A video walkaround of the Mahindra Mojo UT300 has surfaced online, courtesy MotoMahal. It gives a better idea about the changes made in the bike.
Mahindra introduced the Mojo UT300 in order to be more cost-competitive in the market. Consequently, the motorcycle loses out on a few bits in pursuit of affordability. The Mahindra Mojo UT300 gets conventional telescopic front forks instead of the upside-down units. The handlebar is raised and the pillion seat is now wider for better comfort. Mahindra has increased the length of the side stand for better stability when parked.
The Mahindra Mojo UT300 employs a carburettor for fuel supply, instead of the fuel injector. Expect a marginal drop in power and torque figures. The standard Mojo makes 27 PS and 30 Nm from its 295 cc DOHC mill. The gearbox is a 6-speed unit. The exhaust system is a single unit instead of the twin cans in the standard Mojo.
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In the UT300, the alloy wheels are shod with MRF tyres, with 140-section rear. The rear uses a monoshock. Brakes include petal front disc and a single disc at the rear. The bike is likely to use the same 21-litre fuel tank which the standard Mojo has. Bookings for the motorcycle opened recently at select dealerships. Expect the price to go down by around INR 30,000 than the standard variant. Competitors include Royal Enfield Classic 350, Thunderbird 350, and the UM Renegade Sports S.