Bajaj Auto confirms new Pulsar 350 launch in 2013


New Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS (Naked Sport)

Bajaj Auto has unveiled his next generation Pulsar 2012 recently. At this launch Rajiv Bajaj, MD and CEO of Bajaj Auto has confirmed that the company will soon be launching 350cc bike from the Pulsar series at an affordable price.

When the KTM Duke 200 was launched, it was announced the KTM would launch Duke 350 in India. Following the heels of KTM, Bajaj will bring an affordable 350cc called Pulsar 350NS (NS refers to Naked Sports). It’s no wonder, duke 350 and Pulsar 350cc will share the engine and chassis. Now we can stop blaming the manufacturers. Global bikes at Indian cost are here.

Thus, we expect the Duke 350 to arrive before the Pulsar 350 in 2013. Bajaj will use its own technology on the lower half block of the KTM motor to differentiate the Duke and Pulsar. Expect a price below Rs. 1.75 lakhs, with the Pulsar 350 using a twin-cylinder motor, producing close to 33 BHP of power and 25 Nm of torque. The Pulsar 350 will be the flagship variant of the Pulsar series from 2013, pushing the 2012 Pulsar 200 NS off its perch.

 

Also see - Bajaj Auto to launch fully-faired version of new Pulsar 200NS

New Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS prices to be announced during April launch


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  • Mandeep Singh

    Thats a great news, i have owned a Pulsar 150 and Avenger 180(current). I have become so used to with the cruiser styling, i cant think of driving any other bike. I love harley, triumph and other cruiser bike brands but they are way out of my budget. Before Avenger 200cc was launched i was expecting a major upgrade from Bajaj (some 350cc+ cruiser), but they launched a 200cc bike(Just 20cc more), i was disappointed. With the 350cc pulsar coming next year, I hope they install the same heart in Avenger as well as they have been doing it so far. Add more weight to it(175-185kg), rear disc brakes, 22+ltr tank, loud and heavy exhaust note, better suspension(esp. for pot holes, gravel and wet surface), even wider tyres, decent mileage and keep the price competitive(under 1.5 lakh). That will make it a complete beast and it will be a huge success, i am sure there are many people in India who are starving for powerful cruiser bikes but there aren’t many options to choose from. Please Bajaj make it happen.