Bajaj Auto was one of the earliest two wheeler manufacturers in India and is now one of the worlds largest two-wheeler and three-wheeler manufacturers.
Bajaj has redefined both the value and the premium segments with its motorcycles offering unique features not seen in their competitors in those classes.
The entry level Platina features push to cancel indicators, unique throttle control, chrome graphics, fuel gauge and alloy wheels which are not seen on more expensive executive class machines of its competitors.
The Bajaj XCD 125 offers an excellent value proposition with its larger engine, LED tail lamp and Digital meter at the price point of 100cc vehicles from its competitors.
The Discover 135 is available in Disc and Drum brake variants falls between the executive and premium segments and is ideal for those looking for a bit of additional power without sacrificing too much on fuel effeciency. Recently a Sport variant has been announced which is expected to hit the markets shortly.
In the premium segment the Bajaj range includes the Pulsar 150, 200 and 220cc variants in the sports segment and the Avenger 200 in the cruiser segment.
With the launch of the Kristal, Bajaj Auto have reentered the autogeared scooter segment and borrows a lot of technologies from the successful motorcycle range such as DTSi, ExhausTec and SNS suspension.
The GC1000 with its 416cc Diesel engine is an economical commercial vehicle and can be adapted for a wide variety of purposes.