Mahindra Stallio Review – New 110cc Bike From Mahindra

Mahindra Two Wheelers has come up with a new gift for the Dassehara festival, called Stallio. With a tagline of “Jaan hai, Shaan hai aur Itminaan Bhi” the Mahindra Stallio is an entry level 110cc commuter bike; however, it’s boasting of Mahindra’s technology and some irresistible features.

The design of Mahindra Stallio looks appealing from all sides; front, sides and the rear. The Stallio comes with dynamic and interesting body graphics and noteworthy is the headlamp cluster which looks very stylish; it indeed adds a different look to the Stallio.

The headlamp cluster placed at front cowl is eye candy and the smiley-shaped light impresses onlookers, Halogen headlight promises clear vision at night. The windscreen comes in tinted glass and is neatly put just above the headlamp cluster adding glamor to the Mahindra Stallio. The turn blinkers in the front add classy looks to the front. The instrument panel is a mixture of digital and analogue and is placed behind the headlamp cluster. The instrument cluster includes fuel gauge, trip meter, and speedometer. Fuel tank of the Stallio is big and adds to the muscle yet doesn’t give the bike a bulky look. The long and wide seat offers comfortable seating space to rider and the pillion. The rear of the Mahindra Stallio comes with LED tail lamps that merge with the rear blinkers. Overall the Stallio has decent looks.

Mahindra Stallion is powered by 4-stroke, air-cooled, one-cylinder SI engine with SOHC valve configuration that displaces 106.7cc.

The new engine is mated to 4-speed constant-mesh transmission gearbox. The engine delivers peak power of 7.3 PS @ 7500 rpm and torque of 8Nm @ 5500 rpm. The bike is also bestowed with digital CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition) and TCIS (Throttle-Controlled Ignition System) technology. The engine coupled with the advanced technology makes it a performer.

The Mahindra Stallio is a fuel efficient horse, and it offers a very good mileage of 50-55 kmpl in the city and 60kmpl on the highways. The classy bike comes in beautiful colors to give exciting looks to the bike. It comes in shades of red, silver, black, yellow and green to draw all kinds of bike riders; young to old.

The Stallio comes with dynamic braking system; although it is a let down for disc brake lovers. The bike doesn’t sport disc brakes and comes with 130 mm dia- internal expanding drum brakes both front and the rear.

The advanced suspension technology is neat to give a bump-free ride even on pothole laden roads while offering stability to the bike. The front suspension is telescopic hydraulic damped fork type and the rear is a 5-step adjustable coiled hydraulic damped fork.

The Stallio comes with broad wheels and tyres giving the bike needed robust look and the alloy wheel will appeal to ride enthusiasts. The big and broad tyres offer good controlling of the bike and reduce chances of skidding.