10 Reasons Why You Should Wait for Bajaj Kratos

6) Comfortable Ride: Low Handlebars Add to Comfort

The Bajaj Kratos has got a single seat unit though in a step shape. So, the pillion wouldn’t be at least uncomfortable like on the Yamaha R15. The not too low-set handlebars will let the rider enjoy a comfortable posture. To add on to comfort, the front foot pegs haven’t been placed much towards the rear.

Bajaj Pulsar VS400 in Leh

7) Quick Acceleration: Breath-taking Performance

The Bajaj Kratos is expected to have a top speed above 150 kmph and will not take more than 7-8 seconds to sprint from 0 kmph to 100 kmph. The expected mileage of the bike is around 25-30 kmpl.

Bajaj Pulsar VS400

8) Metzeler Tyres: For ABS variant

The spy photos reveal that Bajaj Kratos is expected to be launched with Metzler tyres for ABS variant. However, the non-ABS variant if launched will carry MRF tyres.

9) Perfect Tourer at a Reasonable Budget: Tough Competitor

The new Bajaj Kratos is expected to be priced around Rs. 1.60-1.80 lakhs (non-ABS and ABS model) in India. Bajaj has somehow managed to keep production costs low by borrowing some components from RS200. Now, you can well imagine the competition it’s going to create for other bikes in this segment.

Bajaj Pulsar VS400

10) Launch Date: The Wait is Almost Over!

Bajaj is expected to launch Bajaj Kratos in Novermber 2016. So, you just need to keep a little more patience before Bajaj unveils its new beauty.

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