The Mahindra Mojo has been sighted again by our good friends at MotorBeam. This time again it’s black one, but if you look closely you can spot a lot of differences between the recently spotted one and earlier spotted test-mules.
Other than the most obvious ‘Mahindra’ badges on the sides of the fuel tank and 3D ‘Mojo’ logos instead of stickers on the top of the tank. The production ready version also gets engine painted in black instead of silver, has Mahindra branding and gets an engine belly cover. Further, the aluminium finished handlebar is now painted in black and split grab rails is re-positioned and extended.
Other noteworthy visual features on the Mojo include a twin-pod style headlamps with LED daytime running lights, ‘Golden Ribs ‘ below the fuel tank, Golden front suspensions and rear swing-arm, an instrument cluster comprising of a digital speedometer with an analogue tachometer, a shift light and low fuel indicator, LED tail-light and dual side-slung type exhaust mufflers. It also gets an inverted fork front suspension and a mono-shock at the rear.
Power comes from a 296 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine producing around 30 BHP of power, mated to a 6-speed transmission. As per the source, the launch is expected to happen in next 60 days or 2 months with an estimated price of Rs 1.4 lakhs (ex-showroom). These two months will be utilized for designing the ad campaign and getting feedback from the pre-launch testing.
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GALLERY: Mahindra Mojo (final production version)