Explore the best-selling Bajaj motorbikes in the Bangladeshi market right here, where you’ll also get the latest pricing info for every Bajaj model sold there. New photos and short specs for the Bajaj motorcycle are available here.
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 Fi (ABS)
Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Fi (ABS) comes with 160.3cc oil-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 128 KMPH with average 38 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 (DD)
Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 (DD) comes with 160.3cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 120 KMPH with average 38 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 (ABS)
Bajaj Pulsar 150 (ABS) comes with 149.5cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 122 KMPH with 40 KMPL mileage.
Pulsar 150 (DD)
Pulsar 150 (DD) comes with 149.5cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 122 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.
Pulsar 150 (SD)
Pulsar 150 (SD) comes with 149.5cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 122 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj Pulsar Neon 150 (SD)
Bajaj Pulsar Neon 150 (SD) comes with 149.5cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 110 KMPH with average 40 KMPL mileage.
Avenger Street 160 (ABS)
Bajaj Avenger Street 160 (ABS) comes with 160cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 100 KMPH with average 38 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj Discover 125 (disc)
Bajaj Discover 125 (disc) comes with 124.6cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 100 KMPH with average 55 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj Discover 110 (disc)
Bajaj Discover 110 (disc) comes with 115.5cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 105 KMPH with average 70 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear
Bajaj Platina 110 H Gear (disc) comes with 115.5cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 90 KMPH with average 70 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj Platina 100 ES (drum)
Bajaj Platina 100 ES (drum) comes with 99.3cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 90 KMPH with average 70 KMPL mileage.
Bajaj CT 100 ES (drum)
Bajaj CT 100 ES (drum) comes with 99.3cc air-cooled engine. Its approx top speed is 90 KMPH with average 80 KMPL mileage.
History of Bajaj Bike in Bangladesh
Bajaj, an established name in the Indian motorcycle industry, has enjoyed tremendous success in the Bangladeshi market for many years. Quality items, such as Bajaj’s two and three-wheelers, are always well-received by the people of Bangladesh. In fact, in Bangladesh, Bajaj is the most well-respected brand name overall.
Bajaj initially focused on the motorcycle industry in Bangladesh, but expanded into the three-wheeler sector as well. However, in Bangladesh, Bajaj motorcycles and bicycles have been hugely successful. Models of their motorcycles and bicycles achieved extraordinary success in the Bangladeshi market. To give just one example, the Bajaj Discover 125 is often regarded as the best motorcycle in its price range, both in terms of style and performance.
However, Bajaj also offers the fantastic entry-level, fuel-efficient, and colorful bike known as the Bajaj Platina 100. The Bajaj Pulsar 150, to name another of the company’s products, is the most revered and powerful top-level popular standard motorcycle.
In the context of Bangladesh, Bajaj motorcycles are well regarded. That’s why Bajaj controls nearly 70% of the Bangladeshi motorbike market. Clearly, then, Bajaj dominates the Bangladesh motorbike market.
Bajaj Auto, formerly known as M/s Bachraj Trading Corporation Private Limited, first entered the Indian market in 1944. It was granted a manufacturing license in 1959. Eventually, in 1986, Bajaj released their first motorcycle.
Uttara Motors Ltd., a prestigious company in Bangladesh, is the exclusive dealer of Bajaj Auto India, the parent company of Bajaj. They have done a good job at marketing, especially with Bajaj motorcycles. Therefore, Bajaj established this pivotal role in Bangladesh.
Launching motorcycles or bicycles in Bangladesh is illegal per regulations set forth by the Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA). Importing motorcycles into Bangladesh is restricted by the Bangladesh Road Transport Authority (BRTA) due to engine cc limits. Motorcycles with engines smaller than 165cc are now the only type allowed for import into Bangladesh.
History of Bajaj
India’s second-largest and the world’s sixth-largest motorcycle manufacturer Bajaj Auto has been there for over 60 years now. Bajaj in India has always been a company that always had people’s trust, having successfully changed its image from a scooter manufacturer to a motorcycle manufacturer, but Raja Auto has grown its operations in 50 countries across the world.
Bajaj also happens to be the world’s largest three-wheeler manufacturer. Bajaj came into existence on the 29th of November 1945 as Bajaj trading corporation Private Limited. Initially, it used to import and sell two and three-wheelers in the country. It was only after 1959 that the company started to manufacture two and three-wheelers.
The first launch of Bajaj was the Vespa 150 in the year 1960 it was launched under the license of Piaggio the name Vespa prospered for over a decade.
In the year 1971, the company started to launch the three-wheeler goods carrier, just a year after that Bajaj Auto launched its ever-famous Bajaj Chetak.
The chetak was an affordable means of transportation for millions of Indian families for decades and thus began the slogan, ‘’Hamara Bajaj’’.The license agreement with Vespa expired in the year 1977. However, the production continued and Bajaj launched the Bajaj super the then status icon of Indian families.
In the year 1977 under the new license agreement between Maharashtra scooters and Bajaj Auto. Bajaj Priya was launched it was a three geared scooter and in the same year, the company also released a rear-engine auto rickshaw.
Almost after four years in the year, 1981 Bajaj launched the m50 it took another 5years for it to come up with an upgraded version the budget m80 m50 saw very little success whereas the MIT turned out to be one of the flagship products for Bajaj.
The same year Bajaj partnered with Kawasaki to bring in the KB series. Production began in 1986 and went on till 1996. The very first two products of this partnership work of the Esaki Bajaj KB hundred and the Kawasaki Bajaj TB 125.
In the year 1997, the Kawasaki Bajaj boxer and the re diesel autorickshaw was introduced and in the following year, the Kawasaki Bajaj Scalable was introduced.
This bike was capable of reaching 95km/h. This year had yet another remarkable achievement for the Bajaj legend.
India’s first four-stroke scooter a four-stroke motor meant that no oil has to be mixed with the gas which resulted in low emissions and high efficiency. In 1999 Bajaj came up with yet another scooter net called the spirit ideal for college students it was powered by a two-stroke 60 CC single cylinder and air-cooled engine it was one of the 80 models Bajaj Auto launched in 18 months.
One achievement that Bajaj made the same year was that a caliber motorcycle hit 100,000 sales in a record 12 months’ time. By the start of the new century, it was the time when Bajaj entered the premium commuter bike segment with its passage bulger brand; the very first pulsar was launched in the year 2001.
The same year the Kawasaki Bajaj Eliminator was also launched.
The next three years witnessed a range of launches the most remarkable of them being the introduction of Bajaj’s proprietary D TSI engine configuration. The year 2004 started with the unveiling of the new brand identity turning a new symbol logo and the brand line.
The year gets credit for the launch of Bajaj discovered ETSI Bajaj City 100 and the new Bajaj Chetak four-stroke with wonder gear it was basically a cheetah with an easy gear shift. Bajaj Platinum was launched in April 2006 and crossed sales of 500,000 units within eight months of its launch.
2007 marked the launch of Bajaj pulses to iconic motorcycles 200cc pulsar. Under pulsar 220 the following year Bajaj Xcb125 DTS I was launched which became the largest-selling 125cc motorcycle.
In the first quarter of 2012 Bajaj geared up again and unveiled the RE6 T a mini four-wheeler for intra-city urban transportation. Bajaj re 60 was expected to challenge the supremacy of the Tata Nano,
but the eventful launch was that of the KTM Duke 200 the orange color was everywhere with great publicity measures being taken by the company. In 2017 Bajaj and Kawasaki ended the 33-year-old partnership. It is also to be noted Bajaj is one of the owners of KTM.
On 8 August 2017 Bajaj Auto and Triumph motorcycles UK announced a global partnership where Bajaj gained access to the iconic Triumph brand and it’s great motorcycles enabling it to offer a wider range of motorcycles within the domestic market and other international markets.
In 2018 Bajaj Auto and KTM joined forces yet again to roll out the Husqvarna motorcycles globally. We’ve almost reached the end of history but before we leave there is something worth saying About Bajaj yacht’s pulsar line is a line of motorcycles produced which are very popular. Especially in the younger folks over the years Bajaj via its Pulsar brand became a figure that had the ability to promote a new level of motorcycles.
For instance, before the popularity of the pulsar 150, no one in India would buy a 150 cc segment motorcycle. The same goes for the 180 CC segment and the 200 cc segment motorcycles as well. 200 cc segment became a standard in itself which seemed very above for the commuter segment.
Bajaj since day 1 has had the trust of people right from the days of Chetak well Bajaj brought to them a cheap and reliable mode of transportation. Bajaj has been able to carry this trust all this long, and this is helping Bajaj push the motorcycle commuting segment; especially in India to a whole new level.
Two fun facts About Bajaj
- The well-loved Bajaj Chetak derives its name from the legendary horse of Maharaja Rana Pratap Singh Chetak.
- One out of every two-wheeler passenger carrier is a pulsar.