Bajaj has started sending the V15 to its dealership as the launch date for the bike is closing in. The bookings for the V15 has commenced at INR 5,000. The bike will be launched in March and bookings will start in the last week of March. This bike will be priced at INR 72,000 (on-road, Mumbai).
Bajaj has unveiled the V, which is the company’s all new commuter brand that will be launched this year. The metal for this bike has been sourced from INS Vikrant. This bike has a large invincible fuel tank that gets the metal from INS Vikrant. The Invincible fuel tank’s frame has a proud stance and it has double cradle design that will help the rider to ride erect. The company hasn’t revealed how much of the metal has been sourced from INS Vikrant, by whatever has been used is for the fuel tank itself. The headlight of the bike looks more like a commuter segment one, however the positioning of the handles is very much cafe racer style. The red tail lamp with chrome surround looks premium. The bike is offered as a two seater, in which the second seat can be covered and the rear handle can be removed too. To remove the handle, one needs to unmount the seat completely and then add or remove the handle. For the cover, one needs to use the bike key itself to make it sit on it. The bike is made available in black and red, and white colour options. The point to hold the bike when putting it on the stand has been located neatly underneath the seat.
The instrument cluster on the bike has a simple speedometer and then the black area shows only the high beam, side indicators and other warning lights. There is no tachometer on the Bajaj V15. This design of the instrument binnacle is very much commuter like.
Bajaj V15 Engine:
This bike has a 150cc engine that produces about 11bhp of power and 13Nm of peak torque. Bajaj claims that this bike has ample reserve of torque at any rpm. The V has a new speedometer cluster with a dual colour LED fuel level indicator and an elegant LED tail lamps. Mr Eric Vas, President Bajaj Motorcycle Business said, “The Bajaj V shall usher a new era in commuter motorcycling. We believe the Indian customer buying a commuter motorcycle deserves something that is substantial.”
The V will be made available in two colours: Ebony Black and Pearl White. The sales of this bike will start in March 2016. The headlamp on this bike has a 55/60W bulb and a kerb weight of 135.5 kilograms. The bike has a fuel tank capacity of 13 litres and a ground clearance of 165mm.
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