Mahindra Mojo bookings open

    Mahindra’s flagship bike, the Mojo can now be booked, deliveries to start in October.

    Published On Sep 07, 2015 04:20:00 PM


    Mahindra Mojo bookings open

    Mahindra Two-wheelers are just a step away from launching the Mojo, after what has been a several years long wait. The motorcycle can now be booked at dealerships, against a down payment of Rs 10,000. 
    Mahindra dealers we spoke to also clarified they expect Mojo deliveries to commence by the second week of October, indicating that the commercial launch is around the corner. 
    We’ve already seen a lot of spy pictures of near production ready Mahindra Mojo bikes being tested by the company pre-launch, along with developing variants of the bike as shown by Mahindra at events over the years. From the latest images seen, the front cowl has DRLs (daytime running lights), and also houses the indicators. The tank showcases redesigned knee recesses that blend in well with the overall design of the motorcycle. The motorcycle will also get a slightly stepped seat, with individually placed grab rails for the pillion. 
    The Mahindra Mojo is expected to use a single-cylinder, 292cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled and fuel-injected engine with a four-valve equipped head. It is said to make maximum power in the region of 25.8bhp, with peak torque of about 2.5kgm.
    The Mahindra Mojo has been seen testing with a dual exhaust system. As previously seen, the Mojo will deploy top spec upside down front forks, coupled with a rear monoshock. For stopping power, the Mahindra Mojo is equipped with disc brakes front and rear.
    Arpit Phillips

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