Mahindra and DSK are very popular names when it comes to the world of powerful bikes and that too when we talk of sports bikes. But, which one is better of the two is a very tough question to answer. So we are trying to compare the two bikes on various platforms, hope it will help you to choose the right bike for you.



The bike is a powerhouse with a 249 cc engine , which can generate a boosting power of 28.16 bhp @ 9800 rpm, internally powered to its 4 valves single cylinder.

If we talk about the cooling system in the bike, along with the liquid cooled system the bike makes its fuel delivery through injecting it in the fuel tank. Talking of fuel, the bike gives a 30 kmpl mileage when driven in an efficient manner without any hiccups. It is a perfect mileage which one can expect from a sports bike.

Its 159 kg body metallic look has the profound ability to make anyone crazy for it. Moreover, the bike is equipped with 6 gears in its gear box and a multi disk in oil bath clutch to make your ride fast and smooth. This might impress upon the performance freaks.

If we say about its suspension, the bike is equipped with an inverted front telescopic forks and hydraulic mono shock absorbers in its front and rear sides. Thus all efforts are made to make your ride a comfortable one. With a 17 inches wheel size and dry battery, the bike is a must to look out.

This bike is priced at Rs 1.86 lakhs.

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Mahindra Mojo:

Mahindra Mojo

The bike has a great 295 cc 1 cylinder 4 valves engine which is capable to produce 27 bhp power @ 8000 rpm with a torque of 30Nm @ 6500 rpm. Its fuel injection is done through the carburetor which has an air cooled system for the efficient cooling of the bike. This feature is quite analogous to the above one. A 21 liter tank capacity makes this bike good for long ride of about 525 km with an average of 25 kmpl. The mileage of this bike is far not impressive.

It is geared with a stroke box of 6 gears and a wet multi plate type clutch system to add more to its speed and efficiency. Technically not so sound. The suspension comprising of Upside down forks and high pressure gas charged systems in front and rear ends are very good too.

And again with a wheel size of 17 inches it is for you to decide to buy it or not.

The bike is priced at Rs 1.73 lakhs

Technically both the bikes are having a neck to neck competition. But clearly benalli has few more advantages which surely mojo is lacking. Mojo on the other hand is far very cheap. So clearly the choice is of the consumer, whether he needs more power and performance or a good looking sports bike with medium configurations.

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