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Key Specs

149.5 ccEngine
57 KmplMileage
109 KmphTop Speed
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BikeDekho Verdict for V15

What we like

  • Distinctive design
  • Low seat height
  • Torquey engine good for city use

What we don’t like

  • Basic Instrument Cluster, No Tripmeter
  • Tiny Pillion Seat
  • Needs more power for highway use

V15 Price and Variants

VariantV15 STD
Ex-Showroom Price63,680
Start MechanismKick and Self Start
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
Tyre & WheelAlloy
Available Colour(s)Ebony Black, Cocktail Wine Red, Ocean Blue

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Bajaj V15 On road Price in India

MumbaiRs 70,682
KolkataRs 76,445
HyderabadRs 72,107
GurgaonRs 69,259
BangaloreRs 74,494
ChennaiRs 74,520
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Bajaj V15 Specifications

Mileage57 Kmpl
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
Wheel TypeAlloy
StartingKick and Self Start
Fuel Capacity13 Ltrs
Engine TypeSingle Cylinder, 4 Stroke, SOHC 2 Valve, Air Cooled, DTS-i
Displacement149.5 cc
Maximum Speed109 Kmph
Gear Box5 Speed
Fuel TypePetrol
Engine and Transmission
Engine TypeSingle Cylinder, 4 Stroke, SOHC 2 Valve, Air Cooled, DTS-i
Displacement149.5 cc
Mileage57 Kmpl
Maximum Power12.0 PS @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque12.7 Nm @ 5500 rpm
StartingKick and Self Start
Maximum Speed109 Kmph
Cooling SystemAir Cooled
Gear Box5 Speed
ClutchWet, Multi Plate
No. of Cylinders1
Drive TypeChain
Valves (per cylinder)2
Bore47 mm
Stroke58.8 mm
Supply SystemCarburetor
Transmission TypeManual
Tyres and Brakes
Tyre SizeFront :-90/90 - 18, Rear :-120/80 - 16
Tyre TypeTubeless
Radial TyresYes
Wheel SizeFront :-18 inch, Rear :-16 inch
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider)25 psi
Optimum Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)25 psi
Front Brake Diameter240 mm
Rear Brake Diameter130 mm
Features and Safety
Body GraphicsYes
Carry HookNo
Seat TypeSingle
ConsoleAnalogue and Digital
Passenger BackrestNo
Step-up SeatYes
Passenger FootrestYes
Underseat StorageNo
Distance to Empty IndicatorNo
Chassis and Suspension
Chassis/FrameDouble-Cradle Chassis
Front SuspensionTelescopic
Rear SuspensionTwin shocks, Nitrox(Gas filled)
Length2040 mm
Height1069 mm
Width785 mm
Ground Clearance165 mm
Saddle Height780 mm
Kerb Weight133 Kg
Wheelbase1315 mm
Fuel Capacity13 Ltrs
Head Lamp55/60 W
Tail LampLED
Turn Signal LampBulb
Pass SwitchYes
Battery TypeMaintenance Free
Battery Capacity12 V - 4 Ah VRLA
Low Fuel IndicatorYes
Pilot LampsYes
LED Tail LightClassic LED
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  • A Head Turner In Budget

    Mar 31, 2016 by Neeraj Upadhyay

    I was planning to buy a powerful and stylish bike within a budget of Rs. 75,000 and I went to Bajaj's showroom to check out the Pulsar 135 LS. The salesman asked me to check out a new motorcycle there and there I met the Bajaj V15 and it's..........Read more

  • Great Work By Bajaj Auto Feeling Patriotic

    Mar 31, 2016 by Sandeep Sharma

    I booked the Bajaj V15 on March 25th, 2016. Though I haven’t got the delivery, I took the test ride on the same day. I liked it pretty much as the bike has a torquey engine as compared to any other 150cc motorcycle. Bajaj is using its popular DTSi..........Read more

  • Worst Bike As Per My Knowledge

    Apr 18, 2016 by Vishnu

    I purchased V15 on April 8th 2016 at Sri Siddi Vinayaka Showroom, Begumpet, Hyderabad. For the first two days it was fine and then started showing the list of problems in it 1) Poor Pickup - On any gear it doesn't feel like a 150cc bike(not..........Read more

  • Dont Buy Bajaj V15 No Of Issues Faced

    Apr 16, 2016 by pawan yadav

    I'd like to mention that I've purchased Bajaj v15 on dt. 28.03.2016 from dealer TCS & sons (Faridabad). Problem faced:- Oil leakage from engine, Noise from engine due to PISTON EXCORIATION, chain set started rattle, shockers have started..........Read more

Bajaj V15 Expert Review

February 29, 2016: Bajaj had unveiled its 150cc motorcycle, V15 on February 1, just before the 2016 Auto Expo.The prices of V15 are finally confirmed and the bike is priced at Rs. 61,999 in Delhi, Rs. 62,820 in Mumbai, Rs. 63,682 in Chennai and Rs. 65,495 in Kolkata (all prices ex-showroom). Its official launch will take place in March and the deliveries are expected to start soon after that. This latest offering from Bajaj will compete with the likes of Yamaha SZ-RR V2.0 and Hero MotoCorp Achiever. 

When the Bajaj V was first spied, weeks preceding its launch, we wondered what the design team at Bajaj had been sniffing. Taking a look at those spy shots, the bike had looked like a botch-job of a Pulsar front and Avenger rear. It was difficult to imagine that the bike would even be accepted as a viable option in a segment with such well-designed bikes as the Honda Unicorn, Yamaha SZ-RR and others. However, when it was finally unveiled, we stopped in our tracks for a moment - it is that attractive. 

It carries an air of freshness with its fine balance of upright seating position and cruiser comfort owing to the large front, small back wheel setup. It is butch, muscular even, and looks solid due to its compacted aesthetic. 

Up front is a large 60-watt headlamp - powerful for its segment - with 2 pilot lamps on either top corner, and sports an inverted triangle shaped windscreen, reminiscent of a ship’s hull (references much?). The headlamp also gets a chrome surround to lend it a premium touch. This along with the stubby side indicators gives the V a solid face. 

The 90mm EuroGrip tyre on 18-inch front wheel hints at the capability of the bike, while the fat 33-mm front forks enhance the muscle factor.

Moving to the sides only consolidates this strong impression further. The large 13-litre sculpted tank with muscular-looking flanks carries the INS Vikrant-inspired 3D ‘V’ insignia. The tank and side panel also receive thick sporty red stripes to accentuate the detailing. The fuel tank cap also bears the INS Vikrant insignia as a reminder of the V’s origin. 

The company claims to have acquired metal from the dismantled warship and is using it to form part of the tank, and says it has enough metal to last 20,000 units per month manufacture for two years. 

The seat is well-contoured, not as padded as others in the segment, and carries a segment first - a cowl to cover the pillion seat. When attached, the cowl gives the V a single-seater look and blends into the rear rather beautifully. The black painted wheels feature 5 sporty dual-spokes. The black-painted upswept exhaust further enhances its powerful presence.

It is at the rear where the look is truly distinguished, with an extended rear and integrated LED tail lamp, which also gets a chrome surround. This gives it a classic cruiser look from the rear head-on angle. While the size and shape of the tail lamp make us wonder if it’ll hinder visibility, we rest assured knowing that the bright LED lamps will light it up rather clearly. 

The 120mm rear tyre sits on a 16-inch rim, and its high profile makes it look big. Under the seat is a red-coloured grab rail that has been shaped to be in tune with the seat and cowl and becomes a good detail to break the monotony of the black seat and rear panel, especially on the Ebony Black variant.

The Bajaj V has a wheelbase of 1315mm with a 780mm seat height, and a compact overall length of 2044mm, compared to the Honda CB Unicorn’s 2095mm.

The instrumentation cluster is nothing elaborate but functional and gets a light-up Bajaj logo next to the speedometer. It also gets a digital fuel level indicator which changes colour depending on the amount of fuel left and can serve as a good reminder for those of us who choose to fill, shut, forget.

Overall, the design is so unique that it will polarise opinion - whether you will fall in love with it, or not at all. In either case, there is no ignoring the Bajaj V and it is definitely a head turner.


The Bajaj V is powered by a 149.5cc, 4-stroke, air-cooled DTS-i engine that is coupled to a 5-speed transmission. However, unlike its donor bike, Pulsar 150, this engine produces a lower maximum power of 11.76bhp at 7,500rpm with high peak torque of 13Nm at 5,500rpm. The engine is touted to return a fuel efficiency figure of around 60 kmpl. That usable power and an excellent fuel economy puts the bike in a squarely practical bracket, and will hold a much wider appeal than the Pulsar could in this segment. 



Sporting a 240mm wave pattern disc brake up front and 130mm drum at the rear as standard, the Bajaj V rides confidently and can come to a halt in a hurry. The tyres help translate this braking power in real-world conditions, and do their job well, but brakes lack some feel due to the cushioned ride. The bike sports large rectangular mirrors for easy view and has bright lamps at both ends to make sure visibility remains high.

The peak torque coming in early translates into the bike being better suited to quick take-offs in traffic as well as smooth cruises with a powerful mid-range. However, with all the power coming in early, the bike is certainly not a rev-monster. At the same time, it is premium enough to not seem like a newer Discover series. 

The front telescopic suspension with 33mm conventional forks do their job well in eliminating vibrations and potholes with ease. The rear twin hydraulic springs and gas-charged shock absorbers work in tandem with the 16-inch rear wheel sporting 120mm tyre, to offer a supple ride. 

The ride refinement, so far considered a Honda trait, is now an open battlefield and we feel the V outdoes the ageing competition with its unique weight distribution and tyre setup. Its shorter wheelbase makes it more flexible in urban conditions and increases the rider’s confidence, with easier flickability. This is aided by the low 136 kg kerb weight of the motorcycle.

About town, the raised handlebar provides comfortable reach enabling an upright ride position. The seat feels adequate despite the seemingly low padding, but its long-term comfort will become clear over time.

BikeDekho Verdict

"The Bajaj V15 is the latest 150cc offering from Bajaj and is positioned as a 150cc commuter, USP of the bike is INS Vikrant's connect, metal on the b

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V15 Colors

There are 1 variant(s) available. ​Bajaj V15 comes in 3 different colour(s) - Ebony Black, Cocktail Wine Red, Ocean Blue. There are 1 variants starting from Rs. 71,165 onwards.

  • Ebony Black
  • Cocktail Wine Red
  • Ocean Blue

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