Mahindra Mojo Review, specifications, price, specs, Pros and Cons.

2015 Mahindra Mojo Review
2015 Mahindra Mojo Review

Mahindra took about 5 years to bring Mahindra Mojo to its perfection. It comes with a single cylinder 295 cc engine that produces 27bhp and 30Nm of torque that makes it proceed with ease in different traffic conditions. Its design looks like Michael Bay’s Transformer as if it had transformed to Mahindra Mojo and its front twin headlamps look like its eyes. Mahindra Mojo is an adventure touring motorcycle and Mahindra launched it on 16th October 2015. It is available across India about ₹ 1,72,000 – ₹ 1,89,000.

Mahindra Mojo Specifications and features:

The Mahindra Mojo looks stunning from the front and it surely steals the show. It resembles like a robot and its twin headlamps as its eyes which entices passersby to have a glance at it. There are two 8 mm eyebrow-shaped LED lights above the two twin headlamps that looks menacing during the night. With its awestruck design, it is also fitted with a console and it is partly digital and partly analog. It has a step-up seat which is only suitable for young to sit on the pillion seat. It is about 2100 mm in length, 800 mm in width and 1165.5 mm in height. Its seat height is 814.5 mm. Mahindra Mojo‘s twin exhaust on either side of the rear wheel takes all the attention.


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The bike comes with 295 cc liquid cooled EFI (Electronic Fuel Injection) engine which generates 20KW of power and 30 Nm of torque. The engine generates maximum power of 27bhp @ 8000 rpm and a peak torque of 30 Nm@ 5500 rpm. It has 6-speed gearbox and reaches a maximum speed approx 147 km/hr.

Mahindra Mojo has a tank capacity of 21 liters and shows a mileage of about 25-30 kmpl in mixed riding conditions. It has the tank capacity more than Bajaj Dominar 400. Its oil tank capacity is 1.25 liters.

The front wheel has 320mm disc and the rear wheel with 240mm disc brake and sheds speed as fast as it catches it. Unfortunately, the ABS is missing in Mahindra Mojo. Mahindra Mojo has an upside-down fork suspension which enhances its view and aids its handling. It facilitates to travel long journey smoothly.

If you are looking for more bikes in these segments have a look on Mahindra Gusto


1.It does not have ABS(Anti-lock Brake System).

2.The Windshield which is in the front could not able to divert air and resulting in causing air obstruction to the driver.

3.It does not have slipper clutch which the Bajaj Dominar had.



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