Here Are All The Bajaj Two-wheelers You Can Expect For 2023

  • Dec 28, 2022
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A total of four new models are likely to spawn from the Chakan-based manufacturer

Bajaj ended 2022 with a new launch for the Indian market, the Pulsar P150. While we found it to be a likeable bike when we rode it, Bajaj could likely launch four new/updated models in 2023. Here’s a lowdown on them:

Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler

The Triumph-Bajaj Scrambler is arguably the most hotly-anticipated bike incoming from Bajaj. And now given that it’s been spotted not only once, but twice in India, we feel it could be here sometime in mid 2023. There’ll also be a roadster variant of the same. With a powerful 350-400cc liquid-cooled engine backed by a potent engine and premium underpinnings, this upcoming bike surely sounds very exciting! The bike could carry a price tag of around Rs 2.50 lakh. 

Bajaj Avenger 250

The Bajaj Avenger range has gained quite a fanbase over the years, being one of the most affordable and dedicated cruiser-commuter bikes in India. But with the introduction of the new Pulsar 250s, Bajaj can now use the new quarter-litre air/oil-cooled powertrain for the Avenger 250 as well, possibly with a different tune to suffice the cruiser purpose. For perspective, it currently makes 24.5PS and 21.5Nm. This quarter litre cruiser should help Bajaj make a dent on Yezdi Roadster and Royal Enfield Meteor 350’s dominance in the affordable cruiser segment. It could be priced around the same as the Bajaj Avenger 220, which currently costs Rs 1,38,368 (ex-showroom Delhi). 

Bajaj Pulsar N200

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The third motorcycle on the list from Bajaj could be the Pulsar N200. Based on the new 250cc platform, it’ll likely sport a downsized 200cc air-cooled engine. It’ll hence fill the void between the N160 and the 250 twins in terms of Bajaj’s new powertrains’ lineup. We expect it to be priced around the Rs 1.35 lakh mark (ex-showroom).

Bajaj Pulsar P125

The P125 will have a 125cc engine, one that’s downsized from the P150. Similar to the latter, it could be a punchy, friendly engine while retaining the Pulsar moniker’s sportiness. With the entire Pulsar range moving onto newer engines, the 125cc segment, hence, will now also have a bike with the new powertrains. The bike could carry a Rs 90,000 (ex-showroom) price tag.

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Bajaj Pulsar P150
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