Mahindra Pantero, which was launched in January 2013, is now also available in three more variants. T-2, T-3, and T-4 are the all new three models added to the name Pantero. Earlier, there was only one model, the Pantero T-1. The T-1 is the high-end version of the Pantero.
The low-end version, the Pantero T-4 is packed with Analog Display, Kick
Start, and Spoke Wheels. The T-4 is priced at Rs. 44,690. Followed by the next option, the Pantero T-3 is loaded with Analog Display, Kick Start, and Alloy Wheels and is priced at Rs. 45,690. The second last version, the Pantero T-3 is featured of Analog Display, Self Start, and Alloy Wheels. The bike tags Rs. 47,990. The existing and the top-end version the Pantero T-4 gets with all features such as Digital Dashboard, Self Start, and Alloy Wheels. The machine tags Rs. 48,999 (all are ex-showroom Chennai).
Mahindra Pantero comes with a 106.7cc, 4-stroke, Air cooled, Mci-5 engine. It is capable to produce maximum power of.5 PS @ 7500 rpm and maximum torque of 8.5 N-m @ 5500 rpm. Its engine is mated with a 4 speed constant mesh transmission. The ARAI mileage of the Pantero is 79.5 kmpl. However, it is possible to drive the machine always under standard conditions. Still, the machine can give out around 70 kmpl in highways
The Pantero is really a good option for any rider who wants to begin commuting. As the bike is placed in the entry level motorcycle segment, rivals are many for the motorcycle. But tagging much impressive, tempting, and competitive pricing, Mahindra shifts up the gear to top with the Pantero. Hero Splendor Series motorcycles, Honda CB Twister and Dream Yuga, TVS Star and Sport, Bajaj Platina, Discover 100 and the Discover 100ST are the key opponents of the bike.
"Our pricing strategy is all obvious from value propositions, and it does take competition into account. We will make sure that the proposition the customer gets will be appropriate to the value that we are providing to the customer. Our pricing will neither be a deterrent nor a show-stopper. According to our research, the market is not looking for a 'me too product' like the market leaders, they are looking for options and that is exactly what we are trying to serve through both these models," said Anoop Mathur, the President of Mahindra Two Wheelers.
Now the Pantero starts at Rs. 44.690.
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