Eversince it was first showcased in 2010 as a concept, the Mojo has been the centre of attention for many a bike enthusiasts. Back in 2010, it was a bold move to enter the 300cc segment, and Mahindra did not succeed in coming up with a production version of the concept, especially after the Stallion also failed to attract the customers' attention.
However, Mahindra is getting back in the groove and after having tasted success with scooters like the Rodeo and Gusto and the commuter bike Centuro, its two-wheeler arm looks all set to take upon the task of introducing the Indian market to the Mojo.
The company unveiled the new look of the Mojo at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo and though a far cry from the concept, the bike manages to turn a few heads. The company has been extensively testing the bike and it looks like the launch is around the corner. The company plans to launch the Mojo in March this year.
The Mojo will come with the 295cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder machine that produces 27bhp and 25Nm of torque. Then there is the signature golden colour twin-tubular frame under the tank and a dual exhaust setup with a canister on either side.
The Mojo will go head-to-head with the likes of the KTM Duke 200/390 and the faired CBR 250R.