India’s reputation for being a major two wheeler market is such that everytime a new two wheeler is introduced, there’s a buyer segment that laps it up enthusiastically. The dynamics change even more positively when there’s a special element to it. The Bajaj V is that, and much more.
The Indian Navy is on a multi-city Bajaj V Invincible Ride to motivate and encourage youth to join the Navy. Naval personnel are using a fleet of 15 Bajaj V Bikes to undertake a Motorbike cum Trekking Expedition across Maharashtra. The ride also encourages conserve water and Go green ideas.
Riding begins today on World Martyr’s Day (23rd March 2016). The road trip covers 23 Forts of Chattrapati Shivaji. Enroute, Navy personnel will interact with youth from schools and colleges, and educate them about the Indian Navy.
Rear Admiral S N Ghormade, Nausena Medal (Flag Officer Commanding Maharashtra Naval Area) is enthusiastic about the navy’s proposed interaction with Indian youth to join the Navy. He views Bajaj V as an ideal vehicle for the initiative carrying invincible metal of the INS Vikrant. And yes, ‘V’ also stands for victory.
Sumeet Narang, Vice President (Marketing) says bajaj is glad to partner with the Indian Navy for the Invincible Ride initiative, which was flagged off from Kohli Stadium at Navy Nagar Colaba by Chief Guest, Vice-Admiral R Hari Kumar, Chief of Staff Western Naval Command.
Bajaj V is powered by a 150 cc DTS-i engine and generates torque of 13 Nm at 5500 RPM, and power of 12 PS power at 7500 rpm. With a promise of proud riding experience, deliveries today mark the significance of Martyr’s Day. Toda, Bajaj Auto will deliver over 10,000 units of Bajaj V across India. Bajaj V is available in two colours, Ebony Black and Pearl White.
Bajaj V15 – City-wise Prices
Delhi – INR 61,999
Mumbai – INR 62,820
Chennai – INR 63,682
Kolkata – INR 65,495