The Bajaj launched New V12 in India.Bajaj Auto has now added a front disc brake variant to the V12.
Apart from the addition of a front disc brake, the Bajaj V12 gets no other changes. It continues to get the same body graphics, slimmer (than the V15) tubeless tyres.
The motorcycle gets 13 litres of fuel tank capacity and has an overall kerb weight of not more than 133 kgs.
The Bajaj V12 features the same 124.45 cc air-cooled, single cylinder engine of DTS-i type that is tuned to make a maximum power of 10.5 bhp. The engine is a little torque friendly and is capable of making a peak torque of 10.9 Nm. The transmission duties are done by the same 5-speed gearbox as earlier.
The Bajaj V12 is a direct rival to the Hero Glamour and the Honda CB Shine. The Honda Shine is presently the leader of the 125 cc commuter motorcycle segment and churns out around 55,000 units per month, while the Hero Glamour sells around 40,000 units per minute. In comparison to them, the V12 is much more inferior and clocks at just around 6,000 units per month.
The new Bajaj V12 disc brake variant is given an exclusive showroom price of Rs. 60,000 in New Delhi and the bookings starting soon.