Mahindra Bikes

Mahindra Two Wheelers Limited is a Mahindra and Mahindra group venture, owned by M&M Limited. The Group entered the Indian two wheeler industry in 2008 when Mahindra Two Wheelers was founded, after M&M acquired the business assets of Kinetic Motor Company Limited. Mahindra Two Wheelers has a manufacturing facility at Pithampur, near Indore in Madhya Pradesh, employing over 1500 workers. The two wheeler manufacturer also has a research and development unit located at Chinchwad, Pune, equipped with necessary design and development facilities right from renderings to prototype manufacture and testing. Mahindra Two Wheelers has a strong vendor network spread across India with more than 400 dealers creating over 1300 touch points.

Mahindra Bike Price

Mahindra bikes price starts at Rs. 43,250 for the cheapest bike Centuro and goes up to Rs. 1.89 lakh for the top model Mahindra Mojo 300. Mahindra offers 6 new bike models in India. MOJO XT 300 (Rs. 1.63 lakh), Mojo 300 (Rs. 1.89 lakh) and Gusto (Rs. 50,996) are among the popular bikes from Mahindra. In the year 2020/2021, Mahindra is going to launch 1 new models in India. Select a Mahindra bike to know the latest offers in your city, prices, variants, specifications, pictures, mileage and reviews.

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Recently Asked User Questions about Mahindra

Q. I am confused with Dominar and Mojo. Considering 5 day city+2 day highway. Which one you will suggest? I own Bullet 350 which is hectic to ride in city.
  • Both Bajaj Dominar and Mahindra Mojo are the good option for daily commute. As your driving is mostly in city so Mahindra Mojo will be a good option as it a 295cc motor which churns out 26.29PS of power at 7500rpm and 28Nm of torque at 5500rpm which will be a perfect combination for city traffic where as Bajaj Dominar is a naked sport bikewhich is mated to 373cc single-cylinder, liquid cooled motor which churns out 40PS @ 8650rpm, while peak torque of 35Nm @ 7000rpm which will is better suited for highway cruising. However, we'd suggest taking the test ride so that you can understand the difference and finalize your choice - New Bike Showrooms - Bike Showrooms
Q. Does Mahindra have a service center that services the Mojo in Chennai?
  • Mahindra has a good service network across India. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms
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Mahindra User Reviews

  • MOJO XT 300
    29 ratings
    MOJO XT 300

    The bike was good but the service center. one of the worst service center i ever say .If i ask any parts for mojo they will say its not available . They know only the word not available . I went for a small trip on the way my bike chain sprocket got damage .I called them for that first they said its available few minutes back they called me back and saying sprocket not available tell in this case what will i do still my bike is in home parking only.For parking in home only i spent money to buy this mojo. still I"m say bike is good but the service center was bad. I need any solution it if the Mahindra company ready to provide the parts directly also I"m ready to buy and one more thing during the booking time the sales executive said the bike top speed will be 180 but its went for me 140 only i dont know he said lie or not .

    Kumaresan 1 year ago
    MOJO XT 300 User Reviews
  • Mojo 300
    6 ratings
    Mojo 300

    i reply love this one,my next target is mojo...really a good all rounder bike for youth...it look like your demon...

    Kolamaruthi 4 months ago
    Mojo 300 User Reviews
  • Gusto
    31 ratings

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    Uday 3 months ago
    Gusto User Reviews
  • Centuro
    109 ratings

    With in 4 year from purchase petrol tank leaking, Petrol knob also leaking Now when start bike & switch on light engine is switch off by giving siren nobody touch the bike. for repair Nearest service station/ show room closed because of lack of purchaser so that not getting service & without service company will not accept claim with in warranty period. It was my mistake that I purchased this bike

    Sanjay 1 year ago
    Centuro User Reviews
  • MOJO UT 300
    16 ratings
    MOJO UT 300

    I have purchased mojo ut300 before 7 months. It was a superb bike which i have never seen in this segment. No vibrations i have felt upto 128kmph.. Very decent mileage for the 300cc segment of 30 to 40 kmpl.. Can comfortably cruise in the city without any struggle.. For the long ride bike feel very stable . And comfortable sitting posture which can keep you to ride at longer km.. The main thing is that pillion seat is very comfortable for the long rides ..Pickup is very superb and overtaking is at ease . It doesn"t feel the i am riding a carburettor version bike. It"s a great success from mahindra. But the thing is mahindra wants to telecast the ad for the bike because most of the people are unknown about the bike. Exhaust note is very superb which turns to see the bike .

    Manson 5 months ago
    MOJO UT 300 User Reviews
  • Gusto 125
    19 ratings
    Gusto 125

    Spair parts not available nearby .Deficult to arrenge incase of emergency.

    Pradeep 5 months ago
    Gusto 125 User Reviews

Mahindra Bikes Expert Reviews

  • Mahindra Mojo: 7,000km Final Long Term Report
    Mahindra Mojo: 7,000km Final Long Term Report

    We say goodbye to one of the most promising tourers in India and have some parting thoughts on what could have made it perfect

    Feb 16, 2017
  • Mahindra Mojo: 6000km Long Term Report
    Mahindra Mojo: 6000km Long Term Report

    We finally get a chance to stretch the Mojo’s long legs and indulge in some adventure touring

    Oct 28, 2016
  • Mahindra Mojo: 3000km Long Term Review Report
    Mahindra Mojo: 3000km Long Term Review Report

    Despite the perennial Mumbai rains, the Mahindra Mojo has been a nifty performer on regular office commutes as well as the occasional weekend jaunts out of town

    Sep 2, 2016
  • Mahindra Gusto: 4,000km Long Term Review
    Mahindra Gusto: 4,000km Long Term Review

    Since my teammate Ravi, got upgraded to Yamaha R3, as he went ahead for the India Bike Week 2016, his trusted Mahindra Gusto 110cc scooter came under my care for the next few months. Here’s my detailed user review of the Mahindra Gusto

    Feb 22, 2016
  • Mahindra Mojo: Long Term Review, Fleet Introduction
    Mahindra Mojo: Long Term Review, Fleet Introduction

    The Mahindra Mojo joins the ZigWheels long term fleet. We tell you how it has performed after a month and a 1,000km

    Feb 15, 2016
  • Mahindra Gusto : Detailed Review
    Mahindra Gusto : Detailed Review

    The Mahindra Gusto gets a change of heart with a new 125cc powerplant. We take a short spin around picturesque Lavasa on the new Mahindra Gusto 125 automatic scooter

    Jan 12, 2016

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