Bajaj Auto is all set to rival Royal Enfield’s Classic range with some new bikes while the Pulsar VS 400 will compete with the Himalayan. Competition in the Indian 2-wheeler market is rife and a lot of new segments are opening up. Companies are developing new products to enter different segments. Bajaj Auto, as we […]
Bajaj 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.