The Indian 2 wheeler scenario is changing and is changing real fast, there was once a time when only a few bikes were having power more than 100cc. In today’s market form 100cc bikes are not good enough to make an impression, and the 150cc bikes seem like old technology. The current trend is moving towards 250cc to 300cc or more and not just few but many companies including some international brands are competing with each other to gain the maximum share of a market which has limited or fewer bike enthusiasts who would be interested in such high priced motorcycle. Companies like Bajaj, KTM, Suzuki and Kawasaki are already doing good business are very well in promoting their products. Mahindra from a long time has also been looking closely at this segment and the launch of the Mojo 300 at the Delhi Auto Expo in 2012 made this very clear.
Ever since the bike of first displayed there has been a hype regarding its launch, and after several delays Mahindra has decided to launch it very soon. Although Mojo does not need any introduction, but for those who missed to look what this bike all about; The Mojo is powered by an in-house 292cc engine which produces 26 bhp and is equipped with fuel injection for maximum performance. The engine is mated to a six-speed transmission; the suspension layout of Mojo consists of telescopic front and monoshock rear suspension unit. Although the numbers do promise a good performance, but it’s the price that will be the governing factor.