- Four colours revealed so far
- Launch details yet to be announced
- Retains the design and hardware of the Mojo UT 300
Mahindra Two-wheelers has revealed another colour option for its upcoming motorcycle, the Mojo 300 BS6 ahead of its imminent launch. The latest option to join the palette is the Red Agate paint that features a dual-tone finish. The new paint option comprises of white and red colours. The Red Agate, however, misses out on the red wheel stripes and the bright red colour on the frame and the swingarm.
Apart from Red Agate, the Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6 will be available in Garnet Black, Ruby Red and Black Pearl options. The cosmetic changes during the BS6 upgrade will be limited to the new colour palette. The overall design, on the other hand, will remain identical to the BS4 model. Thus, the Mojo 300 BS6 will continue to use a twin-pod headlight, chiselled fuel tank, radiator shrouds, engine cowl and a single-piece seat.
Engine specifications are not likely to be very different from the BS4 model, although the latest version may deliver slightly lower power and torque output. The BS4-compliant, 295cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine produced 26bhp of power and 28Nm of torque. The motor will continue to use a six-speed transmission.
Mahindra Two-wheelers has remained tight-lipped about the launch details, although we could hear an announcement by the end of this month or early August.