Mahindra Mojo is the flagship bike of the brand and currently, the only bike from the brand as all other products have been discontinued. Mahindra has launched a new colour for the Mojo, which is a combination of blue and silver. The new colour was already available with the lower cost variants – Mahindra Mojo UT. There are no other changes done to the bike and there is no extra cost for the new colour too. It is still priced at Rs. 1.79 lakhs, ex-showroom.
Mahindra renamed the Mojo to Mojo XT300 post the launch of a new low-cost variant earlier this year. The Mojo Xtreme Tourer is powered by a 295cc single-cylinder oil-cooled engine that churns out a maximum of 26.8 Bhp of peak power and 30 Nm of peak torque.
The XT300 competes with the likes of Bajaj Dominar 400 in the segment and gets a fuel-injected engine. The cheaper variant of the bike is powered by a carburetted engine. It gets a 6-speed transmission and a large tank that can hold up to 21 litres.
The Mojo was launched in the Indian market after 6 years of its first unveiling. The touring bike is appreciated for its smooth, single-cylinder engine and the factory-fitted Pirelli Diablo Rosso II tyres. Mahindra launched the lower variant of the Mojo to make it more accessible to the customers.
The new UT variant loses out on a lot of features like dual-exhausts, fuel injection and the Pirelli tyre. The Mojo is the only product from Mahindra two-wheelers at the moment. However, the company is planning to re-introduce the legendary Jawa brand to the Indian market soon.
It is speculated that the new Jawa bikes will be launched in India by the end of this year and they will be powered by the same single-cylinder engine that powers the Mojo. Their body design will be vintage to reflect the iconic name.