First Ever Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail Concluded Successfully


Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail was flagged off from Delhi as the 15 day journey went through challenging terrains of Himalayan region

Mahindra two Wheelers has successfully organized the first ever ‘Mountain Trail’ for Mojo owners. The 15 day journey went through challenging terrains of Himalayan region. The journey began from Delhi on 24th July and concluded on 7th August in Chandigarh. It covered more than 3000 kilometers.

Some high points of the journey were Khardung La, Pangong Lake, Kargil War Memorial, Nubra Valley etc. Another most impart fact of the fierst ever Mahindra Mojo Mountain Trail was Rannvijay Singh from MTV Roadies fame and film director Nagesh Kukunoor participated in the adventure rally. Talking about the experience participant Deepak Varde was saying, how exciting the journey was.


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Also talking about the Mountain Trail Mahindra Two Wheelers’ Senior General Manager, Marketing & Product Planning, Mr. Naveen Malhotra said, Mojo stands for joy of riding and brotherhood. He also said, such trails bring all the Mojo owners under one umbrella and builds a strong bonding between them. Mahindra Two Wheelers offers a total of four mega trails in one calendar year. These are Jungle Trail, Mountain Trail, Desert Trail and Coastal Trail.

Mahindra Mojo is an aggressive looking and tough motorcycle which is well capable to glide through the smooth urban roads. It is also well capable to take on the rough and challenging roads. The motorcycle takes power from a 300 cc liquid cooled fuel injected DOHC engine, which is a BS-IV norm compliant. The engine churns out 27 bhp of peak power and 30 Nm of peak torque.


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Mahindra Mojo is built on a twin tube body frame. It offers higher torsional rigidity. The motorcycle has been equipped with the largest in class 21 litres fuel tank. The large fuel tank ensures long distance travel. The Mahindra Mojo sports inverted front forks with rigid triple clamp mounting. While the rear sports high pressure gas charged mono shocks with separate floating pistons. On the braking front the front wheel features a 320 mm disc brake.