Mahindra Offering Mojo UT300 on Discount of up to INR 75,000

Mahindra Mojo, brand’s most desirous model. Still, it did not manage to attain the desired response from the customers. Displeased with the motorcycle sales, Mahindra introduced Mojo in a new variant, the Mojo UT300 bike last year. A more accessible trim over the standard variant. However, the move did not turn into the manufacturer’s favor and no improvement witnessed in the sales of Mojo. Due to this, Mahindra is offering a discount benefit of up to INR 75,000, as per the Financial Express reports.

FYI, all the Mahindra two-wheeler dealerships across India are conveying the same discount scheme on Mojo UT300 bike manufactured in 2018. Before it’s too late, rush to the nearest Mahindra showroom and grab the offer as it is valid till March 31, which means only four days to go. Customers, as well as employees, will be availed with a discount offer on the Mojo UT300. There is a flat discount of INR 40,000 for each and everyone while those who are willing to exchange will get an increased allowance of INR 60,000. On the other hand, Mahindra Employees will be the most fortunate with a flat discount of INR 75,000. They will be able to purchase a brand new UT300 of worth INR 1.5 lakh at just half the price with the availed discount offer. It’s absolutely a great deal to own a 300cc bike under INR 1 lakh.

Mahindra Mojo UT-300 Head Light

Powering for the Mojo UT300 comes from a 294.72cc liquid cooled engine. The engine that comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox and adequate to develop 23.11 PS of power along with 25.2Nm of peak torque.

Mojo may have proved as a failure for Mahindra, nonetheless, the brand appears to have tasted success in the two-wheeler department with the Classic Legends. A subsidiary that resurrected Jawa Motorcycles in India with the launch of Jawa, Jawa Forty-Two and Jawa Perak bike last year. Both the Jawa and Jawa 42 motorcycle which was available for pre-bookings witnessed a great response. This, in turns, the automaker has to stop bookings till September 2019. After a long wait, Jawa seems to commence deliveries for the twins from this week.

With continues falling sales and increasing competition in the segment, hints Mojo’s future is in the dark. November 2018, the month when Jawa launch was announced, Mahindra sold only 5 units of Mojo in India. With massive discount being offered, the company is pondering to clear model’s outstanding stock. There are chances that Mahindra could pull the plug off the Mojo in the near future.