Carrying the Invincible spirit of the Bajaj V further, the motorcycle has been launched in Goa for an on-road price of INR 71,000. Unveiled a few days before the Auto Expo 2016, the Bajaj V has sourced some metal from the Indian Navy's retired warship, INS Vikrant. It comes with V branding on the fuel tank while the motorcycle carries a mixed visual appearance of a cruiser and a daily commuter.
V15 uses a double cradle frame and largest shock absorbers (diameter wise) in it's class, offering a hassle free riding experience. The wheels on the bike are 90/90-18 at the front and 120/80-16 at the rear. The 5-spoke alloy wheels look clean and adds more charm to the bike. It uses a detachable rear seat cowl, providing a cafe racer feel whenever riding solo.
The rear part looks surprisingly rich as the bike gets a good looking LED taillight for the excellent overall looks. It uses a 149.5 cc DTS-i engine producing 11.83 Bhp @ 7500 rpm and 13 Nm @ 5500 rpm. The gearbox used on the motorcycle is a 5-speed unit while the large fuel tank supports 13 liters of one time filling.
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