Baja Auto, India's key maker in two wheeler industry revealed its commuter motorcycle Boxer BM 100. The motorcycle has been specially crafted aiming middle class wagers who care mileage. The bike resembles a miscellaneous of discontinued CT 100, Boxer(100cc), and unsuccessful Boxer 150. However, the younger sibling of Boxer 150, BM 100 will be replacing the position of CT 100 that reigned motorcycle market at times.
The bike doesn't look cool and sporty either. It strikes out only to attract economical customers who want cheaper two wheelers affording higher mileage. The Boxer BM is expected to be priced at Rs.42,000. Comparing other 100cc machines, the BM 100 runs in a powerful 100cc engine which produces enormous power up to 7.6bhp and maximum torque of 7.5Nm. The engine is described that borrowed from Discover 100 Dtsi. Since the bike is from Bajaj family, it is anticipated to provide 80+ mileage. The motor has been built as simple as possible without front disc brake, mere graphics and normal seating, in order to reduce the manufacturing price of the outcome product and to achieve more customers. Moreover, it doesn't have even visor over the headlamp alike Boxer 150.
Meanwhile, Bajaj commenced exporting BM 100 renaming to BM 100 ES to Nigeria, where commuter bikes are much essential. "Bajaj Auto is committed to servicing its customers by improving on our product delivery to our customers in order to meet up with the economic state. This new innovation of Boxer BM100 ES has been technically upgraded to meet the essential expectation of our customers and riders in order to serve them better" said Mr. Vidyadhar Joshi, Manager International Marketing of Bajaj Auto, while addressing the press. Earlier, Hero Motocorp had officially announced that they also would be exporting motorcycles to African countries.
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