EXCLUSIVE: Triumph-Bajaj 350 Roadster Spotted In India
Modified On Mar 28, 2023 10:57 AM By Aamir Momin for Triumph Bajaj 350
The roadster has been spotted in India for the first time and looks almost production ready
One of the highly-anticipated motorcycles of this year, the Triumph-Bajaj 350 roadster, has been spied testing on Indian roads. The test mule looked production ready and sported a few Indian bits, different from the previous spy shots of the bike.
The test mule of the roadster was seen running on alloy wheels, similar to the test mule of the international-spec bike, check it out here.
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As compared to the international-spec model, the India-spec 350 roadster also featured a rather large saree guard, a crash guard that’s eerily reminiscent of the KTM 390 Duke, and what looks like a smaller, secondary crash guard in the lower portion of the engine. Lastly, the headlight bracket on the India-spec model is also slightly different and features the number plate positioned just above the headlight unit. The console seems to be a semi-digital unit instead of a fully digital one.
The rest of the bike looks exactly the same as the international-spec test mule. It is likely to be powered by a 350-400cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine. We expect it to produce somewhere around 35-38PS and 30Nm. Underpinnings include an inverted fork, a rear monoshock, and disc brakes at both ends, likely with dual-channel ABS.
Expect the bikemaker to launch the motorcycle by the end of 2023. Once launched, the Triumph-Bajaj 350 is likely to be priced around Rs 2.25 lakh (ex-showroom) and will rival the likes of Honda CB300R, BMW G 310 R and Zontes GK350.
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