32+ User Votes to help you to find the Bajaj Bikes In India.. Bajaj Auto is a Two wheeler, Three wheeler and four wheeler manufacturing company. It is been making scooters, auto rickshaws since ages and in 2012 they started making 4 four wheeler car Re 60 which is a fuel efficient vehicle. Bajaj has four different bikes in the name of Platina, Pulsar, Discover and Avenger all the bikes have all kinds of variants under them. Bajaj bikes are among the most sold bikes in India it has captured slightly less then 1/3 of market share.
Bajaj Bikes price list
|Bajaj Bikes||Delhi( Ex showroom Price)||Delhi (On road price)||Mumbai(Ex showroom price)||Mumbai (onroad price)|
|Palsur 135 LS||64,807||72,472||64,936||72,317|
|Pulsar 150 DTSI||72,153||80,246||72,352||79,972|
|Pulsar 180 DTSI||75,418||83,775||75,660`||83,964|
Here is the list of Bajaj Bikes
The top of the line bike from Discover range is 150F. The Discover 150F is powered by a single-cylinder 150cc engine that produces 14bhp at 8,5000rpm and a maximum torque of 12.75Nm at 6,500rpm. This engine is mated to a five speed constant mesh gearbox with an all-up gearshift pattern. The company claims an ARAI fuel efficiency of 72kmpl and has a top speed of 110kmph. 150F and 150S mechanically, both are identical. Chassis, engine, transmission, suspension are all the same. The difference is that the 150F has a half fairing like the one on the Pulsar 220. The Bike is priced at Rs 58,000.
The only cruiser bike avaialable at affordable price gives Avenger a distict advantage. The Avenger 220 is incredibly comfortable to ride with enough power and grunt for highway blasts. The Avenger fetches 35 kmpl in the city and 40kmpl on the highway, which adds up to an overall 37.5 kmpl — very good figures for a bike that big. The 0-60km/h sprint will be executed in 4.5 seconds and it will touch a top speed of 123km/h. With a 14 liter fuel tank the Bajaj Avenger’s range is 675km.
Pulsar 135 ls is 135cc bike from pulsar it has the lowest engine capacity among and it is most affordable from all pusar bikes available in India. The bike has a sleep profile rather then bulky sportier looks of other pulsar bikes. It comes with a 4 valve engine that produces 13.56bhp and 11.4Nm of torque. Paired with a 5-speed gearbox. In spite of its pocket rocket size, feels it has enough to achieve fast acceleration figures. The five speed gearbox works well and distribution of torque is brilliant in the whole rev range. It has only one version which is priced ata Rs 57,000 es showroom Mumbai.
Discover 125 M was launched in India in 2014. The bike is among the vast offering from Bajaj Discover range. It is based on Discover 100 M chasis as the M stands for the mileage as both the bikes are the most fuel efficient bikes on Discover platform. It uses the same engine which is used on Discover 125ST . The 125 M makes 11.5PS at 8,000rpm. The motorcycle gets a 130mm drum brake in the front as standard and is priced ata Rs 47,000, while a 200mm disc brake is provided as optional is priced at Rs 49,000. Both the varaints comes with electric start, telescopic suspension setup at the front, nitrox gas-charged rear suspension and alloy wheels.
One of the oldest discover bike in India was first launched in 2004 but was discontinued by Bajaj lter on seeing demand of 125cc bikes in India they relaunched the bike. Even though the looks have been same the company has made slight changes going with the need of the hour like alloys wheels, electric start. The bike has two variants one with drum brakes and other with disc brakes they are priced at Rs 46,000 and 48,000 respectively. Both the variants comes with 125cc engine that produces 11bhp and 10Nm of torque.
Discover 100m is based on the platform of Discover 100 T. As Bajaj has modified the chasis and wheelbase and have made it shorter then Discover 100T. The bike is available in two variants one with drum brakes which is priced at Rs 44,000 and other with disc brakes is priced at Rs 46,000 ex showroom Mumbai but both the variants come with electric start. Discove 100m comes with a 102cc, 9.2bhp, 9.0Nm, 4M, 17-inch alloy wheels, 80.7 bhp/tonne. One of the attraction point of the bike is its milage as ARAI has given the figures of 84 kmpl.
Discover 125T uses the chassis of Discover 100 T. The 125cc bike is positioned between Discover 125ST and Discover 100T. The bike 125T gets a 125cc single cylinder air-cooled engine that produce 12.5bhp and 10.8Nm of torque. Paired with a 5-speed gearbox, the 125cc bike can reach upto the speeds of 100 kmpl. The bIke is priced at Rs 50,000.
Bajaj launched pulsar 150 bike in 2001 it become instant hit with people as the bike only competition was Hero cbz. With time bajaj has launched so many version of Pulsar bt still it is the most popular among people as earlier the bike used to come with a single round front light now with time they have been modified. The engine is a 149cc unit that produces 15bhp and 12Nm of torque. It gives away mileage of 55kmpl and is priced at Rs 66,000.
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS can easilly make his way into sports bike category. Pulsar 200 NS comes with a powerful engine 199cc which produces maximum power of 23bhp@9500RPM and maximum torque of 18Nm@8000RPM. It has a 6 speed manual gearbox transmission. Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS has come up with a completely new style and design. It has mileage of 50kmpl in the highway and 35kmpl in the city. The motorcycle is priced at Rs 83,000 ex showroom Mumbai.
Bajaj Discover series most affordable option is its 100cc bike which has recently got an upgrade with new 2.0 dtsi engine. The 100cc engine produces 7.7PS bhp at 7500rpm. According to ARAI Discover returns a fuel efficiency figure of 89 kmpl with a talk of 8 liters. The bike is priced at Rs 42,500 ex showroom Mumbai.
Discover 100 T is among the most expensive 100cc bikes going around in India launched in 2013. The bike looks more sportier then its competitors as well as it comes with a engine which can produce 10.2bhp and 9.2Nm of torque, which company claims it is the best among the rest. The bike is able to give milage of 87 kmpl according to ARAI. It comes with two variants one with drum brake which is priced at Rs 47,000 ex showroom and the other with disc brakes which is priced at Rs 48,900.
Pulsar has played a big part when it comes to performance biking in the hearts of young enthusiast in our nation, delivering good performance along with fuel efficiency, dishing out 51kmpl overall. You can travel around 765km with a full tank of petrol on this bike. With a 0-60km/h figure of just 3.8 sec and power 21.04 @ 8500rpm and maximum torque of 19.12@7500 rpm. The Bike is priced at Rs 88,300 ex show room Mumbai.
Platina is a 100cc bike from Bajaj. Earlier it used to be the most affordable bike from Bajaj now the tag has been taken by newly relaunched CT which is priced at 36,000. The basic model is priced 39,000 ex showroom. The bike was first launched in 2006. The bike design is based Bajaj own Wind bike which was later discontinued .The bike is available in three variants. First one comes with spoke wheels second comes with Allows but it is a kick start. First two variants of the bike comes with a 99.27cc unit churns out 8.2bhp and 8.05Nm of torque third variant comes with alloys and is electric start and it comes with a102cc DTSI which produces 8.1bhp and 8.63Nm of torque. The top variant is priced at Rs 46,000 ex showroom Mumbai.
The first Pulsar 180 was launched along with Pulsar 150 bike in 2001. The new bike with 180cc dtsi engine produces a maximum power of 17.02 Ps @ 8500 and 14.22 Nm of torque @ 6500. Its is priced at Rs 68,000. It comes with features like twin spark ignition, five-way adjustable, nitrox shockabsorber and drum brake for the rear wheel. Its major competitor is TVS Apache.
CT 100 was discontinued by Bajaj in 2006 but in 2015 they relaunched the bike with some minor changes in its outlook and engine as it has got new graphics and new exhaust pipe. The bike will also come with a alloy variant along with a standard rim variant. The new CT 100 is powered by a single-cylinder, four-stroke 99.27 cc engine capable of 8.2 hp and 8.05 Nm of torque, matched to a 4-speed gearbox.It is priced around 36 thousand ex show room Mumbai.
Discover 150S is a sportier version of Discover 150 bike range. This bike lies between 125T and 150T. All the discover bikes comes with similar kind of looks The bikes follows an all-black look for the side step, chain guard and the grab rail. The engine offers 14.3bhp of peak power and 12.75Nm of torque, but at a high 6500rpm. The bike is available in two variants one with drum brakes which is priced at Rs 51,000 and other with disc brakes is priced at Rs 54,000 ex showroom Mumbai.