Bajaj Discover DTS-Si wins ‘100cc bike of the year’ award
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Srinagar, Jan 16: It’s raining awards for Bajaj Auto all the way. With exciting launches in the past few months, Bajaj Auto has been conferred with a slew of accolades. All leading channels and Auto Magazines have recognized and appreciated all the recent launches from Bajaj – the 100cc Discover DTS-Si, the Kawasaki Ninja 250R and the Pulsar 135LS.
The Discover DTS-Si won the ET-Zigwheels ‘100cc bike of the year’ and Most Value for Money bike of the year award while NDTV Profit-Car & Bike announced it as the motorcycle of the year in the category upto 125cc, the company in a statement said. The bike which was launched in July 2009 has already received tremendous response from the customers with more than 3.5 Lakh vehicles already on road.
The Kawasaki Ninja 250 won the fifth edition of the coveted IMOTY award, judged by all leading automobile experts. The Ninja also won the CNBC-Overdrive bike of the year award, the NDTV-Car & Bike award as well as the ET-Zigwheels award in the 250cc category.
ET-Zigwheels has recognized the newly launched Pulsar 135LS with the prestigious bike of the year award as well as the Technology of the Year Award for the revolutionary 4-valve DTS-i engine. The 4-valve technology combined with the patented DTS-i engine on the Pulsar 135LS, maximizes combustion to deliver enhanced power and superior mileage with low emissions, resulting in one of the most efficient production engines ever. This slew of awards is a further testament to Bajaj Auto leadership in innovation and technology.
S Sridhar, CEO-2 wh, Bajaj Auto Ltd, said “We are proud of the fact that 3 of our brands have emerged as winner in various categories in different award ceremony. This re-iterates the fact that our products offer distinctive benefits and not only have our customers, but highly knowledgeable Automotive Experts have appreciated the same. These awards are encouraging for our entire team and will further motivate us to manufacture class beating products which are always ahead of the rest.”
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