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New Mahindra Bikes to be launched on September, 29

Modified On Jun 2, 2015 12:00 AM By Naveen Soni for Mahindra Rodeo

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Mahindra two-wheeler, major two-wheeler market leader in the Indian auto market, is all set to launch the all new Mahindra Bikes in the country. As per some news sources, the company has made mind to launch the new Mahindra bikes on September, 29. In India, the new bikes will be known as Mahindra Diablo and Mahindra Cevalo respectively. Designed by Engines Engineering, which has Ducati and Yamaha in its client roster, the bikes will have an edge in technology, claims Mahindra & Mahindra Vice-president (marketing) Devendra Shinde. “Even the shock absorbers will feel different, making for a better ride quality. The company has recently arranged a test ride of its massive motorcycle, Mahindra Diablo in Italy and now coming to India. The new launches include a premium bike as well as a 300cc sports bike model.



The new sports bike, Mahindra Diablo loaded features with Liquid cooled, 4stroke engine, fuel injected machine which can deliver awesome power output of 25bhp with its 300cc displacement. The new bike looks very sporty and classy. It would also be fitted with latest attributes like disc brake, new graphic design, digital console panel and many more to make it more stylish. It is also incorporated with 6 speed transmission system. The new Mahindra Diablo might be available with attractive price tag of around Rs. 1,50,000/-(ex-showroom-Delhi). The new Mahindra Diablo will compete with the same price range bikes like Hero Honda Karizma ZMR and Bajaj Avenger 220.



On the other hand, the new entry-level premium motorcycle of the company, Mahindra Cevalo, which would be powered by SOHC, 4 valve, air cooled, and fuel injected engine. The heart of this bike has got good capabilities to produce excellent power output of 15 BHP. It is loaded with both kick and electric start option. The price of Mahindra Cevalo will be tagged at Rs. 60,000/-.

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