Spied – Mahindra Mojo with a possibly new fuel tank design

Posted on: Jan 2, 2014 - 10:52pm IST

For all intents and purposes, there’s nothing left to hide in the Mahindra Mojo as it has been spied so many times in different parts of the country. However, the manufacturer seems to have had yet another rethink on the design of the Mojo as these spy pics reveal that there are certain parts of the bike that have been cloaked.

Mahindra Mojo redesigned fuel tank side view spied
Mahindra seem to have redesigned the Mojo’s fuel tank as seen above.

Most noticeably, of course, is the fuel tank. Compared to the Mojo that was displayed in 2010, the petrol tank seems to take a taller profile. While the model that was revealed at the Auto Expo had its seats grabbing one end of the fuel tank from the top and the bottom, the spied version only seems to show the top part of the seat extending on to the fuel tank.

Mahindra Mojo redesigned fuel tank front three quarter spied
Going by the covers, there might also be a headlamp section redesign on the production model.

Another camouflaged part is the Mojo’s headlamps. This could have gone in for a redesign as well. Further down the shock tubes, the spied test mule seems to have a flap covering the bottom O-Ring section of the telescopic suspension. However, apart from these, the test mule is a spitting image of the bike that was revealed 3 years ago.

Mahindra Mojo 300
The Mahindra Mojo was first revealed in 2010.

The Mojo carries an in-house 292 cc single-cylinder liquid cooled engine. Official figures at the release stated that the bike can produce 26 hp and a peak torque of 25 Nm.

[Source – BikeAdvice]

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2 thoughts on “Spied – Mahindra Mojo with a possibly new fuel tank design

  1. Bangalore says:

    Yuck, the third picture looks like a red grasshopper. What is it with Mahindra designs? They embarrass the country with fugly Appalachian trucks and Quantos. The only good design philosophy they ever had going for them was the 7 slot Jeep Grille that now belongs to Chrysler.

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  2. deepak says:

    engine looks different, engine crowl, dual colours (green tank, red tail).

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