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BAJAJ MOTORS Brand History
The Bajaj Group is involved in many activities: home appliances, lighting, iron and steel, insurance, travel and finance. And, of course, Bajaj Group is also known in many countries for its two and three wheels machines.
The roots of the company can be traced in 1926, with Jamnalal Bajaj, the founder of the group and disciple of Mahatma Gandhi. Jamnalal's son, Kamalnayan Bajaj, was the one who consolidated the company and diversified into many other activities. Jamnalal Bajaj was an industrialist who admired and followed the great Mahatma Ghandi. His name is 00on quite a few institutions in India, the most famous being the Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies.
In the group there are now 27 companies, the most important being Bajaj Auto Ltd, Mukand Ltd, Bajaj Electricals Ltd and Bajaj Hindustan Ltd. .Bajaj Motorcycle company was founded in 1945. At first, this company was just selling two and three wheelers but 14 years later, in 1959, it got the license f... continue reading BAJAJ MOTORS history →
Latest News about BAJAJ MOTORS
Sad news from New Delhi, India where a teenager was accidentally killed in a police action against illegat street stunting. Due to the risks stunting on public roads bring into the lives of the local the communities, the New Delhi police started a massive action to limit, if not put an end to this. Unfortunately t... Continue Reading →
To make it plain and simple: there is too much 2013 Yamaha YZF-R1 in the new Bajaj Pulsar 375 recently unveiled by Autocar India. While this is not necessarily a bad thing itself, we were expecting something more original from Bajaj's flagship sportsbike... really. Especially since the Pulsar 375 represents o... Continue Reading →
A legal battle between India's Bajaj Auto and the Italian scooter manufacturer LML has finally reached an end. The court case was started over 7 years ago and the judges have finally reached a verdict, with Bajaj being the winner. The case started after Bajaj has been granted a patent for a two-stroke intake ... Continue Reading →
So you thought that small-displacement Indian bikes are more on the joke side... just like most people do. Bajaj has had it with all the wrong impressions and now shows a breathtaking commercial for their Pulsar 200NS DTSi, showing what the bike can do. Now, why has Bajaj decided to put up a commercial so late af... Continue Reading →
What comes around goes around, they say: after the recent industry stir with the KTM CEO Stefan Pierer buying Husqvarna from BMW, it looks like we've just entered a new era in the history of the off-road bikes, especially with Husaberg already under the KTM umbrella. Pierer was extremely clear that he bought ... Continue Reading →
Things are on the move with Husqvarna, just days after the company changed hands, from BMW to KTM CEO Stefan Pierer. Pierer has confirmed the plans for India-built Huskys, sharing a platform with Bajaj and possibly with the low-displacement KTMs. Now, having three motorcycle brands sharing pretty much the same par... Continue Reading →
A lot of people in the motorcycle industry have been wondering how come BMW sold Husqvarna, a brand they had bough only years prior to this move, and even more, how come Stefan Pierer, partly owning KTM has bought it "for himself". In a phone interview with dutch we publication Nieuwsmotor, Pierer has ex... Continue Reading →
As we reported yesterday, the Brits at MCN got wind of Husqvarna changing hands, and all rumors pointed out to KTM as the big buyer. Well, it looks like the deal is actually closed with the signatures on the papers the only thing left... but KTM's CEO Stefan Pierer is the buyer. Pierer and Indian giant Bajaj ... Continue Reading →
Here's the latest rumor in the industry, telling about an imminent sale of recently brought-to-life brand Husqvarna. Bought just years ago by industry giant BMW, Husqvarna is rumored to change hands once more and go under the KTM umbrella. Rumor comes from British respected motorcycle publication MCN. The MCN... Continue Reading →
Bajaj Auto, also responsible for manufacturing KTM's small-displacement Dukes, has announced that they plan to start selling their new Discover 100T motorcycle in foreign countries. Initially developed for the Indian market just like the majority of Bajaj bikes, the Discover 100T (with T standing for Touring)... Continue Reading →