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2014 Mahindra Mojo 8

Mahindra first showcased the Mojo 300 prototype at the previous Auto Expo in 2012, and while the company’s first outing didn’t go well in the market, the Mojo too suffered a setback. Nonetheless, the company showcased its flagship motorcycle with a series of updates and design changes at the Auto Expo, with plans to launch the bike around June this year.

The updated Mahindra Mojo 300 retains its naked look and styling cues. The twin headlights now receive a body shell of their own. The bike now looks more original rather than a Triumph replica from front. The rest of the styling is largely the same as seen on the bike, and will surely appeal to the buyers. The wide handle also makes for an upright riding stance, and should be good for those looking at touring. The motorcycle features a digital instrument cluster with an analogue tachometer, with a shift light and low fuel indicator. Mahindra has retained the trademark horizontal bars done up in a shade of copper.

The Mojo 300 is powered by a 295cc liquid-cooled, four-stroke, single cylinder engine capable of producing 28 PS of power at 8000 RPM and 25 Nm of torque at 6500 RPM mated to a 6-speed manual transmission, while fuel is fed through an ECU controlled fuel injection system. The alloy wheels are wrapped with 17-inch Pirelli Demon Tyres, while stopping power comes from disc brakes. A lot of technology on the bike has come from Mahindra’s MotoGP racing team, which will aid in performance, handling, ergonomics and design of the bike.

Mahindra also showcased the Mojo 300 race version. The bike features a two-toned white and red paint scheme from Mahindra racing and while the performance figures are not out yet, the race version is sure to be track scorcher. The bike gets race spec exhaust, sticky tyres and an upgrade to the 295cc engine.

Mahindra Mojo 300 will be launched by June this year, while prices will be declared nearing the date. Expect the motorcycle to carry a price tag of Rs. 1.5 lakhs and will be competing against the KTM Duke 390, Honda CBR250R and the Ninja 300 when launched.

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  • antony

    After looking at pulsar cs400, the styling of mojo looks ordinary. Also, why twin exhausts on a single-cylinder bike? Or is it a twin-cylinder bike?

    • tej

      +1 dude…after seeing p400 cs & ss i too feel all other new competitors feel ordinary!

  • Sachin

    Finally mahindra seems to have done it.

  • del

    this website has the best photos of any coverage that i have seen of the Auto Expo.

    In regards to this bike well Mahindra is very slow , the design is outdated specially the headlights.

  • sandy

    Oops… I didn’t like the fuel tank, else the bike looks king sized with stronger hardware and under-pinning.
    The fuel tank looks like Splendor NXGs could be a let down.

  • kp

    this kind of sstyling wil take some time to grow for indian customers..i love bikes twin head lights…mahindra might inspired from triumph street triple stylin…one remember tom cruise using it in mission impossible-2!thumps up for me…i liked centuro too

  • KS

    Any news of Lunch date or they are planning to drag this for another year…???

    • Faisal Khan

      Within three months.

  • Ankit

    300cc liquid cooled engine will add more power to the bike.

  • Pratyushp

    LIKES:- Dual Headlamps with DLRs looks appealing
    – Looks good from rear view
    – Dual exhausts
    – 300cc engine(though power output is only 28PS )
    – Tyre size
    – Alloy wheel design
    – Price tag if placed between 1.5-1.6
    DISLIKES:- Headlamp housing from side view doent go with the overall design
    – Looks average from all the angels except front and rear
    – Is under power when compared to its rivals
    – No clip on handle bars
    – No split seats
    – Digital Instrument cluster looks so basic
    – RVMs on handle bars gives the feeling of bike from lower segment,don’t like the shape either
    – Plastic used in switches also looks ordinary

    • kp

      no need of clip-on handle bars on naked bike…i personally feel wide handle bar gels with naked styling and also for ergonomics..those tall clip ons on pulsar 200ns looks awkward! split seats may be for looks its better longer seat could do it..

  • Partha sarathi

    the fuel tank looks much like the centuro ….handle sould have been more straight nd long nd that clip on handle bar z uglier

  • syed

    take some time to grow for indian customers..i love bikes twin head lights, mahindra might inspired from triumph street triple stylin, one remember tom cruise using it in mission impossible-2! thumps up for me, i liked centuro too

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