We all have been waiting for this moment with bated breaths. After about a decade of a roller-coaster ride in which it soared to the top of the sales charts yet it was subjected to brick-bats owing to the lack of premium feel in the bigger siblings, the biggest and definitely the best-ever attention grabber is here!
Yes, yes…from the enthusiastic tone we are writing in, you can definitely make out what is on our mind! Yeah, no prizes for guessing….it is an exclusive confirmation of the much-awaited Pulsar 375 by Autocar India!
Old-gen Pulsars had their own wrinkles, despite being able to capture the imagination of a whole nation of crazy bikers. This latest iteration seems to be set out to smoothen all those blemishes, and promises to elevate Indian bikers to the next level, without breaking the bank!
Here’s a quick peek of what the biggest Pulsar is about to flaunt :-
- First Ever Pulsar with Full Sporty Cowling – If you hated the bikini-fairings of the smaller Pulsars and the P220’s half-fairing didn’t catch your eyes, here’s a reprieve! This Pulsar will come neatly wrapped in an aerodynamic full fairing, flush with twin-headlamps a la the Yamaha YZF-R1. It will be the first Bajaj to come with a full fairing.
- Racy Cockpit – You are sure to spot a set of clip-ons, and a very tech-savvy looking console. Readouts of important parameters like engine rpm, oil temperature will be available accompanied by Bajaj’s high-quality switchgear. We are looking forward to see those illuminated switches, again!
- A mill that will go “Berserk” – The mill will be a shared design carried over from the Duke 390, so anything short of 40 horses is not expected. With Liquid Cooling, a six-speed close-ratio gearbox and a four-valve engine head, this bike will be loaded with technology to the teeth. It is expected to sport levels of rev-happiness never seen before on any Pulsar. A top whack of over 150 kph will be a stroll in the park! (we assume!)
- Other Features – A telescopic suspension at the front, and a monoshock at the rear will take care of the damping jobs. Single rotor discs will be used at both the front and rear. We might have ABS as an option, though.
A rendering by Autocar
India’s most-loved bike gets a big, massive shot in the arm to silence those critics which kept nagging it at every step. “**Ahead”, the R&D team of Bajaj is working hard to fine-tune the motorcycle and we might get to see its launch before the end of this year!
Though we have had a few pictures earlier but this is a confirmation from a very reliable media house – Autocar. Indian bikers have a revolution before them. This Pulsar threatens to unleash never-before-seen performance levels on Indian streets, and that too at trademark-Bajaj affordable pricing! Time to utter “HUNTO”, again and get set for pulse-raising experiences, Again!
For Clearer Spyshots of Pulsar 375, Click here