Mahindra Mojo UT 300
Mahindra Two Wheelers has propelled the new Mojo UT 300 today. The organization has set a sticker price of Rs 1.49 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi) for the new cruiser. Alongside it the organization is additionally offering basic advantages of Rs 10,000 on the UT 300 until March 2018. Alongside the new dispatch, Mahindra has additionally renamed the best spec Mojo as Mojo XT 300.
Talking on the dispatch, Prakash Wakankar, CEO – Mahindra Two Wheelers Business, stated, “At Mahindra, we have dependably trusted in development and giving our customers an energizing incentive. With the dispatch of the Mojo UT 300, we trust that we have an energizing item offering for the new age bicycle aficionado. With the dispatch of this new variation, the Mojo will now be accessible to a more extensive scope of buyers in excess of 60 urban communities crosswise over India.”
Tastefully, the Mojo UT 300 stays indistinguishable to its more seasoned kin. In any case, you do pass up a major opportunity for LED DRLs, those vibrant twin depletes and brilliant topsy turvy forks in advance. The UT 300 likewise gets MRF tires rather than the Pirellis found on the XT 300. Braking units comprise of a 320mm front circle and a 240mm back plate.
Fueling the new cruiser is the same 300cc, fluid cooled, 4-valve, single-barrel motor as the first tourer. Be that as it may, it now gets a carburetted fuel framework rather than the fuel infusion one seen on the XT 300. It keeps on being a tourer on the most fundamental level, pressing a similar section driving 21-liter fuel tank, upright riding position and a semi-computerized instrument comfort.
The lower-spec Mojo equals the Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 and the Bajaj Dominar 400. The more costly Mojo XT 300, with every one of its fancy odds and ends, will burrow your wallet more profound by Rs 25,000. All in all, is the more affordable Mojo justified, despite all the trouble, or has the Mojo lost its… fail, magic? We’ll soon discover in our street test survey.