2019 Mahindra Mojo 300: All You Need To Know
Apart from an updated motor, here’s what else is different between the new Mojo 300 ABS and the Mojo XT 300 and UT 300
Mahindra is set to launch the all-new 2019 Mojo 300 ABS soon. We’ve even received its spec sheet as well as its price. Here’s everything you need to know about Mahindra’s flagship motorcycle:
Now comes in a single variant
According to our sources, the 2019 Mojo ABS will be introduced in just one variant priced at Rs 1.88 lakh (ex-showroom Bengaluru). This will make it around Rs 4,300 more expensive than the top-spec XT 300 and around Rs 30,000 more than the UT 300. The 2019 Mojo will pack a good mix of features from both the UT 300 and XT 300.
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Makes less power than before
Although the new-gen Mojo is powered by the same 294.72cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine as the UT 300, there are two major changes here. First, it now comes with fuel injection, which helps it comply with the upcoming BS 6 norms. Also, it now makes 26.29PS of power at 7500rpm and 28Nm of torque at 5500rpm, which is 0.9PS and 2Nm less when compared to the XT 300. This means it is now directly placed in the middle of the two variants. The new Mojo will continue to be equipped with a 6-speed transmission sans slipper or assist clutch.
Lacks XT 300’s premium underpinnings
Mahindra has equipped the new-gen Mojo with a conventional telescopic fork at the front and a gas-charged monoshock unit at the rear. This setup replaces the more premium upside-down fork seen on the XT 300. The new bike also uses a ByBre radial caliper at the front and a ByBre floating caliper at the rear instead of the J.Juan units seen on the previous models.
The disc brakes remain the same though - 320mm petal disc at the front and a 240mm disc at the rear. The Mojo will now come with dual-channel ABS as standard. While the tyre size remains the same as the UT 300 (front: 110-section, rear: 140-section), it now comes wrapped in Pirelli Angel CT tyres instead of the outgoing model’s MRF Nylogrip Zappers.
Sports similar dimensions as the UT 300
As we’ve mentioned before, the new-gen Mojo uses the UT 300 as its base. This means it continues to sport the same dimensions as the base Mojo variant. Thankfully, it continues to pack the same 21-litre fuel tank as before. The only difference here is that the saddle now sits 3mm lower than before at 815mm.