Representational image (PS: Triumph)
Bajaj Auto and Triumph together to bring a new motorcycle for the Indian market. Both the companies have been working on this scrambler bike for almost a year now. This bike will enter on 27 June 2023.
Bajaj-Triumph The new bike will come in the segment with 400cc engine. After launch it will be launched in the Indian market. Royal Enfield The Scram 411 will compete with the Yezdi Scrambler and the Honda CB350RS. Let us know what is special about the upcoming bike and its competitor models.
Bajaj Triumph Bikes
This upcoming bike can be given a design similar to the twin model of Triumph. It will get a bigger fuel tank, LED lighting, single seat, digital instrument cluster and specially designed alloy wheels. For the safety of the rider, this motorcycle will be given disc brake and dual channel ABS on both the wheels. To give power to it, a single cylinder liquid-cooled engine can be found from 350 to 400 cc.
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Royal Enfield Bikes
Royal Enfield Scram 411 gets single piece seat, round halogen headlight, upwest exhaust, semi digital instrument cluster and LED taillight. This bike has a 411cc single cylinder oil cooled engine. It also gets dual channel ABS, disc brakes on both the wheels, monoshock at the rear and telescopic forks at the front. The price of this motorcycle starts from Rs. 2.03 lakh (ex-showroom).
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Yezdi Scrambler gets retro styled look with teardrop shaped fuel tank, round LED headlamp, LED taillamp, upwest exhaust. It has a 334cc single cylinder liquid cooled engine. The motorcycle is equipped with safety features like dual channel ABS, disc brakes on both the wheels, telescopic forks at the front and dual shock absorbers at the rear. Its starting price starts from 2.1 lakh (ex-showroom).
Honda CB350RS gets 348cc single cylinder air cooled engine. In terms of features, it comes with round LED headlight, single seat, semi digital instrument cluster, LED taillights. At the same time, safety features like disc brakes on both wheels, Honda’s torque control technology, dual channel ABS are available. Its prices start from Rs. 2.15 lakh (ex-showroom).