The Mahindra Mojo is a motorcycle that starts at Rs. 1,99,900 in India. It comes in four different colours and four different variants, with the top variant starting at Rs. 2,11,728. The Mahindra Mojo is powered by a 294.72cc BS6 engine that produces 25.37 bhp and 25.96 Nm of torque. Mahindra Mojo comes with anti-lock brakes on both the front and rear disc brakes. The fuel tank capacity of this Mojo bike is 21 litres and it weighs 186.2 kg.
The Mahindra Mojo is a street-touring motorcycle that was updated to BS6 in July 2020. Unlike the BS4 model, which had two trim levels, it now only has one trim level. The three colour options, on the other hand, are priced differently.
For those with a disproportionately large front fascia, the Mojo may appear disproportionate. A pair of circular headlamps with LED DRLs are mounted in its bulbous front cowl. Deep recesses in the fuel tank accommodate the rider’s knees, and large radiator cowls flank it. The single-piece seat is accompanied by only a small fender at the back.
A 295cc single-cylinder engine produces 25.35bhp at 7,300rpm and 25.6Nm at 6,000rpm, powering the Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6. These figures are lower than the 26.4bhp and 30Nm power output of the BS4 model. The cycle parts, on the other hand, have remained unchanged.
It still rides on telescopic forks up front and a monoshock in the back, with disc brakes on both ends and dual-channel ABS. The motorcycle weighs 186.2kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 21 litres.
The Mahindra Mojo competes with the KTM 390 Duke and the BMW G 310 R in terms of displacement, body style, and purpose.