Top 5 Bajaj Bikes That You Should Buy in 2021

Daily commuting needs a sturdy bike that can sustain the wear and tear of Indian traffic conditions. Solid parts, powerful engine, good pickup and great mileage are some factors we need to consider when choosing a bike for day-to-day use. 

Luckily, Bajaj Auto has taken care of these factors and many others to provide commuters with Bajaj bikes designed exclusively for Indian roads. The brand has segmented the bikes into different categories so that there’s a model for everyone. Shall we look at the top five bikes to buy in 2021? 

Bajaj Pulsar 150

The Pulsar is one of the most famous and favourite bikes in the Indian market. It has a powerful engine, delivers great performance and also gives good mileage, thus ticking all boxes for bike lovers. The bike comes for an on-road price of around INR 1.20 lacs and upward. The 4-Stroke, 2-Valve, twin spark BSIV compliant DTS-i engine and a mileage of 65 km/l, the Pulsar 150 is a bike to look out for. 

  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 15 litres
  • Ground Clearance: 165 mm 
  • Suspension: Telescopic (front), Nitrox shock absorber with 5-way adjustability (rear)

The bike can easily touch the top speed of 110-155 KMPH. This, coupled with its aggressive-looking features, makes Pulsar 150 a formidable model to own. 

Bajaj Dominar 400

The top Bajaj bike on our list is Dominar 400, a super-powerful engine that can handle extended long drives with the utmost ease. Priced around INR 2.45 lacs and upwards (on-road price), the bike comes with a triple spark 4-valve DTS-i engine, 6-speed gearbox and radical tyres.

  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 13 litres
  • Ground Clearance: 157 mm 
  • Suspension: Telescopic (front), Mono (rear)

The seating is comfortable, and the suspension more than ensures that the ride is smooth and easy. With Bajaj Auto offering the best deals on bike loans, you don’t have to even worry about the price. 

Bajaj Platina 

Affordable, spacious and hassle-free; is there a bike that’s this good? Yes, we’ve got Bajaj Platina that comes in two variants (100cc and 110cc). With an air-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine and nice, long seats for a comfortable ride, Platina is the bike for those on a budget. It is priced at INR 79, 000 and upwards (on-road price). 

  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 11 litres
  • Ground Clearance: 200 mm 
  • Suspension: Telescopic (front), Spring with Nitrox gas canister (rear)

Bajaj CT 110

The CT 110 is famous for its mileage and classic design. CT 110 is one of the budget-friendly Bajaj bikes in the market. The bike is priced at around INR 60,000 and upwards (on-road price). It comes with a 4 stroke, single-cylinder engine and tyres with a semi-knobby tread pattern. 

  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 10.5 litres
  • Ground Clearance: 170 mm 
  • Suspension: Hydraulic Telescopic (front); Spring-in-Spring (rear) 

The bike provides a firm grip on the road and ensures a safe ride through heavy traffic. It has been designed for regular Indian users. 

Bajaj Dominar 250

Dominar 250 is yet another favourite of bike lovers. With a single-cylinder, 4-stroke, DOHC, 4valve twin spark engine, the bike has a whole lot of exciting features to offer. It comes with a split-style digital display and dual barrels for exhaust. The bike is priced at INR 1.98 lacs and upwards (on-road price). 

  • Fuel Tank Capacity: 13 litres
  • Ground Clearance: 157 mm 
  • Suspension: Telescopic (front); Multiple-step Mono Shox with Nitrox (rear) 

You can easily buy Dominar 250  or other bikes by applying for a bike loan through Bajaj Auto Finance. Simply use the EMI calculator on the website and proceed to get a loan. The process is stress-free and effortless. 

Before applying for a bike loan you have to ready required documents like –

Salaried Person:

  • ID Proof: Passport /Photo credit Card/Pan Card /Driver’s License /Voter’s ID/Aadhaar Card/ Identity card with applicant’s photograph issued by Central/ State Government Departments, PSU.
  • Two recent passport size photographs
  • Address Proof: Passport/Driver’s License /Voter’s ID/Utility Bill/Aadhaar card/Bank account or Post Office savings bank account statement. It should be computerized documents issued by PSU, Pvt Sector or MNC Banks only. / Property or Municipal Tax receipt; Address proof in the name of the applicant’s spouse or parents name is acceptable
  • Last 3 month’s salary slips/ Form 16/Latest ITR
  • Last 3 month’s bank statement is mandatory

Self Employed:

  • ID Proof: Passport /Pan Card/Driver’s License/Voter’s ID/Aadhaar Card
    Two recent passport size photographs
  • Address Proof: Passport/Driver’s License /Voter’s ID/Utility Bill/Aadhaar card/Bank account or Post Office savings bank account statement. It should be computerized documents issued by PSU, Pvt Sector or MNC Banks only. (All banks except corporation bank)/ Property or Municipal Tax receipt; Address proof in the name of the applicant’s spouse or parents name is acceptable
  • Latest Income Tax Return (ITR)
  • Last 3 month’s bank statement is mandatory

Conclusion 

Take your time to choose the right Bajaj bike for your requirements and enjoy the daily rides. Bajaj Auto Finance is here to help make your dreams of owning a bike come true. 

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