Bajaj Auto has made a contribution of Rs 20 crore for the Prime Minister National Relief Fund to be used for relief efforts in Jammu & Kashmir. J&K has reported the death of over 200 persons in the worst floods the northern state has experienced in a century.
KTM recently launched RC 200 and RC 390 sport bikes in India at surprisingly affordable prices. KTM along with its partner Bajaj Auto is set to achieve great milestones in Indian and global markets. To be crisp, the company is looking to take down the Japanese.
A total of 140 exclusive KTM dealerships in the country have opened order books for the new RC 200 and RC 390 which were launched on September 9, 2014. Priced at INR 1.60 lakhs for RC 200 and INR 2.05 lakhs for RC 390 (introductory ex-showroom Delhi price), bookings officially open today.
The anticipation for launch of two very special bikes from the Austrian automaker draws to a close as KTM will launch RC 200 and RC 390 in a few minutes. If you too are one of the many who have been waiting for the RC twins, here is the LIVE webcast feed which will give you real time access to the launch event in Pune.
The month of August 2014 has seen an increase in two wheeler sales in India. Hero MotoCorp and Bajaj Auto have both reported an increase in sales and look ahead to enhanced performance during the upcoming festive season that commences with Onam later this week, followed by Dusshera and Diwali later on in the year.
Bajaj Auto Limited has recently launched two new 150cc Discover bikes, which is what the company is banking on to regain its market share in the second half of this fiscal. Apart from this, the company also has plans to launch a new Pulsar later this year.
Bajaj Auto is on the Forbes list of worldâ€™s leading 100 innovative companies. The Pune based automotive major is among top five companies on this prestigious list for the year 2014 in a ranking at No. 96 and is accompanied by five other Indian companies to include Hindustan Unilever, Tata Consultancy Services, L&T and Sun Pharma.
Bajaj Auto Limited, the worldâ€™s third largest motorcycle manufacturer andÂ second largest in India, plans a new motorcycle manufacturing plant in Bangladesh. A total of four Bajaj motorcycles will be produced at this plant with an annual capacity of 1.5 lakh units