Mahindra MOJO likely to be priced at Rs. 1.5 lakhs

Friday 23 January 2015, 12:57 PM by

Mahindra has hardly failed to inspire us with its products in years. Its recent showcase for the Indian auto enthusiasts was MOJO, the one that skipped your heart beats. Initial showcase in the year 2010 did gather compliments and desire from around the world. This vehicle could be aptly called the much awaited as well as the most delayed release in the past years. Recent reports say that April 2015 will see MOJO 300 lined up to the showrooms; however nothing is confirmed as of now. This will be the first launch by Mahindra of a performance-based two-wheeler model that will be a great competition for KTM Duke 200.

While the real launch does provide a time window, the price of this bike is expected to go till Rs. 1.5 lakhs. The auto maker has recently exported this unit of MOJO Motorcycle in the CBU guise at a declared price of Rs. 1.25 lakhs. If this gets fixed, then the bike will be available for Indian customers at a price of about Rs. 1.5 lakhs. It was showcased at the Auto Expo 2014 and has shifted the interest of biker enthusiasts. But what was disappointing was the never ending testing period of Mahindra, which was expected to launch the model by the end of 2014, but has now postponed it to April 2015.

Mahindra MOJO likely to be priced at Rs. 1.5 lakhs  | CarTrade.com
Mahindra Mojo 300

This most desired two-wheeler has a heap of loaded features that has ticked the bones to explore and ride it. MOJO 300 will come equipped with a 295 cc fluid cooled, DOHC engine. This engine is expected to churn out a maximum power of 27 bhp with a peak torque of 25 Nm. In order to transmit the produced output to its wheels, the bike will come equipped with a 6-speed gearbox. Coming to its looks, MOJO will feature twin–pot headlamps with LED day-time running lights, LED tail lamps, gold painted upside-down front fork, rib like and twin tube chassis. Adding further to it is rear mono shock suspensions with digital and analog instrument cluster and a single piece of conventional handlebar.

With Dual Exhaust pipes on either side and an engine that is underbelly cowl, MOJO stands majestic. Front and rear disk brakes, Pirelli tyres and a 21-litre fuel tank are some other highlights of this bike. The Petal disks can take enough care of braking duties. This could possibly dent Mahindra competitors with a smooth upper hand. The pricing is also expected to be such that it gives a tough competition to almost all the same segment bikes.

With a comfortable up-seating position, which provides comfort to the rider, the bike is designed in naked style and is a visual pleasure. The digital display and LEDs will carve the best of looks and comfort, all packed up in one for the customers. Instrument support is outfitted with an apparatus and also a low fuel marker. Not just here but much more is the end to this.

Follow Roger Dsouza on
Ad
Popular Mahindra Cars
    No New Cars
Popular Cars
Upcoming Cars
Ad