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Bajaj V family has two models in the lineup, the Bajaj V15 and Bajaj V12. Bajaj Auto has confirmed that it has sold 234,000 units.
The Bajaj V12 is the second product from the Bajaj V platform. A report on Financial Express confirms that the Bajaj V12 is now available.
The Bajaj V15 is a commuter-centric 150 cc motorcycle. Images shared by Funtasticko.net reveal the Bajaj V15 testing on Malaysian roads. Bajaj Auto is set.
Bajaj Pulsar 220 was recently updated to meet BSIV emission norms. The newest addition to the Bajaj V series – the Bajaj V12 – was just introduced,.
Bajaj V 15 has sold more than 2 lakh units since launch. After the surprise confirmation of the Bajaj V12 at a recent press conference, Bajaj.
Update – A reader sent us another image of the Bajaj V12 parked at the dealership, confirming that dispatches are well underway. An official announcement.
The Bajaj V brand is slowly emerging as a replacement to the Discover family. The recently confirmed Bajaj V12 has been spotted at a dealership.
Bajaj V aims to immortalize the legacy of the INS Vikrant, the hero of the Bangladesh Liberation War. Bajaj Auto has introduced the Bajaj V15.
New commuter motorcycle to be positioned between Discover 125 and V15. Celebrating the spirit of invincibility with the V15, Bajaj Auto shall take a step.
Bajaj to continue with its onslaught in the commuter segment with the V brand A new 125 cc ‘Bajaj V12’ is in the making, reports.
Currently priced at INR 62,132 (ex-showroom Delhi). The Bajaj V which went on sale in March this year has sold over 1.6 lakhs units since..
Currently priced at INR 62,002 (ex-showroom Delhi). The Bajaj V went on sale in March and entered the list of India’s top 10 selling motorcycles.
Production is expected to be increased. Bajaj announced the Bajaj V15 on February 1, 2016, and started delivering the motorcycle from the third week of.
Following is the ownership review of the Bajaj V15 by Indian Autos Blog reader, Mr. Rohit Srivastav. These are his impressions of the motorcycle in.
Two-wheelers launched after April 1, 2016 need to comply with BS-4 regulations. New Delhi’s transport department has lifted the ban prohibiting the registration of new.