Peugeot P2X Cafe-racer And Roadster Production Confirmed
Peugeot may be renowned in international markets for its car, but it also has the two-wheeler division, and Mahindra’s ownership is the most interesting part of this division. Talk about global presence, talk about global presence! Turn the dials back to 2018 and recall the concept Peugeot P2X Cafe-racer, including a roadster and Cafe Racer. Mario Minella, the President of the Italian distributor of Peugeot, has confirmed the production version of the same motorcycles today.
When the company took over, Mahindra announced that it would introduce seven new models from 2021 to 2023. The brand’s goals were ambitious.
Now, these two concept motorcycles will show the 300cc motor in the Mahindra Mojo but will be greatly modified to comply with Euro-V. In addition to meeting stricter emission standards, the Mahindra Racing team develops the engine and rumors that it is also powerful. The Mojo 300 produces 25.7PS at 7300RPM and 25.9Nm at 6000RPM in the BS6-compliant motor.
As the name suggests, the Roadster version Peugeot P2X Cafe-racer carries the modern vintage roadster design, while the Peugeot P2X Cafe-racer concept takes the form of a coffee rider design with a rear cowl. Both mountains share the same platform and even share switchgear, engine, and transmission, but offer two different styles of driving. These bikes will also feature double disc breaks along with the ABS dual-chain which is quite an important safety aid. The suspension tasks are carried out by an inverted forecasting gate and by two gas-charged shock absorbers.
Though we may be able to expect Mahindra to bring these motorcycles here quite quickly if these Peugeot motors come to Europe in the short future. Because the pandemic is still far from over, and the two-wheel operations of Mahindra in our country have failed to meet expectations.
At INR 1.99 Lakh (ex-showroom), Mahindra recently launched BS6 Mojo in India. The above base price is reported with the Mojo’s Black Pearl color. You must shell out a bit more moolah if you want to choose other colors. INR 2.06 Lakh is priced for the Garnet Black. Ruby Red and Red Agate have priced at INR 2.11 Lakh at the top end of the spectrum. The BS4 iteration of the Mojo is priced at the INR 1.88 lakh and has a slight premium over its predecessor, as expected.
Mahindra claimed that the teaser video posted some time ago would be more refined and more effective. BS6 Mojo. It’d be interesting to see how everything shapes the real world. Besides the decrease in performance, the BS6 engine, and the new color options now comply, there are no significant changes. A twin-pod headlight, muscular fuel tank, double-tone saddle, a pillion-split-style pickup track, and an engine cowl will continue to feature the BS6 version of Mojo.