Mahindra Two Wheelers has been making steady progress across the last five years in our market.
The Centuro has played an important role in its growth story, registering sales of more than 1 lakh units in the last six months. Now, to gain a larger share of the 100cc segment, it has launched a new variant, the Centuro N1, which is Rs. 2,000 cheaper than the current variant of Centuro, as the LCD instrument cluster has been replaced by an analogue cluster.
The new Centuro N1 looks similar to the Centuro available in the market today, packing in features like the MCi-5 engine with an internationally patented anti-theft alarm system and engine immobiliser, along with remote flip key, find-me lamps and guide lamps, all this with a re-engineered fuel sensing system and a five-year warranty.
The Centuro N1 is priced at a competitive Rs. 45,700 (ex-showroom, Delhi).