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Bajaj Freedom 125: Revolution on two wheels! Bajaj made history by launching the world's first CNG bike

No one understands the importance of mileage better than those who commute on a motorcycle for work. But the price of petrol is such that our people are gasping for breath. Now, if the mileage is good and the fuel consumption suddenly decreases, then it is full of gold! Today, the world's first CNG powered motorcycle, Bajaj Freedom 125, has emerged as a savior to get rid of this high fuel consumption. A product that is called a breakthrough in the world of automobiles.

Price, Variants, Color Options, Booking

You will be surprised to hear that the Bajaj Freedom 125 bike not only runs on CNG but also on petrol. It comes in three variants – Drum, Drum LED, and Disc LED. The drum i.e. the base model is priced at Tk 95,000 On the other hand, drum LED and disc LED will cost Rs 1,05,000 and Rs 1,10,000 respectively.

You can choose this bike in seven colors. These are, Caribbean Blue, Pewter Grey/Black, Ebony Black/Grey, Cyber ​​White, Cyber ​​White, Racing Red, Pewter Grey/Yellow and Ebony Black/Red. Bookings have already started at Bajaj dealerships and official website. Bajaj also confirmed that it will be sold in Bangladesh, Colombia, Peru, Indonesia, Tanzania and Egypt.

Buy fuel system and mileage

Bajaj Freedom has exclusive bi-fuel technology. Which no other bike has. It has a petrol tank with a CNG cylinder weighing 16 kg. CNG cylinder of 2 kg capacity is located under the seat. And the petrol tank is 2 liters. You can switch between petrol and CNG mode by pressing a switch on the right side of the handlebar.

Bajaj claims that fuel consumption will come down by about 50 percent. While a petrol bike burns Rs 2.25 per kilometer, a CNG bike will cost Rs 1 to cover the same road. Bajaj Freedom 125 can run 213 km in CNG mode only. And only 117 km with the help of petrol That is, a total range of 330 kilometers will be found.

There is no reason to fear that there is a gas cylinder under the seat. It is placed in a trellis frame. In addition to its own safety standards, Bajaj has conducted close to a dozen tests in accordance with industry standards to ensure that there is no such gap in the protection of customers.

This story is being updated. Detailed information will be added soon

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