Bajaj Takes Control Of Triumph’s India Operations
Article by Drivio | 12th Apr 23
It’s now been officially confirmed that the Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler and Roadster are coming this year.
- Multiple Triumph bikes will be manufactured at Bajaj’s facility in Chakan.
- That said, no Bajaj-branded bike will come out of this alliance.
- This will help Triumph price its bikes a lot more competitively for the Indian and Asian market.
Bajaj, based in Chakan, has taken over Triumph's sales and service operations in India, effective April 1, 2023. This is all part of the partnership established by the two brands in 2020. The announcement also includes the co-development of several new mid-capacity Triumph motorcycles, which will be manufactured by Bajaj at its Chakan plant.
Triumph's dealer network will expand from 15 cities (where it currently stands) to 120 cities over the next two years. With all of these new, more affordable models on the market, this step only makes sense. Later this year, the companies will also confirm the launch date of the upcoming Bajaj-Triumph bikes. The first model is expected to be released by the end of this year.
As previously stated three years ago, no Bajaj motorcycles will be produced as a result of this collaboration. Having said that, the brand will undoubtedly benefit greatly from having access to Triumph's R&D.
Price List Of All The Triumph India Bikes
|Triumph Bike Model||Price (Ex-showroom India)|
|Triumph Trident 660||Rs 7,45,000|
|Triumph Speed Triple RS||Rs 17,95,000|
|Triumph Street Triple R||TBA|
|Triumph Tiger 1200 Range||Rs 19,19,000 onwards|
|Triumph Tiger Sport 660||Rs 8,95,000|
|Triumph Tiger 850 Sport||Rs 11,95,000|
|Triumph Tiger 900 Range||Rs 13,70,000|
|Triumph Bonneville T100||Rs 9,69,000|
|Triumph Bonneville T120||Rs 11,09,000|
|Triumph Bonneville Bobber||Rs 12,05,000|
|Triumph Bonneville Speed Master||Rs 12,05,000|
|Triumph Scrambler 900||Rs 9,59,000|
|Triumph Speed Twin 900||Rs 8,49,000|
|Triumph Speed Twin 1200||Rs 11,09,000|
|Triumph Rocket 3 Series||Rs 19,90,000|