2012 Bajaj Boxer 150

Bajaj Auto has quietly launched the Boxer 150 in India. The Boxer BM150 is powered by a 150cc engine (no DTSi or the likes here) and tuned for more torque, rather then outright power. The Boxer is aimed at the rural market and is a tractor on 2-wheels according to Rajiv Bajaj. Priced at Rs. 42,000/- (ex-showroom, Pune), the Boxer’s only USP is its loading carrying capacity. All drum brakes, electric start and an analog speedometer adorn this ‘Bharat’ bike. The Boxer is designed for use and abuse in all kinds of terrain. The Boxer’s 150 cc engine produces 12 PS of power and 12.26 Nm of torque, almost 50% more than the standard 100 cc bikes. Bajaj claims that the Boxer features a rugged frame, swing arm and chassis. The all metal body parts, twin spring SNS suspension, bigger tyre and a heavy duty carrier ensure the Boxer is at home in most terrains.

Bajaj Boxer BM150 Specifications

Technical  SpecificationBoxer-BM150
(Elecric start )
Engine & Transmission 
Type4 stroke, air cooled, SOHC
Engine Displacement (cc )144.82
Max Net Power12 Ps @ 7500 rpm
Max Net Torque1.25 Kgm @ 5500 rpm
Starting Kick / Electric Start
No of Gears4-All down
Frame TypeTubular ,  Semi double cradle
FrontTelescopic, 125mm  Fork travel
Rear100 mm rear wheel travel, SNS shocker
Front3.00-17    , Rib pattern.
Rear100/90-17  ,Stud pattern
Fuel tank 
Fuel Tank Capacity  lit11
System12V, AC/DC
Length  mm2016
Width  mm760
Height  mm1028
Wheel Base  mm1285
Vehicle Kerb Weight  Kg123 Domestic
Max Speed  Kmph100
Climbing ability max recommended25% (14°)

2012 Bajaj Boxer BM150