The soon-to-be-launched Pulsar CS400, from the house of the Pune two-wheeler maker Bajaj, has become a common sighting in the country these days. The Pulsar CS400, the first cruiser of Bajaj which was a head-turner at the Auto Expo 2014, is said to be just a few days away from its launch in the country.
Now ahead of its official arrival in the country, a fresh batch of spy images of the Pulsar CS400 has surfaced online, this time showing the model without camouflage and also revealing its black body shade. Caught on camera by Motoroids, the Pulsar CS400 is believed to be in its finals stages of testing on the Indian roads.
There is nothing much to talk about the style and design of the Pulsar CS4000 as it has already made countless appearances on the web. The motorcycle shares more than passing resemblance with the concept shown at the Auto show two years back, but there are changes in the production version. The Pulsar CS400, which is built on the same platform as that of the KTM 390 Duke, will feature newly-designed split seats, disc brakes for both wheels and alloy wheels with a new look and twin instrument console — one on the handlebar as seen in other bikes and the other on the fuel tank.
The Pulsar CS400 will get power from a 375cc liquid-cooled, 4-valve triple-spark engine, which is likely to churn out 40hp of peak power and around 30Nm of torque. Expected to be priced in the range of Rs. 1.7 lakh to Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom), the new Pulsar is expected to come mated to six-speed transmission with fuel injection. The motorcycle will come with ABS, but it remains to be seen whether ABS will be offered as standard or as optional. There are also rumours that the company would launch two variants of the Pulsar CS400—ABS and Non-ABS version.