Bajaj CNG motorcycle: Technical Specifications and Design Features

The Bajaj Bruiser CNG is expected to be launched in India in July 2024 at a price of ₹ 90,000 to ₹ 1,20,000. Currently available bikes like the Bruiser CNG include the Hero Glamour Xtec, Bajaj Pulsar 125 and Honda SP 125. Another bike like the Bruiser CNG is the Bajaj Pulsar N125 which will be launched in India in October 2024.

The Pulsar brand is the main reason why Bajaj Auto sells so many motorcycles. This includes the Pulsar 125, Pulsar NS125, Pulsar 150, Pulsar N150, Pulsar NS160, Pulsar N160Z, Pulsar NS200, Pulsar RS200, Pulsar 220F, Pulsar N250 and Pulsar NS400Z.

Bajaj CNG Motorcycle Features

The design of the Bajaj CNG bike is similar to that of a standard commuter motorcycle, with all the modern elements like telescopic forks and halogen turn indicators. Some of the key features include multi-spoke alloy wheels, a mono-shock unit, and disc and drum braking systems for better safety and performance.

Bajaj CNG Bike: Technical Details

The exact technical specifications of the Bajaj CNG bike have not been fully revealed yet, but early reports indicate that it will likely have a 110cc or 125cc engine. Many expect it to have a 125cc engine that will match the performance of the common 110cc petrol bike. CNG bikes usually have less power than petrol bikes.

The CNG tank will be placed under the flat seat of the bike. It might also come with a small petrol tank that you can use when the CNG fuel runs out. There is a blue switch on the left handlebar to switch between CNG and petrol mode.

Engine Specifications

Bajaj might use the 125cc air-cooled engine from its regular commuter bike for the CNG-powered bike, but it’s not confirmed yet. The engine is designed to be very fuel-efficient and is great for daily commuting. It will be connected to a five-speed gearbox.

Bajaj CNG Bike – Variants and Design

The new Bajaj CNG Bike will come in multiple versions, offering consumers different choices. Two versions have been seen so far. One version has premium features like a small windscreen and stylish mirror supports. The other version has a tough design with protective features such as handguards and a sump guard. Both versions have streamlined exhausts and regular alloy wheels. The bike is designed for a comfortable ride with an upright seating position, a single handlebar, mid-positioned foot pegs, and a unified seat.

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