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The entire Bajaj motorcycle range is BSIV compliant. Bajaj Auto has silently updated the price of the 2017 Bajaj Discover 125 BSIV edition. The sole.
It reportedly will replace the Discover in the long run. MotorOctane reports that the upcoming commuter brand of Bajaj Auto could be named the Bajaj.
To be a commuter model. NDTV Auto reports that Bajaj Auto has scheduled a product launch on February 1 which could be the first offering.
Could use existing platform and powertrain. The new Bajaj commuter motorcycle that is expected to replace the Discover brand, has been snapped again, by Bikewale..
Could become the new most-affordable cruiser in India. A Bajaj motorcycle with heavy camouflage has been spied on test by BikeWale. It is expected to.
To be more premium than the Discover range. It was earlier reported that Bajaj Auto has plans to introduce a new sub-brand of commuter motorcycles.
Existing two-wheelers get until April 2018 to comply. As one of the surest indications of taking riders’ safety seriously, a draft notification issued by the.
Will be positioned between the Platina and Discover. According to a report on ZigWheels, Bajaj Auto India will introduce a new commuter brand of motorcycles.
Same motorcycles but with different designs. According to a tweet by Auto Life Nepal, HH Bajaj, the authorized distributor of Bajaj Auto in Nepal, has.
The company plans to claw back lost market share. Bajaj Auto recently indicated their plans to launch six new motorcycles in the coming six months with.
Is the largest export market for the company. A report in Economic Times says that Bajaj Auto has increased the price of its products in.
Two launches planned before March 2015. Having opted out of the flourishing automatic scooter segment, Bajaj Auto is finding it tough to retain its podium.
Market currently has one scooter for every four motorcycles. Credit-rating agency ICRA has declared that the current fiscal would see the Indian two-wheeler industry growing.
The industry has been growing for three continuous months. The festive season in India which spans from September to November is usually the best time.
If you own a two-wheeler, there’s good news on the horizon. India’s insurance regulatory body, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority (IRDA), recently approved of.