BS6 Mojo 300 Spied
The BS6 Mojo 300 does not seem to have any visual changes to the UT 300

The Mahindra Mojo 300 BS6 has been spied on test. Although late to join the bandwagon, the entry-level tourer is a welcome addition to spoil consumers a bit more. Spied on the outskirts of Pune, the Mojo 300 BS6 is expected to be launched in the coming months.

Apart from the motorcycle now complying with BS6 emission norms, there is a secondary catalytic converter, there are no details about the engine at the moment.

The BS4 Mojo 300 had a 294.72cc, fuel-injected, liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that belted out 26.29 HP and 28 Nm. The power output is expected to stay the same if not improve on the BS6 version.

Visually, the bike looks the same as the Mojo 300 BS4. The twin-headlights, body panels, wheels and brakes are all similar-looking. Even the conventional telescopic forks are carried over.

There were no LED DRLs on the Mojo 300 BS4 and it is not known if they are offered here. The BS4 version had a 320 mm single disc upfront and a 240 mm disc at the rear, along with ByBre calipers. Tyres used were Pirelli Angel CT units.

It is said the Mojo 300 BS6 was supposed to go on sale this month, but due to COVID-19, there has been a delay. The BS4 version of the bike was on sale for Rs. 1.88 lakhs. The BS6 Mojo 300 will be priced higher.

It will compete with the Royal Enfield Himalayan that is priced at Rs. 1.89 lakhs and Bajaj Dominar 400 that costs Rs. 1.94 lakhs (prices ex-showroom, Mumbai).

While testing of the 2020 Mojo 300 BS6 is finally underway, we do not know when its electric counterpart will, or if at all, go on sale. If it does, it might give Mahindra a good boost in the 2-wheeler segment.

Mahindra Mojo BS6 Spied

  • The Mojo 300 BS6 test mule has no visual changes
  • No details about the engine has been revealed yet
  • Expected to go on sale in the coming months
Mahindra Mojo UT300 Side Profile
The updated Mojo 300 BS6 is expected to cost more than the BS4 version

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