Mahindra Mojo launched in India at a limited period introductory price of Rs 1,58,000

Mahindra Mojo launched in India at a introductory price of Rs 1,58,000 ex-showroom Delhi. The price is valid for all bookings till this Diwali.


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Mahindra Two Wheelers has finally launched the much awaited Mojo on Indian roads. The Mahindra MOJO was launched at an introductory price of Rs 1,58,000 (ex-showroom Delhi). The price is valid for all bookings till this Diwali.

The Mojo aimed to set new benchmarks in styling, performance and ride quality. Mojo comes equipped with a newly developed engine with DOHC (Double Over Head Camshaft), low friction piston and rings, advanced EFI (Electronic Fuel Ignition), iridium spark plug, resonator fitted intake system and twin exhausts. The 294.7 cc, liquid cooled, single cylinder engine delivers 26.82 bhp of power at 8,000 RPM and 30 Nm of torque at 5,500 RPM.

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Click here to read our exhaustive review of the new Mahindra Mojo

Mojo uses a twin tube frame with high torsional rigidity, inverted front fork with rigid triple clamp mounting and high pressure gas charged offset rear mono-shox with separator floating piston, largest 320mm radially mounted front disc brakes and Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres. The motorcycle comes equipped with a 21-litre fuel tank, the largest in its class, to ensure it can cover longer distances on road effortlessly. The handlebar and footrest placement of Mojo offer an upright riding stance which enhances the comfort of long distance riding.

Mojo also features Twin Pod Head lamps with LED guide light and LED tail lamps. The fully loaded console includes a digital speedometer with fuel gauge, dual trip meter, and analogue tachometer. The new Mojo receives twin-exhaust system which is specially designed to produce a unique note.

Mahindra Mojo - First Ride Review - Action Shots (10)

The sales and service experience is also being enhanced by creating a Mojo Zone, a shop-in-shop concept in line with the expectations of this discerning consumer segment. The bookings open on 16th October online on

Mahindra also plans to have a customer interaction program with the Mojo Tribe – Club of Mojo Owners. This exclusive club for Mojo owners has been created for them to share their biking experience with other like minded owners and also be a part of the upcoming rides called the ‘Trails of Mojo Tribe’. The first of such consumer trails will be flagged off on 17th October at Bengaluru. The club will regularly hold rides for owners of Mojo and organize activities that will enhance the biking experience.

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  • Jayanand says:

    This has been an Honest good effort made by a company to foray into the motorcycle segment with what initially looks to be a well rounded product. There are few rough edges like the brakes not having good enough bite. But i wouldnt blame the company as in a place like India, Disc brakes are blamed to be unsafe as they think they lock up. I hope they get the spares and the after sales service right. That would give the consumer a complete piece of mind. If all these things are done, then Mahindra has a winner on their hands. Duke 200 better watch out.

  • Thanks..stands corrected.

  • Aditya says:

    Please edit the link it has a space in the article

  • tapan mehta says:

    first of all it is only available in four cities. what about other cities? and what if somebody in chennai decides to prebook this bike. second if this is the introductory price then it means that the other cities won't be getting much benefit of it. congratulations Mahindra you just shot yourself in your foot..