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Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler

The bajaj-Triumph Scrambler bike launch is not far away; it may come Around Diwali 2023. Find the bajaj-triumph scrambler’s new photos, price, and launch date.

In 2023, the two-wheeler market in India will see significant changes as several new motorcycles and scooters are expected to go on sale. The joint venture between Bajaj and Triumph will produce one of the most anticipated bikes we have been looking for. Over the past few months, several articles and images related to this collaboration have been shared online. Here is everything you need to know about the Bajaj-Triumph scrambler bike.

2023 Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler Bike: Details

Around Diwali 2023, the first Bajaj-Triumph motorcycle will be introduced in the Indian markets. Most recently, Triumph’s sales and servicing operations in India were taken over by Bajaj Auto. Another test vehicle for the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler has been spotted in India.

It is powered by a single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine with a 300 to 400 cc displacement. Unlike the RE Himalayan, we can expect similar performance numbers to the KTM 390 Adventure. The DOHC architecture, which would suggest four valves per cylinder, is supported by the cylinder head design.

The side covers on the engine are similar to those on Triumph’s twin-cylinder Bonneville model. Still there and fitted on the finished vehicle is the dual barrel exhaust system.

2023 Bajaj-Triumph Scrambler Bike

The headstock and downtube are formed from a single piece, as seen in the close-up picture. The rear subframe of the Bajaj Triumph will be bolt-on. The mono-shock will be offset, and the front fork will be upside down. The front wheel, which measures 19 inches, will enhance the stability and ride quality.

The riding position looks quite comfortable and comfortable. The bar extends back to the rider, and the pegs are in the middle. Additionally, a handlebar brace is visible. The passenger footpegs look too casually placed, and the seat feels too small.

The semi-digital instrumentation is one of the fascinating findings in these spy photos. There appears to be a large digital display added to the huge analog tachometer. All the lights appear to be LED, despite the LED indicator looking like an accessory. Other features include a traction control system, dual-channel ABS and a quick shifter.

There are many indications that this motorcycle’s official introduction and launch are not far away. How much displacement of the engine of this bike will affect the price? It will likely be similar to the KTM 390 Adventure. When launched in India, you can expect it to be priced at around Rs 3.5 lakh (ex-showroom).

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