Bajaj Auto Rolls Out Discover 125 Sports Tourer (18-Jul-2012)
Bajaj Auto, country's second largest motorcycle maker, has introduced Discover 125 Sports Tourer (ST) on July 17, 2012. It aims to capture larger market share in the fast growing B segment, which includes, 125cc bikes. The company had sold 1.2 lakh units of 'Discover' in last month, across all categories like 100 cc, 125 cc and 150 cc. The motorcycle maker has an annual production capacity of 4.75 million units.
The company is into manufacturing of motorcycles, scooters and three-wheelers. In India, Bajaj Auto has a distribution network of 485 dealers and over 1,600 authorised services centres. It has 171 exclusive dealers for the three-wheeler segment and has total 3750 rural outlets in rural areas.
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