Here Is The List of Bajaj Bikes That You Should Buy This Year

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    Bajaj Auto is a behemoth among Indian motorcycle brands. Over the years, this indigenous brand has taken many steps to turn the Indian motorcycle sector upside down. For example, the brand was responsible for making motorcycles desirable by introducing the OG Pulsar back in the day.

    Currently, Bajaj Auto has one of the largest motorcycle line-ups in the Indian market. This post will not discuss all of them. However, information about some flagship and recently launched bikes will be available in the sections below.

    Read on to learn about some Bajaj bikes that one should consider if one wants to buy a bike soon.

    Pulsar N160

    The N160 is the latest addition to the Pulsar stable. The N160 is a street bike that entails an ex-showroom price tag of Rs. 1, 51,892*. Bajaj offers the motorcycle in two trims. One even has the option to choose from 4 different colours. The engine powering the motorcycle is a brand new 164.82 CC, BS6-compliant unit. The motor has a peak power and torque mapping set for 15.68 bhp and 14.65 Nm respectively. The motorcycle has front and rear disc brakes. Furthermore, the brand offers the bike with single-channel ABS as standard fitment. The dry weight of the motorcycle is 154 kg. The fuel tank is massive and can hold 14 litres of fuel.

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    CT 125X

    Bajaj also made a name for itself in the commuter bike sector. Recently, the brand introduced a decked-out commuter motorcycle for its CT range. The bike is christened the CT 125X. It is offered with a competitive price tag of Rs. 87,796* for the base trim. The decked-out trim costs Rs. 91,345* (ex-showroom). The bike entails two trims and three colour schemes. The engine powering the bike is a 124.4 CC, BS6-compliant unit. The peak power and torque mapping for the engine are 10.7 bhp and 11 Nm respectively. The bike is offered with front disc and rear drum brakes for the top trim. The base trim entails dual drum brakes. Both trims are available with the combined braking system. The dry weight of the motorcycle is 131.5 kg. The fuel tank can hold 11 litres of fuel.

    Dominar 250

    Everyone is familiar with the Dominar 400 from Bajaj. It is the flagship motorcycle from the Indian motorcycle brand that popularised the lifestyle of touring activity here in India. The Dominar 250 is the more affordable yet most powerful 250 CC touring bike from Bajaj. The motorcycle is offered by the brand in a single trim. It entails the ex-showroom price tag of Rs. 2, 10,389*. Bajaj offers the bike in three colour schemes. The engine on the bike is a 248.8 CC, BS6-compliant unit. The peak power and torque mapping for the engine are set at 26.63 bhp and 23.5 Nm respectively. The brand offers the bike with dual disc brakes and ABS as OEM standard fitment. The dry weight of the motorcycle is 180 kg. The fuel tank on the bike is enormous and can hold 13 litres of fuel.

    Pulsar N250

    The N250 is a naked street bike meant for the Pulsar line-up. It is available with an ex-showroom price tag of Rs. 1, 79,466* for the base and Rs. 1, 85,069* for the top trim. The bike entails two trims and three colour schemes. The engine powering the motorcycle is a 249 CC BS6 engine. The peak power and torque mapping for the engine are set at 24.1 bhp and 21.5 Nm respectively. The bike is offered with dual disc brakes and ABS as OEM standard fitment. The dry weight of the bike is 162 KGs and the fuel tank can hold 14 litres of fuel.

    Pulsar F250

    The F250 is the semi-faired version of the N250. It is also a street bike that is meant for the Pulsar line-up. The bike entails 2 variants and four colour options. The entry-level variant is available with an ex-showroom MSRP of Rs. 1, 79,466*. The top-spec trim is available with an ex-showroom price tag of Rs. 1, 85,069*. For all bikes you can avail of a bike loan at the lowest interest rates. The engine powering the bike is a 249cc BS6 engine. The peak power and torque mappings for the engine are set at 24.1 bhp and 21.5 Nm respectively. Dual disc brakes and ABS is OEM standard fitment. The dry weight of the motorcycle is 164 KGs. The fuel tank can hold 14 litres of fuel.

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