The new Mahindra Gusto is Mahindra Two Wheeler's first global scooter offering. It has been designed and developed at the brand's R&D centre in Pune. Like every other Mahindra offering, the Gusto features a wide array of new-age technology features. Mahindra, a relatively young name in the two-wheeler space, has a formidable range of scooters in its portfolio but there's a catch - they all belong to the 125cc segment which is not exactly observed as the fuel efficient driving force for the mass market. Finally the home-grown UV giant is about to make some noise it in the high volume 110cc scooter segment with the all-new Mahindra Gusto. Some of Mahindra's offerings are long in the tooth like the Mahinfra Duro or a bit too traditional for most buyers to care about, like the Flyte. Nonetheless, the brand is hard at work developing thoroughly modern products for the new-age buyer. The Gusto is powered by an 110cc M-TEC engine featuring a stronger crankshaft and bearings, high inertia magneto, high energy HT coil to deliver superior power, efficiency and reliability. The scooter rides on large 12-inch wheels, front telescopic suspension with air springs and hydraulic rear suspension. The Mahindra Gusto is available in two variants - Vx and Dx. It competes with other 110cc scooters including the Honda Activa, Suzuki Let's and the TVS Jupiter.