Mahindra have given the Mojo a 26-degree rake and a 1,465 mm wheelbase; the bike remains stable in a straight line but handling could see some improvement. The Mojo’s home is on open stretches of straights or sweeping bends at best. However the Mojo sports an excellent set of tyres. Mahindra have shod the Mojo’s 17-inch wheels with a Pirelli Diablo Rosso II 110/70 up front and 150/60 at the rear…as standard fitment! They offer excellent grip, irrespective of dry or wet surface.
Where the Mahindra Mojo really excels is in the ride quality department. The suspension, which comprises upside down forks with 143.5 mm of travel and a high pressure gas charged monoshock with internal floating piston and 143 mm of travel, is set up on the softer side of life. That means, ruts, bumps, potholes, absolutely nothing finds their way to your bottom. Everything is filtered out with a high degree of efficiency. A must-have quality for a bike that intends to be a tourer in India.