Mahindra MOJO Coastal Trail was simultaneously flagged off from Mumbai and Bengaluru and ended in Dandeli (Karnataka)
Mahindra Two-wheelers is all set to take the Mojo to new heights. Showing its capabilities in ways not seen before. The company takes existing and prospective owners of the Mojo for a ride through trails. After desert, mountain and other trails, this time Coastal trails was the right time as the Monsoon transforms the experience. This time, Maharashtra and Karnataka riders were seen in action. Riders from Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Chennai and Goa were part of the trail that covered a total distance of 1350 kms.
Mahindra Mojo riders being called Tribesmen, rode through the mesmerizing (specially when monsoon) western coast of India, enjoying the magnificent beaches along NH-66 and exploring the beauty of coastal Karnataka and Maharashtra. This Mahindra MOJO Coastal Trail was held in two batches that started out simultaneously from Bengaluru and Mumbai and headed towards Goa, where they spent the night before heading to Dandeli (Karnataka) together as a pack. Mahindra MOJO Coastal Trail Tribesmen enjoyed their day off in Goa where they experienced other adventure activities like Parasailing and Banana Boat rides. All this before riding to Dandeli, where the Mahindra MOJO Coastal Trail ended.
The Mahindra MOJO comes equipped with the new in-house made 300cc engine DOHC unit which has all the tech. List includes low friction piston and rings, advanced EFI (Electronic Fuel Ignition), iridium spark plug, resonator fitted intake system and twin exhausts. All these things are used to make the engine efficient and powerful at the same time. The star engine and 21-litre fuel tank, the largest in its class, ensures these long distances are done effortlessly. Mahindra Mojo continues to be priced attractively. Next launch on the Mojo platform could be a base variant and higher priced variant that could come with ABS.