In 2017, Bajaj and Triumph made a partnership announcement, and later in 2020, they confirmed that they would be creating premium motorcycles with mid-capacity for the Indian market. Right now, both bike producers are attempting to present their most memorable passage level 350cc cruiser for India.
The upcoming Bajaj-Triumph bikes have been spotted numerous times, and these most recent spy shots show that the bike now has all of the parts it needs to be approved and sold in India.
The upcoming Bajaj-Triumph 350cc motorcycle, which was co-developed by Bajaj and Triumph, has styling that is reminiscent of the RE Scrambler. The roadster is likely to have a 350-400cc engine at its heart, which will produce 35 bhp at its peak power. Slowing down obligations will be handled by circle brakes at the front and back, and it could get double-channel ABS.
The Bajaj-Triumph bike’s exhaust was a single header pipe with a twin exit setup the previous time it was seen. However, they have reverted to its earlier design, which only had one exhaust exit, this time around. What can likewise be seen is a back-get handle for the pillion. The bike has a single-piece seat that appears quite spacious, just like the more expensive Bonneville range in Triumph’s lineup. The bar-end mirrors noticeable here may be a piece of the substantial extra list that Win offers with its models.
The fact that these upcoming Bajaj-Triumph models will finally go on sale in the fourth quarter of this year is yet another intriguing detail regarding the launch schedule. In an interview with Motorcycle.com, KTM’s extremely forthright CEO, Stefan Pierer, revealed this information.
This 350-cc motorcycle will be manufactured locally by Bajaj, and its retail price in India is anticipated to be between Rs 3.5 lakh and Rs 4.5 lakh (ex-showroom). This two-wheeler will compete with modern bikes like the KTM 390 Duke, Honda CB300R, and BMW G310R when it goes on sale. Other competitors include Royal Enfield 350cc bikes. When the dust settles on the Bajaj-Triumph partnership, it will be interesting to see what comes out of it.