Mahindra Mojo 300 has been spied testing again in the country.
The Mojo 300, which has given a long wait to the two wheeler enthusiasts in India after its first appearance at the 2010 Auto Expo, has now become a common sight seeing in the country. Now the latest spy shots of Mojo 300 test mule which was seen on test have been posted by the Rushlane. It is expected to reach the market around this festive season. The repeated sighting is a good sign of this.
Under the hood, the Mahindra's new offering is expected to carry 300 cc liquid cooled, 4-stroke single-cylinder engine, which can churn out a power of 27 bhp at 8000 rpm and a peak torque 25 Nm at 6500 rpm, and is likely to come coupled to a six-speed transmission. The stopping power of the bike will be provided by the disc brakes seen on both front and rear wheels. Mojo 300 is expected to get Pirelli Sport Demon tyres mounted on Y-spoke black alloy wheels.
As we can see in the new picture, the Mojo 300 would come with LED daytime running lights and a new fuel tank. The highlight of the motorcycle would be its USD (Up Side Down) forks and twin mufflers and other features expected include mudguard and LED tail-light.
In India, the bike will be pitted against Bajaj Pulsar CS, Pulsar SS, Kawasaki Ninja 300R, Honda CBR 250R/300R and KTM Duke 390 and is likely to carry a price tag around ₹2 lakh.
Besides Mojo 300, the company's upcoming 110 cc scooter is also making its way onto the web through spy pics. Mahindra's 110 cc scooter, codenamed G101, is likely to flaunt a unisex design, which is similar to Honda Activa and Jupiter Sport, and is expected to get MRF Nylogrip tyres and telescopic front forks.
Under the hood, the scooter is likely to pack a single-cylinder air cooled four-stroke 106.7 cc engine, which can pump in a power of 8.5 PS and peak torque of 8.5 Nm.
The upcoming launches are expected to increase the reach of the company in the country. Mahindra Two-Wheelers in May reported a 131 percent growth in domestic sales at 15,878 units. The company had sold 6,858 units in the corresponding month last year.