Both premium commuters come with minor updates and remain unchanged mechanically.

Bajaj showed the updated versions of the V12 and V15 (with and without disc brake option) recently. They now feature a pillion backrest with grab rails and a black cushion.

Some dealers said the backrest can be retrofitted to older models as well. The retrofitted backrest costs ₹1,200. Apart from this addition, the rest of the bike remains unchanged. The V12 uses a 124.5cc engine that makes 10.5hp and 11Nm, and the V15 uses a 149.5cc mill that produces 12hp and 13Nm. The V12 and V15 are part of Bajaj’s one-year free insurance offer, so you stand to save ₹1,500.

But these prices are for the Delhi region and may differ across the country, depending on the Bajaj dealership.

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