Kawasaki Bajaj Eliminator
With stylish handlebars, truly comfortable seats, and the fiery hues that characterise the bike. From the front, there is a meaty helping of hi-chrome glitz and attitude, things Kawasaki is renowned for internationally. Motorcycles trace their origin to the British Raj in India, when they were used by the British army as dispatch riders during World War II.
Lately, motorcycles seem to have become a way of life. They can best be termed charismatic objects”. Those who are crazy about these sleek bikes form a fascinating subset of society and motorcycling is a part of their life.
Bajaj Kawasaki launched recently its 175cc 15ps Eliminator Cruiser bike with a five speed gear box in New Delhi followed by launches in Pune, Mumbai and Bangalore. This is the first Cruiser bike being launched in the two wheeler segment in India and has got a lot of inspiration from the original Harley Davidson of the U.S. A typically low-slung bike, it compares with the finest in the world.
From the side, the Eliminator displays the low-slung sweep of a predator. With stylish handlebars, truly comfortable seats, and the fiery hues that characterises the bike. From the front, there is a meaty helping of hi-chrome glitz and attitude, things Kawasaki is renowned for internationally.
Start to stop the Eliminator is a neat piece of precision engineering. It comes equipped with electric and kickstart starting. Sporting a 4- stroke engine with a positive crank case ventilation valve and a catalytic converter to keep emissions under control, the bike is capable of generating a top speed of 116 km per hour.
It has the longest wheelbase of 1,064 mm and front fork travel of 140 mm, turning the rough into the smooth. It is the only bike with a low centre of gravity to give riding comfort and stability to the young and the old. Pleasure and fun do not come cheap and this bike is hungry giving anything between 40 to 43 kilometres to a litre under ideal city conditions and costs Rs.
86,650 in Delhi.
The braking system, like the rest of the bike, is on a par with standard bikes in the world.
The front brake system is 260-mm disc from world-renowned Brembo of Italy and the rear brakes are 130-mm diameter drum. The first princely bike, Eliminator”, will be sold from the state-of-the- art Eliminator Service Enclaves in Delhi. The objective is to present this bike in a never before seen” service back up – smoke free, dust free, oil free and with completely hydraulic service lifts with overhead pneumatic tools.
The enclaves have the state-of-the-art digital oil dispenser-cum- oil drain unit that looks more like a showroom than a service centre.
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