Mahindra mojo 300 Reviews
Mahindra, a rise in the two wheeler market is really brave and confidence to come up with mojo 300 and probably has the influence to rule the mind of customers through its long history of SUV manufacturing. Mahindra takes advantage of its glorious records on SUV making to design a rival directly for 300cc segment, with only just having one commuter segment bike in its list, the Centuro. The Mahindra Mojo 300 even looks like a two wheel SUV with its interesting, new and fresh design yet archetypal.
The mojo 300 seems to be a bridge between the modern sporty street fighter and a classic bike made of solid metal body. The mojo directly encounters the KTM Duke 390, Bajaj dominar, Yamaha MT-03 and the Hero XF3R concept.
Outlook and design
The Mojo 300 is made with the inspiration posed by the Triumph triple R specifically when viewed from the front having double doom and the visor. The eyebrows like LED for this panther are magnificent. The bike maintains the aggressiveness to be at the position of 300cc capacity majestic look.
The 21 litre capacity fuel tank of Mahindra Mojo 300 is the voluminous of its entire segment, which is claimed to be on the pursuit of riding rather hunting for fuel stations aside. The golden dual tubular bars underlining the fuel tank are the characteristic appeal of Mahindra that is even observed on the Centuro.
The mojo 300 employs the suspension of higher side by the new age front upside down forks for the marvellous riding experience and strong exterior. The front wheel fender is made slim and sleek that almost runs over the wheel grants bold and hot front profile.
The double exhaust on the mojo is a classic treat for the audience with the sized cylindrical full chrome finish, however, may appear even trendy if jobs of modern days were included. The clipped on handle bar is missing on the mojo to keep the standards of the street fighter, but may have added external value on mojo if included.
Though the dimension of the bike is well done, the pillion rider finds it adjusting often on touring with no grab rails provided. The rear view of the mojo 300 is really an attention seeker, showing the double exhaust and fatty rear tyre with the mud guard extended cluster.
Dimension of mojo
The Mahindra Mojo 300 has an overall length of 2100 mm, Width 800 mm, Height 1166 mm with a wheelbase of 1465 mm. The ground clearance of the motorcycle measures about 174 mm, and Seat height of 815 mm. The kerb weight of the mojo is around 182 kg, which is good in a way for the power weight ration.
The dimension makes the bike huge which is even comfortable for all types of riders to love it. The best wheelbase and the seat height keep the fun growing on and on without the vibrations and least worried about the troublesome roads.
Engine and transmission
The 295cc, single cylinder, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4-valve, electronic fuel injection engine of the mojo responds on its marks delivering a maximum power output of 26.82 BHP @ 8000 rpm and peak torque of 30 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The gear transmissions are controlled by the six-speed gearbox shifts smooth and responsive in shorter gears.
Top speed and mileage
Mahindra Mojo 300 shows its presence when comes to performance, which is decent and inspiring as the bike maintains its reputation. Concerned about the top speed and mileage, the mojo hits 0-60 in less than 5 Secs and 0-100 in almost 9 Secs . The top speed of the Mahindra mojo grows to 165 kmph when managed to maintain at the fullest of its throttle at a for stretched. Though mojo is relaxed in some of the corners, the mileage part is appreciable for a 300cc variant that returns a fuel consumption value of 30-35 kmpl depending upon the riding conditions.
Tyres, brakes and suspensions
Though the conventional front forks are related to price reduction, Mahindra is keen about the comfortable ride with which the telescopic up-side down forks are offered in the front. The rear comes with a gas charged mono-shock with an internal floating position.
The heavy beast is slowed down by the single 320 mm Petal Disc Brake in the front and 240 mm Petal Disc Brake at the rear which is radially and floating mounted calipers, separately.
The near future will present the mojo to have an additional ABS feature as optional. The mojo runs on the Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres in the front of 110/70 ZR17 M/C 54W and 150/60 ZR17 M/C 66W at the rear which is really a smart choice for the mojo 300.
The Mahindra Mojo 300 opts for both analogue and digital technology. An analogue tachometer with combined digital speedometer, odometer, 2-trip-meters, RPM red line, sprint recorder and clock were found together as an instrumental console.
Additionally, Low Oil and battery Indicator, fuel indicator and sidewise has high beam and turn indications are some of the interesting features included.
The mechanical panther Mojo 300 is available in 3 shades are Volcano Red, Charcoal Black, Glacier White and sunburst Yellow