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Bajaj Pulsar NS 160

Bajaj Pulsar NS 160

This baby Pulsar takes on the sporty DNA of its elder sibling.

In the past fifteen years, the ‘Pulsar’ nameplate has become one of the most versatile brands in the field of motorcycles. The name has spawned a variety of bikes, ranging from 135cc to 200cc naked streetfighters, a 220cc semi-faired sports tourer and recently, a 200cc fully faired supersport motorcycle. Talking about the current range, it was the Pulsar NS 200 which turned out to be the model which opened up doors for an all new generation platform, engineering and design philosophy. It was this bike that came with new underpinnings rather than being based on the first generation Pulsar 150, upon which all the other Pulsar models were built before its arrival.

In 2017, that bike made a grand comeback and put Bajaj on the streetfighter map again. Calling it as the ’Pulsar 200 NS 2017 Laser Edged edition’, Bajaj is set to take the performance biking to a whole new level. Now, there is another sibling for the NS200 and it is heading our way very soon. The Pulsar NS 160 rumbles on. The model has already gone on sale in some of the international markets, with an Indian launch scheduled next month. Here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Pulsar NS 160:-

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS 150

2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS 150

The pocket streetfighter rises on the horizon.

In the past fifteen years, the ‘Pulsar’ nameplate has become one of the most versatile brands in the field of motorcycles. The name has spawned a variety of bikes, ranging from 135cc to 200cc naked streetfighters, a 220cc semi-faired sports tourer and recently, a 200cc fully faired supersport motorcycle. Talking about the current range, it was the Pulsar NS 200 which turned out to be the model which opened up doors for an all new generation platform, engineering and design philosophy. It was this bike that came with new underpinnings rather than being based on the first generation Pulsar 150, upon which all the other Pulsar models were built before its arrival.

After the arrival of the Pulsar NS 200 on the block, Bajaj came up with few more all new generation offerings, which included Pulsar RS 200, Pulsar AS 200 and Pulsar AS 150. Now, to make its range even more elaborated, Bajaj has added one more version of the Pulsar in the form of Pulsar NS 150. Now, the Pulsar NS 150 is to Pulsar AS 150, what the Pulsar NS 200 is to Pulsar AS 200, and by that we mean to say, that it is, more or less, a naked version of the already existing Pulsar NS 150, which is already selling in good numbers for Bajaj in India. The model has already gone on sale in some of the international markets, with an Indian launch scheduled this year. Here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Pulsar NS 150:-

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS 200

2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS 200

Your chance to get your ’stealth-mode’ on.

In 2015, Bajaj Auto launched the first of a new-generation design philosophy in the form of the NS 200, acronym for ’naked sport’. A streetfighter that was later discontinued for not being able to be compliant to the emission norms for some, gearbox issues for others and few say for braking judders. Whatever they were, Bajaj took it off the shelves.

The bike is making a grand comeback in 2017, and we couldn’t have been more excited with Bajaj’s attempt to get back in the streetfighter segment, giving the competition a run for their money. The new edition will see an engine that is BS IV compliant and carries a bunch of cosmetic changes and a couple of mechanical upgrades.

Bajaj calls it the Pulsar 200 NS 2017 Laser Edged edition, and it is all set to take performance biking to a new state of adrenaline. Bajaj termed it as “an adrenaline pumping beast” and we are here to find out why.

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2017 Bajaj V12

2017 Bajaj V12

A new 125 cc commuter from Bajaj with all the ingredients for success

Bajaj definitely made many Indian bikers happy when they actually launched the V15 commuter in India. This was positioned below the Pulsar range of motorcycles and offered plenty of exciting new features not to mention its one of a kind styling was well appreciated too by many as well.

Quite honestly Bajaj was actually looking for a replacement for their commuter brand Discover which has been here for a long time and quite honestly their sales figures were going Southward due to increasing competition. Bajaj’s new strategy seemed to have worked in their favour because their newest 150 cc commuter surely became a hit in the Indian market. The newly launched 150 cc motorcycle had all the hit recipes like fuel efficient engine, cafe racer type styling, comfortable seats and that powerful 60 watt headlamp at the front.

Now Bajaj wants to expand the ‘V’ brand and while the rumours of a smaller 125 cc motorcycle was going rounds on the internet it seems like the motorcycle finally broke its cover when it was spotted recently at a dealership. The new motorcycle joins Bajaj’s ‘V’ range of motorcycles which currently consists of only one motorcycle. The smaller V12 is more affordable compared to the slightly premium V15 and thus will be in reach of many average Indian bike buyers who wants a .

Update 04.01.2017:-Bajaj launched the V12 in India, the new 125 cc motorcycle which has been positioned below the V15. The details and prices has been updated in this review

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS

2017 Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS

The same old motorcycle with added features

Recently we have reported that Bajaj Auto will be re launching their 200 cc streetfighter the Pulsar NS in January 2017. Gaadiwaadi was able to get some exclusive images from the local dealership meet where the updated Pulsar 200 NS for the model year 2017 was showcased.

There were rumours that Bajaj has actually axed their popular naked streetfighter which was launched back in the year 2012 in the year 2016 to make way for the slightly better equipped Pulsar AS200. However that is not the case Bajaj surely did cut the supply of the NS200 but they once again will be relaunching the motorcycle and this time this is definitely better equipped and also gets plenty of styling updates as well.

Now this is definitely a good time to relaunch the naked streetfighter as it can directly take on its biggest rival the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V which has definitely swiped away all the awards and became a hot favourite amongst the Indian biking enthusiast. Now that we know that the updated 2017 Pulsar 200 NS will be launching here in the Indian market next month eher are all the details available at this moment about the new naked streetfighter.

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar 180

2017 Bajaj Pulsar 180

The updated Pulsar gets imporved brakes and some cosmetic updates

As we all know, it was Bajaj Auto which recreated the performance oriented motorcycling scenario in India back in 2001 with the launch of two Pulsars, the Pulsar 150 and the Pulsar 180, with the numerical suffixes of theirs depicting the cubic capacity of the engines of the respective motorcycles. While both the versions of the motorcycle were launched with the intention of laying down the foundation of performance motorcycling in India, the character of both the motorcycles were quite different. The Pulsar 150 was on the perfect balance of performance and fuel economy, whereas the Pulsar 180 was the motorcycle to bring out the delirious side of the rider.

With a bigger engine on the board over the Pulsar 150, the Pulsar 180 clearly became the new favorite of motorcycling enthusiasts, as there was nothing in the market at that time which could overpass the Pulsar 180 in terms of displacement and performance. Over the years, the Pulsar 180 has been given a series of cosmetic and mechanical advancements, in parallel to the Pulsar 150. However, with the advent of more and more refined and powerful motorcycles in the space of 150-250cc category, the Pulsar 180 soon began to show its age and began to feel a bit dated and underpowered in front of its contemporary competition

For the year 2017, Bajaj has given a mild update to the Pulsar 180 in order to bring this once-a-game-changer back into the game of competition. The new Pulsar 180 now sports a few minute cosmetic and mechanical changes as well as a couple of equipment additions, which have made the motorcycle look a bit more premium than before, if not drastically. Here’s a brief review of the latest version of the Bajaj Pulsar 180:-

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS

2017 Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS

The baby Pulsar too joins the updated Bajaj Motorcycle lineup

As odd it may sound, the segment of 135cc motorcycles has always been one unique category of motorcycles which may have seen a very limited number of motorcycles belonging to it, but then, each and every motorcycle which has existed in this space has gone unnoticed for most of the times, despite of the sheer value they command. It all started with the Hero Honda Ambition, which was soon followed up by Bajaj Auto, which launched a couple of motorcycles with this engine configuration, one of which is the Pulsar 135 LS.

Currently existing as the only 135cc motorcycle in the Indian two wheeler market, the Pulsar 135 LS makes a strong case for itself by being the most affordable motorcycle which sports the Pulsar moniker. When it was launched way back almost half a decade ago, it screamed a lot of value for offering edgy styling and premium features at a price of a premium 125cc motorcycle. After existing in the market in an almost unchanged manner, the Pulsar 135 LS has recently received its first proper facelift, bringing it back in the game of sports oriented commuters. Here’s our comprehensive review of the all new Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS:-

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2017 Bajaj Dominar 400

2017 Bajaj Dominar 400

The most powerful, well equipped and fastest motorcycle from Bajaj is here

Bajaj did not participated at the 2016 Auto expo but they did leave quite a huge impact at the 2014 Auto expo where they showcased two of their latest concept motorcycles, the SS400 and CS400. Bajaj already launched the smaller variant of the SS400 popularly known as the RS200 which is powered by a 199.5 cc, single cylinder liquid cooled engine. The RS200 attracted lot of attention and even managed to sweep almost all the awards last year. Now that Bajaj have already launched the RS200 it was time for them to plan something big in order to enter and dominate a new segment.

Besides the SS400 the other concept which was showcased at the 2014 Auto show was called the CS400. Compared to the SS400 the CS400 definitely looked more like cruiser and it was powered by a 400 cc power mill.

But keep all that aside and imagine Bajaj Auto launching a 400 cc motorcycle in India. What does that actually mean? The motorcycle was supposed to be priced aggressively which will make it accessible for many motorcycle enthusiasts who wants to own a powerful motorcycle, it definitely is feature loaded which includes powerful headlamps, more informative digital instrument cluster and above all an ABS system for the safety of the rider.

The production test mule of the CS400 concept was spotted several times on Indian roads which indicate that the motorcycle has received all its inputs in India keeping the Indian road conditions in mind. Now that its launched in the Indian market and like we expected has been priced quite aggressively we have provided all the details of the motorcycle in this overview article

Update 15.12.2016:- Watch The Live Streaming Of The Bajaj Dominar400 here.

Update 15.12.2016:- Bajaj has released a new official teaser video of the Dominar 400

Update 15.12.2016:- Bajaj Auto has launched the Dominar 400 in India with starting prices of INR. 1, 36, 000 (ex showroom, Delhi) for the non ABS variant while the prices of the ABS equipped variant has been updated in this article.

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150

2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150

The updated motorcycle has received few cosmetic but no BSIV engine update yet

Our home grown two wheeler manufacturers Bajaj Auto is perhaps the busiest auto manufacturer this month. They not only are launching the much anticipated Dominar 400 Cruiser which is their flagship offering for the Indian market but at the same time are also updating their current Pulsar range as well. They already introduced the 2017 semi faired Pulsar 220F in India which gets few cosmetic updates and a BSIV engine upgrade. Now they also launched the updated Pulsar 135, 150 and the 180 as well. While reports also states that Bajaj will also update the AS200 variant with the BSIV compliant engine just like the Pulsar 220F and the Avenger range.

Unfortunately Bajaj has decided not to make too many changes to the overall motorcycle and surprisingly the Pulsar 150 hasn’t actually received the BSIV engine upgrade as well so the motorcycle still carried forward the old powertrain.

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220F

2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220F

The renowned Pulsar 220F recieves some new notable updates

The brand Pulsar introduced by our own homemade two wheeler manufacturer Bajaj truly gave something to Indians to actually be proud of. The Pulsar brand was introduced in the Indian market in 2001 and since then this has been one of the popular choices for the people and especially youngsters. After launching the Pulsar brand Bajaj introduced the Pulsar 220 which was equipped with plenty of modern features and also was powered by their then most powerful engine. To begin with, the Pulsar 220 was equipped with projector headlamps which were very first in its segment; the motorcycle also featured rear disc brakes as well and monoshock absorbers. Apart from the rear disc brakes the Pulsar 220 also came with clip on handlebars which too were something new for this segment at that time.

Now as the time progressed there were plenty of new changes made to this particular motorcycle and if we are not too wrong this surely is still counted as one of the most popular Pulsars ever. The Pulsar 220 is popular amongst the crowd for its handling characteristics. The semi faired motorcycle is nimble in the city traffic and stable at high speeds.

Recently Bajaj started updating their existing range of motorcycles besides launching new products. Last year they gave some updates to the Pulsar range and introduced duel tone colour scheme. Now according to the latest report Bajaj will be introducing the updated 2017 Pulsar 220F in the Indian market and recently it was also caught at a dealership.

Update09.12.2016:- Bajaj today launched the updated Pulsar 220F in India. The motorcycle gets more than just cosmetic updates. WE have updated this review accordingly

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2016 Bajaj Platina Comfortec

2016 Bajaj Platina Comfortec

A comfortable motorcycle for the an average joe

While Bajaj was busy reviving the Pulsar and Discover sub-brands, in the process, it almost neglected one of its bread and butter model Platina, which remained almost unchanged for nearly five years. Still, the sales of Platina somewhat managed to remain consistent, which gave its competitors a reason to take a notice of it. However, while focusing on performance oriented segments, Bajaj almost lost the plot in the entry level 100cc commuter segment by mis-experimenting with the Discover platform, discontinuing the decent selling CT 100 and not paying any attention to the Platina sub-brand.

However, since last couple of years, Bajaj has realized its mistake and has started focusing on the segment which earns them the most number of volumes – that of the 100cc motorcycles. Thus, out goes the slow selling 100cc Discover, the CT 100 has been resurrected after ten long years from the ashes and the Platina was given its first major makeover in 2015 in the form of Platina 100 ES. Now, within a year of its launch, the Platina has given a mild refresh in the form of Platina Comfortec.

As the name suggests, the new variant gets some features and changes which have tried to make the motorcycle much more comfortable than the previous generation motorcycle as well as its competitors. How does the new Platina Comfortec fare in the current era of entry level 100cc commuters? Here’s our comprehensive review of the same:-

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2016 Bajaj V15 By Eimor Custom

2016 Bajaj V15 By Eimor Custom

A Motorcycle which helds our heads high gets a complete makeover

Bajaj surely knows how to keep their customers happy by providing them interesting and completely different products. We have seen them launch the new generation Pulsars not so long ago which has been ruling the entry level sporstbike segment of the Country. Not so long ago the same popular two wheeler maker introduced the Bajaj V.

The Bajaj V attracted huge attention because it engraved the metal of INS Vikrant which was one of the greatest warships of India used in some of the most significant battle. What else also attracted the attention is the fact that the Bajaj V which actually has been positioned in between the Discover and the Pulsar series looked nothing like a daily commuter. As a matter of fact this shares lot of resemblance with a cruiser and a café racer because of its unique styling. The low seat height, the extra seat cowl for the pillion seat, the throaty exhaust sound really caught the attention.

We already rode the motorcycle and also provided you our impression of that motorcycle but recently we also came to know that a Hyderabad based custom motorcycle builders has actually customized the Bajaj V and transformed it completely. This thing definitely looks wicked Find out everything about thr customized Bajaj V whose new paint scheme surely will blow your mind.

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2016 Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 Desert Gold Edition

2016 Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 Desert Gold Edition

In the Indian two wheeler market, the segment of cruisers has been one of the most unexplored potentials, as far as the thinking of enthusiasts is concerned. Since the inception of motorcycles in India, there have been very few cruisers which have been tailor-made for the Indian consumers - save for the motorcycles coming out of Royal Enfield, out of which only the Thunderbird has been categorized under true-blue cruisers.

In today’s day and age, though there are a large number of cruisers, especially from Harley Davidson, Triumph, Hyosung and Indian, but all of them are out of reach for most of the price conscious buyers. For them, the Bajaj Avenger is right now one of the very few hopes present in the Indian market.

In 2015, Bajaj did gave a nice and much awaited makeover to its good old Avenger, which definitely has helped to pick up the sales of the motorcycle. To spice up the appeal of the motorcycle even further, Bajaj has now come up with the Desert Gold Edition of the Avenger Cruise 220. The changes are just limited to cosmetic, while the mechanical underpinnings as well as powertrain have been kept intact. Here’s a comprehensive description of the all new Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220 Desert Gold Edition:-

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2015 Bajaj Pulsar AS200 : Driven

2015 Bajaj Pulsar AS200 : Driven

A pocket friendly powerful motorcycle

When Bajaj introduced the NS200, it was an instant hit! I still remember going to the Bajaj showroom several times just to get a glance of that motorcycle. That muscular fuel tank, ‘Autobot’ inspired headlamps, that cheeky looking rear tail portion, nitrox monoshock shock absorbers and not to forget the underbelly exhaust, everything was just perfectly crafted giving it an aggressive character and also justifying Bajaj’s old tag “Definitely Male”. Then it was the technology that it offered. The NS200 was the first budget performance motorcycles to offer a liquid cooled engine, then offcourse! There was the triple spark technology. Everything about this motorcycle was new to the Indian customers back in 2012.

Skip to year 2015, the motorcycle scenario has also changed completely we now have plenty of new offerings from different two wheeler manufacturers. Motorcycle enthusiast now has better options to choose from if they have a flexible budget.

But think deeply! For those who are looking for an entry level performance motorcycle still gets few options in their hand. Let me be honest here, we either have the blue eyed boy of this segment the KTM Duke 200 (which according to me is overpriced but stays on top of the list for its performance and offcourse the ‘Austrian’ tag mark. yes! We were always attracted to ‘videshi’ objects) or the old Karizma ZMR (which looks to me that it has tried to lose several pounds and ended up losing its original identity) and then there is the new entrants the Mahindra Mojo and the Benelli TNT250i.

So what about those people who don’t want to spend 1 and half lakh rupees behind an entry level performance motorcycle? well! We have got our very own two wheeler maker Bajaj as our only savior! Their new breed of Pulsars which evolved from the NS200 including the RS200 and the AS200 definitely leaves their mark here. The real spotsbike styling and charisma, the advanced hardware and the powerful engines and the aggressive pricing is what makes this motorcycles crowd favourite.

We have already talked about the RS200 now it’s time to we talk about the AS200 which is just a semi faired variant of the NS200 or there is something more than that?

Yes! I have answered to all your questions, is it better than the Pulsar 220? Can it be used for touring? What is its top speed? Etc but to get all your answers you need to read this review first.

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2016 Bajaj V15 : Driven

2016 Bajaj V15 : Driven

A commuter which manages to stand out in the crowd

Bajaj launched their newest commuter in India called the’ V’ which perhaps breaks the stereotypes of commuter motorcycles in India. This new offering from Bajaj looks different from the rest of the lot and also carries a premium feel with it. What sets this motorcycle apart from the rest is the fact that each and everytime you swing your leg over the motorcycle you are opening an important chapter of history. The Bajaj V as you all know by now carries the metal from the scrapped INS Vikrant warship which served Indian navy in one of the most prestigious battle between Indian and Pakistan in 1971.

After the first aircraft carrier of India was relieved from its duty it was preserved as a museum ship in Mumbai. Later the museum was closed for safety of the visitors and in January 2014 this aircraft carrier was scrapped for metal. Bajaj brought the scrap metal ship and decided to engrave the same metal onto the fuel tank of their latest commuter motorcycle and thus "the legend is born once again".

After the successful stint with the Pulsar 150, Bajaj needed a new commuter which could win the hearts of the people equally. If we take a closer look the new V15 has been positioned cleverly in between the Discover and the Pulsar range giving a hint that the ’V’ is not exactly your daily commuter like the Discover series neither it wants to become a sporty commuter like the Pulsar series. So there you have it, a completely new 150 cc motorcycle which stands out in the group.

Recently I was able to get my hands on this motorcycle for an entire day so read the whole review to find out whether this new entrant in the 150 cc space has what it takes to make its presence felt in one of the most competitive motorcycle segments of the Country or not.

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2016 Bajaj CT 100B

2016 Bajaj CT 100B

Bajaj Auto had a successful start in the Indian two wheeler market by kickstarting its operations in India with a range of scooters. But soon, the arrival of motorcycles from its rivals like Hero Honda and TVS, as more value for money offerings in comparison to scooters, forced Bajaj Auto to shift its focus gradually towards motorcycles. Starting with the 4S Champion, Boxer, Caliber and Pulsar range of bikes, Bajaj then discontinued all other 100cc offerings in favour of the CT 100.

The CT 100 was one motorcycle which ignited the fuel efficiency war among the motorcycles, as it claimed a rather exaggerated fuel economy of 108 kmpl at that time. The bike instantly became a hit owing to its simplicity and no-nonsense feel, apart from its primary target of delivering excellent fuel efficiency. These traits helped the CT 100 in garnering some good reputation in the Tier-II and Tier-III cities as well as rural areas.

Bajaj did discontinue the CT 100 back in 2006, to make way for the more premium offering, the Platina. However, Bajaj has realized that there is a need for one more entry level commuter offering below Platina to cater to the rural areas and small towns, which is why it relaunched the CT 100 below the current Platina ES. And now, Bajaj has pared down the already basic CT 100 even more, naming it CT 100. Bajaj claims that the CT 100B is now the cheapest motorcycle available in India, which it rightly is. So, let’s have a look at what all changes do CT 100B carries over the CT 100.

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2016 Bajaj V15

2016 Bajaj V15

When it comes to making motorcycles with passion and creativity, there are very few manufacturers who succeed in their intention. One such manufacturer is Bajaj Auto. One of the most renowned brands in the field of two wheelers, Bajaj, in the past, has given a number of successful products which not only changed our vision of seeing two wheelers, but also has managed to be successfully acceptable on the expectations of the consumers and be emotionally attached with them.

Bajaj Auto has once again proved that it doesn’t lack the spirit of making motorcycles with soul and vehemence, with the all new V15. So, what’s special about this all new motorcycle from Bajaj, you ask? Well, this premium commuter motorcycle has contains the invincible metal of the mighty INS Vikrant, the famous warship/aircraft carrier, which was one of heroes of the memorable 1971 Indo-Pak battle.

With the intention of not letting history fade into the oblivion, Bajaj has utilized the remains of INS Vikrant, which was dismantled in 2014, in its all new V15. But there’s a lot more to the V15, which also happens to be the first ever café racer from Bajaj Auto. Here’s our comprehensive take on the all new Bajaj V15.

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2015 Bajaj Avenger Street 220

2015 Bajaj Avenger Street 220

In the Indian two wheeler market, the segment of cruisers has been one of the most unexplored potentials, as far as the thinking of enthusiasts is concerned. Since the inception of motorcycles in India, there have been very few cruisers which have been tailor-made for the Indian consumers - save for the motorcycles coming out of Royal Enfield, out of which only the Thunderbird has been categorized under true-blue cruisers.

In today’s day and age, though there are a large number of cruisers, especially from Harley Davidson, Triumph, Hyosung and Indian, but all of them are out of reach for most of the price conscious buyers. For them, the Bajaj Avenger is right now one of the very few hopes present in the Indian market.

Bajaj has finally rolled out a much awaited update of the Bajaj Avenger in two variants – Street and Cruise. Out of the two, the Street variant appears out to be an all new and never-seen-before avatar of the Avenger, with the contemporary bits of a roadster incorporated into a cruiser. Here’s a comprehensive description of the all new Bajaj Avenger Street 220.

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2015 Bajaj Avenger Street 150

2015 Bajaj Avenger Street 150

The brand Bajaj Avenger has always been highly praised for bringing the charm and big bike feel of the high end cruiser motorcycles at a much affordable price point. The packaging of a 220cc engine and low slung styling definitely gave the Avenger an edge over other motorcycles at a price point at which it is available.

Though for the Indian market, the segment of cruiser motorcycles is still very less tempered with, because of which the consumers are left with a handful of options to choose from. The price band below the Avenger 220, i.e, the 100-150cc range, doesn’t have even a single cruiser which can stand out from the normal sea of commuters. Yes, India had one such motorcycle in the form of Yamaha Enticer, but sadly, it got discontinued sooner than destined.

Bajaj finally has realized the potential of a small cruiser motorcycle, and as a result has come up with the new Avenger Street 150. This new motorcycle promises the big bike feel of the 220cc Avenger at much scaled down package, both in terms of size and price. Here’s a comprehensive review of the all new Bajaj Avenger Street 150.

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2015 Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220

2015 Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220

In the Indian two wheeler market, the segment of cruisers has been one of the most unexplored potentials, as far as the thinking of enthusiasts is concerned. Since the inception of motorcycles in India, there have been very few cruisers which have been tailor-made for the Indian consumers - save for the motorcycles coming out of Royal Enfield, out of which only the Thunderbird has been categorized under true-blue cruisers.

In today’s day and age, though there are a large number of cruisers, especially from Harley Davidson, Triumph, Hyosung and Indian, but all of them are out of reach for most of the price conscious buyers. For them, the Bajaj Avenger is right now one of the very few hopes present in the Indian market.

Bajaj has finally rolled out a much awaited update of the Bajaj Avenger in two variants – Street and Cruise. Out of the two, the Cruise variant is the one which more or less bears a strong sense of familiarity when compared with the previous generation Avenger (the ‘Street’ variant comes with a long list of cosmetic changes). Here’s a comprehensive description of the all new Bajaj Avenger Cruise 220.

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2015 Bajaj Discover 150S

2015 Bajaj Discover 150S

Bajaj has ruled the chunk of 150cc segment for a very long time, thanks to the famous Pulsar 150. But given the increasing threat from other manufacturers in the same segment, the dated Pulsar is beginning to lose its sheen. In order to bring back the sales growth in the same segment, Bajaj came up with the 150cc range of Discover. This shot by Bajaj also included one more aim of defining the brand Discover by giving it one full fledged variant, for those who want the best of both the worlds of performance and fuel efficiency - a world of sports commuting. The 150cc versions of the Discover also came at a point when the sales of other motorcycles of the Discover lineup were dwindling.

Basically, there are two versions of the 150cc Discover – a semi-faired version termed Discover 150F and a naked version named as Discover 150S. Out of these two, the Discover 150S is the more affordable version. The Discover 150S is very different from its other 150cc stable mate, Pulsar 150, in every aspect - styling, engine, suspension, brakes, equipment and price. Positioned below the Pulsar 150, is the Discover 150S capable of electrifying the entry-level 150cc segment? Below is a comprehensive answer to this.

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