Last updated on – Apr 30, 2016

royal enfield himalayan vs mahindra mojo

The Indian auto-mobile industry has emerged as a boon for the International and domestic brands from the last few years. The quarter-litre segment is most famed in India and manufacturers are also showing their interest in this category by launching products with heave price tag. In-addition, the Indian enthusiasts are taking more zest to own of fast machines as Mahindra Mojo that is a tourer bike. It was much awaited bike that has been launched in December, 2015. The Mojo has been getting an admiration love from its enthusiasts. Therefore, Royal Enfield has geared a scrambler and tourer bike, Himalayan to compete against the Mahindra Mojo. Therefore, in this post, we try to compare these bikes with each other. Have a look on the comparison: Royal Enfield Himalayan vs Mahindra Mojo.

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Design and Look:

royal enfield himalayan and mahindra mojo deign and look

First, we talk about the Royal Enfield Himalayan, its design is quite unique and a very different from its current line-up. The Royal Enfield syndicate motorcycle comes with spoke wheels, high mounted front mudguard and bold tyres. These all comments make it completely off-road bike. The rear section is featured with sporty exhaust and luggage carrier on both side and LED taillight along with a hexagonal chrome casing.

On the other end, the Mahindra Mojo comes with a classic design. It gets a twin rounded headlights that is enclosed with a compact frame that offer an aggressive look. The golden color is finished on front suspensions, under fuel tank pipes and side of wheels that gives cool look to the bike. The chrome is finished on the side panels of the bike and exhaust that also produces a stunning look.

Instrument Console:

himalayan and mojo intrument panel

The Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with a semi digital instrument console that houses a lot of information as analogue speedometer, tachometer, analogue fuel gauge. The big dial analogue speedometer has been placed at the top and a screen on the bottom side. In addition, smart tachometer has been made place on the right side.

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The Mahindra Mojo features a new concept in instrument console as it house indication meters along with a host information as analog tachometer that has been placed on the left side, while digital display had been kept on the right side in the panel.

Engine, Power and Performance:

himalayan and mahindra mojo power, engine and performance

The Royal Enfield Himalayan is developed with a new single cylinder, 410cc power-plant. The new developed engine is expected to be produced approximate power of 28-30 BHP and a peak torque of 30-32 Nm. This new mill is to be more efficient than other model of RE.

When, we talk about the powering of the Manhidra Mojo, it gets the power from a 295cc, liquid-cooled and fuel injected motor. The motorcycle gives a better performance as its engine is developed with Bosch Eco technology. The power-plant produces a maximum power of 26.82 BHP and a peak torque of 30 NM. The mill is mated to a six speed transmission.

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Handling and Riding:

himalayan and mojo handling and riding

Talking about the handling, the Himalayan comes with wider handlebar and center set foot pegs that give a dynamic riding. The seating position is upgraded with a step-up position that makes easy riding on a long drive. The raised handlebar offers better handle controlling power to the rider.

Whereas, the Mahindra Mojo comes with flat and raised handlebar and rear set foot-pegs that offer a better handling power to the rider and better seating posture. The Mojo is well designed in terms of comfortable riding as its seats have been cushioned.

Safety Components:

mojo and himalayan brakes, suspensions

Both motorcycles are loaded with several components as brakes/ABS, suspensions and head/rear lamps. The Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with a double disc brakes. At front side, a large disc brake is featured, while a smaller disc at rear end. In addition, the company has taken a monoshock suspension in its line-up for first time that will enhance your riding experience. The telescopic suspensions have placed at front side. The single rounded headlight offers better visibility on the road in night riding.

On the other side, the Mahindra Mojo comes twin rounded headlamps that give an excellent visibility in night ride. The braking duties are managed by a 320mm disc brake at front end and a 240mm disc at rear end. Currently the bike is not available in ABS option but the firm will bring an ABS option in Mahindra Mojo soon. Moreover, the bike offers dynamic balancing power as it is featured with upside down fork at front with a 143.5 mm of travel while a high pressure gas charged monoshock suspension at the rear end. The bike is engineered with pirelli tyres that offer excellent road grip on wet road.

Prices and Shades:

Himalayan vs Mojo Prices and Shades

The Royal Enfield Himalayan comes with a smart price tag at just Rs. 1,55,000. The motorcycle is available in two colors as white and mette black.

While the Mahinndra Two Wheelers has launched Mahindra Mojo on a price tag of INR 1.58 lakhs (Ex-showroom, Delhi). The bike is available in the market in several paint schemes as Volcano Red, Charcoal Black, Glacier White.

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