Bajaj V200

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Bajaj V200 price, launch, specification, features

Bajaj is expected to launch one of the two proposed ‘V’ platform bikes  in this fiscal. It is likely to come with a 200cc mill.

Here are some of the expected specs of the bike.

GENERAL INFORMATION

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Latest Industry buzz: -Bajaj will introduce two new bike under the ‘V’ platform, after good reception of their V15 throughout India

-One of them will launch this fiscal (16-17) itself

Expected price (ex-showroom, Delhi): Rs. 85,000/-
Mileage 40 kmpl
0-100 km/h 11 secs
Top speed 132 kmph
Launch date: 2017
Manufacturer Bajaj
Bike segment Commuter
Displacement category 200cc
Price category Under 1 lakh
Colours available Black, white, army
Competition

SPECIFICATION

Engine 199.5cc,  single cylinder , Triple Spark, 4 – stroke, SOHC – 4 Valve
Power 23.17 Bhp @ 9500 rpm
Torque 18.3 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Transmission 6-Speed
Frame/Chassis Double-cradle
Cooling Liquid cooled
Brakes Front: Disc
Rear: Disc
ABS:  No
Wheel & Tire Front: 18 inch
Rear: 16 inch
Suspension Front: Telescopic
Rear: Twin-Spring loaded hydraulic type- with gas filled

DIMENSIONS, DESIGN FEATURES AND VARIANTS AVAILABLE

Some features

Instrument console: Analogue

Headlight: Single

Tail light: LED

The design of the V200 should not be much removed from the V15. More details will be updated when they are available.

 *expected

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After receiving good feedback from their customers, Bajaj is all set to expand their ‘V’ brand in India by launching two new bikes under the platform.

The first one that will launch this fiscal is expected to be a higher displacement variant, possibly 200cc.

The Bajaj V200 will come with the manufacturer’s 199.5cc,  single cylinder, DTSI mill delivering  ample 23.17 Bhp of power. This should also address the ‘underpowered’ issue that the brand is facing now.

Design wise not much is expected to change and Bajaj will continue to bank in on the Vikrant pedigree.

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