- Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6 launched
- Prices start at Rs 1,99,900 (ex-showroom)
- Demands a premium of around Rs 4,500 over the BS4 Mojo XT300
After releasing a string of teasers, Mahindra has finally launched the Mojo 300 BS6 in India. The prices of the motorcycle start at Rs 1,99,900 (ex-showroom); a hike of around Rs 4,500 over the BS4 Mojo XT300, which was the more premium version of the UT300. Bookings for the Mojo 300 BS6 are open at Rs 5,000.
The aforementioned price is that of the Black Pearl colour option. Meanwhile, the Garnet Black paint scheme costs Rs 2.06 lakh while the Ruby Red and Red Agate versions go up to Rs 2.11 lakh. Mahindra has retained the same styling for the Mojo BS6 with a large front end housing a dual-pod headlamp, bulky fuel tank and a stubby tail section holding a single-piece seat. With a pulled-back handlebar and centre-set footpegs, the Mojo continues to offer ergonomics suitable for long-distance riding.
The cycle parts of the Mojo BS6 remain the same as the BS4 UT300 model with telescopic forks and a monoshock along with disc brake at both ends with dual-channel ABS. Powering the bike is a 295cc, single-cylinder engine which churns out 25.35bhp at 7,300rpm and 25.6Nm at 6,000rpm. Notably, this is lower than the BS4 model’s power output. The kerb weight of the bike stands at 186.2kg and fuel tank capacity is 21 litres.
Mahindra is likely to commence the deliveries of the Mojo 300 BS6 in a couple of days. Considering its purpose and pricing, the motorcycle goes up against the Bajaj Dominar 400 and Royal Enfield Himalayan.