Spied – Close up images of redesigned Mahindra Mojo

Posted on: Jan 10, 2014 - 10:38am IST

The Mahindra Mojo has been caught on test once again. These images were snapped by Bike Advice and reveal two of Mahindra Two-Wheelers upcoming products – the Mojo and the Honda Activa rivaling 110 cc scooter.

Redesigned Mahindra Mojo spied engine
The Mojo will be powered by a 292 cc single-cylinder engine.

As we have detailed in our previous story, the Mojo seems to have gone through a redesign and the fuel tank of the bike appears taller in profile compared to what Mahindra debuted at the 2012 Auto Expo. Bike Advice reports that the handlebars have also been tweaked to accommodate an upright seating position.

The Mojo will be powered by a 292 cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine. The power and torque outputs of this engine is expected to be 25.8 bhp and 25 Nm respectively. It will transmit these outputs via a 6-speed gearbox.

From previous spyshots we have inferred that the Mojo will receive front and rear disc brakes and Pirelli Sport Demon tires (the Mojo spied here wears these tires as well). The tires will be shod on twin five-spoke rims.

Redesigned Mahindra Mojo spied instrument cluster
The tachometer seems inspired by the Yamaha FZ.

The instrument cluster of the bike is also visible in one of these images. The tachometer of the bike sports LED indicators (much like the Yamaha FZ) and we believe the speedometer will be part of the LCD display.

We are expecting to see the production-ready Mojo launch next month at the Auto Expo. Stay tuned to Indian Autos Blog for further updates on the Mahindra Mojo.

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[Images from BikeAdvice.in]

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7 thoughts on “Spied – Close up images of redesigned Mahindra Mojo

  1. RZ says:

    Another ‘Jugaad’ from Mahindra. HORRIBLE.

    It seems the two pipes design philosophy is coming straight from the heart of a Plumber. Wonder who at Mahindra opined to carry forward this design.The design, fit & finish is better these days even in a 100 cc bike.

    I will NEVER waste my money on a Mahindra bike that is priced above 50K.

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  2. deepak says:

    you know a flop model when you see one

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  3. Milo says:

    It looks comic from front….

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  4. Rajesh says:

    Horrible! Thats it 🙂

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  5. hem says:

    Show off bike, don’t know why they are going for two exhaust for a single cylinder which increases the weight, any idea?

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  6. Sagar says:

    Threres no way any kind of similarity between tachometer of fz and mojo. In fz its fully digital while in mojo as the pic reveals its regular analog type of tachometer ( look carefully you will see the needle)

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  7. Sushrut says:

    Tachometer font and colour is horrible. They should change that.

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