Mahindra’s two-wheeler division, which also owns the Classic Legends, the company responsible for the revival of the Jawa brand has been evidently quite busy with the same. Maybe that is why their much-awaited update for the Mojo motorcycle took a back seat. However, with the launch of the Jawa motorcycles now out of the way, the Mojo update has been going on in full swing. Ahead of its launch, we now have a set of spy shots of this upcoming, updated Mojo model, read ahead to know more.
In terms of appearance, the bike does not look very different, however, we see a number of changes, all of which are listed below:
- No USDs
This model does not feature the Upside Down Forks of the previous model. Conventional telescopic forks are not present, which would translate to a more affordable price tag.
- Single exhaust
This particular test mule seen here sports a single exhaust. This again seems to be done in order to have a more affordable price tag.
- Bybre Brakes
This time around, the Mojo comes with a set of solid brakes outsourced from Bybre. The presence of ABS rings at both ends confirms the fact that Mahindra will offer a dual channel ABS module with this bike.
While the inclusion of ABS is a welcome feature, The omission of the USDs and the dual exhaust may not go well with the fans of this motorcycle. That said, the bike seen in these images could probably be the more affordable variant of the Mojo, akin to the UT300, and Mahindra may offer a fully loaded model with many more features at a slightly higher price.
Apart from these changes, we also have reason to believe that the engine will be modified to comply with the upcoming BS – VI emission norms which shall be enforced from next year. Currently, only the Honda Activa 125 FI and the Hero Splendor are the only two-wheelers that comply with these emission norms. Expected to make its appearance in the market rather soon, stay tuned for more news on this upcoming motorcycle.
Image Courtesy: Mahindra Mojo Riders Club