Bajaj User Reviews
I have Bajaj Platina ES100 Comfertec 2017 model. Best in daily commuter bike and my bike mileage is 90-95 KMPL and Top speed is 90 kmph. I give 5 star rating to Bajaj Platina 100ES.
Pros: Best Mileage
One Word, Awesome!! No Cons at all, Better than RE350 and any of its Rival I have travelled Almost all over my state and I Daily Commute within my City too but no problem at all.
Pros: Awesome Looks
Cons: No Cons At all
Using a bike of 2007 Manufactured, giving good mileage and good power output but max speed is nearly 110 kmph.
I still use the 2007 220fi as my daily driver. One of the best bikes ever made. The only problem is that I cannot find it's parts anywhere.
Believe me, owning this bike for the past year has been a great experience. The road presence is amazing and it really catches the attention of people on the road. Initially, it might feel a bit heavy if you're upgrading from a low cc bike, but once you get used to it, you won't feel that anymore.
Talking about the pros, people will definitely notice you when you ride this bike. The stability it provides is unparalleled and the mileage is quite good. It can give you anywhere between 25-30 kmpl depending upon your driving style. It also comes with riding accessories which make it very helpful. Plus, its budget-friendly and has a tough body as per Indian terrains. Maintenance is also quite low for a 400cc bike. It has great power as the 400cc engine provides 40bhp, which is very good in this price range.
The only cons I noticed with this bike are its suspension and brakes. The suspension can be a bit stiff at times, especially on long stretches. Brakes could also be better, even though it comes with dual channel ABS. It doesn't give you much confidence as compared to its rivals like KTM/BMW. Also, it's not so good for people with short height. So, if you're around 5.6 feet, then you'll be able to handle it quite easily. Lastly, even though Bajaj's service network is good, their service quality isn't
The driving experience of the Dominar 400 is very smooth and just glides in traffic and on the highway. It is also very comfortable for long rides, and I myself have taken rides of 150+ km without any issues. The mileage of the bike is low in traffic, but can go up to 30+ km per litre on the highway.
The additional benefit of the new version of the bike is the back rest, which makes the pillion very comfortable for long rides. There is no jerk or stalling while changing gears. The additional fitting for adding carrier adds value to the bike. There is some vibration at speeds above 120 km/h, but the features are less than its competition.
The after sale service is good, but the people in the service center do not always listen to the requirements of the customer. The parts are not always available in the service center and can take up to two months to arrive.
In conclusion, the bike is a super hit and has almost everything a touring bike would need, making it a great buy for touring lovers. If the parts and accessories were available in a timely manner, it would get a 10/10 rating. With the current specifications and parts availability, I would rate it 7/10.
I bought the Bajaj V15 in 2016 and was really impressed with the classic and retro style of the bike. I knew that I couldn't afford a Royal Enfield, so I thought this was the closest I could get. The pick-up of the bike is a bit lower than other 150cc bikes, but the mileage is quite satisfactory. I have used the bike both in the city and on road trips and it works quite well. The only feature that is similar to a Royal Enfield is the firing sound that the bike makes when the speed goes up to 50-70kmph. The bike vibrates a lot at this speed, but after that it runs smoothly.
The only problem I have faced with the bike since the past year is the back and neck pain that I experience after riding it for long hours. After taking a Royal Enfield training program, I was told that this is because of the improper functioning of the rear suspensions. The pillion seat is also quite uncomfortable and it causes back pain after an hour or so of sitting on it.
Overall, the Bajaj V15 is a great bike with a classic and retro style. It has a good mileage, runs smoothly and has a good sound. Despite the minor issues, it is a great bike for those who want a classic and retro look.
Buying the Bajaj V15 was a comparatively good experience, as it cost lesser than other 150cc bikes. The locking system was also good and stylish. However, the riding experience was quite bad, as even in 5th gear, it made a sound as if it was in 3rd gear. The backseat passenger was very uncomfortable while riding. If they don't hold on properly, they could easily fall off even at low speeds. The seating design was also very bad. The fuel indicator was not accurate either, showing full even when in reserve. This caused much confusion when it came to placing the fuel indicator. The performance was also not up to the mark, as the pick up was not great and after riding for more than 15 kms, the mileage dropped to 40 km/l. The service centres were also not good, as they didn't respond promptly and even during free service, they would charge a lot. After a free service, they would charge more than 3500Rs for normal service. The tyre was also of very poor quality, making it hard to ride. Long distance journeys were very uncomfortable and gave back pain. The main problem with the bike is that it has very low resale value. It is recommended that you do not purchase this bike.
Bike is good but the performance is not good, as soon as the speed goes above 50 kmph the bike gets vibrate. Looks wise is good but performance is worst. In 9 months I am planing to change the bike in next few month. The seats are very small. It's engine produces bad sounds also it is not comfortable for 2 people. Backseat is very short.
The Bajaj Chetak has been an absolute joy to ride on the Indian roads. It is a reliable and comfortable scooter that is perfect for long journeys accompanied by your loved ones. With its smooth and steady acceleration, it has been an absolute pleasure to ride this scooter.
The Bajaj Chetak is the perfect blend of classic and modern design. Its stylish retro look offers a unique blend of style and performance, ensuring you get the most out of your ride. From its comfortable seating, to its powerful engine, the Chetak offers an outstanding experience.
Bajaj Chetak is one of the most reliable two-wheelers in India, and its performance has been top-notch over the years. Its looks are stylish, and it is one of the most complete two-wheelers, with all the necessary features. There have been many satisfied users of the Bajaj Chetak, and the reviews and ratings for this two-wheeler are highly positive. It is one of the best choices for those who want a reliable and stylish two-wheeler.
The pickup on the Bajaj Chetak is great, making it a comfortable ride even in bumper to bumper traffic. The brakes are good and responsive and it can easily handle the slanting ramps on the roads. With two people on the scooter, it could easily handle the slanting ramp with no issues. Overall, it is a great scooter to drive and enjoy.
Overall NS200 is the best bike in the World in this price range, other companies offer the best bikes like Duke 200, and Honda Hornet 2.0 but the price is high.
Best Features: Power of NS200
Pros: Power, Comfortable, Performance, Value for Money, Low Maintenance, Looks.
Cons: Weight, Mileage, Instrument Console.
Super mileage, comfortable for solo ride, not suite for family for long ride, seat is very narrow, some issues by electrical, and very narrow front tyre, it will be easily skit.
Best Features: Mileage is good
Pros: Mileage, solo ride
Cons: Rear suspension noise, poor build quality
Using Bajaj Discover 150 Disc since 2011. And very happy with the purchase. Very low maintenance, parts are easily available. Pickup is quite good for daily commuters. Driven approx. 1,80,000 + Km. If you take care of your bike, it will definitely take care of your pocket.
Best Features: LOOKS, PICKUP AND MILEAGE
Pros: Mileage, Pickup, Looks, Comfort, Features are Good.
Cons: Not Really
I bought an Bajaj Avenger 220 in 2014. I have not faced any problems yet. Excellent mileage on road and off-road. One of the best bikes.
Best Features: Comfortableness.
Pros: Value for Money. Design.
Cons: All are Duper Best.
Using Discover 150 Disc, Since 2011, Better than 150s and 150F. Best thing about bike is pickup and mileage. My longest distance in a days is approx 150 kms. Even after using for 10 years its gives mileage of 45 to 50 kmph. But i use to take care for bike well. Oil changing in every 2 months and visiting garage every month.
Best Features: LOOKS, PICKUP AND MILEAGE
Pros: Mileage, Pickup, Looks, Comfort, Features are ok.
Cons: Not Really
Why did the Bajaj Company cheated their customers by providing this bike. It's always stopped by itself on road and in speed breakers and when I again start the bike it makes the hell of sound like it accelerates itself full race all by itself. What a worst bike. And when the company sold some of this bike and start to getting complains, the company stops this bike. I.e, what the hell. You should be ashamed of yourself Bajaj Company.
Best Features: Those customers who have purchased this bike is by the looks of it and by the company promises the customers that it is the best bike in segment etc-etc. Company should be ashamed of themselves.
Pros: Just the looks
Cons: Everything in this bike are worst like hell worst. From the day I bought this bike every single thing is worst.
I love to used to Bajaj CT 100 for my all Journies because it is best bike in 100 cc segment as well as good mileage. It's looking is good in simple form because it was a old model . I will never sold my bike because it's protect me in bigger accidents that I faced during my journeys and I never feels sad when i using my bike due to its performance and sound. Many times i win the races on the highways.
Best Features: Milage, Sound, Quality.
Pros: Performance, Mileage, Build Quality
Cons: Small Tyre Size 17 inch