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Bajaj and Triumph’s new bike will enter soon! Glimpses seen during testing

If you want to buy a new bike in the 350cc engine segment, then you can wait for the new Bajaj-Triumph bike. It is to be launched in India this year.

Representational image (PS: Triumph)

Triumph And Bajaj Auto together to bring a new motorcycle. Its testing model was recently spotted on Indian roads. A lot of details of this bike have been revealed even before such a launch.

Triumph-Bajaj roadster spotted Bike Spoked wheels and crash guard are seen. According to the reports, liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine can be found in this motorcycle. Let us know what is going to be special in this new bike.

Triumph-Bajaj’s new bike design

Triumph-Bajaj The new bike can get muscular fuel tank, upwest exhaust, single-piece seat, round mirrors and number plate holder above the headlight. It can get all-LED setup, crash guard, digital instrument cluster and alloy wheels or wire-spoked wheels.

Triumph Bajaj Bikes

Triumph Bajaj Bikes (PS: Bikedekho)

As of now, information about the color option, dimensions, fuel tank capacity of this upcoming bike is not available.

Triumph-Bajaj’s new bike engine

According to the reports, 350-400cc engine will be available in this roadster bike. Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled technology can be found in it. This engine setup can generate 37.5hp power and 30Nm peak torque. However, the details about the gearbox of this bike are yet to come.

Safety of Triumph-Bajaj’s new bike

Disc brakes will be provided on both the front and rear wheels of this motorcycle. Apart from this, the bike will get dual-channel ABS for better handling. For suspension, it will get inverted forks at the front and monoshock unit at the rear.

Triumph-Bajaj new bike price

The price of this bike has not been revealed yet. It can be launched in the Indian market by the end of the year 2023. It is expected to be priced around Rs 2.25 lakh (ex-showroom). When launched, the bike will compete with the Zontes GK350, Honda CB300R and the BMW G 310 R.


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