Bajaj Motors, renowned for its innovative and performance-driven bikes, is all set to unveil its latest marvel, the Pulsar NS400. Anticipation is rife as this new addition to the Pulsar series promises an exhilarating ride packed with power and style. Let’s delve into the anticipated features, comparisons, and what makes this bike a potential game-changer in the market.
The heart of the Pulsar NS400 is its 373.2 cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine, tailored to deliver high-performance output, especially on extensive journeys. While the launch date and pricing remain undisclosed, industry whispers hint at a possible debut by the end of December or in January 2024, adding to the excitement among enthusiasts eagerly awaiting its arrival.
Performance aficionados can expect a robust power delivery of 40 bhp and torque measuring at 35 Nm. Equipped with disc brakes for both front and rear tires, this bike aims to ensure optimal safety alongside its performance prowess. Complementing its functionality, the bike’s design boasts a simplistic handlebar, a digital display with a speedometer, and an ergonomically designed seat tailored for comfortable long rides.
Envisioned with a futuristic and aggressive front-end design, the Pulsar NS400 is set to exude a captivating look sure to turn heads on the streets. As for its anticipated price point, speculations suggest a starting range of over Rs 2 lakh ex-showroom, with the initial launch offering just one variant.
In a competitive market landscape, the Pulsar NS400 will enter the fray against notable contenders like the Royal Enfield Himalayan, KTM 250 Duke, and Suzuki Gixxer 250. To appeal to the younger demographic, the bike features LED lights, tubeless tires, alloy wheels, anti-lock braking system (ABS), and chic graphics.
Furthermore, the NS400 promises an extensive fuel tank capacity, larger than 10 liters, catering to riders aiming for long-distance journeys. The inclusion of a stylish exhaust with turn indicators further adds to the bike’s aesthetic appeal and functionality.
Comparatively, Bajaj’s existing high-power offering, the Dominar 400, presents a compelling option in the market. Boasting a 373.3 cc engine, a 13-liter fuel tank, and a 6-speed gearbox, the Dominar 400 has carved its niche among performance-centric riders. Retailing at Rs 2.24 lakh ex-showroom, the Dominar 400 also features ABS, delivering 39.4 bhp power at 8650rpm and a torque of 35 Nm at 7000 rpm, with a total weight of 187 kg.
As the industry eagerly awaits the grand debut of the Pulsar NS400, the promises of power, style, and functionality showcased by Bajaj Motors in this latest addition only add to the fervor among motorcycle enthusiasts, heralding a new chapter in the realm of high-performance biking.