Mahindra Two-Wheelers have been working a more affordable version of the Mojo in India. Recently, a low cost Mahindra Mojo variant was spied testing on the Mumbai-Bengaluru highway between the Kolhapur-Belgaum stretch. The low-cost Mojo comes equipped with stripped down hardware in order to price it competitively against the competition. That said, there is no word on the launch date or the expected price of the bike in India.
Mahindra Mojo test unit is equipped with conventional telescopic front forks instead of the upside-down (USD) forks upfront. Other changes include a single exhaust canister in place of the twin exhausts on the current bike, while the headlight assembly gets a steel/metal mesh protector. The test mule also gets touring accessories like pannier mounts and a rear parcel shelf. That said, it is not sure if this setup will be standard or will be available as an optional extra. The lo cost version will come shod with MRF tyres and will get conventional headlamp assembly to keep costs low. The bike will reportedly get a carburettor in place of the FI unit.
Article Source : India.com