Hi, here’s a small video that I created expressing my opinion of the Mahindra Mojo 300cc bike, the hype it created etc. Just a channel for my thoughts 🙂

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Guys,

    Looking at the price tag, do you really think that this is going to be a big seller? Kinetic had a collaboration with Hyosung of China and had come out with 2 limited edition bikes(Aquila & Comet). Those were priced lesser than this, being a limited edition bike. Honestly speaking, people who really are into a crave for such bikes are going to go for this as per me.

    Cheers,
    Ash

  2. I somewhat second Shubham.

    Then again Mahindra is kinda a new name in @ wheelers category, they havent proved much in their last offerings ! With such a high price tag, a consumer expects a very high technology with it and superb styling and looks ! Though the company had tried to give a sports look, but that limits certainly in the styling ( and how much in performance it would ???). Usage of golden frames is one innovative thing in this bike, that gives a classy image to it , to an extent. Overall not very impressed with the looks.

  3. It is good, except for the high price tag and that odd 300cc configuration… mark my words at this high end price..the competition (especially from the Bajaj/yamaha stable) will never allow it to thrive in the bike world…

    Point two: Those twin headlights are a passe and outdated. It looks very ugly and unsuitable for this day.

  4. Alright, honestly, I am so excited about this bike in terms of its looks and design but it is really difficult for me to digest the price tag…and having driven the mighty 350 CC royal enfield bike, it’ a testing time – whether to go for latest technology or remain calm and proud with what you own…

  5. Alright, honestly, I am so excited about this bike in terms of its looks and design but it is really difficult for me to digest the price tag…and having driven the mighty 350 CC royal enfield bike, it’ a testing time – whether to go for latest technology or remain calm and proud with what you own…

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