Bajaj Auto

Bajaj Auto NewsBajaj Auto is one of the oldest 2-wheeler manufacturers in India who started producing scooters in the 1960. With the shift in demand from scooters to motorcycles, Bajaj Auto stopped making scooters completely, thereby focussing entirely on bikes. Bajaj Auto is the third largest 2-wheeler company in the world and the second largest in India, offering a host of motorcycles including the highly famous Bajaj Pulsar and Bajaj Discover. Bajaj Auto also makes 3-wheelers and will foray into the 4-wheeler segment with the launch of the Bajaj RE60 quadricycle. Bajaj Auto is based out of Pune and has multiple plants in India. The company exports its products globally and has plans to do 50% sales of total production in markets outside of India. Bajaj Auto owns 47% of Austrian motorcycle manufacturer KTM.

Bajaj Auto’s Exports Are Likely To Take Over Domestic Sales

Bajaj currently exports around 50 percent of its current sales, which is expected to grow further with the company witnessing increasing demand for its products in international markets. While the Indian auto market has been sluggish for Bajaj Auto in recent months, the company has been growing steadily globally and is now expecting sales overseas […]

Bajaj To Launch New Commuter Brand For The Masses

After facing a down-slaught in sales in the commuter segment, Bajaj is now readying a new brand to tackle Hero MotoCorp and Honda. The two-wheeler market in India is a very huge one and even though sales of performance bikes are gaining momentum, it is largely the commuter segment that still has the most market […]

Bajaj Setting Up New Manufacturing Facility At Chakan In 2016

The new manufacturing facility will be located close to Bajaj’s existing factory at Chakan, Pune and will have an annual production capacity of 6 lakh units. A positive year for Bajaj Auto with the arrival of the new range of Pulsars, the Pune-based automaker is now looking to set up a new manufacturing facility in […]

Bajaj Won’t Make Scooters, Says Doesn’t Want To Be GM

Like all great companies, Bajaj Auto wants to make one thing right and will concentrate all its resources on making motorcycles and won’t enter the scooter market. In December 2009, Bajaj Auto formally announced that it will not be making scooters anymore as the segment wasn’t performing as per the company’s expectations thereby closing the […]

Bajaj Auto Sales Continue To Decline In March 2015

Bajaj is looking to bounce back and regain its market share after launching the Pulsar RS 200. Future product launches may help the company as well, but recent sales figures have not been good. All of us are now largely aware of how Bajaj lost its hold in the two-wheeler market with its delayed launches and […]

Bajaj Compares New CT 100 With Rivals [Spec Comparo]

The CT 100 has been revived after almost a decade and is targeted at rural India while the new Platina 100 ES is targeted at an urban population. Having lost its market share in the 100cc commuter space, Bajaj Auto is going all out to ensure that the company reclaims considerable volumes in the segment […]

Bajaj Auto’s Share Price Hits Nine Month Low Due To Poor Sales

In a new blow, Bajaj Auto shares hit a nine-month low due to poor sales in India and other export markets. The company lost market share to rivals Honda and TVS. Bajaj Auto has been sharply losing its market share and presence in the domestic motorcycle market. As a result of this, TVS has overtaken […]

Bajaj Chetak Set To Make A Comeback

Bajaj is planning to bring back the famous Chetak to India to capitalize on the now booming scooter industry. The scooter industry has been booming in India with Honda’s first scooter, the Activa dominating the pack. Activa sales at times has also beaten the very popular Hero Splendor and has remained the sole choice of commuters from all […]

Bajaj Auto To Re-Think Scooter Strategy

Bajaj Auto is likely re-think its scooter strategy and may re-enter the market with a new product. The iconic Chetak name might make a comeback too. The makers of the legendary Chetak decided to exit the scooter market six years back. But now, it looks like it is time for the Managing Director of Bajaj, […]

Bajaj Reports 21% Decline In Motorcycle Sales In February 2015

Bajaj has been losing out to its rivals for quite some time now and will be hoping to bring cheer to its disappointed fans with a range of new bikes waiting to be launched. Bajaj Auto recently revived its 100cc offering, the CT 100 for the Indian market and is now also shortly going to launch the much […]

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