Sept 16, 2016 : Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd. (MTWL) launched a special edition of the Gusto 110cc scooter. The Mahindra Gusto 110 special edition has been launched to cash in on the upcoming festival season. To distinguish the Gusto 110 from the standard scooter, it will offered in two unique shades of Pacific Matt Blue and Crimson Matt Red. Bookings for the new variant will commence across all Mahindra Two Wheelers spread across the country. The Mahindra Gusto 110 special edition has been priced at Rs 52,010 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and will be offered only in the VX Variant. The special edition has been priced at a premium of Rs 2,000 over the standard VX variant
Preferred For : Daily Commute
18% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above
Happy with purchase Indian brand my scooter is smooth and pick up 👌but but butbutshowroom proper not serving little problem spares acceralater Cable & petrol tank leak in little petrol not findout 😕☹️☹️☹️😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😞😠😠😠😠😠😠😠 only mechanic problems not do work
It is an average scooter. The seat adjustment is a excellent feature. Apart form that nothing so special about it. Pickup, looks, built quality is ok. Since it is from Mahindra you can trust it. Doesn"t betray you in difficult times.
Vehicle with lots of complaints. Only the mileage is better rest everything too bad. Peoples please do not buy this bike 😭😭still now am facing many problems because of this waste product😭😭
It"s a nice scooty. overall performance is good.mileage is awesome.its a comfortable ride.powerful 110 cc engine.top speed I went is 85.
i buy this scooter, all service station and showroom are closed, their no service station at all, less mileage and not comfort
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