Mahindra Mojo Tourer Edition Launched at Rs. 1.89 Lakh


Mahindra Mojo Tourer Edition is powered by the same 295cc engine like the standard Mojo and comprises of some adventure-friendly accessories

Mahindra Two Wheelers has launched Mojo Tourer Edition at Rs. 1,88,850 (ex-showroom, Delhi). The rugged looking bike comes with a wide range of accessories and it could easily attract the adventure enthusiasts who are seeking an affordable adventure tourer. At 2016 New Delhi Auto Expo, the two-wheeler manufacturer showcased a Mojo tourer concept, which paved the way for this bike.

Mahindra says, the bike’s accessories have been selected, keeping the functional needs of a tourer. The aggressive looking bike has received twin round headlamps like the standard Mojo. The front crash guards of Mojo Tourer Edition are made from high strength material, which is corrosion-resistant as well, giving protection to the fuel tank and engine. Apart from that it gets a chunky 21-litre fuel tank which offers a long range and comfortable riding position offering seat also.

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Among the accessories, Mahindra Mojo Tourer Edition has received pair of 20W foglamps, a fully adjustable silicon mobile holder which can rotate 360 degree, pair of pannier mounts finished in matte black and a 13-litre tank bag with 4 rare earth magnets, offering superior grip. Also it features couple of saddle bags as well, which are made of ultra-durable tough denier fabric and this saddle bags offer around 38-litres of storage capacity. Mahindra is also offering a tourer jacket with this bike, as an introductory offer.

Power source for Mahindra Mojo Tourer Edition is same as the standard Mojo. The 295cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine is mated to a 6-speed transmission. It kicks out 28 PS of peak power and 30 Nm of peak torque.

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Suspension duty in the bike is done by USD front forks and gas charged monoshock at rear. On the braking front, it is equipped with disc brakes at both front and rear wheels. Offering ABS could have enhanced the appeal and safety, but it doesn’t get ABS at all. The bike runs on 17-inch alloy wheels wrapped with meaty tubeless tyres, and Mahindra offers Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres as option.