Mojo, when it was first unveiled, was a drab bike which looked generic and just another motorcycle. However, BikeAdvice busted the first ever spyshots of a redesigned Mojo which carried a bulged bigger fuel tank.


Adding to that tally, we have some new shots of the upcoming motorcycle which gives a clue about the other parts of the bike and if you can notice any other changes do share back with us.


The new Mojo features new tank, redesigned and dual-tone seat. Moreover, the handlebar is also altered to accommodate the new seating position which possibly will be more upright now.


With these new changes, Mahindra is incorporating the generic feedback which appears to be going down well and in a positive direction. We also expect Mahindra to increase the power output of the 292cc engine from its current 26PS and 25Nm. One of the spypics here takes us closer to the engine and we see a marking which reads something like ‘VPI-2’ which may signify Mahindra testing different parts on the engine and possibly with different tunes. The engine’s skin is also different from the bike which Mahindra officially showcased in 2010.


Rest of the features like twin-tube chest, twin headlamps, twin silencers, front and rear disc brakes and pirelli sports demon tyres appear to be carried over.


We have heard one of the test mule’s exhaust note and it sounded quite bassy with a pretty impressive pick-up. This confirms that the long wait for Mojo will not go in vain and the motorcycle will come with betterments to the overall design as well as the engine and other mechanicals.

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This redesigned Mojo is slated to be showcased at the coming Auto Expo in Noida and we expect Mahindra to launch it soon thereafter.

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  1. Three motorcycles have witnessed a super delay in the Indian 2-wheeler market, they are a 250cc Karizma, Mahindra Mojo 300 and Yamaha R25. All these bikes have massive fan following in our country, despite the fact that these still have substantial gestation period ahead, before they actually see the light of the day.


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