Over the years the Pulsar family grew and went on to become the highest selling affordable performance motorcycle in India. Bajaj’s Pulsar shook the Indian market when it made its debut in 2001. The only other modern and sporty motorcycle in a market that filled with bikes focussed on fuel efficiency was Hero Honda’s CBZ. But, it was the arrival of the Pulsars with their extra … Continue readingBajaj Dominar 400
Dominar 400 Specifications
|Engine Displ.:||373.3 cc|
|Power:||35 PS @ 8000 rpm|
|No Of Gears:||6 Speed|
|Head Lamp:||Full LED|
|Standard Warranty (Years):||NA|
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Bajaj literally pulled a rabbit out of the hat when it showcased the Pulsar VS400 (Cruiser Sport) at the 2014 Auto Expo in Delhi. While everyone was keenly waiting for the Pulsar SS400 the cruiser offering from Bajaj grabbed the most number of eye balls. According to Bajaj officials the new Pulsar VS 400 is a leisure motorcycle which is a trend that is slowly increasing in the country. Not every biker wants a motorcycle to commute from office work, what this new genre of leisure motorcyclist’s desire is a motorcycle with good looks, aptly powerful motor so that he can enjoy a ride on weekends to relax. Until now, it was Royal Enfield with its range of products that were the only option for these consumers and Bajaj wants to tap into this market with the Pulsar VS400. The upcoming offering from the Chakan based two-wheeler manufacturer is a power cruiser which is a hybrid of streetbike and cruiser.
Expect brisk acceleration and a top whack around 150kmph which should make it the fastest mass market cruiser offering in India. The riding position will be upright and comfortable with a flat and wide handle bar alongwith centre-set footpegs. This should enable the rider in covering long distances without much fatigue. The Bajaj Pulsar VS400 employs upside down forks at front and a Nitrox monoshock unit borrowed from the Pulsar 200NS. Braking is done by disc brake at front and rear while ABS will be standard. Talking about mileage, it should be around 30kmpl which is decent given the performance. Bajaj is known for their aggressive pricing so expect the Pulsar VS400 to be priced around Rs 1.5 lakh which should make Royal Enfield a bit worried. The VS400 will debut with the first 375cc Bajaj powerplant and expected launch is by March 2016.
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