Mahindra to launch new Bikes Diablo and Cevalo in this month

The newly entrant, Mahindra two-wheeler is all set to foray into Motorcycles market with the launches a wide range of new motorcycles across the all categories. As per some news sources, Mahindra2wheeler is expected to launch two new bikes including Mahindra Cevalo and Mahindra Diablo in the Indian auto market in this month.Mahindra Bike Mahindra Cevalo was already displayed at the 10th anniversary of Delhi Auto Expo 2010. On the other hand, Mahindra another high-end capacity motorcycle, Mahindra Diablo was already shown at Vallelunga Moto GP race track in Rome, Italy. TV advertisement is also displaying the tag line,”tested in Italy, coming to India” for the new Mahindra Motorcycles in India. Mahindra Cevalo is in headlines from the few months, now it is going to launch in India.

The new bike is powered by SOHC, 4 valve, air cooled, and fuel injected engine that can produce maximum power output of 15 BHP with its 125cc displacement. The new Mahindra Cevalo front view looks same as like Bajaj Discover 135cc. It will be fitted with front disc, electric start option and alloy-wheels. It is expected to be available with amazing price tag of around Rs. 60,000 (ex-showroom-Delhi).

The massive entry-level motorcycle, Mahindra Diablo would be loaded features with 300cc, Liquid cooled, 4stroke engine. The bike lovers can expect the new bike generates awesome power output of 25bhp. Mahindra Diablo is believed to be priced at Rs. 150,000(ex-showroom-Delhi). It would be available with 6 speed transmission system. Mahindra two-wheeler has not yet officially announced the technical specification and features of this New bike. But the excitement of massive motorcycles are increasing tremendously well in the Indian auto market. The new Mahindra Motorcycles will compete with Kawasaki Ninja 250R, Hero Honda Karizma ZMR, TVS Apache and Bajaj Pulsar. In entry-level segment, the two-wheeler industry is having a ton of entry-level segment, the company might get really tough competition with leading commuter motorcycles manufacturers in the Indian auto market.