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Q. Is the engine of Jawa is same as Mahindra Mojo I am very much confused on this. Some says that Jawa is using Mahindra Mojo engine because Jawa is now being owned by Mahindra, while others say that its totally different from Mojo and Jawa itself is producing the engine.
  • I own jawa 42 and let me tell you.. These bikes are looking promising and its a super huge success, I don't know why people say underwhelming statements regarding jawa marketing but being a jawa owner and the response I get from people this bike is beautiful and touches their heart strings. This bike is becoming common in my city. The MAJOR reason I bought this bike is because of the mojo engine! I don't like bajaj's quality (which isn't bad BTW, its just that I have had bad experiences with Bajaj) so I did not get a dominar (although it was on my list to buy). Mojo is of much superior quality to dominar and its a competition between quality and power so I went with quality. 5 months spent and I am super happy with my Jawa.
  • Let me clear the confusion. The Mahindra Mojo is an excellent bike which has Italian design roots. Although perfected by Mahindra engineers this project did not get the sales numbers it truly deserved.So instead of letting all this faboulous engineering go to waste, Mahindra set about getting it a new set of retro styled clothes which had a Goodwill with the Indian masses. Hence a subsidiary was born and the old Jawa was reincarnated with a non polluting engine. So everyone is happy. Good bike overall. You can't go wrong with this one.
  • Sir, MOJO was a big flop that everyone knows. Mahindra two wheelers have failed miserably. I know my friend who ran helter-skelter to sell his mahindra bike since no one was there to buy it for seconds even at 10%price. Manufacturing two stroke and four stroke engines are entirely different. I doubt jawa can ever succeed in this venture.. I still feel that too much has been hyped and people are trapped.. On road performance can only prove it's success. Till then my advice would be to be patient..
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Q. This bike have reserve tank - FZS V2?
  • No
  • FZ doesn't come with a reserve fuel tank.
  • No it's fuel injection no fuel knob
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Q. How is the engine sound - Intruder?
  • Take a demo can't make sound here 😂
  • It's just ok not good or not bad and if u want to purchase take my bike contact me 999****374
  • Smooth
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Q. Hello sir or madam, I'm Viresh Kumar Tiwari from Sikkim, I'm totally new, I don't have any bike riding experience but i've interested to buy Suzuki intruder FI SP or FI, and SP any one but through EMI system. Is it available? This bike is my favorite, please kindly tell me is it good for me? I am planing for long time and manage down payment also, please suggest me. What is the difference between FI SP, FI and SP? Please suggest.
  • Suzuki Intruder is a wonderful cruiser bike in 150 cc segment. Suzuki has launched the Intruder SP and Intruder FI Sp at Rs 1,00,500 and Rs 1,07,300 (both prices, ex-showroom Delhi). It gets a special matte black paint scheme with red accents and a pillion grab rail. The Intruder features a bulky design and looks inspired from the Intruder M1800. The Intruder 150 Fi comes with a dominating cowl that surrounds a triangular-shaped headlight unit with LED DRLs, a ball-shaped tank, a comfortable seat, sharp twin-exhausts, and many more cruiser elements. Other significant features include projector LED headlamps, ABS, LED tail light, and an all-digital instrument console that comprises a trip meter, odometer, and a clock. Intruder 150 Fi continues to draw power from a 154.9cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, SOHC, air-cooled engine that generates a maximum power of 14.8PS @ 8000rpm and a peak torque of 14Nm @ 6000rpm, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The bike’s claimed mileage stands at 47kmpl and a fuel tank capacity of 11 litres. It is equipped with 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped in tubeless tyres. Apart from the latest Fi variant, the Intruder 150 is also available in an STD carburetted variant which is available with a price of Rs 99,995, while the Fi variant is Rs 7000 dearer as compared to the carburetted variant (all prices are ex-showroom Delhi).
  • I traveled from Kolkata to Sikkim with my Intruder. Watch Video on www.youtube.com/c/VagabondRider
  • Go for fi abs
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Q. Should I buy Brezza now in offer or wait for petrol version?
  • Petrol brezza BS 6 along AMT option will be launched in mid 2020. Waiting for brezza petrol is worth it will be cost effective compact SUV in India.
  • If you're keen on petrol version,and you travel less than 40 kms/day,wait. Maybe you'll get BS -6 version.
  • Buy now. BS6 will have frequent filter change issue.
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