Mahindra Mojo vs Royal Enfield Himalayan

Compare Specifications of Mahindra Mojo and Himalayan

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Mahindra Mojo
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Technical Specifications
Engince Displacement 295.00 cc 411.00 cc
Engine Type Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4 stroke, Si Engine, DOHC, EFI Single cylinder, air-cooled, 4 stroke, SOHC
Engine Starting Self start Electric
Ignition Digital Electronic Ignition (Bosch ECU) TCI, multi-curve
Cooling System Liquid Cooling --
Maximum Power 26.82 bhp @ 8500 rpm 18.02 KW @ 6500 RPM
Maximum Torque 30 Nm @ 7000 rpm 32 Nm @ 4000 - 4500 RPM
Transmission 6-speed --
Gear Shift Pattern -- --
Top Speed 165 kmph --
Battery -- 12 V 8 Ah VRLA
Ground Clearance 17,3.5 mm 220 mm
Fuel Tank Capacity 21 litres 15 litres
Mileage
Highway Mileage 35 kmpl --
City Mileage 30 kmpl --
Overall Mileage 32.5 kmpl --
Tyres
Front 110/70 ZR17 M/C 54W 90/90 - 21
Rear 150/60 ZR17 M/C 66W 120/90 - 17
Wheelbase 1450 mm 1465 mm
Brakes
Front Disc Brake 320mm Disc, Radial Caliper 300 mm disc, 2-piston floating caliper
Rear Disc Brake 240mm Disc, Floating Caliper 240 mm disc, single piston floating caliper
Suspension
Front Upside down telescopic forks Telescopic, 41 mm forks, 200 mm travel
Rear High pressure gas charged mono-shock with internal floating position Monoshock with linkage, 180 mm wheel travel
Colors Available
Colors Black, Silver and Red. Snow, Granite


Physical Specs
Width 800 mm 840 mm
Height 1,16,5.5 mm 1,360 mm
Length 2,100 mm 2,190 mm
Weight 165 kg 182 kg

Overview
About Mahindra Mojo is the flagship motorcycle of Mahindra Two Wheeler Limited. The beast got unveile Read More Himalayan is the first adventure tourer motorcycle from the English origin Indian bike maker Ro Read More
Special Features Powerful 295 cc Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4 Valves – Direct Drive, SI engine.
Aerodynamic design.
Halogen lamp multi-reflector head lamps.
Tubeless radial tyres.
Strong alloy wheels.
Upside down fork suspension.
Effective disc brakes.
Pirelli tyres.
Digital console.
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User Comments
Personally, I will go for Enfield Himalayan. Mahindra is new to motorcycles and they have not made even a good two-wheeled machine yet. God knows till when they will continue the production. Whereas Royal Enfield has been here for more than a century and they are damn good in making sturdy offroad motorbikes which are comparitively cheaper than the competitors.
By on 21-09-2016
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