Bajaj CNG
Bajaj CNG

Bajaj CNG Bike is making waves in the market. Bajaj’s CNG bike aims to strengthen its position in the two-wheeler segment with the introduction of a CNG version of its popular Chetak model. The company is also preparing to launch affordable electric models to increase sales and capture a larger market share in the segment.

In addition to the CNG bike, the company is also working on including models such as Liquid Petroleum Gas (LPG), Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), and Ethanol-blended fuel in its portfolio, which will be launched in the coming years. According to reports, the company’s first CNG motorcycle, possibly named Platina, with the codename Bruzer E101, may be introduced in the country.

The new Bajaj motorcycle’s design will feature a plain design fuel tank and broad body panels. The frame of the bike is designed in a way that the CNG tank can be adjusted between the upper braces. It is said to be a modified version of the Bajaj Pulsar NS125.

The Bajaj Pulsar CNG bike is expected to feature impressive mileage and a host of other features. The bike is equipped with dual-fuel technology to provide good mileage.

Bajaj’s plan to launch a CNG bike signals a forward-looking approach, as the company aims to compete with petrol and electric motorcycles. The company has hinted at the possibility of selling CNG bikes alongside its petrol engine models in India.

The launch of this motorcycle may take at least a year. Once launched, the CNG bike can rival petrol and electric motorcycles in terms of mileage. Reports also suggest that the company may launch a CNG version of the Bajaj Pulsar. This move will intensify competition in the two-wheeler segment and provide consumers with more choices.

Bajaj CNG
Bajaj CNG


1. Bajaj is making a mark in the market with its CNG bike and is aiming to strengthen its presence in the electric two-wheeler segment.
2. The company is working on adding affordable electric models to increase sales and capture more market share in the segment.
3. Bajaj is also working on including models such as LPG, CNG, and ethanol-blended fuel in its portfolio in the coming years.
4. The new Bajaj CNG bike features a sleek design, with a fuel tank and wide body panels, and a frame design similar to the Bajaj Pulsar NS125.
5. The bike is expected to have impressive features and a good mileage, with dual fuel technology.
6. Bajaj plans to launch the CNG bike in India, and if successful, it would be the world’s first CNG bike, possibly competing with petrol and electric bikes.
7. The launch of the CNG bike may take at least a year, and it has the potential to rival petrol and electric bikes in terms of mileage. There are reports indicating that Bajaj may introduce a CNG version of the Pulsar.

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