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Mahindra Mojo 300

`1.7 lac*
*Estimated Price Delhi
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Mahindra MOJO


Mahindra Mojo was recently unveiled at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo and it witnessed some impressive changes from its earlier model that was showcased back in 2010. The bike is expected to arrive shortly in India as the company has commenced its bookings. Being the first 300cc offering by Mahindra in the country, the company expects it to put a pleasant impression on the Indian buyers.

The bike has a 300cc, single cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that comes mated to a six-speed transmission system. It develops a maximum power of 27bhp at 8,000rpm with a peak torque of 30Nm at 8,000rpm.

Mahindra Mojo is held together by a diamond frame and runs on 110/70-R17 front and 150/60-R17 rear tubeless tyres that are mounted on cast aluminium alloys. The suspension department is handled by inverted telescopic forks at the front and 120mm stroke horizontally mounted mono shock absorber at the rear. The braking is done via 320mm petal disc brake at the front and 240mm petal disc brake at the rear.

The bike is designed interestingly having dual round shaped headlights at the front accompanied by a golden-coloured headlight rim and clear lens turning blinkers. A longer fuel tank and a flat handlebar gives the rider an upright riding position. The bike has a sporty step-up seat that further enhances its appeal. The rear end has a rectangular tail lamp incorporating LEDs arranged in an up-arrow pattern. Mahindra Mojo features dual exhaust system that looks stunning. The dimensions of the machine are 2,075mm x 805mm x 1,260mm (LxWxH) and has a wheelbase of 1,450mm. The bike has a minimum ground clearance of 160mm along with a 21 liter massive fuel tank. The instrument cluster of the bike is easy to read and informative that includes a digital speedometer, twin tripmeters, fuel gauge and an analogue tachometer. It also features a maintenance free battery that proves convenient.

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The front profile of the bike gets twin rounded headlamp section integrated with a small visor crowned at the top. The edgy fuel tank is sharply designed that gives a comfortable riding position to the rider. The Mahindra signatured golden ribs that shows just below the fuel tank look stunning. The side body panels are coated in silver and says the name of the bike. Talking about the rear, the bike has an aggressively growing profile which is witnessed by a sporty step-up seat and stylish grab rail mounted on the rear side body panels. A tiny and majestic tail lamp is fitted impressively in the stylish rear body cowl. Moreover, the bike has a sporty twin exhaust setup, each on either side, that further intensifies the macho look of the machine. The instrument console of the bike displays plenty of information and comprises of a digital speedometer, twin tripmeters, fuel gauge and an analogue tachometer.

Mahindra Mojo is bolted on a Twin Tube Exposed steel frame which further extends fully to a diamond frame. With body dimensions of 2,075mm x 805mm x 1,260mm (LxWxH), the bike has an indispensable appearance on road. Furthermore, it has a wheelbase of 1,450mm that offers superior handling. A minimum ground clearance of 160mm ensures maximum stability due to low centre of gravity and mass concentration. It has been fitted with a massive fuel tank that can store 21 liter of fuel. Mahindra Mojo has a total kerb weight of 166kg that make it an easy to ride sporty motorcycle.

Engine & Performance


Mahindra Mojo gets its power from a 300cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled engine that comes mated to a six-speed gearbox. The mill churns out a maximum power of 27bhp at 8,000rpm with  a  peak torque of 30Nm at 6,000rpm. It has a bore x stroke ratio of 78mm x 61.2mm and comes equipped with a Ducati electronic fuel injection system that ensures superior performance along with an improved fuel economy of 30kmpl as claimed by some customers after undergoing trail runs.

Braking & Handling


The bike progresses on 110/70 – R17 front and 150/60 – R17 rear grippy Pirelli Diablo Rosso tyres with robust back alloy wheels. The suspension system of the bike comprises of inverted telescopic forks at the front and 120 mm stroke Horizontally mounted Mono Shock absorber at the rear end. The fierce stopping power is provided by a front 320mm petal disc brake along with a rear 240mm rear petal disc brake.

Safety Features


Mahindra Mojo has been blessed with a handful of safety elements that make it a safe yet fun-filled streetfighter machine. The set of powerful petal disc brakes ensures the minimum stopping distance and maximum safety in case of an emergency. Moreover, a pair of luminous halogen lights at the front ensures the maximum visibility at nights and low light conditions. The twin rear view mirrors avoids chances of any mishap and offers optimum security on road.   



  • Sporty Body Design

  • First ever naked street fighter by Mahindra

  • Competitive Price


  • Maintenance due to limited service centers

  • Lacks Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS)

News Update

27th August, 2015: Mahindra Mojo is an entry-level 300cc sport bike that made its first appearance at the 2010 Indian Auto Expo. The company has been delaying its launch since then, which hints towards the undergoing development of the vehicle by the manufacturer. As per the recent reports, the initial production process of Mahindra Mojo has already been started at the company’s Pithampur facility near Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The bike houses a six-speed, 300cc, four-stroke engine that churns out a maximum power of 27bhp at 8,000rpm along with a peak torque of 30Nm at 6,000rpm. The bike further features sporty dual rounded headlamp section and  and dual exhaust setup. The technical specifications of the bike have been revealed recently and the company has started taking the bookings of this bike that hints towards its near launch. It will hopefully reach the dealerships with a price tag of over Rs. 1.60 lac. The bike comes in three impressive shades of Red, Silver and Black. It will compete against Honda CBR 250R and KTM Duke 200 as all three fall under the same price bracket.

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