Bajaj is all set to introduce a CNG motorcycle in the Indian market, expected to be launched in 2024. This new bike is anticipated to offer better mileage than the current Platina model, along with many exciting features designed with the rider’s comfort in mind.

Features and Specifications

 

The upcoming Bajaj CNG motorcycle will be equipped with a 110cc engine, similar to the one found in the Platina model.

The engine is capable of generating 8.6 BHP power and 2.5 NM torque in the petrol variant, paired with a 6-speed gearbox.

The focus is on increasing mileage, making it a highly efficient choice for riders. The bike is expected to come with a range of powerful features.

Pricing and Availability

 

While there is no official information on the pricing of the new CNG bike from Bajaj, it is speculated to have a starting price of around Rs 80,000 ex-showroom. The Bike is Expected to Cross Platina Mileage of 80 KMPL and provide around 120 KM/KG of CNG.

More details on the pricing and availability will be revealed by the company closer to the launch date, giving potential buyers a clear understanding of the value proposition.

News Summary

 

  • Bajaj is set to launch a CNG motorcycle in the Indian market in 2024.

 

  • The new bike will offer better mileage than the Platina model and come with various rider-focused features.

 

  • Equipped with a 110cc engine and 6-speed gearbox, the CNG motorcycle aims to provide a powerful yet efficient riding experience.

 

  • The pricing for the Bajaj CNG motorcycle is expected to start at Rs 80,000, with more details to be announced by the company soon.

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