DO'S

  • In order to get the maximum mileage from your vehicle you should keep the following points in mind.
  • Drive at a steady speed (between 40 to 50 km/hr).
  • Use good quality unleaded petrol of Octane 87 or high.
  • Maintain correct tyre pressure at manufacturer recommended levels (different tyre pressures for single and pillion seat riding).
  • Check and clean air filter element.
  • Check and clean spark plug and adjust electrode gap.
  • Check whether brakes are dragging.
  • Engine oil should be changed regularly and filled upto the correct level.
  • Service the engine and tune up regularly with special attention to clean the carburetor and maintaining correct valve clearances.
  • Use choke during cold starting condition only.
  • Consider weight on the two-wheeler as it makes a big difference to mileage.
  • Buy fuel in the morning as it is sold by volume and expands during the day when it gets hot.
  • Keep your vehicle clean and dust free.
  • Fill up from busy and well-known petrol stations where quality and quantity are assured.
  • Go gentle on the throttle.
  • Try and avoid congested roads as far as possible, even if it means you have to take a slightly longer route.
  • Get your vehicle tuned and serviced regularly by a Mahindra 2 Wheelers authorized dealer.
  • Try and avoid congested roads as far as possible, even if it means you have to take a slightly longer route.
  • Get your vehicle tuned and serviced regularly by a Mahindra 2 Wheelers authorized dealer.

DON'T'S

  • In order to get the maximum mileage from your vehicle you should keep the following points in mind.
  • Do not keep the clutch lever pressed while riding.
  • Do not run the engine in low gear for long times.
  • Do not park your motorcycle under direct sunlight as it causes evaporation of petrol.
  • Do not keep brake pedal pressed while riding.
  • Do not raise the engine rpm during traffic halts.
  • Do not rev the engine unnecessarily.
  • Do not fill up to the beam in the tank as there can be spillage and petrol can expand and overflow.
  • Switch off the engine if the halt is for more than 2 minutes.
  • Do not cover Inlet of Air Filter assembly.
  • Anticipating stops and avoiding abrupt stops will decrease fuel consumption and increase the life of your brakes and tyres.
  • Do not cover the engine in the front and sides which restricts the smooth airflow to the engine fins required for air-cooling thereby running at a higher temperature.