The soon-to-be-released Bajaj Triumph scrambler was spotted testing again in Maharashtra. Bajaj and Triumph partnered back in 2017 to bring midsize motorcycles to India under their joint banner. Bajaj has also been looking to gain a stronghold in the 200-500cc segment. With their new scrambler, Bajaj-Triumph is looking to offer an entry-level motorcycle in this segment.
New Bajaj Triumph scrambler: What to expect?
The test mule spotted testing in Maharashtra was equipped with luggage accessories like a Triumph top box, saddle bag, and tail bag. Up front, the Bajaj Triumph scrambler featured handlebar guards and a small windscreen. At the back, the motorcycle sports double-barrel exhausts.
The new Bajaj Triumph scrambler resembles the Triumph Street Twin. Some elements will likely be picked up for Bajaj Triumph and offered in the new scrambler. The new scrambler will also offer an LED headlight and tail lamp, LED indicators, a flat handlebar, a one-piece seat, and a sleek fuel tank with grips on either side. Instead of alloy wheels, the Bajaj Triumph scrambler will get wire-spoke wheels.
No details have surfaced about the engine that the scrambler will employ. It is rumoured that the Bajaj Triumph scrambler will make use of a 300-400cc unit. This engine will be able to pump a maximum power output of 35hp and 30Nm torque. The scrambler will get a 6-speed gearbox. Braking duties will be handled by disc brakes at both ends. When it comes to suspension, the motorcycle will sport a USB fork at the front and a gas-charged monoshock suspension at the rear.
The exact release date of the Bajaj Triumph scrambler has not been announced yet but it is expected to launch early next year. Upon launch, the Bajaj Triumph will rival the Yezdi Scrambler, Royal Enfield Scram 411, and Husqvarna Svartpilen 250.