Mahindra will be launching the Mojo on the 16th of this month and deliveries will commence on the same day too. The bike is priced at Rs. 1.90 lakhs (on-road, Mumbai).
You read it first on MotorBeam. The much awaited bike from the Mahindra stable will be launched this week finally. It has been a very long wait and after riding the bike over long distances, it has been worth the wait. While all the details of the bike are known now, pricing of the same wasn’t known. Putting an end to all the speculations, we have finally managed to know the ex-showroom as well as the on-road pricing. The bookings of the tourer have been open since some time now and there have been many who have booked the motorcycle already.
Mahindra Mojo Mumbai Price Break-Up –
- Ex-showroom – Rs. 1,62,486/-
- Registration – Rs. 13,524/-
- Octroi – Rs. 7482/-
- Insurance – Rs. 5286/-
- Depot charges – Rs. 1000/-
- On-road, Mumbai – Rs. 1,89,778/-
Looking at the price, it does look a wee bit higher than what most people had anticipated. But since the Mojo gets a lot of world class components which has been developed over a long time, the cost had to show up. The insurance being provided is a zero depreciation to ensure least amount payable from the owner’s pocket in case of an unfortunate event. Another thing which is praiseworthy are the extra benefits Mahindra is giving out to the initial lot of customers who have booked the bike purely based on trust and our exclusive first ride text and video reviews.
The ones who have already booked or are booking the Mojo before the launch by paying a minimum booking amount of Rs. 20,000/- will be getting the following additional benefits.
- 5 years warranty (standard warranty is 2 years)
- 2 years roadside assistance
- Mojo branded riding jacket
- Mojo branded helmet (made by Studds)
- 2 day riding trip with all expenses covered
Looking at the additional benefits being given to the early adopters, it looks like a good deal. Offering 5 years warranty shows the company’s confidence in the product and the strength to own their mistakes if anything goes wrong. Considering the bike will be majorly used for touring, the roadside assistance makes a lot of sense. The riding trip of over two days will help the owners socialise and get a feel of their newly bought bikes. The trip is scheduled for this weekend and owners from Mumbai will be riding to Lavasa. The current pricing is introductory and is supposed to rise by Rs. 10,000/- some time after the launch, depending on the sales response.