Mahindra has commenced accepting bookings for the Mojo at its dealerships across the country with the launch scheduled for 16th October 2015.

Mahindra Mojo White Colour
The Mojo looks quite premium in the all-white paint job

A day that bike enthusiasts have eagerly been waiting for since 5 years now, Mahindra has finally set a date for the launch of the Mojo 300 which will be officially available at showrooms from 16th October 2015. Given the expansive time the automaker utilised to develop its flagship offering, it surely comes as a sign of relief more than joy that the Mojo will make it to the streets very soon. While we have already shown you images of the Mojo in all-black and more recently in red and white shades, a new picture shows the street-fighter in an all-white paint job that definitely looks good on the bike.

The all-white shade on the Mahindra Mojo looks premium and gets complemented by the black seat cover along with the signature copper finished bars and chassis. The twin exhausts look cool on the tourer and is certainly a segment first. Another USP exclusive to the Mojo is the feature-packed instrument cluster which comes with a top-speed recorder, 0-100 km/hr timer, quarter mile timer and also gets backlit switches. Mahindra dealerships have started accepting bookings for the motorcycle ahead of the official launch and are also offering attractive benefits including 2 years/unlimited kilometre warranty along with other benefits and discounts.

Doing a quick recap on the specifications, the Mahindra Mojo uses a 299.5cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine churning out 27 BHP of power at 8000 RPM and 30 Nm of torque at 6000 RPM, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike gets telescopic forks at the front and an offset monoshock suspension at the rear, while braking power comes from 320 mm and 240 mm single disc brakes at the front and rear. The bike misses out on ABS completely. Pricing will be a crucial factor in determining the success of the Mojo and is expected to carry an asking price of Rs. 1.75 lakhs (on-road). The Mojo locks horns with the Honda CBR250R, KTM Duke 200 and the likes in the segment.

2015 Mahindra Mojo Review
The Mojo 300 is a good tourer and will be appreciated for its mile-munching capabilities