Launched in India in October 2015. Mojo is not in production now. Discontinued in 2018.
Mahindra Mojo is the flagship motorcycle of Mahindra Two Wheeler Limited. The beast got unveiled along with the Stallio in Mumbai, in 2010. Later, the company delayed the launch of the Mojo. And finally the 300cc motorcycle was launched in October 2015.
Single Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4 stroke, Si Engine, DOHC, EFI
Bore x Stroke
76mm x 65mm
Wet sump with forced lubrication
Wet multi-plate clutch
Digital Electronic Ignition (Bosch ECU)
26.82 bhp @ 8500 rpm
30 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Disc Brake 320mm Disc, Radial Caliper
Disc Brake 240mm Disc, Floating Caliper
Chassis and Suspension
Upside down telescopic forks
High pressure gas charged mono-shock with internal floating position
110/70 ZR17 M/C 54W
150/60 ZR17 M/C 66W
Length x Width x Height
2100 x 800 x 1165.5 mm
Petrol Tank Capacity
First Impression Review
Launched in 2015, Mojo is the first Indian made adventure tourer made by Mahindra Two Wheelers. Showcased at the 2010 Auto Expo, it was one of the captivating motorcycles ever made by an Indian brand. After 5 long years of thorough R&D, it was officially launched in 2016 with a lucrative price tag for the Indian market.
Design and Styling
First and foremost thing you notice about Mojo is the bug-eyed headlamp with LED DRLs on the windscreen. It resembles something of a Triumph Speed Triple and Street Triple. Mahindra has imposed a whole new design culture for this flagbearer. From head to tail, including the seat, handlebar and chassis have been designed to suit the touring demand of the rider.Some of the elegant features of Mojo includes a 21-litre sculpted fuel tank, belly pan, radiator shrouds and digital-analog instrument cluster. Moreover, the ribs, swingarm and USD forks are gold plated to enhance the premium feel of the Mojo. In addition to that, Mojo comes with Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres which is a soft compound tyre which helps in efficient cornering. The upright riding position gives you confidence and command over the vehicle.
The Engine and Performance
Mojo gets a powerful 300cc, fuel injected, liquid-cooled, EFI, single cylinder engine delivering a maximum power of 20 kW and top torque of 30 Nm. The powertrain features 6-speed gearbox with wet multi-plate clutch. Eventhough it is a single cylinder engine, it still gets stylish twin exhaust which delivers a powerful and crispy exhaust note.
Suspension and Braking
The suspension system consists of USD forks with 143.5 mm travel at the front and high-pressure gas charged mono shock with an internal floating piston having 143 mm travel. The braking duties of this motorcycle are undertaken by 320 mm petal disc brakes at the front and 240 mm disc brake at the rear.
Mahindra Mojo is a complete and well defined touring bike with a powerful engine and well-crafted dynamics. Unlike Royal Enfield siblings, this one is a purpose-built motorcycle to satisfy all your touring demands. Therefore, if you are looking for a touring motorcycle above 200cc, then Mojo is your pick.
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