Mahindra Mojo introduced at Rs 1.58 lakh

    Mahindra to accept online bookings from October 16; the introductory price is for the festive season only.

    Published On Oct 15, 2015 03:01:00 PM

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    Mahindra Mojo introduced at Rs 1.58 lakh

    Mahindra Two Wheelers has launched the Mojo at an introductory price of Rs 1.58 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). However, this offer is only available for all bookings until Diwali. Mahindra is launching the motorcycle in phases, and for Phase 1, it will be available across 10 select dealerships in Pune, Mumbai, Bengaluru and New Delhi .

    The Mojo can be booked on the manufacturer's website from October 16. For a real-world buyer experience, Mahindra Two Wheelers is also setting up a Mojo Zone at each of the selected dealership, which is a shop-in-shop concept.

    The Mojo gets a fuel-injected 295cc single cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine capable of producing 26.8bhp of maximum power which peaks at 8,000rpm, and 3kgm of maximum torque made at 5,500rpm.

    Other features seen on the Mahindra Mojo gets are top-spec road tyres from Pirelli, a 21-litre fuel tank, a lap-timer on its instrument console, and upside-down forks on the front and a gas and oil-charged monoshock spring at the rear for suspension duties. The manufacturer has also given the motorcycle dual exhausts for added style. The handlebar and centre-set footrests are placed to offer an upright riding stance.

    The Mahindra Mojo will be available in three colours: red, white and black.

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