Mojo 300 is again going to ride on roads
· Mahindra has released a teaser image of Mojo 300 to announce the relaunch of the motorcycle soon.
· Mahindra Mojo 300 was launched in 2015.
· The only change the motorcycle will receive is the BS6 compliant norms.
Making a debut in 2015 by Mahindra Two-Wheelers, Mojo wasn’t able to put a satisfied impact to the customers. The motorcycle was finally off the market this year in April after facing low sales, but with the teaser image released by Mahindra, we can clearly say that Mojo 300 has paved a path back to roads. The motorcycle will meet the BS6 emission regulations by which it will be on sales once again.
From the outlined image of Mojo 300, Mahindra hasn’t done any major changes to the motorcycle but expecting at least new color schemes. For now, the only change confirmed is that the motorcycle is meeting new norms, the motorcycle has received ABS last year to follow safety regulations, don’t forget the ABS lights.
Speaking about power figures, Mahindra hasn’t reveal the engine power output. The 295cc liquid cooled single cylinder engine gives a magnitude of 26.8bhp of maximum power and a peak torque of 30 Nm integrated with 6-speed transmission gearbox. We can expect a little low magnitude value with the new Mojo 300 because of the new norms, but the smooth power output was always a handsome characteristic of Mojo.
With sad expectations of no major change, the motorcycle will continue to have the same muscular fuel tank, twin headlamps, twin cylindrical tubes passing below the fuel tanks and semi-digital instrument cluster.
With these, mechanical features will also remain the same as rear mono shock absorbers and front USD shock absorbers, disc brakes at front and rear and Pirelli tyres. From all these no change concept, it is a guess that we wouldn’t have got dual channel ABS if it wasn’t mandatory according to the norms and safety regulations.
The price is yet to reveal by Mahindra, the previous price was around ₹1.89 lakhs (ex-showroom), but to BS6 emission norms the price could take a hike of ₹12000 to ₹15000. For Mojo 300, the positive sign is that the range to motorcycles between 200cc to 400cc segment is growing rapidly, receiving new demands.
But the market ground is already taken by the likes of Royal Enfield Himalayan, KTM 200 Duke, Bajaj Dominar 400 and SUZUKI Gixxer 250. Mahindra Mojo 300 has to deliver a really tough competition among these to survive or else history will take no time to repeat itself.
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