The Mahindra Arro will not be launched in India as it is just a downgraded version of Indian Mahindra Centuro, making it good for emerging markets like Africa. The Indian Centuro has been wisely priced and Mahindra has recently discontinued Pantero as the sales are being focused on the Centuro only. The bike gets the same 106.7 cc engine, producing 8.5 BHP and 8.5 NM of torque. The gearbox being used is a 4-speed unit and the bike gets a nominal weight of 120 kg. It gets a good 13.7 liter of fuel tank and returns a 60+ kmpl mileage. It was expected to be launched for INR 39,000.
What is the launch date of Mahindra Arro?