The invincible Bajaj V launched in Goa

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Bajaj Auto has launched the V motorcycle in Goa. The new motorcycle is made from metal sourced from the erstwhile INS Vikrant battleship and was unveiled a couple of days before the Auto Expo.

The Invincible character of the V motorcycle is supported by a large fuel tank, double cradle frame which is designed to offer high rigidity and strength and enables the rider to ride erect with a proud stance. The motorcycle comes with a large 33 dia front fork and rear shock absorbers – the largest in its class for smooth sailing on Indian roads. Wide 90/90 – R18 front and 120/80 R16 rear tyres will offer good road holding capabilities with 5 spoke alloy wheels.

The V comes with a stylised removable rear seat cowl, which can be instantly detached to seat the pillion. The new speedometer cluster with a dual colour LED fuel level indicator and an elegant LED tail lamp enhances the solid no-nonsense character of the bike.

The handlebar is wide which gives an open chest feeling and is quite comfortable while commuting in the city.

Power is derived from a 150cc DTS-i engine with its invincible thunderous exhaust note.  The V engine delivers maximum torque of 13 Nm at 5500 RPM, and a peak power of 12 PS power at 7500 rpm. The result is a motorcycle that has ample reserves of torque at any RPM for riding through thick and thin. The bike comes with fuel tank capacity of 13 litres with 1.7 reserve.

The V will be available in two colours Ebony Black and Pearl White. Sales commence from March this year, thereby providing an opportunity for commuters to ride the Invincible.

The bike is priced at Rs. 71,000 on-road Goa.

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