India-spec Bajaj Triumph 350cc bike revealed, check details

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Delhi : Bajaj Auto and Triumph Motorcycles are creating a variety of new bikes for the 250cc and 350-450cc segments, and these new bikes will be unveiled in the coming months. The forthcoming Bajaj Triumph 350cc motorcycle was reportedly spotted testing for the first time in India, near the Bajaj Auto manufacturing site in Pune.

This new test mule has scrambler-style throwback look with round headlights, round rear view mirrors, discreet design elements, a chiselled gasoline tank, and a chrome filling cap. There are also all-LED headlights, a twin-piece seat with quilted pattern stitching, and an upswept exhaust. It also has exposed engine components and intelligent alloy wheels.

The bike has a tubular frame with a cast swingarm, USD forks up front, and a mono-shock absorber in the back. The braking tasks are anticipated to be handled by disc brakes both front and back. As standard, the brakes will be equipped with dual-channel ABS. From some angles, the bike may resemble the more costly Trident 660.

While additional specifications are unknown, this new bike is believed to include a 350-400cc, single-cylinder engine with good performance statistics to appeal to consumers searching for a fun-to-ride and powerful bike in the sector. Following its debut in India, the company is likely to introduce the bike in other worldwide markets.

The pricing of this forthcoming Bajaj Triumph 350cc motorcycle is estimated to range between Rs 3.5 and 4.5 lakh. (ex-showroom, Delhi). The firm is expected to release this new bike, along with a new roadster-style bike, in late 2022 or early 2023.

The firm has yet to remark on the official release date of these new motorcycles. When it is released, the new Bajaj Triumph 350cc bike will compete with more luxury and pricey options like as the BMW 310 series and KTM 390 models.