Upcoming Bajaj CNG Bike Spotted Again in India Named As Bruzer 4130

CalenderPublished at March 19, 2024 by BikeJunction
Upcoming Bajaj CNG Bike Spotted Again in India Named As Bruzer 4130

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Bajaj's upcoming CNG bike, possibly named the Bruzer 4310 bike, has been spotted testing again. Sources close to the project suggest this could be India's first factory-produced CNG motorcycle. While CNG has been used in cars since 2010, its use in two-wheelers has been limited. 

Although RTO-approved CNG conversion kits exist for some scooters, a factory-made CNG bike is unprecedented. Bajaj's move could change that by introducing a new option to the market later this year. The Bruzer CNG bike is expected to be launched between April and June 2024 and priced at Rs. 80,000 in India. 

What Is Expected In Upcoming Bajaj CNG Bike? 

Bajaj wants its new CNG bike to be a game-changer. Although the Platina 100 Motorcycle is currently the most fuel-efficient in Bajaj's lineup, with a mileage of 70 kmpl, the upcoming CNG bike is expected to beat that. It's aiming to be the most fuel-efficient bike in its category.

Bajaj might use either the 110cc engine from bikes like the Platina 110cc and CT110X or the 125cc engine from the CT125X for the new Bruzer 4310 bike. Since CNG doesn't have as much energy as petrol, a bigger engine might be needed to keep up with petrol bikes' performance. But Bajaj will probably tweak the engine to work well with CNG.

The Bajaj CNG bike spotted with a bi-fuel setup, allowing users to switch between CNG and petrol with a dedicated switch. The CNG tank will likely be positioned below the seat, while the petrol tank remains in its usual location.

Upcoming Bajaj CNG Bike Specifications & Features 

The Bajaj CNG bike features an LED headlight, knuckle guards, and new 5-spoke alloy wheels. It looks roomy and practical, like most Indian commuter bikes. It may have a sloped engine design to keep the tank area cool, with a capacity between 110 and 125cc. The new Bruzer 4310 bike could feature LED lights for both the headlight and tail light. Other possible features are a compact engine guard, a single-piece grab rail, and a short, slightly angled exhaust.

The upcoming Bajaj CNG bike is likely to be expected with a telescopic fork at the front and a monoshock at the rear. It has a front disc and rear drum setup. The absence of an ABS sensor ring suggests that the bike's displacement will be 125cc or lower, requiring only CBS as per safety norms.

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