Mahindra Mojo Sunburst Yellow colour adds flair to the existing paint schemes such as Glacier White, Charcoal Black and Volcano Red
In an exclusive story, we revealed that Mahindra Two Wheelers is preparing to launch a new variant of the flagship Mojo motorcycle last month. On the official website dedicated for Mojo, the new colour has been revealed. It is likely to have a different price point over the rest of the range. Other detailed changes expected are sparse as Mahindra will be revealing more information soon.
The existing colour options for the Mahindra Mojo are Glacier White, Charcoal Black and Volcano Red. The Mumbai-based manufacturer showcased an adventure-tourer and a scrambler based on the Mojo with only cosmetic changes at the Auto Expo 2016. Along with them, Crimson Red matte colour and Yellow Sunburst paint job had been displayed for public viewing as well.
With the same powertrain, Mahindra launched the Tourer Edition of the Mojo at the beginning of this month. It was basically the standard Mojo with added accessories for adventure seeking enthusiasts. Mahindra expanded the presence of the Mojo by launching it in over 15 new cities as part of phase II expansion earlier this year. To appeal for more potential customers, Mahindra conducted the inaugural Mojo Mountain Trail.
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 amidst covering more than 3,000 kilometers. A new low-cost variant of the Mojo was snapped testing a few months ago as well which fuelled speculation that the brand is keenly trying to expand the tourer’s range.
The standard Mojo features some of the advanced technologies mechanically like the iridium spark plug, resonator fitted intake, advanced Electronic Fuel Ignition, Double Over Head Camshaft, twin exhausts, low friction pistons and rings, etc. It is built on a rigid twin-tube frame with inverted forks up front, class-leading 21-litre fuel tank, high pressure gas charged offset rear mono-shock, radially-mounted 320 mm front disc brakes, and Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres and has upright riding position for covering long distances with ease.
Ergonomics is dealt with LED tail lights, twin-pod headlamps with LED guide light, fuel gauge, dual trip meter, analogue tachometer and digital speedometer on the instrument console with specifically designed twin exhausts. The motorcycle takes power from a 300 cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected DOHC BS-IV compliant engine which churns out 27 bhp of peak power and 30 Nm of peak torque.