Aug 19, 2016 : The Bajaj V is special because it has parts made from the metal of the indigenous aircraft carrier INS Vikrant. Now, Bajaj has launched the ‘Mission Vikrant 1975’ to trace the life journey of 1,300 officers and sailors that served on the vessel during the 1971 Indo-Pak war. The Mission Vikrant 1971 is a digital initiative to identify and share details of all those who were onboard the aircraft carrier during the 1971 war Read More Read Less
Engine, Price, Unique design
The Bajaj V15 is the latest 150cc offering from Bajaj Auto for the Indian market. The bike has been positioned as a 150cc commuter offering and the fuel tank has been crafted using metal from INS Vikrant, the country's first aircraft carrier
Bajaj got the marketing spot on with the new V15 motorcycle. But can the new 150cc motorcycle deliver similar performance on the tarmac?
Bajaj’s second offering in its ‘V’ Series is a smaller 125cc commuter. Here’s what it feels like to ride
Can the new Bajaj V15 which has been positioned by Bajaj as a premium commuter bike upstage the premium variant of the highest selling 125cc motorcycle in India?
We got our hands on the recently introduced Bajaj V12. Here are our first impressions on the motorcycle
The Bajaj V12 is the latest addition from Bajaj in the commuter bike segment and the 125cc motorcycle has been priced at Rs 56,283 (ex-showroom, Delhi)
This initiative has been taken by the company to bring out the stories of ordinary Indians doing extraordinary acts
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