Bajaj Boxer X150 – Price, India Launch, Features And Specs

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After Hero Impulse, there are no commuter friendly adventure bikes in India. Of course, there is the Himalayan but it costs around Rs 1.5 Lakhs. Last year, Bajaj Boxer X150 was spotted during its test rides. It carries a 150CC engine inside a commuter-cum-adventure bike. Read on for more details of the bike.  

Bajaj Auto Ltd, the popular homegrown two-wheeler manufacturer, could be planning to launch the Boxer X150 Adventure motorcycle in India. There have been already many speculations regarding the India launch of this motorcycle. In the last update, some spy pictures of the adventure bike testing on Indian public roads have surfaced online. The company has been exporting this 150cc Adventure motorcycles to African markets. While there’s currently no Adventure motorcycle in the 150cc segment, the launch of this product could throw open a new sub-segment in the market. However, it has been quite a time since the bike’s launch and there is no recent update about it. So, it is not sure that Bajaj will launch this bike in the Indian markets. Here are complete details on the Bajaj Boxer X150 India launch date, price, specs, features and more.

bajaj boxer x150 india pics

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The Bajaj Boxer X150 sports bits like a raised mudguard and off-road tires, all of which work together to make the bike look more rugged. On the other hand, bits like the alloy wheels hint at this bike being meant more for on-road use than off it. Powering the X150 is the same 144.8cc DTSi engine that came with the now defunct Discover 150. This single-cylinder carbureted engine outputs a maximum power of 12 BHP along with a peak torque of 12.26 Nm. It’s worth a mention here that these specifications are for the export-spec model. The India-spec version could offer slightly different figures.

Currently, there is no adventure motorcycle on sale in the mainstream two-wheeler market. The cheapest Adventure model that you can buy yourself right now is the Royal Enfield Himalayan, which has a 411cc engine and costs north of Rs 1.8 lakh. In comparison, the Boxer X150 will become the only product in the 150cc segment to have design and styling typical of an on-off road motorcycle.

Bajaj Boxer X150 Launch Date

It may be noted here that the Pune-based two-wheeler has already been manufacturing this motorcycle for export to African markets. Hence, it doesn’t need to come up with an altogether new product, from grounds up, for the local market. Instead, it just needs to tune it for our conditions. However, there has been no official plan yet for this bike’s India launch.

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Bajaj Boxer X150 Price

Minimum Price Rs 50,000
Maximum Price Rs 55,000

The Boxer 150 became the cheapest 150cc offering in India with an ex-showroom price of Rs 45,000. The Adventure version is likely to cost significantly more due to additional features and a better engine. Expect prices to start around Rs 50,000.

Bajaj Boxer X150 Specifications

Displacement 144.8 cc
Maximum Power 12 Bhp @ 7500 rpm
Maximum Torque 12.26 Nm @ 5000 rpm
No. of Cylinders 1
No. of Gears 4 Speed
Ground Clearance 190.00 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 122.00 kgs
Fuel Tank Capacity 11.20 litres

Powering the X150 is the same 144.8 cc single-cylinder carbureted motorcycle that powers the Discover 150 and the Boxer BM150. This engine outputs a maximum power of 12 BHp at 7,500 RPM and a peak torque of 12.26 Nm at 5,000 RPM. It comes mated to a four-speed manual transmission. For the India-spec version of this adventure motorcycle. Bajaj might end up re-tuning the motor for slightly additional grunt. Also, while the export-spec model boasts drum brakes at both the wheels, the Indian version could offer an optional disc brake for the front wheel.

Bajaj Boxer X150 Images

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Bajaj Boxer X150 Mileage

Mileage (City) 49.00 kmpl
Mileage (Highway) 58.00 kmpl
Mileage (Combined) 54.00 kmpl

As the engine comes from the BM150 and the Discover 150, we are pretty sure it will be able to deliver around 49.00 kmpl in the city and almost 60 kmpl on the highway. It is worth a mention here that the X150 is basically a budget-end product and hence, it gets really important to offer a high mileage.

Bajaj Boxer X150 Features

  • Electric Start
  • Alloy Wheels
  • Raised Front Mudguard
  • Body Decals
  • SnS Rear Suspension
  • Rear Carrier
  • On-off Road Tires

Bajaj Boxer X150 Dimensions

Length 2016 mm
Width 760 mm
Height 1028 mm
Wheelbase 1285 mm
Kerb Weight 122 KGs
Fuel Tank Capacity 11.2-litres

Bajaj Boxer X150 Design

The Boxer BX150 is nothing but an adventure-styled Boxer 150. It has a strong resemblance with the BM150 that was on sale in India. However, in order to give it a rugged look, the company has modified the design to a significant extent. Basically, the X150 offers the high practicality of a commuter motorcycle along with some of the capabilities of an on-off road motorcycle. Make no mistake, this one isn’t a full-fledged off-roader. However, bits like a high-rise front mudguard and dual-purpose tires do make it sufficiently capable on rough terrain. Also, stylish body decals, black-painted alloy wheels and a black rear carrier help it look more stylish than the bargain-basement BM150.

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Bajaj Boxer X150 Engine and Transmission

The Bajaj Boxer X150 comes with a 144.8cc, single-stroke, air-cooled, carbureted engine that benefits from the company’s DTSI dual-spark technology. This engine produces a maximum power of 12 Bhp at 7,500 RPM and a peak torque of 12.3 Nm at 5,500 RPM. The engine offers both kick-start and electric-start.

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Bajaj Boxer X150 Suspension & Brakes

This motorcycle gets conventional telescopic forks up front and BAL’s patented SnS (Spring-in-Spring) twin shock-absorbers at the rear. The motorcycle gets 130 mm drum brakes on both the wheels. However, Bajaj might end up offering an optional front disc brake.

So, are you waiting for the Bajaj Boxer X150 India launch? What are your views on this rugged motorcycle? Share your views with us by penning them down in the comments section below. Also, stay tuned to Car Blog India for the latest news on cars and motorcycles in India.

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  1. This bike will be appreciated if it cimes in classic design not in sporty design .Its quality should be as better as pulsar 150 . It should be degined in keeping the matured rider who does not like sporty look but classic style .

  2. The fuel tank of the bike should be little more big and broad . An idea could be taken from upcoming kawasaki w150 . It should be sturdy bike with comfortable big seat with advanced tech engine . The size of both wheels should be 17 inch .

  3. Mud guard should be normal. It should not be raised . Metre should be like hero super splendor and head lamp should be round and metellic l like avenger .

  4. Dear Sir,
    I am a Sri Lankan.my country bajaj is the most faverit bick in the island.but it is difficult to by Boxer. can I buy a Boxer 150x adventure bick.

  5. BoxerMB 150 was a good bye,only the name(boxer)killed that bike.
    Before launch the company used to describe that bike TANK on WHEALS.
    Retro classic looks treatment will be more suitable
    Reduce plastic parts on body ,a thin black piping on the seat bottom line make good look

  6. Looking forward for Bajaj BM150 X .best looking off road fetuers.fuel efficient .bike that’s what evry indian middle class men looks for . I currently own pulsar NS 200. But not happy just because it’s not fuel efficient. And when it comes to coustmization .u can do any thing with Bajaj boxer. I request you to launch in India as soon as possible.fingers crossed..#2018

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