Bajaj and Triumph are set to launch their much-awaited 400cc motorcycles in India on July 5. The bikes will be available in two variants, a roadster and a scrambler.
The roadster is expected to be powered by a single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that produces around 40 horsepower. The roadster model will have a neo-retro design, while the scrambler, on the other hand, is expected to get a more off-road-oriented chassis and suspension setup.
Both bikes will be based on Bajaj's new 400cc platform, which also underpins the Dominar 400. The platform is said to be very versatile and can be used to create a wide range of motorcycles.
Bajaj and Triumph have been working on these bikes for several years and they are expected to be a major success in the Indian market. The bikes will compete against the likes of the Royal Enfield Classic 350 and the Honda CB350.
The prices for the Bajaj-Triumph 400cc bikes are yet to be announced, but they are expected to be priced competitively. The bikes will be launched in India on July 5, 2023, and will be available for purchase from all Bajaj-Triumph dealerships across the country.
Here are some additional details about the bikes:
- The roadster will have a neo-retro design, while the scrambler will have a more rugged look.
- Both bikes will be equipped with disc brakes on both wheels along with a dual;-channel ABS unit.
- They will also come with a range of features, including a digital instrument cluster, LED headlights, and a USB charging port.
The launch of these bikes is a major milestone for both Bajaj and Triumph. It is the first time that Triumph has entered the Indian market in this segment and it is a significant move for the company. Bajaj, on the other hand, is looking to build on the success of the Dominar 400 and tap into the growing demand for premium motorcycles in India.