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Bajaj V out on Kathmandu roads

HH Bajaj, the authorised dealer for Bajaj motorcycles in Nepal, launched the Bajaj V in a bid to consolidate its market share.
“The Baja V will help us to consolidate our market presence while creating a separate new segment different from the Pulsar and Discover bikes,” said Punam Singh, marketing manager at HH Bajaj. “It will be a city-centered motorbike which will enhance the riding experience on urban streets.”
The 150 cc Bajaj V costs Rs2,04,900 andis powered by a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, air-cooled DTS-I engine. It can produce a maximum torque of 13 nm at 5,500 rpm.
The bike features telescopic front suspension and hydraulic rear suspension. It has a disc brake on the front wheel and a drum brake on the rear wheel. Both tyres are tubeless.
The motorcycle has a fuel tank with a capacity of 13 litres including 1.7 litres reserve. The bike comes in two colour—pearl white and ebony black.
“The bike retains a much demanded classic look and a strong body,” said Singh. “We will add more variants of the bike in the upcoming days as it will have its own segment and new models.”
Additional features of the Bajaj V are an ergonomic handlebar and double cradle construction adding up to the riding experience and safety of the rider.
Moreover, the motorcycle can also be transformed into single-seat vehicle with an optional rear cowl, the first of its kind in the Bajaj line-up. The seat of the new V15 is a straight one and comes with a panel for converting the motorcycle into a single seater.
The Bajaj V will be available across the country through 81 outlets. Easy financing schemes will also be offered to interested buyers, the company said.

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