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Published on: 2018-01-12     225 times read    0  Comments

Agni Motoinc launches Mojo in Pokhara

January 12: Agni Moto Inc, a subsidiary of Agni Group and the sole authorized distributor of Mahindra two-wheelers in Nepal, along with Asian Automobiles, the authorized dealer of Agni Moto Inc for Pokhara, on Thursday (January 11) launched Mojo bike in Pokhara.

Mahindra’s Mojo is being launched simultaneously in Narayanghat, Butwal, Bhairahwa and Birtamode, and will be available across the 10-dealer network of Agni Group in Nepal, reads a press statement issued by the company.

The bike was unveiled in a launch event held at the ‘Saphal Rashtriya Audhogik Byapar Mela 2074, Pokhara,’ on the of January 11. Agni Moto Inc said it will also be providing a Mojo jacket for the first few buyers on the occasion of the launch of Mojo.

According to the company, Mahindra Mojo is powered by a 300cc liquid cooled, EFI single-cylinder engine, which produces maximum power of 27bhp and peak torque of 30Nm. It has been developed in-house, with inputs from global partners and is designed to be on par with global products of this class.

Mojo comes equipped with a-state-of-the-art engine with DOHC (Double Over Head Camshaft), low friction piston and rings, advanced EFI (Electronic Fuel Ignition), iridium spark plug, resonator fitted intake system and twin exhausts, reads the statement.

It uses a twin tube frame with high torsional rigidity, inverted front fork with rigid triple clamp mounting and high-pressure gas charged offset rear mono-shox with separator floating piston, largest 320mm radially mounted front disc brakes and Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres.

According to the company, these features are enhanced with a 21-litre fuel tank, the largest in its class, to ensure it can cover longer distances on road effortlessly. The handlebar and footrest placement of Mojo offer an upright riding stance which enhances the comfort of long distance riding.

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