As we all know, Bajaj Auto, a domestic two-wheeler manufacturer, and Triumph Motorcycles, a UK-based motorcycle manufacturer, are collaborating to produce premium, affordable bikes for the country. This endeavour will finally bring new motorcycles to the Indian market after a two-year wait. Bajaj-Triumph motorcycles were recently observed testing abroad, and spy images show that the machines are close to production form.
Further examination of the spy photos reveals that the upcoming motorcycles will be powered by a single-cylinder engine. Although the capacity has not been confirmed, we can expect these to be around 300-400cc, and with that capacity, these will compete with the Royal Enfiled’s Meteor and the upcoming “Hunter.” In addition, the spy shot indicates that one of these two motorcycles will have 17-inch wheels, while the other will be a scrambler-styled bike with 19/17-inch wheels.
Furthermore, when it comes to the design and aesthetics of the future bikes, the smaller models will have retro styling. The scrambler-styled bikes, on the other hand, will get knuckle guards and unusual split-style exhaust canisters. More upgrades are likely to include USD forks, a TFT instrument cluster, and all-LED lighting on these motorcycles. It’s also worth noting that Bajaj and Triumph will sell these bikes as premium models that are also reasonably priced.
In terms of pricing and availability, we can expect the bikes to be available around the end of 2022 or early 2023. In terms of pricing, the Bajaj-Triumph collaboration could offer the bikes for Rs 2.50-3.50 lakh. These bikes, designed by Triumph and manufactured by the Indian company Bajaj Auto, were supposed to be introduced in the country in 2022, but they were pushed back due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
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