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Mahindra’s two-wheeler division is relatively new and already they have introduced bikes that exceed people’s expectations. With the 2011 Mahindra Mojo, which took four years to launch, they have come a long way in terms of variety. The bike’s front fascia looks really good with the twin headlamps that give the bike a more modern look. The bike also uses the Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres for a phenomenal grip on the road. The bike is the company’s flagship model and rightly so. The two variants in available in the bike are the Mahindra Mojo STD and Mahindra Mojo Matt Red. The different colours available in the bike are: Volcano Red, Charcoal Black, Glacier White and Sunburst Yellow.
The following Mahindra Mojo review will tell you more about the bike.
Exteriors: The body of the adventure tourer is extremely stunning. The tough persona of the bike looks aggressive and intimidating. The front of the bike itself is quite impressive, with the twin headlamp dominating the cowl and the tinted visor on top looking like a crown. The fuel tank is big and muscular, carved to perfection and covered with glossy paint. The seat is joined but the pillion is elevated and is well padded for long and short journeys. The semi-fairing and dual tone looks very good but what steals the show are the twin golden bars that complement the bike perfectly. The instrument console looks classy on the bike. The main structure is given to the bike with the Twin Tube Exposed Frame Coaxial Mounting of Engine Frame Swing Arm. The bike is an extreme pleasure to look at and ride because of its marvellous features.
Specifications: The Mojo comes with a Liquid Cooled, 4 Stroke, SI Engine, 1 Cylinder, DOHC EFI engine with a displacement of 295 cc. The maximum power of the bike is 27.19 PS @ 8000 rpm and maximum torque is 30 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The bike has a Constant Mesh 6 Speed gearbox and manual transmission with a chain drive. The front and rear brake type is disc. The fuel type is petrol with a fuel tank capacity of 21 litres with a mileage of 25 kmpl. The maximum speed of the bike is 155 kmph. The bike also has a wet, multi-plate clutch and ECU Based Digital Electronic Ignition. The front suspension of the bike is Upside Down Forks and rear suspension is High Pressure Gas Charged Mono Shock with Internal Floating Piston. The bike has the self-start mechanism.
Price: The Mahindra Mojo price is INR 1,82,105 ex-showroom (including GST). The Mahindra Mojo on road price is INR 2,06,656.