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Bajaj to rethink Pulsar RS200 sales strategy

Bajaj to rethink Pulsar RS200 sales strategy

May 30, 2016, by Pratheek Kunder

Most of us know that the Pulsar RS200 has been the best Pulsar to come out of Bajaj’s R&D facility. In fact, the initial response to this bike has been [...]

V15 helps Bajaj takes third place from TVS in April 2016

V15 helps Bajaj takes third place from TVS in April 2016

May 26, 2016, by Firoze Irani

The recently launched Bajaj V15 seems to be a market favourite with sales of 24,057 last month. The motorcycle has even crossed the estimated sales figure from [...]

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 spotted testing again

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 spotted testing again

May 23, 2016, by BikeWale Team

A Bajaj Pulsar CS400 test mule was recently spotted testing in Pune. Sporting a toned down design as compared to the original 2014 concept, the Bajaj Pulsar CS400 [...]

Bajaj V15 vs Honda CB Shine SP : Comparison Test

Bajaj V15 vs Honda CB Shine SP : Comparison Test

April 14, 2016, by Pratheek Kunder

The CB Shine is like the Activa of 125cc motorcycles for Honda. It is the highest selling vehicle in its segment. It offers the right amount of everything – [...]

Bajaj V15 First Ride Review

Bajaj V15 First Ride Review

March 02, 2016, by Pratheek Kunder

The new Bajaj V15 is the Pune based bike maker’s answer to its dwindling sales in the commuter class courtesy some experiments gone wrong with the Discover [...]

Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise vs Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 : Comparison Test

Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise vs Royal Enfield Thunderbird 350 : Comparison Test

December 29, 2015, by Pratheek Kunder

We brought you the comparison between the Avenger 150 and the Suzuki Gixxer SF a few weeks back (you can read it HERE). So, while the Avenger 150 is a new category [...]

Bajaj V15 | First Ride | PowerDrift

Updated on March 11, 2016

Views 1,683
Likes 185

Bajaj V15 | Exhaust Note | PowerDrift

Updated on March 08, 2016

Views 9,796
Likes 202

Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 | Top Music | PowerDrift

Updated on June 26, 2015

Views 22,985
Likes 466

About Bajaj

Bajaj Motorcycles is one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in India. Based out of Pune, Bajaj has manufacturing plants in Chakan, Waluj in Maharashtra and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand. Its oldest plant in Akurdi, Pune currently houses company’s corporate office and research & development centre.

Famous for the Chetak scooter, Bajaj has moved its focus from manufacturing scooters to only motorcycles. The company currently sells a range of bikes under various brands like Platina, Discover, Avenger, Pulsar and the recently launched V.
 
Bajaj Auto had acquired 14.5 per cent stake in KTM Power Sports. Under this acquisition, KTM will provide the know-how for joint development of the new motorcycles and engines and Bajaj will take over manufacturing and distribution of KTM products in India and export these products globally. As of now, Bajaj holds 47.96 per cent stake in KTM.

Bajaj currently sells its products through two formats – Bajaj showrooms which sells all the Bajaj bikes and Probiking showrooms, which sells bikes from KTM and Kawasaki.

Bajaj Motorcycles is one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in India. Based out of Pune, Bajaj has manufacturing plants in Chakan, Waluj in Maharashtra and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand. Its oldest plant in Akurdi, Pune currently houses company’s corporate office and research & development centre.

Famous for the Chetak scooter, Bajaj has moved its focus from manufacturing scooters to only motorcycles. The company currently sells a range of bikes under various brands like Platina, Discover, Avenger, Pulsar and the recently launched V.
 
Bajaj Auto had acquired 14.5 per cent stake in KTM Power Sports. Under this acquisition, KTM will provide the know-how for joint development of the new motorcycles and engines and Bajaj will take over manufacturing and distribution of KTM products in India and export these products globally. As of now, Bajaj holds 47.96 per cent stake in KTM.

Bajaj currently sells its products through two formats – Bajaj showrooms which sells all the Bajaj bikes and Probiking showrooms, which sells bikes from KTM and Kawasaki.

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