Hey there! Yes, you can take Bajaj V15 for long rides. I have been riding around for quite a time now, including the 900 km Ride in 24 hours which I did, with only little tea and pee breaks. You can easily cruise at the speed of 80 kph and can touch 100 kph too while overtaking. However its not a bike to cruise at 90 or 100 kph to be honest. It has shorter gear ratios. It performs well on the mountains too.
Yes, the bike will be discontinued and no abs version will be launched. The parts will surely be available in the market and service centers as the warranty itself is of five years with a newly purchased bike and the company will have to keep the stock for their customers. The parts can also be available in local markets too. Well, if you're satisfied and have reviewed the bike then you should go for it. The parts should not be a great trouble.
Hey there, both are good bikes in the 125- 150 cc segment. They both are great commuter bikes with decent average, however the Honda unicorn leads in average. Bajaj V15 has a slightly better pick-up and of course a good attractive look and feel to ride especially with a bulkier tank. The fuel capacity is also larger than on unicorn. The build quality of Honda seems to be better as evidently its a Japanese company. Overall if you want to go for a bike with decent mileage, looks great exhaust note and better fell of riding then go for Bajaj V15. If you only want a bike with good mileage, light-weight and hard built, go for unicorn.
Hey! Well, both bikes have their own feasibility. V15 has a good manoeuvrability and an excellent balance & stance.Its better in terms of performance with an appealing exhaust note. V15 also looks pretty attractive and has more road presence. However Honda CB Unicorn has a more refined engine with less noise and is very smooth. It also feels lighter and small but does not have a great road presence. I'd suggest you to take a test ride.
V15 is a bit classic but cb unicorn is sporty in looks. Mileage of unicorn is less than v15. Weight of v15 is heavier compared to unicorn. Maintenance of unicorn costlier than v15. So if you want sporty bike go for Unicorn but if you want mileage and classic look then v15 is best.
I think V15 is better.. because in compression look wise V15 looks more attractive,no doubt value for money is almost same for both. pickup is also same. Unicorn Mileage is little bit more.But the sound of V15 is amazing..Dug dug dug....like its your heart beat..i prefer V15.
I personally like the performance of the bike. It has been very responsive to me. The pickup is more than enough for city riding and even on highways, overtaking is not a big problem. Much depends on the engine maintenance and other concerned factors. Its a perfect city commuter and performs pretty well. I've been riding all around on mountains and on the World's most treacherous road and it was victorious.
Hey there! Both bikes of Bajaj are good. However, they both have their own pros and cons. V15 is a perfect commuter with good average and maneuverability. It has a 13 liter tank. The ride height is also low. Pulsar on the other hand has little better pick-up compared to V15 and has a longer seat. Its not very easily maneuverable though. The looks of V15 are a bit more catchy and attractive. Pulsar does creates some abnormal sounds from its chain kit which gets annoying after some time. So be sure of your use and then decide.
Yes, compared to other bikes in this segment V15 is pretty comfortable. I've personally done many long rides on my V15, even a 24 hours ride non-stop in one go. The handling is way better than other bikes because of its seating position. The bike is easy to maneuver in traffic. It is worth for the price as a daily commuter. Pulsar has a little better performance but not a very good average. Every single bike has its own pros and cons. No bike is perfect.
If you are not on the heavier side, than V15 might be a better option because it has a higher mileage, both are same in performance and I personally like the retro cafe racer looks of the V15. If you are 80+ in weight, V15 is gonna give you shaky rides due to its lighter front in comparison to the Palsar. Hope, you find this information helpful. Happy biking :-)
Yes, compared to other bikes in this segment its pretty comfortable. I've personally done many long rides on my V15, even a 24 hours ride non-stop in one go. The handling is way better than other bikes because of its seating position. The bike is easy to maneuver in traffic. It is worth for the price as a daily commuter. Every single bike has its own pros and cons. No bike is perfect.
In a single word "NO". It makes your back and legs stiff after riding continuously for an hour. Mileage is way below claimed 60 kmpl. I've never got more than 45 kmpl. No gear indicator, vibration issues, etc makes this otherwise could have been a great bike an average bike.
I am riding bikes for 18 yrs. I can confidently vouch for it, you will experience lesser vibrations while riding a bullock cart or1tractor than this bike. This bike can surely claim the top reward in terms of vibrations. Good thing is, you can never get it solved once you own this.
Not yet two years. Heck not even an year. The v15 showed signs of malfunction since day one. The after sales service of bajaj auto is utterly incompetent. They work much worse than government employees. For example the staff at Executive bajaj showroom at malad-Mumbai shows up to the office at 12 pm.The v15 is an unreliable motorcycle. Stay away from making a purchase at all cost. Id go as far as suggesting that do not but bajaj bikes at all.
My Bajaj V15 is doing fine. Its been three years now and I've been riding interstate since the time I bought. I do at least two major trips in a month. I haven't had any major breakdown. The earlier V15 has some issues which have been resolved now in the models. Of course, Bajaj's services are not great. Overall the ride quality is nice. It is a great commuter bike.
Both bikes have their own pros and cons. Bajaj V15 has a good road presence and cafe racer style look. The seating is comfortable as compared to FZ. The maneuverability is great too on V15. The Yamaha FZ has a good engine and performance too, the riding comfort is not that great. The alloys cant take a lot of beating and tend to get bend. So make your pick!
If you are tired of living happily and peacefully and want to torture yourself mentally because of incompetent customer service and want to get treated as if they did a favour by selling you the motorcycle, you should buy bajaj v15.If you want to get the experience of how it feels wasting a ton of money you should buy bajaj v15.If you want to get an experience of riding a second hand bike for five times the money you should buy v15.If you want to feel cheated without being in a relationship buy bajaj v15.If you want to feel the stress of going to a service center almost every month after buying a bike buy bajaj v15.If you want to get hit buy a speeding vehicle because your bajaj v15 stalled suddenly in the middle of the road while riding you should buy bajaj v15.I hope you’ll buy this bike and experience how cruel life is. Rather how cruel it is made to be by people who talked all nice and sweet while selling the bike to you (The people at executive Bajaj malad showroom).
You are right Durgesh. I don't know what improvement Bajaj has done to the new variation coz mine is the first model with all up gearing. Hate to say this but the assembly sucks. The wiring under the fuel tank was laid above the metal frame, squeezed between the tank and frame causing short circuit which I have rearranged. The engine bolt and nuts was not tightened in proper way. Some a bit loose while some over tightened. The exhaust too heavy and cracked near the catalyc converter. Bolt to the engine block loosen and breaks. Should replace with steel bolt immediately after purchase and add spring washer. And worst the connecting rod bearing housing is not tightly fit. Causing problems to the piston and engine block. Had to modify the housing accordingly. The engine block is too thin, can't be rebore for bigger piston. BTW I use racing cdi and run on average 110-120 km/hr full throttle. Lol
Bajaj V15 has its own charm and pride to offer. Its believed to be manufactured of the metal of INS Vikrant ship. It does have a national feeling to it. The ride quality is nice and balanced. The earlier Bajaj V15 had some issues which were pretty much all resolved in the new models. It has good amount of road-presence, the maneuverability is excellent and hence turns out to be a great commuter with descent mileage to offer. I've done a 24 hrs non-stop ride from Kaza to Delhi via the World's Most Treacherous Road (with a pillion and heavy luggage) and It didn't leave me in a difficult situation and still rides great. So I guess that says it all.
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