It is without a doubt that the Pulsar is a very important brand for Bajaj. Together with KTM, Bajaj is making tremendous progress in the sub 500cc segment. It is now revealed, that to further strengthen their position, Bajaj is working on new engines and new platforms for their Pulsar range of motorcycles, which should be launched in the next two years.
One of the best selling motorcycle nameplate in the country, Pulsar has been in existence for over a decade now. Started with 150 and 180, the Pulsar range today has 135, 150, 180, 200NS and 220F. Every now and then, Bajaj has been seen giving updates to their range of Pulsar motorcycles. Bajaj Auto introduced new colour schemes for Pulsar 200NS a few months back, then recently Pulsar 180 also received three dual – tone motifs. Now, third new participant Pulsar 220F is enrolled in the ‘its time I get a new dress’ programme.
HH Bajaj, sole distributors of Bajaj motorcycles in Nepal have presented the Juddha Barun Yantra with 10 modified version of the Bajaj Avenger. Calling them Toofan Fire, these bikes are fitted with fire extinguishers, first aid kits and other firefighting equipment to cater to the immediate demands of fires in the narrow alleys of New Road, Indra Chowk and Ason where fire engines need time to reach.
Just a few months back, Bajaj announced new color options for their flagship Pulsar 200 NS. Now, Bajaj Pulsar 180 has received the same treatment with three new dual-tone liveries. There are no other changes made, and the new colour options are available on the same, existing bike.
Over the years, Bajaj has launched a lot of Discover variants. This has made it confusing for buyers. Here, we are addressing the differences in Bajaj Discover range of bikes currently available in showrooms near you. The full range of Bajaj Discover motorcycle includes Discover 100, Discover 100 M, Discover 100 T, Discover 125, Discover 125 M, Discover 125 T and Discover 125 ST.
Bajaj Auto has had a busy start to 2014 with a new bikes being spotted on test. This includes the 150 NS, 180 NS, 200 NS FI, 200 SS, 400 SS, and 400 CS. It is expected that from all these bikes, the first to be launched will be the Pulsar 150 NS.
Launched in 2003, the eleven year old Discover 125 will be discontinued and replaced by Discover 125M with similar specs and a revised exterior. Discover series has proved to be beneficial for Bajaj, and new Discover 125M is expected to keep the momentum going in regards to being a high sales volume two wheeler in the segment.
Spotted earlier this year on NH4 along with its cousins, the new Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS was again spotted testing recently. Expected to replace the current Pulsar 150, upcoming 150 NS, shares its overall design with Pulsar 200 NS which is the most sporty naked street bike in the Bajaj Pulsar line-up.
Sold in many countries, the Pulsar is one of the best selling motorcycle nameplate in the world. Arguably the best Pulsar till date, the 220 was first introduced in India by Bajaj Auto back in 2007. First made-in-India motorcycle for India, to use clip-on handle bars, rear disc brakes, and a fuel injection system, Pulsar 220 FI was easily the bike-to-buy for those who wanted to upgrade from Pulsar 180 or Hero Honda Karizma.