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    New Bajaj Pulsar RS400 Incoming – Rendered In New Colours

    New Bajaj Pulsar RS400 RenderedUpcoming Pulsar RS400 can be the fastest Pulsar, even better than NS400Z that has a top speed of 154 km/HBajaj recently launched the biggest Pulsar NS400Z at an irresistible price of Rs 1.85 lakh. Sources reveal that the biggest Pulsar will soon have a sibling in the form of a fully faired Pulsar RS400. It will be a track-ready bike, focused on unlocking exhilarating rides for enthusiasts.Bajaj Pulsar RS400 RenderedSome of the styling bits for Pulsar RS400 are expected to be borrowed from the smaller capacity Pulsar RS200. The fairing will be sharper and more aerodynamic, which will help achieve faster acceleration and higher top speed. Based on the design language, Pratyush Rout has created digital renders of the upcoming Pulsar RS400 in various colours of Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, White and Orange.New Bajaj Pulsar RS400 RenderedGraphics will be entirely new and the bike will be getting some exclusive colour options. An all-LED lighting setup is likely for Pulsar RS400. Other key highlights include trendy rear-view mirrors on the front cowl, an aggressive front fascia, functional wind screen, sculpted fuel tank, split seat design and rear tyre hugger.With low-set handlebar and rear-set footpegs, Pulsar RS400 can have a committed riding stance. But in case Bajaj wants to position the bike as a sports tourer, Pulsar RS400 will have a relatively relaxed riding posture in comparison to RS200. Seat height is expected to be around 800 mm, which will make the bike suitable for a wide segment of users.New Bajaj Pulsar RS400 RenderedTech features will include a Bluetooth-based fully digital instrument console. It could be the same unit as seen with the recently launched Pulsar NS400. Some new track focused info could be introduced for RS400. Users will be able to access calls, messages, music and turn-by-turn navigation. A lap timer allows users to track their performance.New Bajaj Pulsar RS400 RenderedBajaj Pulsar RS400 – Performance, specsUpcoming Pulsar RS 400 will be using the 373.27 cc, liquid cooled engine from the Dominar 400 and Pulsar NS400. It generates 40 PS and 35 Nm and is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. For Pulsar RS400, some tweaks can be performed for improved power delivery. The engine has assist and slipper clutch and ride by wire electronic throttle control. Pulsar RS400 will be getting ECU ride modes and electronic traction control, similar to that of Pulsar NS400.New Bajaj Pulsar RS400 RenderedSuspension setup is likely to have 43 mm USD forks at front and an adjustable monoshock with Nitrox at rear. Pulsar RS400 will be getting 320 mm and 230 mm disc brakes at front and rear, respectively. While alloy wheels will be 17-inch at both ends, the choice of tyres could be different in case of RS400. The focus will be on ensuring a superior grip at high speeds. Dual-channel ABS will be offered as standard.New Bajaj Pulsar RS400 RenderedBajaj Pulsar RS400 – Launch, pricingNew Bajaj Pulsar RS 400 is expected to be launched later this year. Just like the Pulsar NS400Z, the RS400 will also be offered at a competitive price point. An initial offer price of somewhere around Rs 2 lakh seems plausible for Pulsar RS400. More

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    Bajaj Pulsar 400 Vs Alternatives for Best Value – Price Tag Showdown

    New Bajaj Pulsar 400At Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-sh), Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z is aggressively priced and undercuts its immediate rivals and many lower displacement bikesIf you’re looking for the most celebrated sporty sub-brand in India from a mainstream motorcycle manufacturer, you will land on Bajaj’s Pulsar line. At Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-sh, introductory), the “Biggest Pulsar ever” Pulsar NS400Z is insane value for money. But what else can you get for Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-sh) from other rival brands in India? Let’s take a look.Pulsar NS400Z Pricing – Very Competitive!Bajaj is known for aggressive price strategies. Recently launched Pulsar NS400Z is no different. At Rs. 1.85 lakh, it is a shiny example of aggressive pricing. Best thing about NS400Z’s pricing is that there are no variants and all bells and whistles are standard. We looked at what rival brands are offering at NS400Z’s price point. Results will shock you.TVS Apache RTR 310 ReviewFrom TVSPulsar NS400Z’s immediate rival from TVS is Apache RTR 310. However, TVS has priced it from Rs. 2.43 lakh (ex-sh) for the base variant, which is Rs. 58,000 more than Pulsar NS400Z. When compared to NS400Z, RTR 310 is 11% less powerful, 18% less torquey and is 5kg lighter in weight.TVS has jam-packed Apache RTR 310 with gizmos, electronics and features. But most of them are bundled with optional BTO packs and the base Rs. 2.43 lakh (ex-sh) variant miss out on almost all of them. If you want all the gizmos, the optional Dynamic Pro Kit BTO pack and fancy colours, Apache RTR 310 is easily Rs. 1 lakh+ more expensive than Pulsar NS 400Z.Honda CB300FFrom HondaUnlike TVS with a significant price gap, Honda has CB300F which is close to Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z’s pricing. Honda also has CB300R priced at Rs. 2.4 lakh (ex-sh), but CB300F is closer in price to NS400Z at Rs. 1.7 lakh (ex-sh). When compared to Pulsar NS400Z, Honda CB300F is 39% less powerful, 27% less torquey and is only oil-cooled. But it is 21 kg lighter and costs Rs. 15,000 less.Hero Karizma XMR 210 ReviewFrom HeroWorld’s largest 2W manufacturer has launched its flagship Mavrick 440 starting at Rs. 2 lakh (ex-sh) and is comparable to Pulsar NS400Z price-wise. However, Hero’s Karizma XMR is closer in cost at Rs. 1.8 lakh (ex-sh). Karizma gets a full fairing and is 36% less powerful, 42% less torquey, around 10 kg lighter and costs Rs. 5,000 less than NS400Z.Suzuki Gixxer 250From SuzukiBajaj Pulsar NS400Z rival from the house of Suzuki is Gixxer 250. It is considered to be one of the most underrated motorcycles in India. But priced at Rs. 1.84 lakh (ex-sh), it costs just as much as the recently launched Pulsar NS400Z, but has around 37% less power, 36% less torque, 18 kg less kerb weight and a lot less equipment.New Yamaha R15From YamahaTeam Blue offers YZF-R15 as its flagship single-cylinder offering in India. Priced between Rs. 1.83 lakh and Rs. 1.99 lakh (ex-sh), R15 has a lot of emotional draw in India for its looks. But spec to spec, Yamama R15 is 54% less powerful, around 60% less torquey and weighs 33 kg less than Pulsar NS400Z.KTM Duke 125From KTMTeam Orange is perceived as a premium offering. Cost-wise, KTM is priced at a premium too. The closest priced offering from KTM to a Pulsar NS400Z is surprisingly 125 Duke with a dinky little 124cc engine priced at Rs. 1.79 lakh (ex-sh). It is 64% less powerful and 66% less torquey than Pulsar NS400Z. At 159 kg, KTM 125 Duke is only 15 kg lighter than Pulsar NS400Z. Despite being a naked 125cc bike, 125 Duke is heavier than a fully-faired R15. More

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    New Bajaj Pulsar 400 Vs Rivals – Duke 390, Dominar, Triumph 400, Apache 310, Harley 440

    Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Vs RivalsWhere rivals are concerned, Bajaj Pulsar NS400 lock horns with Speed 400, Mavrick 440, Apache RTR 310, Harley X440, 390 Duke, Dominar 400, CB300R and the likesThe excitement in Indian motorcycling fraternity is off the roof at Bajaj’s facility where the company just launched its ‘Biggest Pulsar ever’. With the launch of Pulsar NS400Z, Bajaj is bringing the vastly popular Pulsar brand to a whole new level where performance single-cylinder motorcycles are concerned in India.New Bajaj Pulsar 400 Vs RivalsThe most anticipated Pulsar NS400Z is launched by Bajaj at a brilliant introductory price of Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-sh). We’re sure this aggressive pricing is stirring the hearts of innumerous Pulsar maniacs in India. It rivals the likes of Triumph Speed 400, TVS Apache RTR 310, Hero Mavrick 440, KTM 390 Duke and Bajaj’s own Dominar 400. To some extent, Pulsar NS400 also rivals Harley-Davidson X440, Honda CB300R, BMW G 310 R and Yezdi Roadster.Bajaj Pulsar NS400ZTo keep costs in check, Bajaj Auto is offering the same 373cc engine as Dominar 400. In effect, Pulsar NS400 is essentially the Pulsar NS200 with its perimeter frame, but packs Dominar 400’s 40 bhp and 35 Nm engine. Owing to its power cruiser genre, Dominar 400 weighs a hefty 193 kg. With Pulsar NS400, weight is more manageable at 174 kg.The most powerful offering of this bunch is the KTM 390 Duke at 45 bhp and it comes at a premium costing Rs. 3.11 lakh (ex-sh). Except for Hero and Harley duo, all other motorcycles here get a DOHC 4V head along with liquid cooling. Owing to their smaller displacements, TVS Apache RTR 310 and Honda CB300R pack less performance. But they weigh less to make up for it. Especially the Honda CB300R at just 146 kg, is the lightest in this bunch.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Vs RivalsWheelbase is the longest with Dominar 400 at 1,453 mm and it suits the bike’s power cruiser genre. All motorcycles offer a seat height of around 800 mm, while KTM 390 Duke has the tallest seat height at 830 mm. Ground clearance is 180 mm with 390 Duke, highest in this comparison and it also has the biggest fuel tank of this bunch at 13.4L. The new Pulsar NS400Z has 12L tank.Cycle parts150-section rear tyre is the norm in this high-performance single-cylinder motorcycle space and Pulsar NS400 slightly disappoints in this regard with a 140-section rear tyre. However, Harley X440 packs 140-section while Yezdi Roadster’s is 130-section. All motorcycles get dual disc brakes at both ends along with dual-channel ABS. Pulsar NS400 now packs floating disc brakes, 5-way adjustable levers, ABS ride modes, traction control system and ride-by-wire throttle.Where features are concerned, no motorcycle on this list can hold a candle against Apache RTR 310. TVS has thrown everything on Apache RTR 310 including custom BTO packs to individualise the bike further. TPMS, quickshifter, cooled seat, cornering ABS, cruise control, cornering TCS, cornering cruise control are wheelie control are some of the features that TVS Apache RTR 310 offers.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Vs RivalsKTM 390 Duke offer a few of these attributes too. Suspension-wise, only the Hero Mavrick and Yezdi Roadster lack USD front forks, while others offer them for better handling characteristics and premium appeal. Except for the Hero-Harley duo and Yezdi Roadster, all other motorcycles pack a sportier mono-shock rear suspension setup.Stellar pricing by Bajaj AutoAll motorcycles offer LED lighting elements in their headlights, tail lights and turn indicators. Which is expected at this price point. In terms of instrumentation, Triumph is the only one adhering to semi-digital cluster for retro appeal. Dominar 400, Yezdi Roadster, BMW G 310 R and CB300R pack fully digital clusters, but they don’t feature connectivity attributes. Rest of the motorcycles including the just launched Pulsar NS400 pack phone connectivity with a dedicated app.Bajaj Pulsar NS400ZWhere pricing is concerned, KTM 390 Duke tops everything at Rs. 3.11 lakh (ex-sh). TVS Apache RTR has optional BTO packs that can take the price very high. A few motorcycles on this list like Harley-Davidson X440 have variants that can get pricey. That said, BMW G 310 R is the one that looks like it is priced at a hefty premium. On the other end, Triumph Speed 400 and Hero Mavrick 440 hit the sweet spot.That said, Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z at Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-sh, introductory), is killer pricing and is likely to tip a lot of potential buyers in its favour over aforementioned rivals. Best part about Pulsar NS400 is that there are no variants. What the company announced, is what you get.Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z Instrument Screen More

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    Bajaj Pulsar NS400 All 4 Colours Leak – Ebony Black, Pearl White, Wine Red, Pewter Grey

    Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Colours. Images – Automobile TamilanAhead of its launch tomorrow, Bajaj Pulsar NS400 colour options have leaked – Along with new interesting detailsFollowing the recent launch of the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar 125 at dealership showrooms, Bajaj is gearing up for the launch of its highly anticipated Pulsar NS400 on May 3rd, 2024. With numerous sightings during test runs and a recent teaser released by the company, enthusiasts are getting a closer look at what’s to come from the flagship model in the Pulsar lineup.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Colour OptionsAs the countdown to the much-anticipated launch of the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 draws closer, motorcycle enthusiasts have been treated to an exciting revelation— a diverse range of captivating colour options that promise to redefine style and sophistication in the 350-400cc segment.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 ColoursIt will be offered in a choice of 4 dual tone colour options. These are Glossy Ebony Black, Metallic Pearl White, Cocktail Wine Red and Pewter Grey. Each colour variant of the NS400 is meticulously crafted to complement its sleek and dynamic design.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 – Design, FeaturesAmong its standout features are projector headlamps, bolt-shaped LED DRLs, twin LED tail lamps, and black-finished 17-inch alloy wheels fitted with robust tires. Riding on a muscular fuel tank with extensions and featuring a two-piece seat setup, the NS400 boasts a sporty yet ergonomic design.Bajaj Pulsar NS400Other notable elements include split grab rails at the rear and a narrow tail segment, adding to its aggressive stance. Upside-down forks at the front and a monoshock at the rear, coupled with disc brakes on both ends, promise agile handling and precise control.Bajaj Pulsar NS400In terms of technology, the NS400 is expected to offer a digital instrument cluster with smartphone connectivity via the Bajaj Ride Connect App. This connectivity is set to provide turn-by-turn navigation, call and text alerts, and even a USB charging port for added convenience.Engine and Gearbox OptionsPowering the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 is a potent engine borrowed from the Dominar 400. This 373.3cc single-cylinder engine delivers 40 hp of power and 35 Nm of torque, mated to a 6-speed gearbox. While retaining the same engine, the NS400 is likely to receive a different state of tuning, possibly optimized for enhanced performance and responsiveness.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 ColoursThe bike is expected to feature four riding modes: Road, Sport, Rain, and Off-Road, catering to a variety of riding conditions and preferences. With an anticipated price range of Rs 2-2.10 lakh (ex-showroom), the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 is poised to compete with rivals such as the Triumph Speed 400, TVS Apache RTR 310, Husqvarna Svartpilen 401, and BMW G310R.Source More

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    Bajaj Pulsar 400 LED DRLs Powered On – Side View Detailed Before Launch Tomorrow

    New Bajaj Pulsar NS 400Biggest Pulsar NS400 has a sharp profile and is primed to deliver exhilarating rides with the potent 373cc, liquid cooled engineIn 2024, Bajaj has been busy updating its Pulsar range. The showstopper is the all-new Pulsar NS400, the biggest Pulsar ever. Ahead of its launch tomorrow on 3rd May, Pulsar NS400 has been fully leaked online. Bajaj has also shared some interesting new teasers, which reveal the LED DRLs in detail. Let’s see some of the key highlights.Exciting colour theme and graphicsA number of styling bits for NS400 have been borrowed from Pulsar NS200. The similarities extend across the front fascia, LED headlamp and LED DRLs, rear view mirrors, fuel tank, side fairing, split seat and underbelly exhaust. It makes sense to share parts, as it will help reduce development and production cost.New Bajaj Pulsar 400 Side ViewPulsar NS400 gets exclusive dual-tone colour theme and sporty graphics. The big sized NS badging on the tank extension alludes to the bike’s biggest Pulsar credentials. While the NS200 has the USD forks in dark metallic shade, Pulsar NS400 gets the USD forks in a golden finish. It significantly enhances the bike’s overall aesthetics.Pulsar NS400 – Performance, specsPowering the bike is a 373cc, single cylinder, liquid cooled engine. It churns out 40 bhp and 35 Nm. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox. This engine also does duty on the Dominar 400. Take a look at the latest teaser of Bajaj Pulsar 400 below.[embedded content]Teasers have revealed that Pulsar NS400 will focus on speed and agility. Users can ride the bike with confidence, as it is equipped with disc brakes at both ends. Dual-channel ABS will be available as standard. The combo of a robust perimeter frame and USD forks will ensure an optimal balance of agility and stability.Bajaj Pulsar 400 Launch tomorrowRiding in challenging environments will become easier with ABS ride modes of Road, Sport, Rain and Offroad. Safety will be further enhanced with a traction control system. Pulsar NS400 has 17-inch wheels at both ends. For optimal traction at high speeds, the bike gets a fat 140-section rear tyre. A monoshock unit does duty at the rear.Digital instrument clusterBajaj Pulsar NS400 gets a fully digital colour instrument cluster. Apart from the basic info like speedometer, tachometer and odometer, there’s gear indicator, side stand indicator, fuel level and turn-by-turn navigation. The Bluetooth powered digital console also displays missed calls, calls, SMS and mobile signal bars. The screen looks pretty bright, which should ensure clear visibility across varied lighting conditions. NS400’s digital console fulfils the needs of folks who want to stay connected at all times.Bajaj Pulsar 400 Digital SpeedometerPulsar NS400 priceBajaj will be aiming for an affordable price point to boost sales of Pulsar NS400. A limited period initial offer could be launched to attract customers. In that case, pricing could be around Rs 2 lakh or even lower. It will be interesting to see if Pulsar 400 can deliver better sales numbers than the Dominar 400. Biggest Pulsar NS400 will challenge rivals such as KTM 390 Duke, Triumph Speed 400, TVS Apache RR310, Hero Mavrick 440 and BMW G310R. More

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    Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Black Colour – Clearest Spy Shots Before Launch

    Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Black Colour. Image – RedditBajaj Pulsar NS400: Fully Leaked Black Variant Unveiled with Striking Design AccentsAs the anticipation reaches its peak with just a few days left for the official launch of the Bajaj Pulsar NS400, motorcycle enthusiasts have been treated to an exclusive glimpse of the final production bike, shedding light on its design evolution and key features.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Black ColourIn a twist that has set social media abuzz with speculation and admiration, the leaked image showcases the NS400 in all its glory, resplendent in a sleek black hue that exudes an aura of sophistication and dominance on the road. The production version of the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 represents a bold step forward in the evolution of the iconic Pulsar series. Drawing inspiration from its predecessor, the NS200, the NS400 showcases a design that seamlessly blends aggression with sophistication, setting new standards in the streetfighter segment.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Black ColourOne of the most striking aspects of the NS400’s design is its muscular tank, reminiscent of the NS200’s iconic silhouette. However, with larger tank extensions and sleeker lines, the NS400 exudes a heightened sense of dynamism and power, signaling its intent to dominate the roads with its commanding presence.Sneak Peek: NS400’s Bold Design LanguageThe bike’s new headlight cluster, featuring LED projector lights and thunderbolt-style DRLs, adds a touch of modernity and flair to its aesthetic appeal. While some enthusiasts may express disappointment over the departure from the NS200’s design language, Bajaj’s decision to evolve the NS series’ family design theme reflects a strategic balance between innovation and brand identity.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Black ColourUnderneath its sleek bodywork, the NS400 boasts a robust perimeter frame, supported by a chunky USD fork and monoshock, ensuring unparalleled stability and agility on the road. Riding on 17-inch wheels fitted with MRF tires, including a fat 140-section rear tire, the NS400 strikes the perfect balance between style and performance.Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Black ColourIn terms of features, the NS400 promises to impress with its digital instrument cluster equipped with Bluetooth connectivity, ABS modes, and potentially, a traction control system. These advanced features underscore Bajaj’s commitment to delivering a cutting-edge riding experience that caters to the needs of modern-day riders.At the heart of the NS400 lies a potent 373cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine borrowed from the acclaimed Dominar 400, delivering a formidable output of 40bhp and 35Nm of torque, paired with a six-speed gearbox. This powerhouse ensures exhilarating performance and unrivaled excitement on every ride, cementing the NS400’s status as the most powerful Pulsar yet.Bajaj Pulsar 400 Digital SpeedometerWith an expected price range between Rs 2 lakh to 2.20 lakh, the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 is poised to redefine the segment with its blend of performance, style, and value proposition. As enthusiasts eagerly await its official launch, the NS400 stands ready to conquer the roads and capture the hearts of riders around the world with its unmatched combination of power, sophistication, and sheer adrenaline. More

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    Bajaj Pulsar 400 Digital Speedometer With Multi Info Display – Spy Shots

    Bajaj Pulsar 400 Speedometer Spy ShotBajaj Pulsar NS400 to be officially launched in India on 3rd May 2024 is expected to be priced in the Rs 2.00-2.10 lakh rangeAs the anticipation builds for the grand unveiling of Bajaj Auto’s much-anticipated addition to its Pulsar lineup, the NS400, enthusiasts and industry watchers have been treated to a tantalizing glimpse of what’s to come. A leaked image of the speedometer from the upcoming powerhouse has surfaced, offering a sneak peek into the technological marvel that awaits.Bajaj Pulsar 400 Digital Speedometer LeaksBajaj Pulsar range has long been synonymous with performance, reliability, and innovation, capturing the hearts of motorcycle aficionados across the globe. With the imminent launch of the NS400 on May 3, 2024, Bajaj Auto aims to redefine the boundaries of power and style in the 350-400cc segment.Bajaj Pulsar 400 Digital Speedometer.Hat tip to @zzonly1_ for sharing the exclusive spy shot of Pulsar 400 speedometer. The leaked speedometer image showcases an all-digital display adorned with a multi-information layout, hinting at a wealth of cutting-edge features awaiting riders. Among the most intriguing prospects is the likelihood of Bluetooth connectivity, paving the way for seamless integration with navigation systems for real-time turn-by-turn updates—a feature sure to delight tech-savvy riders seeking both performance and convenience.Drawing inspiration from its predecessors while embracing a new era of innovation, the NS400 is poised to make a bold statement on the roads. Boasting a unique headlamp design that seamlessly blends elements from the acclaimed Pulsar N and NS series, the NS400 exudes a distinct personality that commands attention.Bajaj Pulsar 400 LeaksBeyond its aesthetic allure, the NS400 promises a thrilling ride, thanks to its formidable engine prowess. Drawing from the pedigree of the Dominar 400 and KTM Duke 390, the NS400 is expected to pack a punch with its 373.3cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine. With power and torque figures tweaked for enhanced performance, riders can expect an adrenaline-fueled experience that sets new benchmarks in its class.Countdown to May 3: Anticipation Builds for the NS400 DebutBut performance is only part of the equation. The NS400 is engineered to deliver uncompromising control and safety, with features such as dual-channel ABS and a robust braking system ensuring confidence-inspiring handling in any situation. Coupled with USD telescopic forks and monoshock at the rear, the NS400 promises a dynamic riding experience that balances agility with stability.Positioned strategically below the Dominar in Bajaj Auto’s illustrious lineup, the NS400 aims to democratize the thrill of high-performance biking, offering enthusiasts an enticing blend of power, style, and affordability. With competitive pricing expected to make it one of the most accessible offerings in its segment, the NS400 is poised to shake up the fiercely contested 350-400cc segment, challenging established players and setting new standards of excellence.As the countdown to May 3 draws near, excitement mounts among riders eager to experience the thrill of the most powerful Pulsar ever created. With its blend of cutting-edge technology, exhilarating performance, and unmistakable style, the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 is primed to carve a new legacy on the roads, leaving a trail of awe and admiration in its wake. Stay tuned for more updates on the upcoming Pulsar 400. More

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    New Motorcycle Spied Testing – Is This Bajaj Pulsar ADV ?

    New Motorcycle Spied Testing – Bajaj Pulsar ADV?Could This Mystery Motorcycle Spotted in Ahmedabad Be the Next Bajaj Adventure Bike?Test mules often leave us guessing, but the latest one spotted in Ahmedabad has sparked particular intrigue. While it’s tempting to jump to conclusions, this mysterious motorcycle, adorned with a MH registration plate, presents a puzzling blend of features that defy easy categorization.A Curious DiscoveryDespite its unconventional attributes, the most perplexing aspect of this sighting is its location. Ahmedabad isn’t typically associated with Bajaj test runs, adding another layer of mystery to the mix. While the unmistakable design cues point towards a Bajaj origin, the exact identity of this enigmatic machine remains shrouded in uncertainty.New Motorcycle Spied Testing – Bajaj Pulsar ADV?Traditionally, Bajaj prototypes are a common sight around Pune, where the company is headquartered. The unexpected appearance in Ahmedabad suggests the possibility of component testing from a local vendor, further complicating the speculation.The Big QuestionWhat exactly is this motorcycle, and what purpose does it serve? With its departure from the familiar Bajaj aesthetic and hints of an adventure bike, enthusiasts are left pondering its true nature. Is it a departure from the norm, signalling a new direction for the company? Or perhaps a revival of a past model, like the Pulsar AS range?New Motorcycle Spied Testing – Bajaj Pulsar ADV?Answers to these questions may surface as more prototypes emerge, shedding light on Bajaj’s potential venture into the adventure segment, if it indeed is a Bajaj test mule that is. For now, all we can do is speculate and await further developments.New Motorcycle Spied Testing – Bajaj Pulsar ADV?Exploring PossibilitiesDespite the ambiguity, certain design elements hint at an adventure-style motorcycle. From the distinctive front beak to the ergonomic split seat design, the prototype incorporates features reminiscent of adventure bikes. Notable components include USD telescopic front forks, a rear mono-shock setup, and an underbelly exhaust.While the powertrain appears modest with its air-cooled engine and kick-start feature, the overall package suggests an exciting addition to Bajaj’s lineup. Could this be the long-awaited revival of the Pulsar AS brand, signalling a new era for Bajaj in the adventure segment?New Motorcycle Spied Testing – Bajaj Pulsar ADV?Speculation and AnticipationEnthusiasts and industry watchers alike are eagerly awaiting more information about this intriguing motorcycle. The speculation surrounding its identity and purpose only adds to the anticipation. Will Bajaj surprise us with a bold new offering, or is this merely a testbed for experimental designs?Read Also: Bajaj Pulsar 400 First Photos Before LaunchSource More