The Bajaj-Triumph partnership is all set to launch its first motorcycles, including a 400cc roadster and a scrambler, in the coming months. The alliance aims to expand Triumph’s existing 15 sales outlets to 120 in the next two years. The upcoming Bajaj-Triumph Scram 400, featuring a new 350-400cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled Fi engine, has been spotted testing without camouflage.
Bajaj-Triumph Scram 400
Design and Features
The motorcycle boasts a slim structure, a transparent windscreen, a circular LED headlamp, LED turn indicators, and an LED tail lamp with an inverter U-shaped signature. It also features a tall-set front beak, split grab rails, split seats with wide padding for the rider, and a twin-port side-mounted exhaust system.
Suspension and Brakes
The Bajaj-Triumph Scram 400 is suspended on 41-43mm upside-down front forks and a monoshock rear suspension with pre-load adjustability. The bike is equipped with a 320mm front disc and a 270-280mm rear disc brake, along with a dual-channel ABS system.
Performance and Transmission
The Scrambler will be powered by an all-new 350-400cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled Fi engine, which will be linked with a six-speed transmission. The powertrain is expected to come with electronic aids such as traction control and switchable ABS systems, as well as Bluetooth connectivity.
Price and Availability
The Bajaj-Triumph Scram 400 is expected to have a starting price of around Rs. 2.6-2.7 lakh (ex-showroom). The smaller 250cc versions of the Scrambler and the Roadster are also expected to be launched soon. The motorcycle will be manufactured at Bajaj’s production facility in Chakan near Pune.
The Bajaj-Triumph Scram 400 is a highly anticipated motorcycle that will offer a blend of touring and off-road capabilities. The motorcycle boasts an impressive list of features, including a semi-digital instrument cluster, an offset fuel filler cap, and a slim fuel tank with a capacity of 13 liters. With its sleek design and advanced features, the Scrambler is set to make waves in the middleweight motorcycle segment.