Mahindra Mojo BS6 SpottedJuly 13, 2020
With unlock in place post lock down in India, vehicular traffic is making inroads to tarmac and concrete. The Mahindra Mojo BS6 has been recently spotted on a post on social media platform. According to the photos at 1st glance it resembles its predecessor – The 2019 Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS. Indeed the ABS variant has gone off the shelves, however seeing this image only means that a new motorcycle is on the way.
As per our sources it is revealed that the all new BS6 Mahindra Mojo might have a new colour scheme. The 4th generation could see an all new red chassis from its current paint scheme.
With this revelation coming on a face mask, could this be a hint at a launch of a new accessories line up too?
Just to refresh the memory of our readers, the Mahindra Mojo (XT) 300 had its own share of accessories that included:
- Magnetic tank bag
- Saddle bag
- Riding Jacket
Later on they added touring accessories like:
- Crash Guard
- Saddle stay
- Fog lamp mount
- Mojo branded helmets
The BS4 compliant 2019 Mahindra Mojo 300 ABS features were as follows:
- 4 Valve DOHC 295cc liquid cooled engine
- Dual channel ABS system to aid the 320mm (front) and 240mm (rear) petal brakes
- 110/70/R17 and 140/70/R17 tyres
- Single sided Exhaust setup
- Telescopic front forks with brace and rear gas charged forks
- 21 liters fuel tank
- It was available in two colours – Black and Blue
Mahindra Mojo – Snapshot
Launched on 16th October 2015, the Mahindra Mojo (XT 300) made its mark as an adventure touring motorcycle. Armed with best in class Pirelli Diablo Rosso 2 tyres, the dual headlight Mojo is reminiscent of a motorcycle from a Hollywood action flick. The scaled down version – Mahindra Mojo UT 300 fed on a carburetor, belted out 24bhp from its single channel throaty exhaust. The golden chassis replaced with an all black scheme with solid Blue and Red Colour schemes. While some changes seemed like a downgrade, it in fact added more muscle to this machine.
The ABS version reintroduced the fuel injection system with an all purpose Pirelli Angel CT tyres.
Mahindra Mojo UT300 basking in the sunset at Diu Island.
Like its predecessor the Mojo 300 ABS, some changes can expected in the new motorcycle. Like most other manufacturers, Mahindra Two Wheelers Limited too is expected to follow suit with the transition to BS6. Likewise, it certainly will retain the core fuel injected ABS system. Whether there will be drop in the power figures or will they make some changes to offset this is to be seen.
A price increase from the BS4 motor to the all new BS6 is certain. With the competition already upgraded to BS6 compliance, it will be interesting to see what the all new Mahindra Mojo will bring to the table.
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