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BS6 Mahindra Mojo 300
Mahindra Mojo 300
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₹ 2,08,000
Mahindra Centuro Rockstar (Autos Maxabout)
Mahindra Centuro Rockstar
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₹ 48,935
Mahindra Gusto VX
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Mahindra Centuro NXT
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₹ 43,250 - ₹ 54,935
Mahindra Duro 125 DZ
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₹ 45,100 - ₹ 46,240
Mahindra Gusto VX
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7338 views this week
₹ 47,000 - ₹ 55,770
BS6 Mahindra Mojo 300
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3835 views this week
₹ 2,08,000
Mahindra Rodeo UZO (Autos Maxabout)
Mahindra Rodeo
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₹ 44,700 - ₹ 49,960
Mahindra Arro (Autos Maxabout)
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1236 views this week
₹ 39,000
Mahindra Flyte 125 (Autos Maxabout)
Mahindra Flyte
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₹ 43,414
Mahindra Kine
782 views this week
₹ 35,600
Mahindra Pantero 110 (Autos Maxabout)
Mahindra Pantero
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₹ 39,650 - ₹ 43,150
Mahindra Stallio
822 views this week
₹ 45,000 - ₹ 49,000
Mahindra Cevalo (Autos Maxabout)
Mahindra Cevalo
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Mahindra Diablo (Autos Maxabout)
Mahindra Diablo
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About Mahindra

Know more about Mahindra

Mahindra Two Wheelers was formed in 2008 when Mahindra group acquired the assets from Kinetic Motor Company. They have partnership with SYM of Taiwan and Engines Engineering of Italy for product research, technological advancements and designing.

It was once among decently selling brands of India but last year, they announced plans to leave all products behind and concentrate only on Mojo and its derivatives in India. The group has diversified its investment into various sectors with commercial vehicles and cars being the major market holders. They have a manufacturing plant in Pithampur, MP while more than 300 Mahindra dealerships exist all over India.

Mojo is their flagship and only product that they wished to retain in 2018. It is powered by a 295cc, single cylinder engine producing 26.8 HP at 8000 rpm and 30 Nm at 5500 rpm. The engine is liquid cooled, fuel injected and uses 6-speed gearbox for smooth power delivery.

It comes with more than standard suspension travel, exclusive braking feel and 21 liter of impressive fuel carrying capacity. Mahindra took almost half a decade to bring the production version and offered segment first features like Pirelli tyres, USD front forks and dual exhaust unit as standard.

Mahindra’s primary focus is SUVs as they retail the highest number of products from this segment across all prices. Converting all Mahindra dealerships into Mojo exclusive stores will take some time but it seems that Mahindra is no more interested in retailing under INR 1 lakh products.

They are working on new products on the Mojo platform. One of them will soon launch in India with the name Mojo UT300. It will lose all premium parts to rival the much affordable Bajaj Dominar 400 and Royal Enfield Classic 350 in India. ABS will also be one big addition to the Mojo package in coming months.

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How much space does the Mahindra Scorpio N's boot have?
28 August 2023 10:00

The Mahindra Scorpio N has a boot space of 460 Litres. 

I want to exchange my new Bolero with the new Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11. Is this possible?
19 January 2023 02:37

Yes, you can exchange your new Bolero with the new Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11. The process is relatively easy and will only require you to fill out an exchange form and provide necessary documents. The exchange is subject to certain conditions, but the process should be relatively straightforward. Please connect with your nearest dealer for more information.

Is Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11 4x4?
19 January 2023 02:35

The Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11 4x4 is a four-wheel-drive model that comes with a powerful 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine. The engine has a maximum power output of 120 bhp and a maximum torque output of 280 Nm. It has a five-speed manual transmission. The four-wheel-drive system is available with a shift-on-fly function, allowing you to switch between two-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive while on the move. The Scorpio Classic S11 4x4 also comes with a host of safety and convenience features such as ABS, EBD, hill-hold, cruise control, and rain-sensing wipers.

What is the comparison between Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11 and Mahindra Bolero Neo?
19 January 2023 02:34

The Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11 is a compact SUV that offers great performance, while the Mahindra Bolero Neo is an entry-level MPV with a good fuel economy. The Scorpio Classic S11 is powered by a 2.2L mHawk diesel engine that puts out 140 PS of power and 320Nm of torque, while the Bolero Neo is powered by a 1.5L m2DiCR diesel engine that produces 70 PS of power and 195Nm of torque. 

The Scorpio Classic S11 offers a mileage of 15.4 km/l, while the Bolero Neo delivers a mileage of 19.4 km/l. The Scorpio Classic S11 comes with features like a sunroof, 7” touchscreen infotainment system, a 6-way adjustable driver’s seat and much more. The Bolero Neo on the other hand comes with features like a power steering, air conditioner, voice command, and a 7-seater layout. The Scorpio Classic S11 is priced at Rs 13.9 lakhs, while the Bolero Neo is priced at Rs 6.49 lakhs.

What is the difference between Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11 vs Hyundai Creta?
19 January 2023 02:33

The Mahindra Scorpio Classic S11 is a more powerful and feature-rich variant compared to the Hyundai Creta. The Scorpio Classic comes with a 2.2-litre mHawk diesel engine that produces 160 bhp of power and 400 Nm of torque. The Creta, on the other hand, comes with a 1.6-litre petrol engine that produces 123 bhp of power and 151 Nm of torque. The Scorpio Classic also has more advanced features such as an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 7-inch digital instrument cluster, and a 360-degree camera. On the other hand, the Creta has a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 4-inch digital instrument cluster, and a rear parking camera. The Scorpio Classic also has a higher ground clearance than the Creta.

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