I think Bajaj should also give an option of a Big headlamp fairing, if not a half/quarter fairing, as most of the buyers will use it as a fast commuter. A headlamp fairing is a norm nowadays for any bike between 150-180 cc category (except in the case of FZ) and it serves many small purposes usefully. Why to stop customers from buying this bike due to absence of any fairing? Hope Bajaj is listening.
I went to Kalyani Bajaj here in Bangalore today for a TD and what I can point out is:
The bike's engine seems to be very good, is very very smooth, i didnot get any vibes, nice and smooth clutch but then, thats almost everything good about it.
What really disappointed me was the ergonomics. I am just 5'5 and I felt quiet uncomfortable riding it for sometime. Felt stress in the wrists and in the back. (May be will go away after you ride it for 10kms or so, but this, definitely is not good for touring)
Also, the other thing that disappointed me was the quality of plastic and metal used for the switches, the self-start button and the metal of the pilion's foot rest.
Overall, it was way below my expectations. Most probably booking CBR 250R STD tomorrow (The TD blew me away )