At the front, stopping duties are handled by a huge 320 mm dia rotor with four-piston radial callipers while the rear gets a 240 mm dia disc with twin-piston floating calliper. There is more than enough bite to shed speed in a hurry. The twin-piston arrangement at the rear is rather too sharp and panic braking is best avoided. ABS, though not available right now, is expected over the next few months.
To sum up all of this therefore, the Mahindra Mojo is not a perfect motorcycle and has some flaws that hopefully will be ironed out in future phases of development. Mahindra have put their Mojo on the shelves with an inaugural sticker of around Rs 1.58 lakh, ex-showroom, Delhi. So Royal Enfield better watch out. The Mahindra Mojo certainly has the potential to be a serious threat to their dominance of the Indian motorcycle touring scene.
Bookings open on October 16 on the Mahindra Mojo website.