The Japanese auto giant recorded a 26 percent surge in its bike sales volume during the month, against just 3 percent for Bajaj
The COVID-19 pandemic brought the economy to a virtual halt for nearly two months. Despite the lockdowns around the world, some auto manufacturers not only managed to keep the production going, but also launch new vehicles. Here is a list of motorcycles that were launched during the period.
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All the scooters are equipped with a complete LED light setup.
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Bajaj has equipped the Chetak with a 4.08 kW electric motor, which makes 16 Nm of continuous torque.
The company has already begun accepting bookings ahead of its launch in the country.
The company is expected to launch the electric version of the Chetak scooter, which would be revived after decades of dormancy.
The motorcycle gets a new tank cowl, which differentiates it from the previous generation.
The standard Qute is equipped with a 216.6cc, DTS-I engine which makes 13PS of maximum power and 19Nm of peak torque.
Originally, the Chetak was a spiritual successor to the Vespa 150.
The e-scooter will sport a neo-retro design, akin to the original Chetak.
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All the motorcycles in the lineup feature carburetted engines, apart from the Pulsar RS 200.
Bajaj has added the CT110 to the CT lineup to offer more power at a reasonable price.
The NS 125 will act as a de facto successor to the discontinued LS135.
It is expected to carry forward its 149cc single-cylinder motor which makes 14PS of maximum power and 13.4Nm of peak torque.
Major auto manufacturers like Bajaj, Tata Motors, Eicher, and Mahindra have shown a significant decline in the sale.
Currently, the cheapest Bajaj motorcycle on sale is the 150 Neon which retails at Rs. 68,250 (Ex-showroom).
These electric vehicles will be manufactured at Bajaj’s plant in Pune and are expected to enter production by 2022.
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Among the prominent upgrades is the addition of a new 5-speed gearbox.
The Urbanite was revealed a few months ago, where the company stated that it aims to ‘do a Tesla in the two-wheeler space.
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Bajaj has equipped the Avenger 160 with LED DRLs, new graphics and a larger insignia.