New Bajaj V (Vikrant) bike launched in India at Rs. 61,000
New Bajaj V (Vikrant) bike launched in India at Rs. 61,000New Bajaj V (Vikrant) bike launched in India at Rs. 61,000*. Bajaj Auto has dependably been at the front line of presenting section busters in the Indian bike market. So it shocks no one that its freshest 150cc outline, Bajaj V15, is an endeavor at crossing over any barrier between the 125cc premium bikes and 150cc official cruiser portion. In any case, it would be dissimilar to Bajaj if this was the end of the story - the cruiser pays reverence to India's first plane carrying warship INS Vikrant in a one of a kind way. Bajaj V15 comes in the 2 colors of shade which are Ebony Black and Pearl White.
Bajaj has given the new Bajaj V15 an absolutely new plan for the section it would be matching sooner rather than later. Characterizing the outline of the bike is somewhat troublesome undertaking as it would look another thing at whatever point you see it from a different angle. Beginning from its front perspective, it looks more like a suburbanite cruiser with premium design, good looking and finish. The headlamp is really the most disputable part as it could have been a round headlamp like Bajaj avenger, remembering the times when Boxer used to run the Indian boulevards.
Bajaj V Specification | Transmission | Mileage
Bajaj V (Vikrant) 2016 engine powered by the 149.5 cc, Single cylinder, 4 stroke, SOHC 2 valve, Air cooled, DTS-I and its engine churn out the maximum power of 11.83 BHP @ 7500 rpm and maximum torque of 13 NM @ 5500 rpm with 109 kmph of top speed. V15 engine mated with the 5 speed gearbox transmission. This Bajaj V15 gives the great mileage of 75 kmpl.
Bajaj V Features
The Key features of Bajaj V (Vikrant) are classic LED tail Lamp, premium instrument panel, premium seat, Pumped up fuel tank, imposing front fascia, fat tyres, 33 diameter big front forks, large disc brake, ergonomic handlebar, bold sporty graphics and removable rear seat cowl.
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