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 with an aim to register a decent unit sales. 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 292cc, single cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that comes mated to a six-speed transmission system. It develops a maximum power of 25.9bhp at 8,500rpm with a peak torque of 24Nm at 7,000rpm.
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.