindra Arro Overview
Mahindra Arro is a basic commuter bike from Mahindra and is meant for daily use. The price range of the bike is also very affordable. Featuring very basic concept the aim of the manufacturer is to provide comfort at lesser price in the rural market. It is equipped with simple features and yet gives a decent performance.
Mahindra Arro Engine & Transmission
The engine has a lot to do in this model and is a real performer. With 110cc, this bike would definitely be able to play a tough competitor with other bikes in the market. Arro is powered by the same Micro Chip ignited-5 curve (MCi-5) engine used in the Mahindra Centuro, which delivers maximum power and torque as well as ensures for less fuel-consumption. It is powered by a 4 stroke 106.7 cc Micro Chip ignited-5 curve (MCi-5) engine with maximum power of 8.5 BHP @ 7,500 rpm and peak torque of 8.5Nm @ 5,500 rpm, mated to 4 speed gearbox.
Mahindra Arro Mileage
It comes with a great mileage and has it as an added advantage. The credentials of this bike are best performance, low price and good mileage. Arro also ensures that riding and handling is simple and easy with the good technology and features imbibed in it. It is blessed with double cradle chassis and five-step adjustable rear shock suspensor, which makes it stronger for off-road riding. The compact handlebar and extra long seat give a perfect riding position to the riders. Arro caters to the basic needs of a bike rider and looking on to its price. The fuel tank can hold 13.7 litres and makes your ride longer.
Mahindra Arro Braking & Safety
Taking into consideration the safety features the bike is equipped with powerful brakes to stop immediately in case of emergencies, which helps in avoiding accidents. It also comes with five-step adjustable rear shock absorber and is equipped with a lightweight frame.
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