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Bajaj Motorcycles is one of the largest motorcycle manufacturers in India. Based out of Pune, Bajaj has manufacturing plants in Chakan, Waluj in Maharashtra and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand. Its oldest plant in Akurdi, Pune currently houses company’s corporate office and research & development centre.
Famous for the Chetak scooter, Bajaj has moved its focus from manufacturing scooters to only motorcycles. Bajaj auto currently sells a range of bike models under various brands like Platina, Discover, Avenger, Pulsar and the recently launched V.
Bajaj Auto had acquired 14.5 per cent stake in KTM Power Sports. Under this acquisition, KTM will provide the know-how for joint development of the new motorcycles and engines and Bajaj will take over manufacturing and distribution of KTM products in India and export these products globally. As of now, Bajaj holds 47.96 per cent stake in KTM.
Bajaj currently sells its products through two formats – Bajaj showrooms which sells all the Bajaj bikes and Probiking showrooms, which sells bikes from KTM and Kawasaki. Bajaj bikes in 2019 have captured a significant share of the Indian market owing to the innovations they offer in an affordable price range
Bajaj Auto’s ambitious Chetak Electric Yatra draws to a close on November 14 at the company’s Akurdi plant in Pune. 20 Chetaks began the nearly 3,000km-long journey from Delhi to Pune (via a few detours along the way) on October 16. Although the scooters will complete the journey on the aforementioned date, the launch of the Chetak will take place December while deliveries for the scooter will start from January 2020. Dealers suggest that the Bajaj Chetak will hit showrooms in Pune and Bengaluru by the end of November 2019. It’s expected to carry a price tag of around Rs 1 lakh (ex-showroom). Bookings, on the other hand, may commence in the next couple of weeks. Click here for more details on the electric scooter.