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Mahindra Pantero | Mahindra Pantero 110 Mahindra Pantero specs, Mahindra Pantero price, Mahindra Pantero variants, Mahindra Pantero launch date, Mahindra Pantero features

Mahindra Pantero | Mahindra Pantero 110
Mahindra Pantero specs, Mahindra Pantero price, Mahindra Pantero variants, Mahindra Pantero launch date, Mahindra Pantero features 
The Mahindra Pantero and Mahindra Centuro are both 106.7cc commuter bikes, housing single headlamp units with LED pilot lamps encased within individual bikini fairings. The Mahindra Pantero looks identical to the Mahindra  Stallio, using saffron backlit digital instruments with an analogue tachometer tucked beneath its tinted visor.
Mahindra Centuro : In detail
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The Mahindra Centuro is positioned slightly higher in the market, a relatively feature-rich bike built around the same platform. The Mahindra Centuro comes equipped with a handsome digital instrument console, this using white backlighting while providing a service due reminder, an economy and power riding mode indicator, a trip counter, odometer and clock. Furthermore, the Centuro will sell equipped with a novel theft deterrent system. The Mahindra Centuro uses a smart looking, LED torch equipped and flip-to-open key which houses a 128 bit secure access chip that triggers an alarm whenever a duplicate key intrudes, further cancelling ignition to immobilise the bike. Another button on this smart key makes the Centuro lights wink, making it easy to locate the bike in a crowded parking lot.
 The relatively basic Mahindra Pantero comes with decent quality palm grips, and switchgear that includes a pass-light flasher, plus handlebar mounted choke lever. Additionally the Mahindra Pantero shows off a lockable tool-bay. Both bikes come equipped with handsome, 5-spoke and 18 inch alloy wheels, while their engine bays and other lower parts sport an all-black finish, including the exhaust, this fitted with a chromed heat guard. Both bikes house the Stallio’s familiar, but extensively reworked and improved, four-stroke, 106.7cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine, now generating a healthier 8.4bhp at 7500rpm, with peak torque close to earlier, at 0.87kgm at 5500rpm. The new powerplant retains common bore and stroke dimensions with the Stallio, now rechristened as the MCI-5 engine, short for Micro Chip Ignited, 5-curves. Mahindra 2-wheeler R&D chief, PS Ashok informs us minor tweaks to engine state-of-tune separate both motorcycles. The Pantero and Centuro bring to the table now industry standard friction killing roller bearings for their rocker arms, a redesigned piston assembly, improved induction plus a better lubrication system. Both bikes come with identical, 4-speed, 4-up shifting gearboxes. Throttle response is better than on the Stallio at low engine speed, a key factor on commuter bikes like these, but our ride was brief, so we must reserve verdict till after strapping on our test equipment. What’s immediately apparent however, is the Pantero gearbox being a solid improvement over the Stallio, a giant step forward. Properly spaced gear ratios and a lighter clutch feel at the control lever are also available, all of which were missing from the first motorcycle.
Mahindra Pantero | Mahindra Pantero 110 Mahindra Pantero specs, Mahindra Pantero price, Mahindra Pantero variants, Mahindra Pantero launch date, Mahindra Pantero features

Mahindra Pantero | Mahindra Pantero 110 Mahindra Pantero specs, Mahindra Pantero price, Mahindra Pantero variants, Mahindra Pantero launch date, Mahindra Pantero features

Mahindra Pantero | Mahindra Pantero 110 Mahindra Pantero specs, Mahindra Pantero price, Mahindra Pantero variants, Mahindra Pantero launch date, Mahindra Pantero features

Mahindra Pantero | Mahindra Pantero 110 Mahindra Pantero specs, Mahindra Pantero price, Mahindra Pantero variants, Mahindra Pantero launch date, Mahindra Pantero features

Mahindra has undoubtedly improved upon the earlier engine and claim the new Mahindra Pantero is capable of 0-60kph in 8.8 seconds, although we look forward to our independent testing to clarify this. The Mahindra Pantero and Centuro deploy twin downtube steel frames, a marginal 1.87kg lighter than the Stallio, with telescopic fork front suspension and a set of adjustable rear shocks. It’s disappointing to note the rear suspension is still bolted to an obsolete, tubular steel swingarm, that few Indian motorcycles continue to deploy today.
Mahindra Pantero Specs

Technical Specifications : Mahindra Pantero : In detail

Mahindra Pantero Engine                                              106.7 cc Single Cylinder, 4-stroke, Air cooled, Mci-5 engine

Bore X Stroke                                  52.4 X 49.5 mm

Power                                               8.5 PS @ 7500 rpm

Torque                                              8.5 Nm @ 5500 rpm

Ignition                                             Electric Start / Kick Start

Transmission                                     4 Speed

Chassis                                             Double cradle tubular steel

Suspension: Front/ rear                     Telescopic , Coil spring / Coiled 5-step adjustable

Brake:          Front/ rear                    130mm Drum  / 130mm Drum

Tyre Size:    Front/rear                      2.75” x 18” / 3.0” x 18”

Headlamp                                         12 V 35W/35W Halogen

Tail lamp                                           LED Type

Speedometer                                    Digital / Analog

Dry Weight                                      111 kg

Length                                              2031 mm

Width                                               735 mm

Height                                              1111 mm

Wheel Base                                      1265 mm

Ground Clearance                            173 mm

Fuel Tank Capacity                          12.7 liters


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