This is a premium entry level bike named as Mahindra Centuro. Mahindra has tried their level best to make this bike look mature and premium than other entry level bikes. In fact, they have tried so hard that this bike resembles a lot to its main competitor, Passion xPro. The face and side styling of this bike is not something we have not seen before. Its alloy wheels, front fender and rear view mirrors are similar to its younger sibling, Pantero which means it doesn't look stylish and premium. Mahindra Centuro offers you some under seat storage space. Apart from front leg guard and rear saree guard, this bike becomes India's first bike to offer safety features like Anti-theft system with an inbuilt engine immobilizer and guide lamps which illuminate to show you path at night even after you goaway. Mahindra Centuro has hydraulic telescopic front forks and five way adjustable rear coil shock absorbers of Pantero can also be seen doing duty in this bike. Both wheels of Mahindra Centuro are equipped with drum brakes of 130mm. There is still no optional front disk brake from Mahindra which is a big disappointment. The Mahindra Centuro is loaded with features like the flip-key with 96-bit secure access (India's first for a motorcycle), engine immobilizer, anti-theft alarm, DTE (distance to empty), Find me lamps and LED parking lights. The performance of the Centuro with 106.7cc MCI-5 single-cylinder engine is on par with the segment standards it produces 8.5PS and 8.5Nm of torque and the power is delivered via four-speed all-up shift pattern gearbox. The Mahindra Centuro is currently available in two colours- Red and Black with bold graphics. This bike will be competing with recently launched bikes like Hero Passion xPro, Honda Dream Yuga, Yamaha SZ-RR, TVS Sport ES and Bajaj Discover 100T.