Boxer is a tough, practical, and highly-functional 150-cc power commuter motorcycle from Bajaj, India's leading two-three-wheeler manufacturers. Admired for quick acceleration, fuel-efficiency, and dependability, it has built a reputation for being a minimalistic bike that does the job.

Bajaj Boxer: Specifications

Boxer’s Variants

Boxer AT & BM150

Engine Description

Air-cooled, 100 & 150 cc 4-stroke engines and the number of cylinders-1

Engine Displacement

144.8 cc & 99.3 cc

Maximum Power

8.2 bhp@7,500 rpm

Maximum Torque

8.05 Nm@4,500 rpm

Length x Width x  Height

1,970 x 770 x 1,065 mm


1,235 mm

Fuel Type


Seating Capacity


Fuel Tank

9.30 L


Front: 125mm fork travel telescopic & Rear: 100mm wheel travel SNS

Brake System

FrontRear: 130mm Drum

Official Global Tagline

Made Stronger To Last Longer


Bajaj Boxer: Prices

Ex-showroom, New Delhi: 33,000-45,000Rupees (Please check precise details at the time of purchase).


Bajaj Boxer: Insurance Coverage

Third-party liability coverage is the minimum and legally-mandatory bike insurance that you need in India. The policy only covers property damages, injuries and disabilities/death of third parties.


Standalone own-damage bike insurance is optional and only takes care of damages to your bike or its parts due to accidents, fire, vandalism, road collisions, theft and natural calamities. It must be renewed every year.


Comprehensive insurance, in addition to the third-party policy features, also protects against damages to your bike. The insurance addresses costs such as those arising from losses/damages to your motorcycle due to accidents or theft, malicious acts, burglary, housebreaking, flood/earthquake and fire/explosion. 



Boxer Insurance: Add-On Covers

Zero Depreciation: Generally, the necessary depreciation amount is always accounted-for during bike insurance claims. The Nil depreciation or Zero depreciation cover ensures no depreciation is considered and you receive the entire value of replacements/repairs during claims. 


Engine & Gear Protection: Covers your motorcycle's engine and gearbox against undercarriage damages and other resulting damages due to accidents, leakage of lubricating oil or water regression.


Invoice Protection: Lets you claim ex-showroom and other charges during theft or total damage. Reimburses the gap between IDV and additional charges such as registration or road tax that you must have paid while purchasing the bike.


Roadside Breakdown Assistance: Provides the much-needed relief on time when your bike gets stuck in the middle of the road due to an empty fuel tank or any mechanical issues. 



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Bajaj Boxer:Review

Bajaj Boxer, the low-maintenance-ride for unpleasant roads, has been discontinued in many parts of the country and it now sells in selected markets only. Appreciated across the world and often considered an excellent value for money at a reasonable price, it created a record by exporting more than a million units in 2019.


Boxer Insurance: FAQs

Q: How are motorcycle premiums calculated?

Depending on the engine capacity, your third-party bike insurance premium is fixed by the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India.

Own-damage and comprehensive policies' premiums vary, relying on factors including bike make/model/variant, engine capacity, fuel type, RTO location and registration city. 

Q: Can I opt not to claim if the damage to my Bajaj Boxer is minimal, and what's the benefit of doing so?

Yes, you can! It means during the next bike insurance renewal; you can avail the no-claim bonus or premium discount for zero claims throughout the policy period. 

Q: Is it compulsory to buy or renew my Boxer OD (own-damage) policy from the same insurer?

While purchasing an own-damage cover, one must have valid third-party bike insurance, or it should be bought simultaneously. However, as the IRDAI allows insurers to issue 'Stand-Alone Own-Damage Insurance Policies' for two-wheelers, it is not necessary to stick to the same insurer for renewing or buying your OD policy (out of bundled cover).

Q: How can I find out which bike insurance provider and particular policy is appropriate for me?

You may compare multiple policies, features and prices from all the recognised insurance providers at and choose the one that satisfies your requirements.

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