The Mojo is finally back with me. And as you must’ve already read in the travelogue (if not, please do), I am smitten by the versatility of this Mahindra. The only doubt I had about it was its touring capabilities, and after riding the Mojo for over 1,200kms, that has been cleared as well.
1,200km Mahindra Mojo road trip report --> Riding the Mahindra Mojo on the back roads of South India
Now, in the past, I may have complained about our long-term Mojo’s heavy-clutch action and how it drives me mad during rush hour traffic. It seems the problem is with the clutch wire, which needs to be replaced. I will be taking the Mojo to the workshop in a few days to sort that out and get the motorcycle serviced. Also since many of the readers have been time and again asking us about the maintenance costs of the bike, we will be able to give you an idea about that in the next report.
Even though I love almost everything about the Mojo, the seat is too soft as it tends to sink in during long rides. This means long highway rides can be quite tiresome. Also, at a slight tap of the brake pedal, the rear-wheel tends to lock-up almost immediatley.
Other than that, there’s nothing more to report about our long-term motorcycle because, to be honest, I haven’t been riding the Mojo enough these days, thanks to Delhi summers.