Apr 15, 2007

0 Latest News from Bajaj Auto [April 2007]

Platina Prices Slashed, Bajaj to launch CNG powered two wheelers, Bajaj to launch 250 C.C bikes with Kawasaki..

Apart from hogging the limelight for its new Pulsar range and the impending Pulsar 220 (fuel injected) launch, here are a few more news bits from Bajaj Auto..

Bajaj Opens its 4'th plant:
Bajaj opens its 4'th plant (first outside Maharashtra) in Pantnagar, Uttarakhand. The 100 C.C Platina will be the first bike to roll out of the new plant.

Bajaj slashes prices of Platina: Taking advantage of the tax benefits provided by the Govt. of Uttarakhand, Bajaj has slashed the prices of the Platina by Rs.3,000. The Bajaj Platina is now available at Rs. 33,000/- ex-showroom as against Rs. 36,000/- earlier.

Bajaj to launch CNG Two Wheelers: "We are on schedule for a CNG two-wheeler. Something in this line will be launched this month," Rajiv Bajaj, managing director, Bajaj Auto Ltd said.

He, however, declined to specify whether it would be a motorcycle or a scooter, besides the engine capacity as well as possible price points. Bajaj had already demostrated the CNG technology in three-wheelers successfully.

Bajaj to launch 250 C.C Bikes with Kawasaki:Bajaj along with its earstwhile Japanese partner, Kawasaki, seems to be preparing the launch of 250 cc-plus motorcycles. Kawasaki will provide the technical inputs.

Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto said that these would be branded as Bajaj and would be sold through Bajaj dealers. He, however, declined to give further details but said that a few bikes would be launched over the next two months. Asked if the company planned to import higher capacity bikes and sell in the domestic market he replied in the negative.

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