Mahindra's much anticipated and much awaited motorsport machine, the Mojo was once again caught while testing. It reveals that the company is in a real good momentum to launch the motorcycle any time sooner. The Mojo which was unveiled at the 2012 Auto Expo had already bagged millions of moto-wheel riders heart. And we all expected that the manufacturer would launch it in 2012 itself. But its already the end of 2013's first quarter and the maniacs are still patiently waiting for it.
The repeated tests of Mahindra reminds us the perfection Mahindra cares to bring out for the second best motorcycle industry in the world, since the Mojo has to compete with the class leader Kawasaki Ninja 300R which is all set to make its debut appearance on Indian roads, KTM Duke 390, which will be rocking the streets of the country soon and the much rumoured Bajaj Pulsar 375, which has millions of fans. So Mahindra knows very well that perfection is needed to rival against its strong opponents.
Mahindra Mojo is expected to be powered by a 292cc, Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4 Valves Direct Drive, SI engine. The machine is capable to deliver stunning 26 bhp of power @ 8500 rpm and massive 24 Nm of torque @ 7000 rpm. It is coupled with a 6 speed gear transmission which never drags the rider behind in the city traffics. Mahindra certifies a mileage of 35 kmpl under standard conditions.
Hats off to the designers who shaped out such a vigorous beauty on road. The dual-circled headlamp that is finished out of gold shade and the gold shade that is spread to the front fork obviously draw out a richness by feel and appearance. It visor is the other sporty element finished in dual color and unique design make others paid attention onto it. Mahindra wants us to feel it to be a more sportmachine. That's why the dual-pipe frame painted in gold, something seen on Ducati machines, is fitted just beneath to the fuel tank of the Mojo. The rear view mirrors' converged sketch peaks anyone who make a fast go-through on the machine.
Meanwhile, the dual-exhaust on both sides not only ensures sportiness but also provides a monstrous sound what a sportbike exactly needs to be delivered while throttling. As it comes with an inverted fork Telescopic hydraulic-damped front suspension and 120 mm stroke Horizontally mounted mono-shock, we can expect a better riding in turns and deviations. The Mojo is also mounted of single disc brake at both ends.
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