Mahindra to launch all-new 150cc motorcycle by 2015

Mahindra-SYM Cevalo 125cc motorcycle - FrontView

After the launch of new Mahindra Reva E20 electric vehicle, Mahindra has announced that they are working on sharing of their electric technology with Mahindra-2- Wheelers, which means that you will see an electric two wheeler from Mahindra in the near future. Apart from this Mahindra has already unveiled two new 110 cc bikes, the Pantero & Centuro both of which is introduced in the commuter segment which at present is not available across India.

Now the rumors on the web suggest, Mahindra is planning to launch an all new motorcycles in the 150cc segment by 2015. Nothing much is known about the rumoured 150cc motorcycle from Mahindra and we expect it to be a value-for-money performance oriented commuter bike which will slot above the present offerings. The company is planning to expand its two-wheeler line-up so they invested Rs. 100 crores in its bike operation.

Mahindra is speculated to register a sale of 1.2 lakhs unit in the year 2012-2013. The company is also expected to invest Rs. 4 crores more for the more expansion and manufacturing of bikes in coming 4-5 years. Realizing the decent sale of the Mahindra scooters in the current-market, the company has expected to continue its efforts by adding Motor bikes to the market in the near future.

Mahindra-SYM Cevalo 125cc motorcycle - SideView

On the other hand, Mahindra’s 300cc segment bike named as ‘Mojo’ that was caught testing recently in Pune is also expected to make debut sometime this-year itself.
(Note – Mahindra-SYM Cevalo 125cc motorcycle images used as an illustration, the actual bike may differ from the model seen here.)


Also see – Mahindra to launch 3 new scooters and a motorcycle this-year


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Source – TheEconomicTimes