Bajaj V15 Price Announced; Bookings Open With ‘Mandatory Accessories Pack’!

Has V12 ended up eating V15's sales?

Just before the Expo, Bajaj revealed its new brand V, the first model of which is the V15. Using the metal of the now decommissioned INS Vikrant – India’s first aircraft carrier, Bajaj aims to strike a chord among consumers with a piece of history in their bike.

In an update, Bajaj has released the official prices of V15 and announced the commencement of its bookings from 10th March to 20th March. Since they have put a cap on the date, it appears that they intend to promote it as a limited edition motorcycle, at least initially.

Bajaj V15 Prices in Various States of India

Here are the motorcycle prices in various states of India…

  • V15 Delhi: Rs 61,000
  • V15 Maharashtra: Rs 61,832 
  • V15 Karnataka: Rs 62,075
  • V15 Madhya Pradesh: Rs 63,513
  • V15: Tamil Nadu: Rs 62,683

*all prices ex-showroom

A Pune dealership confirmed that V15 on road will cost Rs 71,988.

Bajaj-V15-Black-Side

V15 is powered by an air cooled 149.5 cc mill producing 12 PS of maximum power at 7,500 rpm and 13 Nm of peak torque at 5,500 rpm (which is higher than Pulsar 150 DTSi). This neoclassical motorcycle weighs 135.5 kg (kerb) with 33 mm front forks and largest in segment rear shocks.

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Mandatory Accessories Pack

Along with the ex-showroom prices, Bajaj has also mentioned clearly about a Mandatory Accessories Pack which includes..

  • Crash guard (leg guard)
  • Saree Guard
  • Removable Rear Cowl
  • Rear grab rail

The bouquet cost of all these parts is Rs 999 extra over the ex-showroom mentioned above. This is a clever strategy by Bajaj to keep the ex-showroom price a little lower and since it is necessary to be purchased at the dealership, it is as good as the final ex-showroom price of the motorcycle. The good thing is that Bajaj has has put a tag to this so that dealers do not charge you anything extra over this.

Also Read: List of 8 Upcoming 250cc to 500cc Mid-Capacity Bike Launches This Year

So how many of you are booking one?

 

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