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2019 Mojo ABS specs have been revealed through a leaked document. Mahindra has chosen the midway between XT and UT variants…

Mojo was temporarily discontinued from the market as Mahindra could not offer it with Antilock Braking System (ABS) on time (ABS rule got implemented from April this year). However, its appearance at one dealership recently confirmed that, after Jawa got settled, Mahindra had, indeed, turned its focus towards Mojo.

2019 Mojo ABS Specs

In a latest update, a spec sheet of the motorcycle has been leaked (courtesy Indianautosblog) which reveals some important bits about of the upcoming tourer. First up, the new Mojo ABS produces 19.34 kw of power at 7500 rpm which equates to 26.29 PS. For reference, the older Mojo XT churned 20 kw (27.19 PS) at 8000 rpm and the low-cost UT was good for 17 kw (23.11 PS) at 7500 rpm. So, the new Mojo ABS sits somewhere in between but comes with a fuel injector (UT was offered with a carburettor).

Apart from that here are some other specs of the motorcycle…

  • Gross Vehicle Weight – 335 kg. Do note that this is the ‘Gross’ vehicle weight which is the maximum rated load of a vehicle including engine, chassis, passengers etc. Kerb weight of the older XT and UT was 165 kg and 163.5 kg respectively.
  • Wheelbase – 1460 mm – equal to Mojo XT
  • Width – 800 mm – unchanged
  • Length – 2115 mm – equal to XT
  • Height – 1150 mm – equal to XT
2019 Mojo ABS Specs

The doc also confirms that Mojo ABS remains a BS IV motorcycle for now but Mahindra is taking fuel injection forward which is a clear indication that they have the BS VI in sights.

Apart from this, we already know that the new Mojo ABS ditches the left side exhaust canister, misses the LED DRLs and uses regular telescopic shock absorbers instead of USDs (of XT).

The last spied model (see spy pics here) wore Pirelli Angel CT tyres instead of MRFs or Pirelli Diablo Rosso II of the UT and XT respectively. And the other update is the inclusion of Bybre brakes with dual-channel ABS; which means they have ditched the J.Juan braking setup of the older models.

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Considering that they have carefully opted for best features of both the older variants, pricing is expected to be aggressive and we are hoping for something around that Rs 1.60 Lakh range. Launch is just round the corner…