As bike enthusiasts in India continue to wait to swing their legs on the Bajaj's first cruiser motorcycle -- Pulsar CS400 -- a fresh batch of images of the model has started doing the rounds on the internet, giving a closer look at the virtually every possible angle.
Bajaj Pulsar CS400 has never stayed away from headlines since its first appearance at the Auto Expo 2014. The bike was caught on camera numerous times on Indian roads while testing on different terrains and the latest set of images comes from AutocarIndia, not long after the launch news of the Pulsar CS400 started making headlines. The Pulsar CS400 will be launched in August in India. And the interesting bit is that the Pulsar CS400 has been snapped without any hint of camouflage, thus showing the model in its fully revealed avatar.
Talking about its design and style, from the images, the Pulsar CS400 looks identical to the concept model that was shown at the auto show two years back, except an all-black exhaust, newly-designed split seats, disc brakes for both wheels and alloy wheels with a new look. Built on the same platform as that of the KTM 390 Duke, the most intriguing part is that the Pulsar CS400 gets twin instrument console — one on the handlebar as seen in other bikes and the other on the fuel tank.
Powering the most powerful motorcycle from Bajaj's stable is a 375cc liquid-cooled, 4-valve triple-spark engine, which is likely to churn out 40hp of peak power and around 30Nm of torque. The engine is expected to come mated to six-speed transmission with fuel injection. The motorcycle will be offered with single channel ABS. It is likely to be offered as standard.
As for pricing, expect the Pulsar CS400 to be priced in the range of Rs. 1.7 lakh to Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom).