Bajaj Fighter Name Trademarked in India, Could it be for Upcoming CNG Bike?

Bajaj is set to launch its first CNG bike in India on June 18. The new two-wheeler may have two versions, with the base model costing roughly Rs 80,000.

By Sanorita | on May 31, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

Bajaj Auto has registered a trademark for the 'Fighter' name in India. The Chakan-based company is working on several new models, including its first CNG bike. While there is no formal confirmation, the new CNG motorcycle may receive this name. It's important to note that a few months ago, Bajaj also registered the 'Bruzer' moniker, which could be another possible nameplate for the bike. At the Pulsar NS400Z launch event, Bajaj confirmed that its CNG bike will go on sale in India on June 18. The upcoming motorcycle is currently going through extensive testing on our roads, revealing significant design details. Based on these spy photos, let's have a look at some possible features of Bajaj's new bike.

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Bajaj CNG Bike: Design

The most recent spy photos suggest that India's first CNG motorcycle comes in two versions. The roadster version has a typical commuter style, with bulb indicators, a flyscreen, a rounded LED headlight, a long, flat single-piece seat, and a conventional exhaust system. The more aggressive-looking model, on the other hand, is equipped with multiple distinguishing features, such as a sump guard, a raised and braced handlebar, and knuckle guards.

Bajaj CNG Bike: Mechanical and Other Details

Bajaj is currently silent on the technical specifications of the bike, although there are strong rumours that it could use CNG technology with engine capacities of 110cc or 125cc. We expect that the CNG bike will have a 125cc engine to perform similarly to a 110cc petrol one. This is because CNG-powered vehicles often have less power than their petrol-powered siblings.

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The motorcycle is expected to feature a CNG cylinder beneath the long, flat single-piece seat, and an extra fuel tank that can be used if the CNG runs out. For suspension, it could have a telescopic fork, a monoshock, a front disc brake, and a rear drum brake. According to market rumours, Bajaj may price the base model competitively at Rs 80,000. The exact information will be disclosed at the launch on June 18.

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