|EMI Tenure||Bank Interest %||Installments||EMI Total|
|12 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|18 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|24 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|30 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|36 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|48 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
Terms and Conditions
>= 21 Years
Processing Fees: 1%
Documentation Charges: 2.5%
Post Disbursal Document charges Rs 115/-
Stamp Duty at Actuals (as per State)
Disclaimers and Description
Terms & conditions Apply .Credit at Sole discretion of HDFC Bank .
Prices listed are Indicative. Prices may differ from place to place
The Mahindra Duro DZ 125 is an automatic scooter from the stables of Mahindra 2wheelers. It is powered by an 8 bhp 124cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine that employs Dual Curve Digital Ignition (DCDi), which helps the scooter deliver high mileage. It comes with features such as telescopic front suspension, a 6.5 litre fuel tank, and a large 20 litre underseat storage.Price & Colours
The 2016 Mahindra Duro DZ delivers an average mileage of 56.25 kmpl. It is priced at priced at Rs.46,030(ex-showroom, Delhi), and is available in 7 colours, purple, silver, red, white, black, brown, and grey.
The scooter employs a step-thru body style, which simplifies getting astride the seat and off it. The ergonomics offered is that of a typical scooter, with a feet-forward upright seating posture.
It is powered by a 124cc air-cooled single cylinder engine that outputs 8 bhp @ 7500 rpm and 9 Nm torque @ 5500 rpm. The scooter employs an automatic continuously variable transmission, which makes it easy to ride.
The Duro uses telescopic forks at the front, and a hydraulic shock absorber at the rear end. Telescopic forks offer more travel when compared to trailing-link type suspension, which improves the shock absorption characteristics, offering a more comfortable ride.
It comes fitted with 130mm drum brakes on the front and rear wheels.
The Mahindra Duro DZ 125 is best suited for those who want for a scooter for commuting short distances (lesser than 30 kms per day) within the city, and those who are new to riding a motorized two wheeler.