People on the autoblogging sites have been going head over heels over the Mahindra Mojo Electric motorcycle. Is it a vehicle that has been designed as an electric motorcycle or has the MoJo motorcycle (that did not sell) got retrofitted into Electric motorcycle (just like most Mahindra electric cars)?
Mojo is the big flop motorcycle brand of Mahindra two wheelers which was launched in October 2015. Till date it has very little impact on the motorcycle market although rivals like Bajaj Dominar, etc continue to enjoy growth.
Earlier this year, they divided the Mojo range into two – XT300 and UT300, trying to make the brand accessible to more buyers in the segment… yet the sales have not improved.
It was stated in the previous episode that this scooter is suitable for some and unsuitable for others. In this episode let us find out for whom this scooter is unsuitable. In the next episode we will find for whom this scooter is a must.
Ather electric scooter has some strong and unique features which stand out. One of the biggest differences between Ather and other electric scooters in the market is that Ather scooter comes with a subscription which includes all other expenses other than charging. So people do not need to worry about incurring expenses other than charging their scooter. Not only this, but, unlimited free charging of the Ather scooter at the AtherPoint too has been offered for the first year.
Ather Electric Scooter – Cost Analysis
Ather hack: First yr is FREE charging so try to use as much as possible. Ride far an wide. Go out on weekends to outstations, charge it where ever possible at your friends place, relatives place, nearby shops etc (if Ather points are not there in outstations). Give the scooter to your parents and siblings to ride. Try to ride 100+kms per day.
Ride safe: Wear helmet, never ride after 6pm in areas you are not familiar or without streetlight, never drink (alcohol) and ride.