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Low-cost Mahindra Mojo caught testing

Parichay Malvankar
Written by Parichay Malvankar

Spotted testing yet again, the low-cost version of the Mahindra Mojo is getting set for a market debut. Also going to be BSIV compliant, the cheaper Mojo variant was spotted testing a few months back as well, but this time, there are changes again.

The low-cost version of the Mojo spotted previously was running on telescopic front forks, but this time, the USD forks are to be seen, which is a part of the standard kit. Also, the cheaper Mojo will get thinner tyres and also drop the Pirelli compound mostly, get a single-sided exhaust and no engine under belly.

The bike continues with the same twin-pot headlamp, LED tail lamps, front & rear disc brakes, fuel tank design, and other cycle parts.

The Mojo is powered by a 295cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled petrol motor producing 27 HP of power and 30 Nm of torque. The engine is expected to remain unchanged on the low cost version. There is in fact a chance that this model would be lighter, and the performance could feel slightly better.

The Mahindra Mojo sits at a spot where it rivals the likes of Bajaj Dominar 400 & the Royal Enfield Classic 350.

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Parichay Malvankar

Parichay Malvankar

Founder, owner and editor-in-chief of www.Shifting-Gears.com; a born gearhead, nothing apart from a set of wheels gets his pulse racing.