The quarter-litre performance motorcycle category in India has one of the toughest competition in the Indian market.
Motorcycles like the Honda CBR250 and the KTM Duke took over this segment and flooded the market, triggering other manufacturers to look at the potential there is.
One very anticipated motorcycle in this segment is the Mahindra Mojo. The launch has been delayed for a long time now, but the motorcycle has been spotted testing around the country multiple times.
This could mean that Mahindra could launch the motorcycle anytime soon.
The Mojo was seen in Ooty, a few months ago, and early this November, two were seen being tested on the Salem-Coimbatore highway. Not after long, the motorcycle was seen entering Bangalore, via NH 4.
The motorcycle sports a 292 cc, liquid-cooled, single cylinder four-stroke engine which produces 25 bhp. The engine will be mated to a six-speed gearbox.
The bike was doing a good 140 km/h on the NH 47. This could hint that the motorcycle could have an impressive top speed of around 150 to 160 km/h.
Twin exhausts from the single cylinder engine look very impressive and gives the flagship motorcycle from Mahindra a big boy look. The headlights and the visor give it a unique personality.
We hope it's just a matter of time until Mahindra officially launch the motorcycle so enthusiasts get a real taste of what the Mojo feels like.