Bajaj Pulsar 375 (Upcoming)
The Pulsar 375 is the most anticipated motorcycle from Bajaj this financial year. This fully-faired motorcycle is expected to be a sports tourer rather than a super sport motorcycle. The bike was spied testing few weeks ago in Lavasa and that helped us gather some information regarding the bike.
The Pulsar 375 will be fuel injected and will get adjustable clip-on handlebars and projectors along with pilot lamps. Like the Duke 390, the Pulsar 375 won’t get an underbelly exhaust but will get the anti-lock-braking system (ABS) which can be switched off.
The Pulsar 375 will be powered by a 373cc single cylinder liquid-cooled engine, the same mill that powers the KTM Duke 390. This engine produces peak power of 44bhp at 9000rpm and torque of 32Nm at 7250 rpm. It is mated to a six-speed gearbox.
We are expecting Bajaj to launch the Pulsar 375 at somewhere between Rs 1.7 lakh and Rs 1.8 lakh. Expect the Pulsar 375 to get some attractive paint schemes.
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