Image gallery: 2015 Mahindra Mojo

Team OD Updated: October 08, 2015, 02:16 PM IST

Mahindra Two Wheelers will finally launch the much delayed Mojo in India on October 16. The company had taken this long to bring out the Mojo so they could focus on making the manufacturing and servicing procedures as simple as possible. The Mahindra Mojo runs a 295cc single-cylinder engine with a DOHC setup mated to a 6-speed transmission that is capable of 27PS at 8,000rpm and 30Nm at 5,500rpm. We rode the Mojo and found this engine to be quite refined and also managed to clock 147kmph on the speedometer. The twin exhausts are imported from an unnamed European brand while the disc brakes  wheels have been procured from a Spanish brand called Jjuan. While there is no ABS on the Mojo right now, Mahindra told us at the technical briefing that ABS plans are in the pipeline and will be offered in the following months. The bike weighs 165kg and has a ground clearance of 143mm with a wheelbase measuring 1,465mm.

Mahinjdra Mojo (5)The Mojo retains most of the design cues from the concept 

Mahinjdra Mojo (3)The Mojo's twin-tube chassis does grab some attention

Mahinjdra Mojo (2)The rear uses a box-type swing arm with the monoshock unit mounted at an angle of 25 degrees to the ground

Mahinjdra Mojo (8)Mahindra have designed the brakes to be more progressive than sharp

Mahinjdra Mojo (7)The suspension setup on the Mojo does a pretty good job of soaking up the bumps

Mahinjdra Mojo (6)The headlamp housing looks a little large for the rest of the bike

The multi-function instrumentation of the Mojo has read-outs for 0-100, top speed recoded and best RPM achieved among the regular read-outsThe instrument cluster on the Mojo provides read-outs for 0-100kmph times, top speed recorded and best RPM achieved

The Mojo uses Pirelli Diablo Rosso II road tyres at the front and backThe Mojo gets Pirelli Diablo Rosso II road tyres as standard

The inverted forks at the front get 143.5mm travelUp front the Mojo gets inverted forks with 143.5mm travel and a petal disc brake

Rear disc brakeThe disc brakes are sourced from a Spanish brand called Jjuan

The radiator mechanism comes with a heat-deflection mechanism The radiator uses a heat-deflection mechanism to prevent the heat from hitting the rider

Images by Ishaan Bhataiya and Rohit Paradkar

More from OVERDRIVE on the Mahindra Mojo:

2015 Mahindra Mojo first ride review

Mahindra Mojo: All you need to know

Mahindra to launch the Mojo in India on October 16

Mahindra Two Wheelers India open bookings for the Mojo at Rs 10,000


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