Being a new player Mahindra has meager experience as far as two-wheelers are concerned and it shows in the outer appearance. Wearing a flowing design, the bike thankfully, does not feature over the top styling, but yes it does come with the metal and golden covering which is a bit of put off. Up front the tourer features twin-pod head lamps and daytime running lights add style to the front. The bike isn’t high and thanks to the sculpted seat it offers the right ride height. Coming to the seat, the pillion side is a tad high which provides back support to the rider.
Mahindra Mojo Engine Specifications & Transmission
For power generation, Mahindra has employed a 295cc, liquid-cooled, 4 stroke, single cylinder, SI, DOHC engine. The petrol mill is good for maximum power of 27bhp at 8000rpm and top torque of 30Nm at 5500rpm. A constant mesh, six-speed transmission is mated to the engine. Suspension duties are carried out by upside down forks and high pressure gas charged mono shock with internal floating piston.
Mahindra Mojo Features
Features that have been incorporated on the bike include twin-pod head lamps with LED guide lamps, upside down forks, dual disc brakes, large 21 litres fuel tank, LED tail lights, Pirelli tyres and digital console.
Mahindra Mojo Braking & Handling
Braking action is dependent on the 320mm front disc brakes with radial calliper and 240mm disc floating calliper rear brakes. Furthermore, the disc brakes are responsive and this makes a significant difference to the overall performance.
Mahindra Mojo Wheels & Tyres
Tyre sized 110/70 ZR 17 M/C 54W is fitted up front and rear features 150/60 ZR17 M/C 66W tyre. The bike spurts on massive Pirelli tyres that provide grip on the road.
Mahindra Mojo Competition
In the 300cc touring bike space, Mojo has quite a few renowned rivals to fight out like Royal Enfield’s Thunderbird 350, KTM Duke 390 and Honda CBR250R.
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