We managed to catch a glimpse of what we suspect is the 2019 Bajaj Pulsar 150. [Read more…]
Bajaj Auto Ltd.
Bajaj Auto Ltd. are one of the biggest vehicle makers of India, based in Pune. Their motorcycles are not just popular in India but are also sought after in various international markets like Africa and South America. Bajaj are known for their vast range of motorcycles including the commuter Discover and Platina series; the more stylish V which used metal from INS Vikrant; cruiser Avenger series, the iconic Pulsarrange and the largest capacity Bajaj motorcycle yet - the Dominar 400.
Currently, the company produces its vehicles from Chakan and Waluj in Maharashtra, and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand. The company's head office and R&D centre is based in Akurdi, Pune which was earlier their manufacturing plant.
The Indian major is diversifying and inventing and collaborating with a number of International players. Few years ago, Bajaj acquired 47.96 per cent stake in Austrian two-wheeler maker KTM and has also introduced the performance motorcycle brand in India. More recently, the company has joined hands with Triumph Motorcycles to focus on the fast growing 250-cc to 700-cc premium motorcycle segment.
Pune-based two-wheeler major, Bajaj Auto, have introduced the 2019 version of their popular 150-cc motorcycle, which they now call the Pulsar 150 Neon. The 2019 version is being offered in black paint only, along with three neon body graphic options. [Read more…]
2018 has been a wild ride thus far, well, at least for motorcycle enthusiasts. [Read more…]
The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDA) has made it mandatory to have a five-year third party insurance for motorcycles, from 1 September. [Read more…]
Bajaj Auto has flagged off the Dominar Polar Odyssey, an epic journey from Tuktoyaktuk in the Arctic circle to Ushuaia at the tip of the South American continent and the closest point to Antartica. [Read more…]
In December 2017, Bajaj Auto kicked off the Pulsar one crore sales milestone celebration by introducing the Black Pack Pulsar edition and now the company has posted an exciting new video.
In addition to building several KTM models for export to international markets, Bajaj Auto’s factory at Chakan, near Pune, will soon start assembly of the Husqvarna-badged Vitpilen 401 and Svartpilen 401 motorcycles. [Read more…]
India’s fourth largest motorcycle manufacturer, Bajaj Auto, have decided to focus on the “everyday, commuter and commuter deluxe” segment for the Indian market.
With the launch of the BMW G 310 GS in India imminent, KTM have finally confirmed that they will indeed release their own light-weight adventure tourer, the much awaited KTM 390 Adventure. [Read more…]
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic is a stripped-down variant, launched at Rs 67,437 (ex-showroom, Mumbai), which undercuts the Honda Unicorn 150 by about Rs 3,000. [Read more…]