Spy Pics: New Cheaper Variant Of Mahindra Mojo Spotted Testing

By Sukesh

We already know that Mahindra has been working on the new cheaper variant of its flagship offering, the Mojo. Now, Rushlane has spotted the lower-spec motorcycle without any camouflage.

The new affordable version of the Mojo looks like a production model and it misses out on several premium features found on the regular Mojo.

Spy Pics: New Cheaper Variant Of Mahindra Mojo Spotted Testing

The new variant of the Mojo features single exhaust pipe as opposed to the dual exhaust on the regular model. The other changes include, conventional telescopic front forks, thinner rear tyre and blacked out swingarm.

Spy Pics: New Cheaper Variant Of Mahindra Mojo Spotted Testing

The spy images also reveal that the new variant of the Mojo misses out on fuel injection system, a silver carburettor can be seen on the spotted model. MRF sourced tyres could replace the Pirelli tyres.

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    Spy Pics: New Cheaper Variant Of Mahindra Mojo Spotted Testing

    It is still unclear whether the engine is detuned to reduce the price of the new variant of the Mojo. But with the carburettor system, we can expect a slight reduction in power and torque figures. The radially mounted front disc brake caliper could be replaced by a regular caliper to cut down the cost.

    Spy Pics: New Cheaper Variant Of Mahindra Mojo Spotted Testing

    The currently sold Mahindra Mojo draws power from a 295cc single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected engine producing 26.8bhp and 30Nm of torque. The engine is coupled to a 6-speed gearbox.

    Spy Pics: New Cheaper Variant Of Mahindra Mojo Spotted Testing

    DriveSpark Thinks!

    The Mahindra Mojo is priced at Rs 1.72 lakh ex-showroom (Delhi) and the new affordable variant of the motorcycle could carry a price tag of around Rs 1.3 lakh to Rs 1.4 lakh. Mahindra is expected to showcase the new Mojo at the 2018 Auto Expo. The lower-spec Mojo will appeal to a broader audience in the Indian market.

    Story first published: Thursday, October 12, 2017, 11:51 [IST]
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