Fire Sale: Bajaj Motorbikes

My Magazine 2022/04
3 min
Ever thought about investing in The Gambia or having your own business? Maybe this article can inspire you with a brand-new idea for increasing your income, or you just simply need a new vehicle for your daily errands.

The Gambia got a new Bajaj shop! Located at the Manjai junction (UDP house), this sales office provides customers with brand new motorbikes and spare parts.

Photo by TukTuk Gambia

 

We invite you to visit them to try and buy one of the new motorcycles that can be used as private or commercial bikes. In the store, they have the Discover with side bearings, digital display, window-side morrows, twin suspension reservoir, and twin spark plugs with fuel injection. And they also have CT 125, which is built for commercial purposes, famous for being like working horses.

The fuel consumption is very low and can be used for commercial purposes as one litre of fuel covers up to about 65km, which makes it ideal for people to buy and make money as taxis.

The special feature of this bike is the long seats to accommodate three people and the charging hub on the bike to be used for long-distance travel to charge devices. 

Prices for the bikes are as follows: 

The Discover starting price was 70,000 GMD, now brought down to 62,000 GMD.

The CT125 price was 52,000GMD and is now at a special offer for 45,000GMD.

It is ideal as an investment.

If you want to buy a Bajaj car, also known as Tuk Tuk, you can reach them after the 15th of April. Three seaters and six seaters will be available. Those are also ideal as taxis to generate income for you and your family.

VISIT OUR BRAND-NEW SHOWROOM
Manjai junction, UDP house
Open from 7:00 till 19:00
Call 20 20 255 for more info

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