Bajaj Vikrant 125 Drum
Bajaj V12 is powered by a 125cc DTS-i engine, Designing part is featured by the sculpted fuel tank, chrome-rimmed headlamp, and tail lamp attempt to give it a neo-retro look. The handlebar and the neutral set footpegs give it the run of the mill suburban seating position. It will likewise get the removable back cowl which can change over the V12 into a solitary seater. The simple instrument group gets a fundamental and moderate outline.
Bajaj Vikrant 125 Drum Full Specifications
|Engine Type||4 stroke, SOHC, DTS-i, BS-IV Engine|
|No. of Cylinders||Single|
|Valves Per Cylinder||Two|
|Maximum Power||10.7 BHP @ 7500 RPM|
|Maximum Torque||10.9 NM @ 5500 RPM|
|Starter System||Self Start/Kick Start|
CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION
|Front Suspension||30 mm Fork Travel|
|Rear Suspension||Twin shocks, Nitrox(Gas filled), 106 mm rear wheel travel|
|Front Brake||130 dia Drum|
|Rear Brake||130 dia Drum|
TYRES AND WHEELS
|Front Tyre Size||2.75-18|
|Rear Tyre Size||100/90-16|
|Wheel Size (inches)||16|
|Tyres Types||Tube Type, Unidirectional|
|Tail Light||Classic LED|
|Headlamp||HS1 35/35W, Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)|
DIMENSIONS & WEIGHT
|Ground Clearance (mm)||165|
FUEL ECONOMY AND CAPACITY
|Fuel Tank Capacity (litres)||13.00|
|Fuel Consumption City (kmpl)||55.00|
|Fuel Consumption Highway (kmpl)||60.00|
SAGMart Reviews on Bajaj Vikrant 125 Drum
The Bajaj V12 is the lowered version of the V15. it was under pipeline right since the elder version V15 was conceptualized. Besides featuring a piece of decommissioned India’s first aircraft carrier, INS Vikrant on the fuel tank, the V12 now features a new 125cc motor and misses out on some equipment in an effort to lower the costing of the motorcycle.
- Unique Design
- V- 3D Emblem on Fuel Tank
- New Graphics
- Black Finished Rear Panel & Front Mudguard
- Exclusive Paint Scheme New
- Lightweight Alloys
Power and Mileage:
As the company claims the Bajaj V12 uses an all-new powertrain built inspired from the 125cc motor of the Discover model. The 124.5cc, air-cooled, single cylinder engine that is BS-IV compliant is rated to develop 10.7PS at 7,500rpm and transmits 11Nm at 5,500rpm via a mated five-speed gearbox. In the segment, the equipped gearbox is a plus as compared to the competition in case of highway speeds. Better low and mid-range torque Great Pickup Comparatively Refined Mill Than V15 Easy 80kmph Cruising in Fifth Gear
Handling and Riding:
The V12 is based on the similar chassis of the V15. However, the suspension got refined with the introduction of narrow front forks and carried over rear shocks of the V15. The suspension setup in question is really impressive as it offers a better ride quality over broken roads and nasty potholes. The provided set of MRF Kurve tyres is much better than the Ceats of the V15.
At the safety front, the V12 is blessed with a set of refined suspension setup mounted over the wheels covered with MRF Kurve tyres. More grippy and better in traction than the Ceats of the V15. The braking setup comprises drum brake units at both ends and was adequate at best. However, there is no match for the power transmitted by the disc brakes as compared to drum units.
Priced at INR 56,283 (ex-Delhi), Bajaj V12 is a unique proposition for the prospective buyers in 125cc segment. It looks different, offer impressive ride quality with a nice powertrain. Other than this, the motorcycle is capable of covering a long distance on highways. No disc brakes, no AHO, expected to include later in time. The thing which you will get with the V-motorcycle is a piece of history.