Triumph-Bajaj Bikes’ Finally Have A Launch Date
Article by Drivio | 24th Apr 23
The Scrambler and the Roadster from Triumph and Bajaj’s alliance are hands-down some of the most exciting upcoming bikes, especially in the small-capacity liquid-cooled segment.
- The Scrambler will have a 19- and 17-inch wheel setup, while the roadster will have 17-inchers at both ends.
- Their heart will likely be a 300-400cc liquid-cooled one.
- All the test mules that’ve been spotted have been claimed to be quite performance-oriented ones.
Rajiv Bajaj, CEO of Bajaj Auto, stated in an interview that the much anticipated Triumph-Bajaj bikes will make their first formal public appearance on June 27, 2023. The Bajaj chairman even confirmed that the Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler and Roadster will make their debut together.
The Triumph-Bajaj roadster and scrambler have been observed in production-ready form in India and overseas. As a result, it's not surprising that these motorcycles are making their debut this year. Triumph is a British brand, thus the bikes will be unveiled in London.
Rajiv Bajaj stated that the bikes will be available in the market in the second quarter of the fiscal year. However, it is unclear whether the bikes will make their India debut at the same time. We anticipate that the small-capacity Triumph bikes would arrive in India this year to capitalise on the festive season.
What will be the Triumph-Bajaj bike price?
Last year, the scrambler was first seen testing in India, and subsequently with touring accoutrements. We then had the honour of being the first publication in India to spot the roadster. So the possibility of it arriving here is very thrilling, and we can't wait to get our hands on it. In terms of pricing, we believe the roadster and scrambler will cost roughly Rs 2.25 lakh and Rs 2.50 lakh, respectively (both ex-showroom).
The Scrambler will compete against the Royal Enfield Scram 411, the Husqvarna Svartpilen 250, and the Yezdi Scrambler once it arrives. The roadster will compete with models such as the Honda CB300R, BMW G 310 R, and Zontes GK350.