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Expert Reviews on Bajaj Bikes

  • Bajaj V15 vs Honda CB Shine SP : Comparison Test

    Bajaj V15 vs Honda CB Shine SP : Comparison Test

    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 – power, fuel efficiency, comfort and safety. And not just that. Along with the bike, you take home peace of mind, thanks to Honda reliability. But with the introduction of the CB Shine SP, Honda has taken the game to a whole new level. With a five-speed gearbox and better decals, the CB Shine SP looks like an unbeatable proposition like we mentioned in our first ride report. But Bajaj has an interesting way to counter the CB Shine SP in the form of the new V15 – it’s bold, stylish, muscular – things which we miss on the CB Shine SP. So we decided to spend some time with both these mass market bikes and evaluate each.

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  • Bajaj V15 First Ride Review

    Bajaj V15 First Ride Review

    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 brand. And to stand out in the crowd, this mass-market commuter motorcycle now comes in a fancier avatar. The V15 is positioned between the Discover 150F and the Pulsar 150 but it has a confused identity; it doesn’t know what genre of motorcycling it belongs to. But, of course, the biggest talking point about the V15 – at least in Bajaj’s books – is the use of a tiny amount of metal from INS Vikrant for the making of all V15s fuel tanks.

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  • Honda Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar AS150 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS FI: Comparison Test

    Honda Hornet 160R vs Bajaj Pulsar AS150 vs Suzuki Gixxer vs Yamaha FZS FI: Comparison Test

    Seems like déjà vu. We just had the Suzuki Gixxer and the Yamaha FZS-FI locking horns a couple of months back right here on BikeWale. But here we are again with both the Gixxer and the FZ, and for good reason. The last time round, we couldn’t get a Bajaj Pulsar AS150 in time to join the test. More importantly, we also now have the Honda Hornet 160R.

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  • Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF: Comparison Test

    Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF: Comparison Test

    The Bajaj Avenger 150 Street is the cheapest cruiser one can buy. It is here to fill the role of a daily commuter and a weekend getaway bike; something the Suzuki Gixxer SF promises to do as well. Capitalising on the ‘Avenger’ moniker’s popularity, Bajaj has pegged the Avenger 150 Street as an entry-level cruiser, carving out a new sub segment in this market space. Suzuki, in the meantime, has carved its own niche calling the SF the most affordable faired bike one can buy. Both these motorcycles will serve you well for your daily grind, offer a bit of fast paced riding and allow you to comfortably rip through the highways, while bringing a smile on your face. But which one does it better?

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  • Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise and Avenger 220 Street First Ride Review

    Bajaj Avenger 220 Cruise and Avenger 220 Street First Ride Review

    The new Avenger 220 Cruise and the Avenger 220 Street are examples of Bajaj’s ingenuity. They are here to rejuvenate the long-standing Avenger brand. While the models are similar under the skin, the Avenger 220 Cruise and the Avenger 220 Street are targeted at slightly different sets of buyers.

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  • Bajaj Avenger 150 Street First Ride Review

    Bajaj Avenger 150 Street First Ride Review

    A new horse in the teeming 150cc segment of motorcycles in India. As the country’s first ever 150cc cruiser, the Bajaj Avenger 150 Street wears the hallowed Avenger badge and mixes bona fide cruiser DNA with the affordability and efficiency of a traditional 150cc commuter.

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  • Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF vs Yamaha Fazer FI: Spec Comparison

    Bajaj Avenger 150 Street vs Suzuki Gixxer SF vs Yamaha Fazer FI: Spec Comparison

    Bajaj recently dropped a bomb when it launched the Avenger 150 Street in India, along with its 220cc siblings. The 150cc segment had been missing a cruiser for a long time, and Bajaj decided to spice things up by plonking the Pulsar 150 DTS-i engine in this versatile tubular double cradle type chassis.

     
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  • Bajaj Avenger 150 Street First Look Review

    Bajaj Avenger 150 Street First Look Review

    The Avenger 150 Street is the new entry-level variant in Bajaj’s Avenger range of budget cruisers. While the news of the launch of the new Avenger in two trims (Street and Cruise) wasn’t a big surprise, Bajaj dropped a bombshell when it first lifted the covers off the new Avenger 150 Street, earlier this week. By entering this, so far, uncharted territory, Bajaj has widened its reach to attract a whole new set of customers, looking for a premium 150cc motorcycle. While Bajaj already has three 150cc motorcycles in its line-up, this didn’t stop Bajaj from filling the void of a cruiser in this highly lucrative market space.

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  • Bajaj Pulsar AS 150

    Bajaj Pulsar AS 150

    We might not have erupted in jubilant celebrations on the launch of the new Pulsar AS 150, but it is needless to point out that this is the game changer for the under-200cc semi-faired motorcycles. We took the new Adventure Sport motorcycle for an outing in Lavasa to find out if the new product from Bajaj is as revolutionary as they claim, or our love and hate relationship with Pulsars will continue.

     
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  • Bajaj Pulsar AS200

    Bajaj Pulsar AS200

    All motorcycle enthusiasts, as we know, have a selection of machines as part of their ultimate dream garage. This would typically include a litre-class superbike, a low-slung cruiser, a small capacity two-stroke racer and something with panniers that can be taken off-road and ridden two-up all day long. Unfortunately, having this sort of a line-up under one roof is beyond the reach of most enthusiasts, including myself.

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