Nepal Live – Mahindra Mojo showcased

Posted on: Sep 4, 2014 - 10:28am IST

Expected on the market in the next few months.

The Mahindra Mojo is being showcased at the 2014 Nepal Auto Show (2014 NADA) alongside the Mahindra Rodeo UZO 125 scooter. The flagship motorcycle from Mahindra Two Wheelers is yet to launch even in the Indian market.

Mahindra Mojo front three quarter at the 2014 Nepal AutoShow
The flagship motorcycle is confirmed for the Nepalese market.

First showcased as a concept in 2010, the production-spec Mojo was unveiled at the 2014 Auto Expo. The motorcycle saw design changes come in the form of a new fuel tank, tank extensions and LED daytime running lights resembling eyebrows above circular headlight cluster.

Mahindra confirmed that the bike will be powered by a 296 cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled engine which is paired to a 6-speed transmission with a chain drive. Power and torque figures stand at 26 PS (25.6 bhp) and 25 Nm respectively. The bike gets a petal type disc brake up front and comes shod with Pirelli Sport Demon tires, and its other features include dual exhausts and a rear mono suspension.

Mahindra Mojo instrument console at the 2014 Nepal AutoShow

When it goes on sale, the Mojo will compete with the Suzuki Inazuma, KTM Duke and Honda CBR250R in India. Its Indian price is expected to be in the range of INR 1.2 – 1.5 lakhs, ex-showroom.

Mahindra Mojo at the 2014 Nepal Auto Show – Image Gallery

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4 thoughts on “Nepal Live – Mahindra Mojo showcased

  1. jsb says:

    And please change the RPM meter design it’s too old a design for a bike like mojo

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    1. ranjitha5 says:

      True.. RPM Meter looks really out dated

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  2. jsb says:

    And please change the RPM meter design it’s too old a design for a bike like mojo

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  3. jsb says:

    Y put mahindra name on the tank y not just put the mahindra emblem which looks much better or better font of the word mahindra would look better

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