Mahindra has released a teaser image of the BS6-compliant Mojo 300 ahead of its imminent launch. While the teaser image only shows the silhouette of the Mojo 300 BS6, the upcoming motorcycle was revealed through a spy photograph earlier this month. Here we bring you all the details that you can expect to see on the new Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6.
The BS6-compliant model will retain the styling of the old, BS4 model (Mojo UT 300). Thus, the motorcycle will come equipped with a twin-pod headlight, tinted visor, muscular fuel tank, single-piece saddle in dual-tone colour, split-style pillion grab rail, single-sided exhaust and an engine cowl. The feature list is also likely to be similar to the BS4 model, and thus we expect to see halogen headlight setup and a semi-digital instrument cluster on the BS6 version. In comparison, its direct rival, the Dominar range, packs premium features like full-LED lighting, digital instrument cluster and upside-down front forks.
Mechanical specifications will most likely retain the 295cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. The motor, in BS4 guise, produced 26bhp of maximum power at 7,500rpm and 28Nm of peak torque at 5,500rpm. The BS6-compliant engine may put out a marginally lower power output. The motor will be linked to a six-speed transmission.
The hardware setup will be similar to the BS4 model, and the upcoming Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6 will continue to use conventional telescopic forks at the front and a mono-shock at the back to handle the suspension tasks. Braking power will come from single discs on both wheels while the safety net will include dual-channel ABS. The updated model, similar to the BS4 version, should use Pirelli-sourced Angel CT tyres.
The BS6 upgrade should push the prices higher, and the updated model may carry a Rs 10,000-15,000 premium over its predecessor. The BS4 model, for reference, was priced at Rs 1,49,520 (ex-showroom Delhi for Mojo UT 300), which will put it directly against the newly launched Bajaj Dominar 250.