The Bajaj Boxer range is no longer retailed in India.
A BikeAdvice reader has clicked pictures of the Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross. The motorcycle was spotted uncamouflaged on the Mumbai-Pune highway near Lonavala.
At the heart of the Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross is a 144.8 cc air cooled mill which is capable of producing 12 PS of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 12.26 Nm of peak torque at 4,500 rpm. Unlike the standard Boxer, the Boxer X150 Cross gets black alloy wheels, raised front mudguard, rear carrier and on-off road tyres.
The test unit also sports different graphics, and it appears that Bajaj is testing the motorcycle for the export market and not India. The Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross is suspended over standard telescopic forks up front and spring in spring (SNS) suspension in the rear. SNS uses two co-axial springs mounted over a shock absorber.
Brakes include drum setup all around and get an 11-litre fuel tank. The Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross is available with an electric as well as a kick start.
Bajaj has recently pulled the plug from the Bajaj Pulsar AS150 in India which was an adventure oriented motorcycle retailed in the country.