Bajaj Auto Limited, leading Indian bike manufacturer, has launched the first of its two new bikes under the Discover series. Bajaj Discover 150 S is now available in Pune for an on-road price of Rs 58,515 for the drum brake variant and Rs 61,785 for the disc brake variant.
KTM’s range of bikes comes in with a name that spells autocracy. Offered in shades of orange and black, these bikes have made their mark among buyers in India and abroad. Now, the company is on the brink of offering three new bikes, the fully faired variants of Duke 125, Duke 200 and Duke 390.
Spied testing under camouflage earlier, the new Discover 150F motorcycle has reached dealerships. It is slated for launch in India later this month or early next month. Once successfully launched, the new Discover 150F will compete with the likes of Honda CB Unicorn, Yamaha FZ Series.
Bajaj Discover 150 S is spied showcased at a dealership in Pune before imminent launch. What could be Discover 150 F (semi faired version) spied recently is likely to launch later this year. On a glimpse, one would say that it looks very similar to 125cc Bajaj Discover ST model. Yet its capability on road would be far better than Discover nameplate has ever been tagged to.
Here we compile information on top 6 upcoming bike launches this year that will be worth waiting. List includes all-new motorcycles from popular manufacturers like Yamaha, Honda, KTM, Bajaj and Mahindra in the form of YZF R25, CBR 300R, RC 390, Pulsar 200 SS, Discover 150 S and Mojo 300 respectively.
Bajaj Auto, Pune based two wheeler manufacturers wish to capture global markets with the launch of new products in the 150cc segment.
Furthering their corporate social responsibilities, two wheeler majors, Bajaj Auto Limited has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with College of Engineering, Pune. Bajaj Auto will be donating an amount of INR 4.5 crores towards modernization and renovation of mechanical engineering department building.
Strength, balance and precision are sought for qualities when it comes to excellence, and sometimes you find it in the most unlikely of situations. So, yes while the modern world relies on automated arms for hard labour, in India many a times labourers bear a burden unimaginable.