Mahindra has finally unveiled its newly developed scooter in the 110cc category. Named as the Gusto, this new scooter packs a slew of first off features at a very competitive price. So we decided to compare the technical specifications of the new Gusto against the existing scooters in the Indian two wheeler market to find out which product outdoes the other.
Here is the spec sheet comparison:
|Make/Model||Mahindra Gusto (VX)||Honda Activa||TVS Jupiter||Suzuki Let’s||Hero Maestro|
|Engine||109.6 cc, 4-stroke, Air-cooled||109.2 cc 4-stroke, Air-cooled||109.7cc 4-stroke, Air-cooled||112.8 cc 4-stroke, Air-cooled||109 cc 4-stroke, Air-cooled|
|Length x Width x Height (mm)||1825 x 697 x 1188||1761 x 710 x 1147||1834 x 650 x 1115||1805 x 655 x 1120||1780 x 710 x 1165|
|Ground Clearance (mm)||165||153||150||160||155|
|Seat Height (mm)||770 in upper position, 735 in lower position||765||765||765||770|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (litre)||6||5.3||5||5.2||5.3|
|Price (Ex-Showroom Mumbai)||Rs 49,180||Rs 50,280||Rs 49,700||Rs 46,800||Rs 51,000|
Suzuki Let’s has the biggest engine with an 112.8cc capacity. The Let’s also produces more number of horses versus the competition. However, Hero Maestro produces marginally higher torque figure than the Suzuki Let’s.
In terms of dimensions, TVS Jupiter is the longest scooter in the comparison while Mahindra Gusto is the tallest. Mahindra Gusto also has the highest ground clearance number in the list which enables it to tackle the speed breakers with ease. But the category where the Mahindra Gusto earns maximum brownie points is in the seat height department. The Gusto dons a height adjustable rider seat which gives the scooter a variable seat height ranging from 735mm to 770mm. Mahindra Gusto also has the largest fuel tank which lets the scooter cover more miles to a full tank of fuel that its competitors. TVS Jupiter, with its 5 litre tank, has the smallest fuel carrying capacity.
When we compare the prices (Ex-showroom Mumbai), the Suzuki Let’s is cheapest scooter in thge list while the Hero Maestro is the most expensive. However, the newly launched Mahindra Gusto offers various first-in-class features making it a more value for money product.
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