Bajaj Freedom 125: Your questions answered

Bajaj Freedom 125, Bajaj CNG bike, price, details, mileage

The Bajaj Freedom 125 is the world’s first CNG motorcycle which makes it quite interesting to say the least. Unlike other 125ccc motorcycles in its segment, the Freedom 125 comes with a unique layout and features that pique our curiosity. Here’s the answer to all the questions you may have about this motorcycle. 

How much does the Bajaj Freedom 125 cost?

The Freedom 125 starts at a price of Rs 95,000 (Drum) for the base variant, Rs 1.05 lakh (Drum LED) for the mid-spec variant and Rs 1.10 lakh (Disc LED) for the top-spec variant. Bookings have opened for the Freedom 125 at Bajaj dealerships across the country and on the company’s official website. 

What is the fuel capacity on the Freedom 125?

It has a 2kg capacity for the CNG tank and a 2 litre capacity for the petrol tank. The CNG tank is housed within the trellis frame of the bike and both tanks can be refuelled using a common flap located at the top of the fuel tank. 

How heavy is the Freedom 125?

It has a total weight of 149kg which is 18kg heavier than the Bajaj CT125X for reference. Bajaj claims the CNG tank weighs 16kg when empty and 18kg when filled with gas. 

What are the dimensions of the Freedom 125?

Bajaj’s CNG bike has a wheelbase of 1340mm which is 55mm more than the CT125X. The Freedom 125 has a seat height of 825mm which is quite high in this category and is also 15mm more than the CT125X’s. Ground clearance stands at 170mm which should help it tackle the worst of Indian roads with reasonable ease. It also has a 785mm long seat which makes it the longest in its segment. 

What is the engine and fuel efficiency of the Freedom 125?

The Freedom 125 is powered by an all-new air-cooled, 125cc, single-cylinder ‘sloper’ motor. This bi-fuel capable engine produces 9.5hp at 8,000rpm and 9.7Nm at 6,000rpm and has an estimated range of 330km. Bajaj claims the Freedom can cover 102km per kg when running on CNG and will return 65kpl fuel efficiency number when using petrol. We will be testing the Freedom 125 soon so keep an eye out for our review.

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