Bajaj V15 is made from the scrap metal of India's first aircraft carrier INS Vikrant. This warship was used in Indo-Pak war of 1971. In 2014 this ship was scrapped for steel and the fuel tank assembly of V15 is made from this. This 150cc motorcycle is the beginning of new commuter series from Bajaj motorcycles, which will be revealed in years to come. V15 is entirely different from all other 150cc class motorcycles from Bajaj. The new styling comprises a cafe racer attitude as well as an urban commuter.
The main attraction of this bike is the new trapezoidal headlamp with efficient brightness and the new sculpted fuel tank. Both these are standout features of the motorcycle. Megaphone style exhaust kit, multi spoke alloy wheels and new painting scheme are spot on highlights. The rear section of V15 comprises a well designed handle bar and LED tail lamps. The optional rear seat cowl too is fashionable. This can be removed just by using an allen key. The 149cc engine produces 12PS power @ 7,500 rpm and 13Nm torque @5,500 rpm with a 5-speed gear box. Bajaj guarantees a mouth watering 75 kmpl mileage and a top speed of 109 kmph.
-Most affordable stylish 150cc bike.
-Fuel Efficiency and larger fuel tank.
-Stylish, cafe racer kind of back cowl.
-Wider tyres results in more riding confidence and enhanced looks.
-The front and rear portion of this bike doesn't match well enough.
-The design of the headlamp is very odd and dull.
-Limited number of variants to choose from.
-Instrument cluster lacks detailed informations.
Bajaj V15 is available in following colours - Pearl White, Ebony Black
Pumped up fuel tank with frontal mass
Imposing front fascia
33 Dia big front forks
Ergonomic handlebar for wide open chest feeling
Double cradle construction for better rigidity
Large disc brake
Bold Sporty graphics
Classic Led tail Lamp
Premium Instrument panel with color changing led fuel indicator
10 spoke aluminium cast wheel design