Bajaj V12 BS4 Price details
The Indian motorcycle manufacturer, Bajaj Auto launched a Disc brake variant of the V12 (Vikrant). The disc brake variant is priced around INR 63,000, while the standard version of the Bajaj V12 Bs4 is marked with the price tag of INR 60,000. Charging INR 3000 extra, Bajaj offers the best experience about the braking department of the V12 bike.
As almost all the 125cc motorcycles and Scooters of today offers disc brake as standard or optional, which was the missing part in the standard variant of the Bajaj V12. However, Bajaj has addressed the need of the rider quickly. The V12 BS4 is now using a single disc in the front and the rear wheel features the 130mm drum brake.
The bike was previously distinguished and saluted for stuffing the metal from the Indian Navy serving INS Vikrant, which is a war aircraft carrier. Putting the patriotism together, the Bajaj Motorcycles have done a great job about the V15 and V12 bikes.
Bajaj V12 Bs4 Engine and features
Adding a front disc is the only update of the Bajaj V12 BS4 and the remaining feature is the same. The V12 get the power from the 124.45cc, single overhead camshaft, 2 valve, Air cooled, single cylinder, DTS-i engine which can produce 10.5 BHP @ 7500 RPM of maximum power and 10.9 NM @ 5500 RPM of peak torque.
The engine is connected to a 5-speed gearbox and the gear shifts are clunky sometimes.
The tribal face like headlight, the muscular fuel tank, body graphics, wheel size and the stance are almost the same that is seen on the V15 bike. The front suspension of the V12 is conventional and the rear side is the dual gas filled shock absorbers. The exhaust sound of the V12 resembles its elder version V15 and gets the BS4 compliant engine.
The overall wet weight of the bike is 133 Kg with a 13 liter capacity fuel tank, which is sufficient for a long ride.
The Bajaj V12 BS4 mileage is claimed to be 70 Kmpl, which is an attractive mileage pack with the good-looking bike like V12.
Red, Blue, White and Black are the currently available colours of the Bajaj V12 BS4.