Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler Instrument Console Details Revealed
Article by Drivio | 19th Apr 23
Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler gets a semi-digital console along with some touring-friendly accessories.
- Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler will get a 300-400cc liquid-cooled engine, making power just less than something like the KTM 390 Adventure.
- The underpinnings include an inverted fork along with a monoshock.
- It’ll be well-equipped to take on some light rough-roading.
The Triumph Bajaj Scrambler 350 was previously spotted in India (for the first time), but this time the photographs of the motorcycle surfacing the internet are by far clearest. The images reveal the semi-digital instrument cluster for the first time. While the traditional tacho is readily visible, the digital inset will most likely include turn-by-turn navigation in addition to a slew of other useful information.
Unlike the one shown previously in the country, this one has a raised fender to match the motorcycle's scrambler style. There are also full-length fork shrouds visible, which look a touch too crudely built. The lighting is all LED, and the little windscreen rounds out the front end. Because the motorbike is designed for trail riding, it includes upper and lower crash shields as well as a metal bash plate for all-around protection.
The test mule is outfitted with a split seat, a soft pannier mounted on a saddle stay on the left, and a removable hard case top box situated on a dedicated luggage rack. Meanwhile, the fuel tank has tank grips as well as an offset fuel tank cover. Though the foot pegs are slightly rear set, the easy-to-reach braced handlebars (complete with knuckle guards) should keep the rider comfortable when clocking kilometres.
When will Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler 350 launch?
The Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler 350 is expected to be released by the end of the year, as indicated by the two companies' recent statement that Bajaj will take over Triumph's activities in India. It is expected to be priced around Rs 2.50 lakh (ex-showroom) and will compete with the Royal Enfield Scram 411, Yezdi Scrambler, and Husqvarna Svartpilen 250.