- Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6 Black Pearl costs Rs 2 lakh
- Garnet Black colour option is priced at Rs 2.06 lakh
- Red Agate and Ruby Red paint schemes are pegged at Rs 2.11 lakh
After discontinuing the Mojo 300 in India for a few months, Mahindra has brought back the touring motorcycle with the BS6 update. Besides the revised engine for cleaner emissions, the motorcycle has received four new colour options to help differentiate from the BS4 model. The one you can see in the above picture is the most affordable Black Pearl colour option, priced at Rs 2 lakh. It adorns black shade on the entire bodywork and cycle parts along with white trim on the seat and fuel tank.
The Mojo BS6 is also available in a Garnet Black paint scheme which costs around Rs 6,000 more than the base colour. It features black colour on every element except for the frame and swignarm which are finished in red, lending it a sporty appeal. Moreover, there are red-coloured strips on both wheels.
Mahindra is also offering the Mojo 300 BS6 in Red Agate and Ruby Red colour variants both of which are pegged at Rs 2.11 lakh. The former is the most vibrant colour of the lot as it gets a red and black headlamp cowl, white and red fuel tank and radiator shrouds along with red rear fender. Meanwhile, the Ruby Red version also gets a dual tone fuel tank sporting red and black shades along with red grab rails and wheel strips.
Powering the Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6 is the same 295cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine but with certain revisions to emanate cleaner gases. That has marginally dropped down its power output to 25.35bhp and 25.6Nm. In terms of cycle parts, it gets telescopic forks, monoshock and a disc brake at both ends with dual-channel ABS.
Mahindra has commenced the bookings for the Mojo 300 BS6 at Rs 5,000 while the deliveries are likely to commence soon.
(All prices are ex-showroom)