Mahindra Mojo Based 300cc Peugeot P2x Cafe Racer & P2x Roadster Officially Unveiled
Published: Thursday, 04 October 2018 0:00 AM | By Maxabout News Team | 480 Views
Mahindra Mojo based 300cc Peugeot motorcycles were officially unveiled through an event, revealing complete design details for both the bikes. Peugeot P2x Roadster and P2x Cafe Racer, as the brand plans to name these two bikes, are based on the same frame as Mahindra Mojo. Not just that, 300cc, DOHC, single-cylinder engine seems to be shared with the Mojo and comes packed in a different casing for Peugeot fans. The motor is BS6 compliant and ready to rock the South Asian markets with its improved performance. Mahindra and Peugeot will develop a 125cc engine for the European market and fix the same in this capable frame. [caption id="attachment_282117" align="aligncenter" width="1140"] 300cc Peugeot P2x Cafe Racer[/caption] Mahindra Racing, the performance arm that once helped the brand realize true potential for track bikes, has improved the engine for better performance in these two bikes. The Mahindra Mojo returned an output of 30 Nm, with 27 HP of maximum power and refined six-speed gearbox in action for the 2018 variant. The liquid cooled engine was made with an intention to keep performance high in the usable range. The front component list on both P2x Roadster shows familiar forks, huge disc brake, and black alloy wheels. The flat headlight is available with LED illumination. [caption id="attachment_282125" align="aligncenter" width="1140"] 300cc Peugeot P2x Roadster[/caption] Peugeot offers impressive double barrel exhaust, edgy fuel tank design and a compact tail section on both the bikes. 300cc Peugeot Roadster comes with spoke wheels, white rims, all-digital instrument console and huge engine guard for maximum practicality. The clip-on bars are available for better handling on the Cafe Racer model while the other one offers standard handlebar. Peugeot offers compact LED indicators for maximum attention to detail on both the bikes. The theme adopted by the Mahindra owned brand is the same in comparison to Husqvarna, rivaling none other than 401 duo in the international markets.