Mahindra Mojo With New Matte Sunburst Yellow Shade Launched

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HIGHLIGHTS

  • The Sunburst yellow shade was first showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo
  • The Mojo gets no changes to the mechanicals or engine specifications
  • Mahindra has commenced accepting registrations for the Mojo Desert Trail

Following up to the Tourer edition launched last month, Mahindra 2Wheelers has introduced the Mojo in the new 'Sunburst Yellow' paint scheme. The new colour joins the existing black, white and red with white options available on the tourer.

Mahindra Mojo
1.73 Lakh * On Road Price (New Delhi)
Mahindra Mojo

The new colour was first showcased at the 2016 Auto Expo alongside the matte red shade and is in fact brighter in person, than what it looks like in the images. The new colour extends to the fuel tank, front and rear fender, headlamp cowl as well as the radiator shrouds. The contrast yellow shade complements the black panels across the bike rather well.

Mahindra Mojo Sunburst Yellow

Mahindra has made no changes apart from the Sunburst Yellow shade

Apart from the new colour scheme, Mahindra has not made any changes to the Mojo recently. The tourer continues to draw power from the 295cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine tuned to produce 26bhp of power at 8000rpm and 30Nm of torque at 5500rpm. The motor comes paired to a 6-speed gearbox and is capable of hitting a top speed of 155 km/h (claimed). Suspension duties are performed by USD forks and a rear monoshock setup, while braking performance comes from dual disc brakes from J.Juan.

The Mojo has been an ambitious offering from Mahindra and certainly makes the cut as far as performance and touring ability is concerned. The bike however, could do with a lighter chassis, not to mention the addition of ABS. The latter was expected to arrive this year. However, it now seems we can expect the the Mahindra Mojo ABS to arrive only in 2017.

Mahindra Mojo Sunburst Yellow

Mahindra's newer bikes will be based on the Mojo platform

Meanwhile, Mahindra is now working to incorporate the Peugeot two wheelers and the recently acquired BSA motorcycles to its automotive family. Brand Mojo nevertheless, will remain the mainstay for the company, as it plans to take the premium route and will form the basis for newer motorcycles from Mahindra.

Promoting the motorcycle's touring skills, Mahindra has now opened registrations for the Desert Trail. Mojo owners need to head to the bike's website to participate in the same.

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