We reported earlier that Mahindra will launch the much-awaited Mojo motorcycle in the country soon. The two-wheeler has been spotted several times during its test rounds. These fresh spy images of the Mahindra Mojo, captured by Motoroids reader, give several details about the final product. The spotted model with no camouflage features brand stickers on tank, tail and side panels.
The Mahindra Mojo features twin headlight unit with black plastic housing that houses the LED daytime running light strip. It has an analogue-cum-digital instrument panel which is surrounded by faux louvers. While the instrument cluster gets conventional rectangular digital console, the tachometer gets a blue dial. The fuel-tank gets air-craft styling which looks appealing. The liquid cooled radiator is surrounded by honeycomb air scoops with three satin silver slat pattern. It gets unconventional 90-degree bent exhaust pipe, which splits into two.
At the back, the bike has clear glass tail light with integrated LEDs. Its elongated tail section gets company’s logo. It has raised handlebar, while the seating position seems quite comfortable. Its dual-tone seat lock key is positioned on the side panel of the bike. The braking system comprises of ventilated petal disc at the front and a conventional disc at the rear.
It is propelled by a 295cc, four-stroke, single cylinder, liquid cooled engine with dual overhead camshaft that churns out a maximum power output of 27bhp and a peak torque of 25Nm. This engine will be clubbed to a six-speed gearbox. Its wheel arches have been fitted to 5×2 spoke alloy wheels with 110/70- R17 tyre at front and 150/60- R17 tyre at back.