The Bajaj Pulsar 125 was launched in August 2019 priced at Rs 63,000 (ex-showroom) making it the most affordable motorcycle in the Pulsar range.
Bajaj Auto have introduced the Bajaj Urbanite brand of electric vehicles in India with the Chetak electric scooter.
Triumph India General Manager, Shoeb Farooq reveals more details about the upcoming models from the Bajaj-Triumph alliance. They plan on targeting the market of the famous thumper in the 350-cc to 600-cc category. [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…]
Those of you who were complaining and have been demanding answers for why Bajaj Auto did not equip the 2017 Pulsar NS200 with ABS when it was relaunched earlier this year, this is for you. [Read more…]
Bajaj’s most affordable motorcycle just got a host of upgrades and the best part is that they are not entirely cosmetic.
India’s largest two wheeler exporters, Bajaj Auto are said to be closing in on a new alliance but it is still not clear if they are joining forces with Ducati.