Bajaj V features and specifications – IAB Report
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Offered in two colours – Ebony Black and Pearl White.
Bajaj Auto unveiled the Bajaj V commuter bike, which uses metal from INS Vikrant, the first aircraft carrier of the Indian Navy that was decommissioned, dismantled and auctioned off in 2014. The motorcycle is positioned between the Bajaj Discover 150 and the Pulsar 150.
The company has not revealed the price of the Bajaj V, but said that it will be priced between INR 60,000 and INR 70,000 (ex-showroom). Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director of Bajaj Auto, said that the Bajaj V is more likely to be priced closer to INR 60,000 than INR 70,000. He added that the exact price of the model will be announced when the delivery commences in March.
The Bajaj V features a 60 W halogen headlamp, LED taillamp, analog-digital instrument cluster with colour changing LED indications (including fuel gauge), wide handlebar, INS Vikrant emblem etched on fuel tank, premium textured seat, stubby exhaust canister, 10-spoke cast aluminium alloy wheels, wide profile tyres, disc brake upfront, drum brake at the rear, 33 mm diameter telescopic fork with a dust cover, twin shock absorber on swingarm, and a plastic cowl on the pillion seat which can be removed using an allen key that is integrated into the bike’s key.