Mahindra Two Wheelers launches new bike Centuro N1

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Mahindra Two Wheelers Ltd, a part of the Mahindra group, today launched a new motorcycle Centuro N1 priced at Rs 45,700 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

The company said the new bike delivers a fuel economy of 85.4 kmpl (ARAI) and it comes with anti-theft alarm with engine immobiliser.

Commenting on the launch, M&M President (Two Wheeler Sector) & Member of the Group Executive Board, Anoop Mathur said the new Centuro N1 launched at an attractive price, will enable new consumer segments to experience the incredible Centuro proposition.

Mahindra Two Wheelers sold over 1 lakh units of its existing bike Centuro in 6 months.

Mahindra Two Wheelers Executive Vice President Viren Popli said: "We have ramped up production at our state of the art Pithampur plant by introducing additional lines to meet the growing demand for Centuro, thereby reducing the waiting period to 7-10 days."

The company has also focused on expanding sales and service network and have been setting up new touch points at the rate of almost two per day for the past two months, he added.

"We now have a network reach of 390 dealers and more than 1,000 touch points across the country. We will continue to expand this base," Popli said.

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