New Bajaj CNG Bike India Launch Delayed to July 17

The Bajaj CNG-powered bike will go on sale in India on July 17, with an expected price tag of Rs 80,000 for the entry-level model.

By Sanorita | on June 11, 2024 Follow us on Autox Google News

The much-anticipated Bajaj CNG bike will now go on sale in India on July 17, instead of June 18, as originally announced. The exact reasons for the delay in launch are currently unknown. Though Bajaj hasn't disclosed the mechanical details, the new bike is expected to have a sloper engine with a displacement of between 110cc and 150cc. The first-ever CNG motorcycle in India will probably have a classic look and a double cradle frame. Its notable design elements will likely be a small petrol tank, a CNG cylinder beneath the long, flat single-piece seat, and a circular headlamp.

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Bajaj CNG Bike: More Highlights

According to several spy images of the Bajaj CNG bike, it will be available in two different variants. The entry-level model will likely sport a traditional commuter look, complete with a flyscreen, a long, flat single-piece seat, bulb indicators, a circular LED headlight, and a standard exhaust unit. The second edition, on the other hand, will feature a braced handlebar, knuckle protectors, and a slightly aggressive stance to stand out in the segment. 

The motorcycle is likely to have a fully digital instrument console, a heel-and-toe shifter, and a blue button on the left switchgear for switching between CNG and petrol modes. It may also feature a rear monoshock and a telescopic front fork for suspension. Other expected features include 17-inch alloy wheels, a front disc brake, and a rear drum brake.

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Bajaj CNG Bike: Price and Competitors 

The CNG-powered bike will go on sale in India on July 17, with an expected price tag of Rs 80,000 for the entry-level model. The more rugged version may cost Rs 8,000 more than the base variant. The upcoming Bajaj motorcycle will not have any direct competitors, but it will serve as an alternative to bikes such as the Hero Splendor Plus, the TVS Radeon, the Honda Shine 100, and the Bajaj Platina 110.


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