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New Bajaj CNG upcoming bike design, launch details

Bajaj’s forthcoming CNG motorbike is expected to bear the moniker “Bruzer.

Bajaj’s soon-to-be-launched CNG motorbike isn’t exactly a clandestine project, particularly after Rajiv Bajaj, the managing director, spilled the beans about its impending debut on June 18. With just a month left until its release, Bajaj’s CNG bike has been caught on camera during testing once more, and this time around, we’ve got sharper images. Let’s recap what we’ve gathered about this two-wheeler thus far.


  1. Bruzer to come with block patterned tyres
  2. LED headlight and tail lamp spotted
  3. launch in India on June 18

Bajaj Bruzer design and launching details

The Bajaj CNG motorcycle is affectionately dubbed the Bruzer, as Bajaj has officially sought trademark protection for this moniker. Insights from insiders hint at its imminent release under this name.

The Bruzer showcases a nostalgic design ethos, featuring a circular headlight, a level seat, and a capacious petrol tank. However, insider leaks indicate that the CNG component will be stored beneath the rider’s seat, safeguarded by a sturdy tubular steel frame.

Bajaj has opted for a sloper engine configuration for its spatial advantages, offering potential for innovative design elements. Notably, prototypes have been spotted with tall fly-screens and ergonomic hand grips, yet it remains unclear if these will be standard features or offered as customizable options.

Distinctive features of the Bruzer include a twin-five spoke alloy wheel design shod with block-patterned tires, accompanied by front disc and rear drum brakes for reliable stopping power. Its suspension system comprises a telescopic fork at the front and a mono-shock at the rear, suggesting robust capabilities for traversing rough terrains.

New Bajaj CNG Bruzer spotted

While the indicators may employ halogen technology, both the headlight and tail lamp are expected to utilize energy-efficient LED units. Pricing speculation arises given Bajaj’s renowned prowess in competitive pricing strategies, akin to past models such as the Pulsar NS400Z and Triumph Speed 400. It is anticipated that Bajaj will leverage its extensive product range and component inventory to offer the Bruzer at an attractive price point.

However, the positioning of the Bruzer within Bajaj’s existing 125cc lineup remains uncertain. All speculations will be put to rest upon the motorcycle’s anticipated launch on June 18.

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