Mahindra has been on a mission to appeal to younger buyers, and recent products such as the Rodeo UZO and Centuro Rockstar make that intent very obvious. The journey continues with Mahindra Mojo 300 set a for launch in the following months, however, there is currently no fix on when exactly the launch will happen in the Indian market.
The Mojo 300 received a design revision at the Auto Expo 2014.
The latest set of spyshots snapped by the Motoroids reader at the Kari Speedway in Coimbatore, show a bike not wearing any camouflage. Black-colour Mojo looks almost identical in terms of physical characteristics to the one showcased at 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. Once launched at an expected price of around Rs 1.5 lakh (ex-showroom), the Mojo 300 will compete against the KTM Duke 200, Suzuki Inazuma 250, Honda CBR250R and yet to be launched Hero HX250R.
The twin-exhaust pipe could have been more imaginatively styled.
Features on board the Mahindra Mojo will include inverted front fork, monoshock rear suspension and twin tube steel chassis. It also gets LED DRLs and tail light, gear shift light, low fuel indicator besides analogue tachometer with digital display screen. Centuro equipped remote key fob with LED torch, guide me home lamps, find me lamps, engine immobiliser and anti-theft alarm are other features.
The production-spec Mojo 300 could get a marginal increase in the power output.
Power comes from a 296 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine producing 27 bhp @ 8,000 rpm and peak torque of 25 Nm is achieved at 6,500 rpm, but a marginal bump in the numbers could be on the cards for the showroom version. A 6-speed transmission does duty coupled to Mojo’s engine, transmitting power to wheel via chain drive. Mojo features segment first twin exhaust positioned on either side of rear wheel.
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Source – Motoroids