The Mahindra Mojo has been exported to the UAE for exhibition purposes as a completely built unit at a declared value of Rs. 1.25 lakhs, hinting towards a very aggressive Indian price tag.

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The Mahindra Mojo will be priced at around Rs. 1.5 lakhs in the domestic market

With the launch finally scheduled for April 2015, more details on the pricing of the highly awaited Mojo 300 comes to light. Mahindra 2-Wheelers recently exported a unit of the Mojo 300 to the UAE as a CBU at a declared price of Rs. 1.25 lakhs. While this is not the official production price and was the declared amount for the prototype, it gives us a healthy idea about the production ready Mojo that could be priced around Rs. 1.5 lakhs (ex-showroom) in the country.

First showcased in 2010, five years ago, the wait for the Mahindra Mojo will finally be over as the 300cc bike plans to take on quarter-litre offerings starting from the KTM Duke 200 to the upcoming Hyosung GD250N. With Mahindra’s high levels of localisation, it won’t be surprising to find the Mojo introduced at a killer price tag, making it a very value friendly sports offering. A street-fighter in terms of aesthetics, the Mojo is sure to find takers looking for a performance bike on a budget.

In terms of mechanicals, the Mahindra Mojo draws power from a 295cc, liquid-cooled, DOHC, 4-stroke, SI engine that is tuned to produce 27 BHP of power at 8000 RPM and 25 Nm of torque 6500 RPM, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The bike comes with USD forks at the front and a monoshock set-up at the rear, while stopping power comes from a single petal disc at the front and a conventional disc at the rear. The bike also gets LED DRLs, while the instrument console is equipped with a gear shift light and low fuel indicator among other features.

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The Mojo 300 will rival the KTM Duke 200 and Hyosung GD250N in India

Source – Zauba