Mahindra Gusto 125
- Engine: 124.6 Cc
- Mileage: 63 - 63.5 Kmpl
- Power: 8.5 bhp
- Weight: 120 - 123 Kg
Mahindra Gusto 125 Overview
Soon after the success of Gusto 110, came Gusto 125. When launched, the scooter got a positive response for being an overall decent scooter in terms of design, practicality, and comfort. The Gusto 125 is basically an extension of its smaller sibling, as it carries a similar design and underparts. The only change in terms of visuals is the new paint scheme and the new sticker set. Otherwise, all other major elements remain the same. While it also carries a slightly bigger engine for a better performance. The Mahindra Gusto 125 carries a host of features which is hardly seen in other scooters of this range. One of the best features in the Gusto 125 include ride height control and remote flip key with find me lamps, these, of course, are the rarest of features found in its segment.
Mahindra Gusto 125 Engine & Transmission
The Mahindra Gusto 120 comes packed with a four-stroke MTECH 124.6cc carburetted engine. The engine delivers a healthy 8.5bhp of maximum power at 7000 rpm and 10Nm of torque at 5500 rpm. The engine comes mated to an automatic transmission for hassle free city riding. The engine comes with mechanical components like high-energy ignition-coil, silent cam-chain and improved multi-mapping along with low friction piston rings, all this combines to help Gusto 125 deliver a smooth, vibration free riding experience. All the Torque required for easy city & highway riding is readily available with a twist of the wrist. The scooter is good enough to do a top speed of 82km/hr when fully pinned down on open highways.
Mahindra Gusto 125 Mileage
The auto giant, Mahindra 2 Wheelers, is best known for equipping its vehicles with the best in class features and Gusto 125 is not an exception. The Gusto 125 comes with a serious list of features which includes height adjustable seat, tubeless tyres, remote flip key, telescopic suspension with air springs, guide lamps and find me lamps. Apart from that, the scooter misses out on one of the most important features, a USB charging socket, which can be seen on many of its counterparts. Talking about the fuel consumption, the scooter delivers an overall fuel economy of 45km/lt.
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