Spied – Black Mahindra Mojo 300 testing without camouflage

Posted on: Oct 21, 2014 - 2:47pm IST

To be introduced in a few months.

The Mahindra Mojo has been caught testing once again, this time without a trace of camouflage by BikeAdvice reader Mr. Vikas Kadawe.

Mahindra Mojo spied rear three quarter
The Mojo received a design revision earlier this year.

Having been in the development stage for years, the flagship 300 cc tourer witnessed a massive design overhaul from the concept that was shown in 2010. The redesigned version which was showcased at the Auto Expo 2014 featured a new fuel tank, tank extensions and LED daytime running lights above the circular twin headlamps.

Power comes from a 296 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The fuel-injected powerplant is claimed to generate 26 PS (25.6 bhp) and 25 Nm of torque but a marginal bump in the numbers could be on the cards for the showroom version.

Mahindra Mojo spied rear
The final production version could get a marginal increase in the power output.

With an upright riding position, wide seats and adequate power on tap, the Mojo, on paper, is a comfortable long distance bike. The motorcycle employs telescopic fork (front) and monoshock (rear) suspension system, and the wheels come shod with top quality Pirelli Sport Demon tyres and of course both wheels are retarded by disc brakes.

Also read: Mahindra to launch Mojo after stabilizing Gusto’s sales.

Competitors: Suzuki Inazuma, KTM Duke 200, Honda CBR250R
Expected Price: Around INR 1.5 lakhs, ex-showroom
Launch Date: In the following months

Mahindra Mojo – Spyshot Gallery

[Spy images from BikeAdvice]

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2 thoughts on “Spied – Black Mahindra Mojo 300 testing without camouflage

  1. Dr. Nayak says:

    By dragging the launch of this product for so long, I think
    they lost on the excitement factor and interest level on this product. Frankly
    I don’t think anyone cares about it and even if they release it in the market
    place the interest level will be lackluster. Is Mahindra running a R&D
    based billion dollar automotive manufacturing organization or a desi fast food
    joint?

    Reply
    1. Richard says:

      “By dragging the launch of this product for so long, I think
      they lost on the excitement factor and interest level on this product.:

      *agree*

      Reply

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