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Bajaj to launch a new motorcycle on February 1st

Bajaj to launch a new motorcycle on February 1st

Snapshot: The new motorcycle brand will fall between the Discover 150F and the Pulsar AS150.

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The Pune based motorcycle maker is all set to unveil its all new brand in the commuter segment motorcycles on 1st of February. The firm has been very cautious regarding the privacy on the new bike and till date there are no clear pictures available yet. But according to this spied we speculate the new bike to be completely different from the current 150cc offerings by Bajaj Auto.

Though when looking from this angle, the headlight assembly does reminds of the old 150cc Pulsars but nothing solid can be said as of now. The seats looks wide and comfortable and it has been equipped with conventional suspension setup instead of a monoshock assembly. The exhaust assembly looks interesting and tail light is not visible from the picture so we’ll have to wait for 1st of February to get a clear view on the new 150cc motorcycle from the Pune based firm. Stay tuned to BikePortal as we bring you more updates on the same and don’t forget to type in your views in the comment section below.

Source- BikeWale.com

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