Bajaj Pulsar: 15 years up! Enticing discount offers announced
If there is one brand that has transformed the Indian two-wheeler market, it is the Bajaj Pulsar. Ever since the Pulsar moniker was introduced, it has revolutionized the biking industry. Pulsars have often been referred to as the mother of sport biking in India, a tall order for an Indian automaker. And with 2016, the Bajaj Pulsar brand has completed 15 years in India. And what better way to celebrate and commemorate the iconic brand’s saga than to offer enticing discounts on the range of Pulsar bikes!
Hence, Bajaj Auto has announced a special celebrations offer on the occasion of Pulsar’s 15th anniversary in the country. These discounts range up to Rs. 14,000, and are being offered with select models: Pulsar 135LS, Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180, Pulsar 220F, Pulsar AS150 and Pulsar AS200. Interestingly, the most popular bikes currently on offer in the Pulsar range, which are the NS200 and the RS200, aren’t a part of the Pulsar celebrations offer. The offer is available and accessible across all Bajaj Dealerships in India, and is valid till September 14th, 2016.
The Pulsar brand was introduced back in the year 2001, with the launch of the Pulsar 150. It was the first bike to be sold in India with a front disc brake as standard. It was accepted by the Indian audience with such fan fare that even the Indian Army ordered 1500 units within a few weeks of its launch. Over the next few years, the Pulsar brand touched new heights and broke all new sales records. The Pulsar 150 single handedly placed Bajaj Auto as the king of the 150 cc segment.
Bowled by the success of the Pulsar 150, Bajaj decided to introduce new models in the Pulsar portfolio. This resulted in the launch of the Pulsar 180, 200, 220, and 135LS.
Now, the home grown automaker is all set to take the Pulsar brand to a whole new level. The fastest and most powerful Pulsar yet, the Bajaj Pulsar VS 400 is all set to make its Indian debut in this year’s festive season. It will be powered by a 73.27cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine that is capable of generating 35 bhp and 30 Nm of torque.