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Mahindra To Launch Motorcycles On 30th September

September 24, 2010

Mahindra 2Wheelers

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Mahindra 2Wheelers will launch the Diablo and Cevalo on the 29th

postponed to the 30th of this month. The Diablo is a 300cc liquid

cooled fuel injected machine with 25bhp of power on tap, while the

Cevalo is a 125cc motorcycle with 15bhp of power on offer. The Diablo

will be priced around Rs. 1,50,000/- whereas the Cevalo will be priced at Rs. 60,000/-

(all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi). The Diablo sports a 6-speed gearbox

and has been tuned for mileage (30-35kmpl). It features inverted

telescopic forks, front and rear disc brakes, 130 section rear tyre,

digital instrumentation, dual headlamps and 18.5 liter fuel tank. The

bike will be available in 5 colours, namely black, blue, silver, yellow

and grey. Details and pictures of the Cevalo can be seen here.

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Source : MotorBeam http://www.motorbeam.com/bikes/mahindra-2wheelers/mahindra-to-launch-motorcycles-on-29th-september/

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Pricing is almost Spot-On by the Mahindra considering the CC's these bikes Offers, especially of the Mojo's w.r.t their earlier Hi-Tech Hyosung Comet 250 & Bajaj Kawasaki Ninja250R bikes.

But Commenting on its Tiny fairing & Seprate Twin Headlamps seems to be not possible now as this design in India is still in Immature stage.

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Here is a video of the launch of the Mojo.

Since the bike is named Mojo, they appropriately got the dancers to perform on the Austin Powers theme.

 

I like Mahindra's sense of humour. Shagadellic baby!!smiley36.gif

 

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Frankly if this was to be a advertisment/media blitz they should have atleast created a better design for the Mojo, the designing team has created a disaster.

The rake angle seems too much, the engine may be used as a stress member, the gap inbetween however the tank and to seat and rear egronomics seem totally out of sync.

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