2017 Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross features some off-roading elements that differentiate it from the regular Boxer.
2017 Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross is powered by a 144.8cc engine that makes 12bhp of peak power and 12.26Nm of torque.
Bajaj Auto has been quite busy in updating its existing product lineup as per the government’s AHO and BSIV emission norms that will be enforced from 1st April 2017. Besides this, the company has been testing a cross version of the Boxer motorcycle – 2017 Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross. A prototype of the Boxer 150 Cross has been recently snapped on Mumbai-Pune highway near Lonavala.
Bajaj Boxer BM 150, popularly known as ‘Bharat Bike’, was discontinued in India in 2012. Launched at Rs 43,000, the BM 150 was the most affordable 150cc commuter that served the rural markets. However, the sliding demand of the bike forced the bikemaker to phase it out within a year of its arrival in the country. Read – Bajaj Dominar 400 – All You Need To Know
Coming to the bike itself, the 2017 Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross features some off-roading elements that differentiate it from the regular Boxer. The bike has mud-grip type tyres and raised front mudguard. It also wears flashier body graphics, black alloys wheels and black rear carrier.
Power source for the bike is the same 144.8cc engine that makes 12bhp of peak power and 12.26Nm of torque. This motor has been borrowed from the Discover 150, which is now phased out from the Indian market. Check Out – A Complete List of Upcoming Bajaj Bikes
The Pune-based two-wheeler manufacturer is already selling the Boxer 150 and its cross version in global markets including Zambia and Kenya. The latest Bikeadvice‘s report also suggest that the company might reintroduce the 2017 Bajaj Boxer X150 Cross in India with a BSIV engine. However, there is nothing official about the product and its launch details.