Mahindra Mojo UT300 touring motorcycle
While the UT300 keeps the styling of their normal Mojo (currently referred to as the XT300), the UT loses out much concerning gear so as to make it even more affordable. The Mahindra Mojo UT300 is going to be marketed next to the XT300 and can be obtained with yet another introductory advantage of Rs 10,000 until the end of March that should bring the cost down to Rs 1.39 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The model of the stripped-down Mojo was seen testing near 1.5 decades back, revealing almost all about the bicycle. Powering the UT300 is exactly the exact same 292cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. This time around, however, it utilizes a carburettor rather than a gas injector, which is very likely to suggest a little dip in performance amounts; therefore, the fuel-injected XT300 makes 27hp and 30Nm of torque. Another large mechanical shift on the bike is that the front fork rather than premium USD unit found on the normal Mojo.
The UT300 also loses to the Mojo’s renowned twin exhausts to get a single-sided installation; the bicycle should most likely be lighter, because of this. Mahindra has also changed in the Pirelli Diablo Rosso II into MRF tyres with this particular bike, which does not come as a surprise, considering all of the cost-cutting. Other obvious changes are the overlooking LED DRLs, which sit over the twin-pod headlights from the typical bike, along with the deficiency of gold-coloured accents.
The motorcycle had attained dealerships in southern regions of India within a month past; traders were also accepting booking back in January 2018.