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Bajaj Pulsar CS400 spied without camouflage for the first time

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 spy photos no camouflage

The bike likely to derive its engine from the KTM Duke 390.

The production ready version of the Bajaj Pulsar CS400 has been clicked up close without any camouflage for the first time. The motorcycle’s launch in August has reportedly been confirmed by Rajiv Bajaj at the company’s Annual General Meeting.

The Pulsar CS400 is all set to become the most powerful and most expensive Bajaj motorcycle till date. With a semi low-slung stance, the latest Pulsar wants to be a power cruiser.

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 spy photos no camouflage

The design is identical to that of the concept which was unveield in 2014.

Targeting touring enthusiasts, the CS400 will be aiming to offer relaxed riding position, comfortable ride, and effortless mile-munching capabilities. If aims to deliver the best traits of traditional motorcycles and cruisers in a single package.

The design remains identical to the concept that was showcased at the Auto Expo 2014 but there are a few changes like the front suspension system which is a regular telescopic fork (concept used USD fork), split seats, etc. The motorcycle employs LED headlights, fully digital instrument console with auxiliary display on the fuel tank, front and rear disc brakes (with optional ABS), meaty tyres and LED taillights.

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 spy photos no camouflage

The engine would is expected to employ triple-spark technology.

Nothing much about the engine is known as of now but it’s reasonable to expect Bajaj to borrow KTM’s much appreciated 373.2 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine. We expect the motor to employ Bajaj’s patented triple spark technology. Power output is estimated to be around 40 PS.

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The Bajaj CS400 is expected to be priced around INR 1.6 lakhs. It will rival the likes of Mahindra Mojo, Royal Enfield Himalayan, KTM Duke 390, etc.

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