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Mahindra Mojo Tourer Edition launched – Here are the 6 new accessories it gets


Price of new Mahindra Mojo Tourer Edition starts from INR 1,88,850 (Ex-Showroom Delhi), which is about 19,000 more than the standard Mahindra Mojo on sale.

Launched in October last year, Mahindra is celebrating the first anniversary of their flagship motorcycle – Mojo, by announcing a new special edition. The new Mahindra Mojo Tourer Edition comes with six additional, and much-needed accessories for those riders who are always on the explore mode when riding their bikes.

The six new acceries on offer are –

· Magnetic Tank Bag
· Saddle Bag and Carrier
· Mobile Holder
· Front Guard
· Pannier Mount
· Fog Lamp and Mount

New Mojo 300 cc motorcycle has successfully managed to uplift the brand’s image in the two wheeler segment. The first true adventure tourer in the segment, Mahindra wants more and more people to join their idea of adventure and freedom on two wheels, called the Mojo Tribe.

To promote the same, Mahindra has launched first short film titled ‘Born for the Road.’ Created by Flying Cursor and directed by Littil Swayamp Paul, the campaign was shot in Rajasthan by IKIGAI Collective. You can watch the video below.

Mahindra Mojo is powered by a fuel injected 295 cc single cylinder liquid cooled engine which generates peak power of 27 bhp at 8,000 rpm and peak torque of 30 Nm at 5,500 rpm. Mated to a six-speed gearbox, Mahindra Mojo comes with upside down forks in the front, mono shock rear suspension, Pirelli tyres, disc brakes, dual exhaust, twin headlamps, analogue/digital instrument console, large 21-liter fuel tank and a comfortable riding posture.

Mahindra has designed the Mojo as an adventure tourer which is ready to go on long road trips, whatever be the road condition. Mahindra is actively working towards making the Mojo even more versatile. Earlier this year, they showcased two Mojo concepts, which can be seen in the images below.

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  • Net Troll

    Now seriously Mahindra needs some practical riders to design and plan their bike. Single cylinder with dual exhausts? I mean how does that even work with adventure touring lugging those extra weights, reminds me of the old days Yezdi and Jawa. No ABS is another no-go when you have a powerful ride and you are a newcomer in the muscle bike market.

    • Mahesh Yadav

      Have you heard it scream without the DB killers? Try it out and you’ll agree that this is the best sounding factory exhaust for sub-5.0 lakh bike. It’s sounds like a small four cylinder. very meaty and bassy and definitely loud.

      • Net Troll

        Actually I’m talking from the practical use and not to create ruckus, any motorcycle without their baffles are going to make hell lot of noise. Coming to the weight that would add seems highly inappropriate, never mind the “sounds like 4 cylinder” compared with actual 4 cylinder bike, I wouldn’t want a Harley to sound like a Kawasaki, and vice-versa. Kills the whole excitement of riding when you want to sound/look like something it’s not. Now don’t get me wrong here but Mahindra has potentials of manufacturing actual 2 and 4 cylinders at much cheaper rates than the Japanese and American counterparts but I don’t know what’s stopping them from doing it.