Pulsar 400 key highlights
The introduction of the Bajaj Dominar 400 gave way to the possibility of the Pulsar 400. While the Pulsar NS200 was launched in India nearly 11 years ago, a Pulsar 400 is long overdue too.
Now, the Bajaj Pulsar 400 is expected to come with the same engine as the Dominar 400. This 373cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine churns out 39.4bhp and 35Nm on the Dominar, but could have a slightly different state of tune on the Pulsar 400. In addition to that, the Pulsar 400 could use the same frame as the Dominar 400 which essentially uses a strengthened version of the NS200’s frame. However, we expect the Pulsar 400 to be lighter than the Dominar’s 193kg weight.
The design and styling are expected to be either in tune with the NS or RS range and come with sharp and aggressive lines. In terms of features, the Pulsar 400 is likely to come with dual-channel ABS, full-LED lighting and a fully digital cluster as standard. Hardware is expected to comprise inverted forks and a monoshock along with discs at both ends.
We can expect the Pulsar 400 to be launched sometime in 2024 and compete against the KTM 390 Duke, BMW G310 R and TVS Apache RTR 310. Or, if it comes in a full-faired avatar it will rival the BMW G310 RR, TVS Apache RR 310 and the KTM RC 200. As for pricing, the Bajaj Pulsar 400 is expected to be positioned below the Dominar 400 and come as one of the most affordable 400cc options in India.
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