Well, my last post was not intended to compare Mojo with a Bullet or R1 per se, but if you want, I would say Mojo will most likely give a mileage higher than that of a Bullet.^Right. I have never used bullet, whats the economy on that? these guys say mojo gives 25kmpl (i suppose that is under test conditions). On roads and especially on highways if it crashes down to 20kmpl, every 300kms would require a tankfill. Its a negative for me.
R1 cant compare sir.
Cant compare R1? I dont get this one. My sole purpose was to bring your attention to the fact that most motorcycles in the world have a tank of not more than 15-18 liters and not comparing Mojo with any other motorcycle, certainly not with one which costs 6 or 7 times the same.
I would appreciate if you can let me know some of the motorcycles which have larger tanks.
I am sorry to say I am not tracking the motorcycle with such an enthusiasm. Is M&M passing Mojo off as a tourer or is it you who believes it is a tourer? Or it is really expected to be a good tourer? I have no idea.R1 is not a tourer in first place, unless you want to be Sjaak Lucassen
The only thing I wonder about is whether the motorcycles around the world (any kind) have tanks significantly larger than Mojo's tank of 15 liters. Period. I am not comparing it with any other motorcycle in any way.
BTW who's Sjaak Lukkha Sen and where does he come into picture? We were just discussing fuel tank capacity I thought.