Mahindra 2 Wheelers has taken the wraps off its first motorcycles for the Indian market. The manufacturer has unveiled two bikes - Mojo and Stallio, and also announced Aamir Khan as the brand ambassador for these bikes.
The first model named the Stallio is a commuter motorcycle. It comes with a four-stroke, single-cylinder and air-cooled 106.7cc engine that is mated to a four speed gearbox. Peak power is 7.3bhp at 7500rpm and max torque is 0.8kgm at 5500rpm.
The Stallio uses telescopic forks up front and adjustable shocks at the rear. Alloy wheels, an electric starter, a fully digital instrument console and LED tail lamps are features available on this bike.
The second bike is called the Mojo. The Mojo features a four-stroke, fuel-injected, single-cylinder and liquid-cooled 292cc powerplant. Double overhead camshafts (DOHC) operate this engine's four valves. Peak power is a healthy 25.8bhp at 8500rpm. Max torque is 2.5kgm at 7000rpm.
The Mojo rides on 17-inch alloy wheels and uses inverted front telescopic forks and a monoshock rear suspension. Braking is courtesy a 320mm front and a 220mm rear petal disc. Tubeless tyres, a digital speedometer, mirror-mounted indicators and a dual exhaust system are other interesting Mojo details.
The Stallio which will hit the showrooms in the first half of October, will retail at Rs 44,690 for top variant with alloys and digital console, while the base variant with spoke wheel and analog dials will cost Rs 41,199. The Mojo will be officially launched in the first half of 2011 and will carry a price tag of Rs 1.75lakh (all prices ex-showroom Pune).