Mahindra Mojo vs KTM Duke 200 vs Honda CBR250R
Mahindra Mojo is the upcoming 300cc motorcycle from Mahindra Two Wheelers. When Mahindra Mojo is launched, the bike is directly going to take on its rival bikes in the segment like KTM Duke 200 and Honda CBR 250R.
Spec comparison – Mahindra Mojo vs KTM Duke 200 vs Honda CBR250R
If we compare specifications of Mahindra Mojo with specifications of KTM Duke 200 and Honda CBR 250, this is what we get:
Mahindra’s new Mojo is powered by engine with a displacement of 295cc. The KTM Duke 200 has an engine capacity of 199.5cc and the Honda CBR 250 has engine capacity of 249.6cc.
Power and Torque
In terms of Power output and torque, Mahindra Mojo churns out 27 PS @ 8,000 rpm of power with a peak torque of 30 Nm @ 5,500 rpm while the KTM Duke 200 produces a maximum power of 25 PS @ 10,000 rpm, delivers a maximum torque of 19.2 Nm @ 8,000 rpm and the Honda CBR 250 outputs a power of 26 PS @ 8,500 rpm delivering a peak torque of 22.9 Nm @ 7,000 rpm.
All the bikes – Mahindra Mojo, KTM Duke 200 and Honda CBR250 has a 6-speed manual transmission.
The mileage of KTM Duke 200 is 35kmpl and the mileage of Honda CBR250 is 25 Kmpl. The mileage of Mojo is not known yet. We will update it once we have done the Mojo test drive.
The Kerb weight of Mojo is 165 kgs. The Kerb weight of KTM Duke 200 and Honda CBR250 is 128 kgs and 161 kgs respectively.
While the top speed of KTM Duke 200 is 135 Kmph, the top speed of Honda CBR250 is 152 kmph. We have not tested the top speed of Mahindra Mojo yet.
Fuel Tank Capacity
The fuel tank capacity of Mahindra Mojo is 21 litres. KTM Duke 200’s fuel tank capacity is 11 litres, Honda CBR250’s fuel tank capacity is 13 litres
Talking about the braking system, in the the front, the Mahindra Mojo has 320 mm disc and at the rear, Mojo gets 240mm disc. The KTM Duke 200 gets 280 mm front disc brake and 230 mm rear disc brake. The Honda CBR250R gets 296 mm front disc brake and 220mm disc brake for the rear wheels.
You can expect Mahindra Mojo to be priced around INR 1.7 lakhs to 1.8 lakhs (Recent report confirms Mojo will be priced at INR 1.62 lakhs / ex-showroom price) which is comparable to Honda CBR250R pricing. Mahindra might reduce the Mojo pricing further. KTM Duke is so far the cheapest bike in the segment and offers a very good value for money.
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