Six New Bajaj Bikes in India in Next 6 Months
By Vikas Yogi
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Published on January 22, 2015
With an objective to improve its market share in the domestic market, Bajaj Auto, the Indian motorcycle giant, is planning to launch as many as six bikes in the country in the next six months ranging from a 100cc commuter bike to a 400cc sports bike. Bajaj believes that the new launches will help it improve its market share from the current 16-17 percent to over 20 percent by March 2016.
Speaking to PTI, S Ravikumar - Bajaj Auto President for Business Development & Assurance revealed that "In the next six months, there will be one launch every month from us,"
"In the 100 cc segment, we have the Platina to address the value-for-money customers and Discover for executives. The new model will have its own space," he said. Besides, "we also will launch a 400 cc bike under our flagship Pulsar brand", Ravikumar added.
Though the company didn't disclose the name plates and expected prices of these bikes, here's what we expect.
1. New Bajaj Platina: Expected Price - Rs. 36,000 - Rs. 40,000
2. Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS: Expected Price - Rs. 1 lakh - Rs. 1.30 lakh
3. Bajaj Pulsar 400 SS: Expected Price - Rs. 1.60 lakh - Rs. 1.80 lakh
4. Bajaj Pulsar 150/160NS: Expected Price - Rs. 65,000 - 70,000
5. Bajaj Pulsar CS400: Rs 1.60 lakh - Rs 1.80 lakh
6. Update Bajaj Pulsar 180: Rs 70,000 - Rs 75,000
With inputs from PTI
Last Updated on January 22, 2015
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