Mahindra Mojo to be offered in three colours, spotted in white – IAB Report

Posted on: Sep 24, 2015 - 11:11pm IST

Black, White, and Mahindra Racing inspired red & white are the launch colours.

The long-awaited Mahindra Mojo, which is expected to launch on 16 October, has been spotted in the white body colour. IndianAutosBlog had earlier learned that the Mojo will be launched in three colours, and this is the first time the third colour, the white, had made it to the web.

Mahindra Mojo white
The Mahindra Mojo is reportedly launching in India on 16 October.

The Mojo will be offered in full black, white & black and a Mahindra Racing inspired red & white colour themes. While the first two will be offered as standard variants for the same price, the red & white model is likely to be designated as a sport version, at a slightly higher price. The sport model will have additional cosmetic tweaks, for instance, a carbon fibre-like wrap on both the silencer cans.

There will be no change in the performance or the mechanicals of the dual tone Mojo. It will be powered by the 295 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine in the same tune. The maximum power is rated at 27 PS at 8,000 rpm and the peak torque is at 30 Nm at 6,000 rpm. Transmission duties will be taken care of by a 6-speed unit.

Mahindra Mojo front three quarter at NADA 2014
The Mojo is powered by a 295 cc liquid cooled engine that develops 27 PS and 30 Nm.

Also Read: Mahindra Mojo bookings open at INR 10,000

Other vital equipment on the Mahindra Mojo include 37 mm (inner) dia Up Side Down telescopic fork, 320 mm front disc brake, 110/70/ZR17 tyre upfront, monoshock rear suspension, 240 mm rear disc brake, 150/60/ZR17 Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyre at the rear, and a 21-litre fuel tank.

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