Bajaj files trademark application for ‘Caliber’ name07/16/2021
The Kawasaki Bajaj Caliber was a popular commuter bike in the 1990s.
Bajaj could be planning to resurrect the ‘Caliber’ brand as the company has recently filed a trademark for the same.
The Kawasaki Bajaj Caliber was a popular commuter bike in the 1990s. It was powered by a 111.6cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine. Later, it was replaced by the CT100 and the Platina.
The trademark for the ‘Caliber’ expired in 2008, which has now been renewed in 2021. This has led to speculations about a new model that could be offered with either a 115cc or 125cc engine.
It’s not just Bajaj that is bringing back brands from the past. TVS too has recently trademarked the ‘Fiero 125’ name. Again, the Fiero was a popular model back in its day and as the name suggests, the new bike would have a 125cc engine.
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