Bajaj Wave Bike Review
The Bajaj Wave uses much of the design of the early scooterette from Bajaj, the Bajaj Saffire. But in addition, The Bajaj Wave comes with many more enhancements. Bajaj Wave comes with the patented technologies of Bajaj namely the Digital Twin Spark Ignition (DTSi) and the Exhaus TEC (Torque Expansion Chamber).
The torque delivery in Bajaj Wave is in linear proportion with the power availability and hence it has a better pick-up than its competitors.
The Technical Specifications of Bajaj Wave are:
- The overall height, length and width of Bajaj Wave are 1110mm, 1765mm, 680mm respectively. It has a wheel base of 1225mm and kerb weight is110kgs. Bajaj Wave has a fuel tank capacity of 5.2 litres.
- Bajaj Wave comes with air-cooled, 4-stroke engine with displacement of 109.73CC. Bajaj Wave has a Continuous Variomatic Transmission (abbreviated as CVT). The engine has a support for single cylinder and 2 valves and the electrical specifications of Bajaj Wave are 12 volts, 35/35 watts and DC
- Bajaj Wave develops 8.0 bhp of peak power at 7000 rpm and a maximum torque of 0.9 kgm is generated at 5000 rpm. The Bajaj Wave has the provision for electric start apart from kick start.
- The front suspensions in Bajaj Wave include leading link with coaxial shock absorber and spring and the rear suspension includes a single shock absorber and coaxial spring.
- Bajaj Wave has a 130 mm diameter mechanical expanding shoe brakes in the front and same brakes in the rear.
- Bajaj Wave gives a not-so-bad mileage of around 43 kilometres per litre.
- Bajaj Wave with a design similar to that of its ancestor Bajaj Saffire has a high pick-up compared to its competitors and comes with new technologies like DTSi and ExhausTEC. It provides decent performance and riding experience and may prove better to those people who are not heavily built and added to that ladies may like them.