When first revealed in 2010, the Mahindra Mojo got everyone all excited, because for the first time ever, an Indian motorcycle manufacturer was going to breach the 250cc mark, and Mahindra had a really good chance at getting good sales numbers if they had launched the Mojo back then. But they did not, and not for the next three years too. After three years, Mahindra simply cannot launch the same Mojo that was promised, as the technology used on the Mojo would be too outdated in comparison with the other bikes in the segment today. The 250-300cc segment is the fastest growing segment right now, and if Mahindra wanted to be a part of the boom, they had to do something, fast.
What they did was, they made a change in the design features of the Mojo as can clearly be seen in the pictures. Fresh pictures of the Mahindra Mojo have started surfacing on the internet, and these pictures were taken recently, while it was undergoing camouflaged testing, along with Mahindra’s new 110cc scooter.
From the pictures, it is clear that most of the bike has remained the same, except a few parts; the parts which had heavy camouflage on them were the new, redesigned parts. The parts in question are the fuel tank and the headlamps. The earlier Mojo had its seats grabbing one end of the fuel tank from the top and the bottom, but this version had only the top part extending on to the fuel tank, and the fuel tank on the older Mojo had a shorter profile, but this one has a taller profile.
The headlamps too could have gone for a complete redesign as the headlamp design on the old Mojo had received a mixed response, a few people liked it, and a few people hated it and so, this time around, Mahindra might try to make it better. As most of us know, the Mahindra Mojo is powered by a 292cc liquid cooled, single cylinder engine with an output of 26 HP and a peak torque of 25 NM. We still do not have details about the launch date of the Mahindra Mojo, but going by the way Mahindra is testing the Mojo, we guess it will be launched soon.
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Source – BikeAdvice