Bajaj Auto has achieved its highest-ever financial performance with a net profit of Rs. 5,628 crore. The figures are up 12% year-over-year, and operating revenue of Rs. 36,428 crore is up 10% year-on-year.
More than a few Pulsar variants are available from Bajaj. The business claims that each Pulsar has a sizable market niche in India, which precludes the company from retiring any of them. There are about eleven different Pulsar models available right now. The Pulsars consequently generate the biggest revenue for the brand.
In the April 2022–2023 season, Bajaj bikes with engines larger than 75cc but less than or equal to 110cc sold 6,00,963 units. The Bajaj Boxer, CT, Discover, and Platina models are all included in this section.
Bajaj sold 6,76,593 bikes with an engine capacity higher than 110cc but less than or equal to 125cc in April 2022–2023, a 47.44 percent increase from last year when it sold 4,58,880 units. These bikes include the CT, Discover, Husqvarna, KTM, and Platina models.