Bajaj V (Vikrant) 125 Model

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Rs. 58,458 - 60,553*

  Ex-Showroom Price (Rs)
Bajaj V (Vikrant) 125 Variants
Bajaj V (Vikrant) 125 Model Overview
    • Appearance
       Bajaj V12 Appearance

      Bajaj V12, a new player in the commuter segment from Pune-based two-wheeler maker. Look Wise, a replica of the famed cafe racer styled motorcycle, the V15, which has been crafted by the metal of decommissioned aircraft carrier warship, INS Vikrant. Aesthetically, available in the two shades of Wine Red and Ebony Black, Bajaj V12, a 125cc motorcycle is adorned with features inherited from its sibling- the V15. It has the similar body graphics, curvy headlamp, upright handlebar, cafe racer style seat along with removable cowl as well as the foot pegs, saree guard, etc are some other significance. The new fitment on this downsized version consists newly designed twin 5-spoke alloy wheels, which flaunts a quite different yet sportier appeal. Both the wheels are affluent with drum brakes to keep the price in the budget. These are some other and major highlights of the Bajaj V12:

      • Stylish Body Graphics
      • V-Logo on Fuel Tank
      • Cafe Racer Styled Handlebar and Seat
      • Conventional Front Forks
      • New 5 Spoke Alloy Wheels
      • Drum Brakes
    • Technology
       Bajaj V12 Technology

      On the technological end, Bajaj is renowned for bringing new and innovative additions in its motorcycles. The novice V12 is also featured with a host of key attributes, which makes it a convenient tourer in asking price rate. These few bits comprises, analog instrument cluster, retuned DTS-i engine with Exhaust Tec technology for BS-IV emission norms compliance as well as the wet multi-plate clutch for a smoother gear shift. Other technological aspects are:

      • Analog Instrument Cluster
      • 12 V,4Ah VRLA (MF)
      • Improved Suspension
      • Digital Twin Spark Ignition
      • Electric Start
    • Power and Mileage
      Bajaj V12 Engine

      The Bajaj V12, falls in the commuter genre, which always been known best for the daily commute. As the motorcycle of this segment offers a healthy fuel economy alongside an adept biking performance. The new V12 holds the hand of a 124.6cc, Single cylinder, 2-valve, DTS-i with ExhausTEC engine for propelling the bike. The bolted engine in association with the 5-speed manual gearbox transmission spits out the maximum power of 10.8bhp at 8000rpm and 10.8Nm of peak torque at 5500 rpm. Other power and mileage specs are:

      • 124.6cc motor
      • Bharat Stage IV (BS4) Engine
      • Max Power: 10.7 BHP of power at 7500 RPM
      • Maximum Torque: 10.9 NM of torque at 5500 RPM
      • DTS-i with Exhaust TEC
      • 5-Speed Manual Transmission
    • Safety
      Bajaj Dominar 400 Safety

      On safety end, V12 will definitely win the market in this segment as it is fitted with necessary advanced features. It has promising safety components as ABS integrated disc brakes, durable chassis, and promising suspension set-up. Other safety attributes to save rider’s life are as follow:

      • Front Telescopic Suspension
      • Rear Twin Shocks
      • Front and Rear Drum Brake
      • Durable Chassis
      • Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
    • Colors - Bajaj V12 (Vikrant)
      • Bajaj Vikrant 125 BlackBlack