Mojo Follows Dominar’s Strategy – One Price Across India

Single Mojo 300 price will be applicable across all the cities of India according to the latest update at its official website…

When Bajaj launched Dominar 400 in India, it had different prices based on the cities it was sold in, as the trend generally is. However, some months later, Bajaj adopted ‘One Price’ policy which meant that the motorcycle in all the cities of India was retailed at the same ex-showroom price. Currently, its 174,125 ex-showroom tag is applicable across all the states of India.

Rival Mahindra seems to be following the same approach now with its sole motorcycle Mojo. The company has updated the prices of the new 2019 Mojo ABS at its website; this confirms the price tag which was revealed earlier along with the fact that there will only be a single variant now.

Mojo 300 Price

So, Mojo 300 ABS will be sold at an ex-showroom price of Rs 188,800 in all the cities of India – be it Agra, Calicut or Delhi, Mumbai. The on-road prices will vary based on the quantum of road tax and other duties a state levies on motorcycles of this capacity. However, the website doesn’t list the complete details of the 2019 upgrade yet!

Mojo 300 Price
The older Mojo with USDs

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Few days back we have leaked the spec sheet of the new Mojo and it comes with the same 294.72 cc single cylinder, liquid cooled engine which now pumps out 26.29 PS and 28 Nm. There are a few feature omissions as well which include a single exhaust, USDs, thinner rear tyre, missing LED DRLs etc but it gains the all important dual-channel ABS and a new braking system from Bybre.

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The motorcycle will start reaching dealerships soon and eventual sales are expected to commence in the coming few weeks. In terms of specs and price, Dominar 400 kills the Mojo but there is a special following for the naked tourer from Mahindra and with a renewed attempt in the market it will be interesting to see how bikers react to the model…