Bajaj has further strengthened its hold in the cruiser bike segment. People love Bajaj Avenger very much in this segment. Coming in the Avenger series are the Avenger 160 Street and 220 Cruise. In such a situation, the company has now patented a new cruiser bike. Its registration name is Bajaj Dynamo. The company was registered on July 7. A render of this bike has surfaced. However, it is too early to say whether the design of the bike will be similar to this render, or different. However, this bike looks very nice in renders. Design-wise, it is similar to the Avenger, but engine-wise, it looks heavy and packed.
Will it run on petrol as well as batteries?
>> After seeing the renders of Bajaj Dynamo it is also speculated that it will run on battery as well as petrol. This can be said because the design of the engine side of the bike is different from normal bikes. If we talk about the Avenger itself, the area near the engine is slightly open, while the Dynamo’s engine area is completely packed. Maybe the battery is fixed here. But like the Avenger, the bike also features a petrol tank. It also doesn’t have the same kick as Avengers. It has disc brakes on both the wheels.
>> Dynamo headlights are completely different. It has two headlamps. Whether it will get LED or halogen, there is no word yet. It will get round shaped side mirrors. It has AS 500 written on its fuel tank. So maybe it will get a 500cc engine. It will get Avenger-like backrest, long seat, silencer, DTSI engine. The dimensions of the bike also seem to be similar to the Avenger.
Pulsar N250 and F250 all black editions have been launched
Bajaj Auto launched the all black variant of the Pulsar last month. These two bikes of Bajaj are Pulsar N250 and Pulsar F250. Compared to the standard model, the company has given dual-channel ABS setup with these two new all black Pulsar 250s. Also, to give a new look, they have been given a great looking paint scheme. The starting ex-showroom price of these two bikes is Rs.1.50 lakh. Compared to the standard model, the company has given dual-channel ABS setup with these two new all black Pulsar 250s.
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