Finally the MAHINDRA has taken to make sure the Mojo is 100 per cent on target. the engine with max power of 27bhp was at ease cruising at speeds above 110 km/h and kudos to the Mahindra team for making this the bikes biggest strength. The peak torque of 30Nm kicks in at 4500 rpm to 6700 rpm and gives the Mojo strong mid-range acceleration band. The six-speed gearshift makes for spirited riding as it is quick and responsive on highways. It, however, isn't as smooth in city traffic as it takes its time when you look to downshift.
The styling of the Mojo isn’t pleasing on the eyes and despite the styling updates. Mahindra designers reworked the front fascia in which the DRL’s are integrated above the twin headlamps. The fuel tank has been tweaked with knee recess and it flows well with the profile of the bike. Mirror integrated indicators have been given the boot for conventional headlamp mounted LED units. The Mahindra signature style of gold ribs” (two horizontal golden bars below the tank) has been maintained though. The instrument console is part-analogue-part-digital with the large analogue tachometer taking centre stage. The blue lit digital display houses a plethora of information like trip meter, odometer, speedometer, fuel gauge etc. Switch gear on the bike that was showcased was impressive while build
quality of the bike
quality of the bike
Fuel efficiency should be around 35kmpl overall. The Mojo employs tubular frame, which should endow it with superior handling dynamics and agility but whether it will be quick on its feet can be only gauged after we get to ride the bike. It will also feature goodies like upside down forks, monoshock suspension and Pirelli Sport Demon tyres. Braking will be done by disc brake at front and rear while ABS wouldn’t be offered even as an option. Mahindra hasn’t announced any details regarding the Mojo’s pricing but we estimate it to be around Rs 1.5 lakh and a launch by the festive season.