Forgotten Bajaj bikes and scooters (Part 4)

Bajaj KB100 RTZ

Forgotten Bajaj bikes and scooters (Part 4)

The Bajaj KB100 RTZ was an entry-level commuter motorcycle that got its power from a 99.7cc, 2-stroke, single-cylinder engine. The KB100 RTZ offered the longest wheelbase in its segment.

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Bajaj KB 125

As you would have guessed it, the Bajaj KB 125 was the successor of the KB 100. It looked enough like its predecessor and was introduced to take on the likes of Suzuki Shaolin and Yamaha RX135.

Bajaj SX Enduro

Forgotten Bajaj bikes and scooters (Part 4)

The Bajaj Enduro was a rather rugged-looking version of the KB 100 RTZ. It looked quite sporty but shared the engine and the suspension with the KB 100 RTZ.

Bajaj 4S Champion

Forgotten Bajaj bikes and scooters (Part 4)

The Bajaj Kawasaki 4S Champion was another commuter motorcycle that Bajaj developed with assistance from Kawasaki. It was powered by a 99.3cc aluminium, air-cooled, 4-stroke engine benefitted from Kawasaki’s R.A.C.E technology. The motor offered a maximum power of 7 bhp at 8,500 RPM.

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Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTSi

Forgotten Bajaj bikes and scooters (Part 4)

The Bajaj Pulsar 200 has to be one of the most fun-to-ride motorcycles BAL has ever sold. The Pulsar 200 was launched alongside the 220 DTS-Fi and became the favourite of many thrill-seekers. It also became one of the first oil-cooled motorcycles from Bajaj Auto Ltd. It came with a long list of features, which included bits like semi-digital speedo console, split seats, clip-on-style handlebar, and a wide 120-section rear tire.