Mahindra dealers have started deliveries of the Mojo ahead of its official launch which is scheduled for later this month. Talking to a few dealers, we’ve got our hands on some new technical aspects of the new Mojo.
The Mojo uses a 292cc single-cylinder, four-stroke, liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine, producing 27bhp and 3kgm of peak torque, mated to a six-speed transmission.
The bike is equipped with a 21-litre fuel tank, 17-inch Pirelli Diablo Rosso tyres, and braking duties are carried out by the 320mm disc brakes up front, and 240mm discs behind. The motorcycle gets a one-into-two dual exhaust system. The Mojo uses upside down front forks, and a swingarm-mounted monoshock at the rear. The handlebar and centre-set footrest placement offers an upright riding stance.
The Mahindra Mojo also gets a lap-timer on its instrument console. That aside, the onboard computer limits the engine to 5,000rpm if the bike heats up. It is likely to have a claimed top speed of 165kph, and is expected to return 35kpl on the highway, and 30kpl under city riding conditions.
Stay tuned to our website for a detailed first ride report of the Mahindra Mojo.