Bajaj Auto Launches Bajaj Platina 125

Friday, March 12, 2010

Bajaj Platina 125
Recently, Bajaj Auto introduced new Platina 125 in Indian market. On this occasion, Mr. S Sridhar who is the CEO (Two Wheeler) of Bajaj Auto Ltd said, “The new Platina 125cc is a workhorse with premium features like Electric Start and 5-Speed gear box as standard. This bike makes for easy commuting even on rough roads and provides an amazing value for money package.” The statement was published in www.zigwheels.com, an online news portal about Auto industry.

Further the news portal writes about Bajaj Platina 125 price, “The price-tag of Rs. 36,000 (ex-showroom, Delhi), makes the new Platina the cheapest motorcycle in the country with an electric start as a standard fitment.” I think the price tag is very affordable in Indian motor bike market. At first, price of the bike attracts almost all Indian consumers.

In the consequence the news portal writes, “With the new Platina 125, the Akurdi-based bike-maker is once again hoping to strengthen its position in the steadily growing mass motorcycle segment. The entry-level motorcycle market cannot be ignored by any bike-maker, as this segment packs in immense potential for multiple players to successfully thrive in a densely populated country like ours.” Sure, the Platina 125 creates some hope to strengthen the Indian motorcycle segment.

About overall looks of Platina 125 the news portal writes, “Apart from new graphics and all-black paint scheme, externally the design remains unchanged. In the melee of the 100cc workhorses, the Platina is also the only one to feature a 5-speed transmission at such an incredible price-tag.”

Overall, the new bike of Bajaj Auto - Platina 125 gives a new looks in motorcycle segment of India. It is as affordable as featured with newer technology and beautiful design.

We already have seen the performance of Bajaj Pulsar 135LS in Indian market. Now, new bike Bajaj Platina 125 is ready to hit the Indian motorcycle market.

1 comments:

marina said...

Some times we ignore the promotion freebies that come with the motor oil that we buy.. Recently i bought a Castrol promotion pack for my bike but wasn't informed by the dealer that the scratch card offer to enter the lucky draw to go to South Africa World cup games and the dealer has assured gifts that we can collect at the time of purchase. Make sure you ask your service dealers for the contest details if you buy one in the near future and collect your assured gift :)

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