The most interesting aspect of the V15 is that the bike contains metal from the INS Vikrant – India’s first aircraft carrier. In terms of design, Bajaj has stuck to a classic retro appeal, something this segment doesn’t have. But at first glance you’ll be reminded of the Avenger because there’s a certain amount of design inspiration from the cruiser.
The Bajaj V15 gets a 150cc single-cylinder engine, based on the same DTSi engine from the Avenger. It delivers 12bhp at 7500rpm and peak torque of 13Nm at 5500rpm. This engine is mated to a five-speed transmission. The 18-inch front wheel rides on conventional 33mm telescopic front forks while the 16-inch rear wheel rides on dual springs. The brake setup is made up of a 240mm disc brake at the front and a 130mm drum in the rear. In terms of dimensions, the V15 is 2044mm long, 780mm wide and 1070mm tall. The wheelbase stands at 1355mm and the bike tips the scale at 135.5kg.
Single cylinder, 4 stroke, SOHC 2 valve, Air cooled, DTS-i
12.0 @ 7500
12.7 @ 5500
Twin shocks, Nitrox(Gas filled)
240 mm Disc
130 mm drum
90/90 - 18, Tubeless type
120/80-16, Tubeless type
12 V,4 Ah VRLA
LED tail lamp
Pumped Up Fuel Tank With Frontal Mass
Ergonomic Handlebar For Wide Open Chest Feeling