Spied: Bajaj Pulsar CS400 pre-production model caught testing!
Looks like two-wheeler manufacturer Bajaj Auto might be planning to introduce its updated performance cruiser, called the Pulsar CS (Cruiser Sport) 400 in the domestic market very soon. At least the recent spy images suggest so. A well-disguised test mule was reportedly snapped testing for the very first time, implying that this might be the higher capacity motorbike Bajaj Auto hinted earlier as its next launch. Bajaj presented Pulsar CS400 as a concept way back at the 2014 Auto Expo; various models of Pulsars rode into the market since then but Pulsar CS400 was evidently missing.
The Cruiser Sport Pulsar will probably be offered at less than Rs. 2 lakh (ex-showroom) and will debut by the end of 2016. What makes us believe that it is none other than Bajaj Pulsar CS400 after all are its two key info displays- one placed on the handlebar of course, and the other on the fuel tank. The instrument cluster exhibits fuel gauge, odometer, tachometer and the trip meter; whereas the gear indicator and digital speedometer accounted for the smaller displays. We could not dig deeper into the new looks owing to the camouflage, but going by the spy shots, the Baja Pulsar CS400 will continue to resemble the concept. The headlamp cluster, bodywork and LED tail lights appear untouched.
Some features like the split-spoke turbine style alloy wheels, midship exhaust unit and the illuminated switch gear are also visible on the snapped images. Just like the Duke 390, the Pulsar CS400 will sport the single-cylinder 373.4 cc engine. It has however been tuned to bang out 40bhp of power. The pre-production model was seen with the traditional forks up front, unlike the Upside Down units displayed on the concept. By doing so Bajaj has smartly tried to keep down the manufacturing cost and has also managed to stay out of direct competition with the KTM models. Do share your views with us about the Bajaj Pulsar CS400 in the comments section below.
Bajaj Pulsar CS400 Spyshot Gallery
Source – TechNWheelz