Thursday, 16 April 2015

Its official, Bajaj will launch Pulsar CS400 in 2015-16 fiscal year itself.

Bajaj has been on a spree of launching new models off late, with bringing out Pulsar RS200, AS200 and AS150 within a tiny span of time. And they don't seem in the mood of stopping either. If the blokes at an online automobile based website Motoroids are to believed, the Pulsar CS400 is not very far from getting its share of daylight. If we go by some earlier reports, the motorcycle manufacturer had planned to introduce 6 new models under brand Pulsar in 6 months. Out of which, we have already seen the RS200, AS200 and AS150. The CS400 could very well be one of the rest three. Or atleast, we'd like it to be!
 


The Managing Director, Rajiv Bajaj, gave some cues on the launch of Adventure Sports line up saying "We would like to see the 400 to debut as a power cruiser as we had shown in the last Auto Expo… also stated to be launched at some point in this financial year. So when that happens the Pulsar 400 would be the next flagship of the Pulsar brand."

If we go with what we saw at Auto Expo 2014, the CS400 will most probably be put forward as a premium motorcycle. With a lot of goodies that you find on high-end bikes were seen on the motorcycle Bajaj showed in Auto Expo. Perimeter frame, upside-down forks at front, a monoshock at rear, fully digital instrument console, multi-peice LED Headlamp, funky tailpiece, a chunky swingarm, a stylish exhaust canister are some of the goodies to be named.

The statement from Rajiv Bajaj calls the CS400 as power cruiser, and that it will be! With a 400cc single cylinder motor it sports, the bike would most probably be churning power close to 40PS. That is more than enough power to cruise on our beloved Indian highways. Though, We'd love to see a AS category variant of the 400, which could do more justice with the cruiser tag. Nevertheless, we would love to have it at our disposal even in the very streetfighter avatar.

Couldn't it be a promising motorcycle for most of the seasoned tourers and regular highway commuters? And what about the handful of pro-stunters we have in your country. Wouldn't it be even better to see them performing art on our Desi built machines? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

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