This is not a ‘Bajaj’ Chetak. It’s just a Chetak because Bajaj believes that the Chetak has a stronger brand recall and there’s a lot of emotions attached to it. However, this new Chetak is electric.Read full review
The Pulsar 125. It looks exactly like the Pulsar 150 Neon because, well, Bajaj hasn’t bothered changing anything in terms of design or even a single body panel. But it has a smaller engine, a 125cc single cylinder air-cooled unit.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180 is a model that has been present in the Pulsar series right since its inception in 2001. Over the years, both models, the 150 and 180 received updates and new colour schemes to stay relevant in the market.
While most of us are familiar with the Platina moniker, the term H-Gear is something new. Simply put, H-Gear is short for highway gear or, as Bajaj also likes to call it, the ‘Happy Gear.’ Marketing jargons aside, it implies the addition of an extra fifth gear to aid in smoother cruising on the highway and fetching better mileage.
I don’t know about you, but I had to go back and read up to keep track of the number of iterations the Bajaj Avenger has gone through. Now, Bajaj says the consumers - who are mostly commuters - expected better fuel economy numbers from the 180. So the bike maker has brought in the 160 Avenger. And it says the new motorcycle strikes the right balance. But does it, really?
I know, it’s a bit odd. A power cruiser on a race track. The raked out front end, the upright seating, the low set footpegs, and the long wheelbase aren’t really virtues when it comes to going flat out corner after corner.