Bajaj Bikes in India
Bajaj bikes are synonymous with quality and reliability. At one point in time, Bajaj was the leading producer of two-wheelers (scooters) in India. On entering the motorcycle manufacturing field, they have reasserted their position and have the distinction of being the second largest motorcycle manufacturing company in India and the sixth largest in the world. There are nine Bajaj bikes available in India. The Bajaj bike price range starts with INR 30,713 for Bajaj CT 100 and goes up to INR 1.62 lakhs for the high-end Bajaj Dominar 400. A couple of Bajaj new bikes are expected to hit the Indian roads soon.
The primary reason for the continued popularity of all Bajaj bikes is that the company is always looking out for upgrades and technological advancements. These aspects make the Bajaj bikes highly reliable in the market and justify Bajaj’s position at the top of the table.
Bajaj Bikes Price List in India
Upcoming Bajaj Bikes
- Bajaj Pulsar 150 NSExpected Launch: Not availableNot available Expected Price
- Bajaj Pulsar 180 NSExpected Launch: Jan 202070,000 – 90,000 Expected Price
- Bajaj Avenger 400Expected Launch: Jan 2020 – Feb 20202.00 – 2.50 Lakhs Expected Price
- Bajaj Pulsar RS400Expected Launch: Mar 20201.80 – 2.00 Lakhs Expected Price
- Bajaj Chetak ElectricExpected Launch: Jan 2020100,000 – 1.20 Lakhs Expected Price
About Bajaj Auto - The History
Bajaj has always been a reputed manufacturer of scooters and three-wheelers in India. The Bajaj Chetak scooter was an iconic one. It was a status symbol in its halcyon days with almost every house having a Bajaj scooter standing in its porch. Established on 29 November, 1945, Bajaj was initially selling imported scooters and three-wheelers in India. They started manufacturing these vehicles in the year 1959 when they acquired the license to do so.
Initially, Bajaj Auto was slow to take off the blocks as it took them 10 years to roll out their 100,000th vehicle on the Indian roads. The year 1977 was a remarkable year for Bajaj Auto as it marked the first time that they sold 1 lakh vehicles in a single year. Bajaj vehicles and reliability were considered as two sides of the same coin. This quality enabled Bajaj to increase its sales with every passing year.
Bajaj set a new benchmark for success in 1986 as they sold 5 lakh vehicles that year. They raised the bar higher in the year 1995 with the sales of a million vehicles in the year alone. The same year saw Bajaj Auto rolling out its 10 millionth (1 Crore) vehicle. The year 1986 was the time when Bajaj entered the motorcycle manufacturing field. The first Bajaj motorcycle released in India was the Kawasaki Bajaj 2S, a collaboration between Bajaj Auto and Kawasaki of Japan. This partnership ended in 2017 with the deepening of toes between Bajaj and KTM. Bajaj Auto was the first Indian manufacturer to release the 4-stroke bike in India, the Kawasaki Bajaj 4S.
Today, Bajaj Auto manufactures a range of motorcycles that includes Bajaj Avenger, Bajaj Pulsar, Bajaj Discover and so on. This company has been the recipient of various prizes and awards over the years. The Bajaj Avenger 220 and the Bajaj Pulsar won the BBC-Top Gear’s Bike of the Year in 2010. Other than these, Bajaj Auto has earned the distinction of the “Most Customer Responsive Company” in the Automobiles category in the years 2004, 2006 and 2008.
Today, Bajaj holds the distinction of being one of the largest manufacturers of three-wheelers in the world. As far as motorcycles are concerned, it holds the sixth position worldwide and the second position in India. Bajaj Auto has its headquarters in Pune with its various plants situated in Chakan (Pune), Waluj (Aurangabad) and Pantnagar, Uttarakhand.
Initially known as a scooter manufacturer, Bajaj Auto has graduated to become a leading motorcycle manufacturer in India. Once, it used to import scooters from abroad and sell them in India. Today, it has become one of the prominent exporters of two-wheelers in the world. About 35% of its sales comprise exports, with Africa being the biggest beneficiary with 47% of its exports.
Bajaj Bikes Photos
The Bajaj latest bikes come in various colours with the Bajaj V and the Bajaj Pulsar 160NS standing out for their sleek appearance. A look at the Bajaj bike photos will confirm that they can still make heads turn. We shall also look at the Bajaj bike models new images as well.
Bajaj Bikes - Frequently Asked Questions
What is the price of Bajaj bikes in India?
The Bajaj bike price in India ranges from INR 30,713 for the Bajaj CT 100 to INR 1.62 lakhs for the Bajaj Dominar 400. Only three bikes, namely the Bajaj Pulsar NS200, Bajaj Pulsar and the Bajaj Dominar 400 cost more than INR 1 lakh.
Which Bajaj bike is the best regarding mileage?
The Bajaj Platina Comfortec gives a mileage of 96.9 kmpl. It delivers the best mileage among all the other brands of bikes in the country in this segment.
Does Bajaj manufacture scooters today?
At one point in time, Bajaj was manufacturing scooters alone. The Bajaj scooters used to be the best in the country. However, Bajaj has discontinued manufacturing scooters now and is concentrating on motorcycles.
Is Bajaj contemplating any launch of electric scooters in India?
Yes, Bajaj has plans to launch electric scooters in India very soon. They have even thought out a name for it. There are no prizes for guessing that Bajaj Chetak Electric is the name!
Is there any Bajaj scooty available especially for ladies?
No, there is no Bajaj scooty especially available for ladies. However, the electric scooter would be light enough for ladies to manoeuvre on the Indian roads after its launch.
Which is the most popular Bajaj bike in India today?
The Bajaj Pulsar is the highest selling Bajaj bike in India today. It is available in seven versions with engine capacities ranging from 150cc to 220cc.
What is unique about Bajaj Dominar 400?
Bajaj Dominar 400 is the only Bajaj 400cc bike in India. Secondly, it is also the most expensive of Bajaj bikes with a price tag of INR 1.62 lakhs.
What is the relation between Bajaj Auto and KTM?
Bajaj Auto and KTM have entered into collaboration since 2007. KTM AG is an Austrian motorcycle and sports car manufacturer.
Does Bajaj Auto export motorcycles?
Yes, Bajaj Auto exports motorcycles. About 35% of its total sales comprise exports, with Africa being the most favoured nation for Bajaj.
What is the USP of Bajaj motorcycles?
The most salient feature and USP of Bajaj motorcycles is their reliability. Bajaj Auto places great emphasis on upgrading technology and tweaking its models regularly.
How many total Bajaj bikes are available in the market today?
Bajaj has the penchant for upgrading its technology regularly. As a result, it has discontinued many Bajaj two wheelers over the years such as Kawasaki Bajaj 4S, Bajaj Boxer, Bajaj Chetak and so on. So, today, you can find nine Bajaj motorcycle models on the roads.
Latest Bajaj Updates
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