Triumph with Bajaj motor
Want to see the Triumph Bonneville 250? Or, for example, the Triumph Street Single, where instead of the Triple there is a single barrel? Apparently, something similar will soon go on sale.
As you probably know, about a year ago, Triumph and Bajaj entered into a partnership agreement that expects to release Triumph-branded small bikes for the Asian market.
Even before the official announcement of the partnership, the companies tested the market for two years. And now there are rumors about the imminent appearance of a new small-capacity Triumph. It was reported last week that Bajaj is developing a 250cc engine for the new Pulsar, and it is more than likely that the new air-cooled single-cylinder engine will be fitted to the Triumph-Bajaj partnership.
Curiously, the new engine is air-cooled, unlike other new liquid-cooled Bajaj motors.
This could probably speak to the price segment that the new Triumph-Bajaj motorcycle is targeting. The new 250cc bike could be a worthy competitor to the Royal Enfield Meteor 350 or even the Honda H’Ness CB350 and CB350 RS, also targeting Asian markets. Despite the smaller displacement, a motorcycle under the Triumph brand will be very attractive to connoisseurs of the British brand, of which there are many in India.
The new engine for the Triumph small-capacity model is expected to have a different engine cover design to be different from the version for the Bajaj Pulsar 250.
And, as is always the case with Triumph, no matter how big or small, you should expect thoughtful design and meticulous attention to detail from new items.