Bajaj Pulsar NS400 is going to be launched, know what will be special and what is the price

One of the most awaited and most talked about motorcycles – Bajaj Pulsar NS400 – is going to be launched in the Indian market soon. Ahead of the launch, leaked images of the motorcycle have revealed what it looks like. As per the spy shots, the Pulsar NS400 gets an aggressive design. At the front, the headlight cluster features a single LED projector headlight between the LED DRLs, which is shaped like a lightning bolt. They arouse our curiosity as to how they will appear when light falls on them. What gives the new Bajaj Pulsar NS400 an aggressive face is the neat headlight cowl.

The instrument cluster located above the headlights may come in the form of an all-digital display, similar to the one found in the updated Bajaj Pulsar range so far. The upcoming motorcycle is expected to feature Bluetooth connectivity, incoming call and SMS alerts and turn-by-turn navigation. The latest spy images also reveal LED turn indicators and strengthened USD forks in gold finish as found on the 2024 Pulsar N250. Talking about the side profile, the fuel tank looks like Pulsar NS200 with seamless extension. These look better and are also larger than the vehicles seen on the NS200.

Additionally, a radiator shroud with a carbon fiber style sticker can be seen just below the tank extension. A recent teaser has confirmed this. A small angel can also be seen. The red colored motorcycle seen in the leaked images has side panels with black finish, which provides a visual contrast. The rear of the motorcycle looks somewhat similar to the NS200. In terms of overall appearance, the Pulsar NS400 looks sporty, aggressive, attractive and muscular.

The perimeter frame, suspended by a USD fork and preload-adjustable mono-shock, is likely to be similar to the one on which the NS200 is based. Single front and rear discs will handle the braking duties, while dual-channel ABS will come as standard. Pulsar N250 is also expected to get ABS mode. While engine details remain a mystery, reports suggest that the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 may borrow the 399cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine from the new KTM 390 Duke, which produces over 40bhp. Another possibility is that it could have the 373cc engine used by the Bajaj Dominar 400.

The ‘biggest’ Bajaj Pulsar NS400 will be launched on May 3, 2024 and is expected to be priced under Rs 2 lakh (ex-showroom). More details about the Pulsar NS400 will be revealed and confirmed when Bajaj officially launches the motorcycle next month.

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