The upcoming entry-level, made-in-India Triumph motorcycle might use the 250cc engine spotted powering the upcoming Pulsar 250. The air and oil-cooled 250cc engine is expected to power the entry-level motorcycle co-developed by Bajaj and Triumph. The Triumph-branded motorcycle will be produced at Bajaj’s new plant at Pune.
In January 2020, Bajaj and Triumph entered a partnership to co-develop and produce entry-level and mid-weight motorcycles. According to the partnership, Bajaj would get access to Triumph’s high-capacity motorcycles’ technology while Triumph would get access to Bajaj’s low-cost mass-production techniques. The first fruit of this partnership might just be a 200-250cc Triumph motorcycle.
This motorcycle is expected to be based on the upcoming Bajaj Pulsar 250. It was only a couple of days ago that the new Bajaj Pulsar 250 was spotted testing and the spy images revealed an air and oil-cooled engine. In the Pulsar 250, it is expected to push out around 25bhp. In the entry-level Triumph though, it will be tuned to produce slightly more power and will get new engine cases as well.
The Bajaj Pulsar 250 will compete directly with the Suzuki Gixxer 250 and Yamaha FZ-25. The Triumph motorcycle in question will be priced slightly higher than the aforementioned motorcycles. The entry-level Triumph motorcycle is expected to be launched in 2022.
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