The World’s First CNG Bike Will Be Launched on June 18, the Name Will Be Bajaj Bruzer 125 CNG

Bajaj Auto is going to launch the world's first CNG-powered bike on June 18, 2024. The company's managing director Rajiv Bajaj gave this information in an interview to a media house.
The World’s First CNG Bike Will Be Launched on June 18, the Name Will Be Bajaj Bruzer 125 CNG

Bajaj Auto is going to launch the world's first CNG-powered bike on June 18, 2024. The company's managing director Rajiv Bajaj gave this information in an interview to a media house. He attended the launch event of the company's most powerful bike Pulsar 400.

Bajaj said, 'The world's first CNG-powered motorcycle is coming next month. Its running cost will be half as compared to a petrol-powered bike. This is a great innovation.'

Bruzer 125 CNG may be the name

He said, 'Amidst rising fuel prices, Bajaj will target customers worried about rising running costs with this upcoming CNG model. This bike will be launched in different phases. It will be launched first in Maharashtra and later in those states where CNG stations are available.'

According to media reports, this CNG-powered bike may be named Bruzer 125 CNG. At the same time, Bajaj says that 'we will create a portfolio of CNG bikes, which will include 100CC, 125CC and 150-160CC bikes.

CNG bike will cause less pollution

The MD of Bajaj Auto had told in an interview last month that the company will launch CNG bikes in the first quarter of FY25. He had said that we want to reduce the cost of fuel by half.

Rajiv had said about the new project that during the testing of the prototype, there has been a 50% reduction in carbon dioxide (CO2) emission, 75% in carbon monoxide (CO) and about 90% in non-methane hydrocarbon emission compared to petrol bike, that is, there will be less pollution from CNG bike.

Hero-Honda has tested it 40 years ago

Rajiv Bajaj had said, 'This motorcycle is potentially great for the environment. But we are promising to do the same thing that Reho Honda did 40 years ago. Then it effectively reduced the fuel cost by 50-65% or doubled the mileage.'

Executive Director sought GST exemption from the government

Earlier, in an interview with PTI, the company's executive director Rakesh Sharma had given information about the launch of the CNG bike. He had also urged the government to reduce GST to 12% for its adoption.

Sharma had said, 'Even if the government does not consider it equal to electric vehicles and impose 5% GST, it should at least impose less GST than petrol vehicles. That is, about 12% between the two. This will help both customers and companies.'

The World’s First CNG Bike Will Be Launched on June 18, the Name Will Be Bajaj Bruzer 125 CNG
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