Bajaj Pulsar sold 1 crore units across the world; Black Pack edition is available on Pulsar 150, 180 and 220 variants
Bajaj Auto has seen immense success with its high performance very popular Pulsar range and now the bike manufacturer has achieved 1 crore global sales milestone for the Pulsar range. To commemorate this occasion, the homegrown bike maker has introduced special Black Pack edition for the Pulsar 150, 180 and 220. These special edition models would be sold in limited number.
However, it is not clear, how many units of the Black Pack edition Pulsars will be sold. In terms of design, the Pulsar Black Pack models come wearing interesting cosmetic updates that enhance their styling further. These models feature white alloy wheels, sporty and new stylish decals, premium paint scheme. They also sport satin exhaust cover adding zing to these models.
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The bike manufacturer expects this Black Pack edition models will enhance Pulsar’s appeal further to the customers. Bajaj Pulsar has been the number one sports motorcycle in the domestic market since the brand first introduced this lineup back in 2001. The Pulsar models are currently sold in 25 countries across the world.
Apart from India, Bajaj Pulsar has seen immense popularity in several other global markets as well. The bike maker brand claims, this motorcycle lineup has been able to grab the pole position in several international market as well. Presently, Bajaj offers Pulsar models with engine options ranging between 135 cc and 220 cc. A total of seven models are on offer with the 135 LS being the entry level Pulsar and the top end variant being the RS 200.
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Bajaj has been one of the strongest players in Indian two-wheeler market for long time. In its revised product strategy, the brand is focusing on premium and high performance products to grab the attention of young age buyers. The Pulsar lineup is playing key role in that strategy.
As we have reported, Bajaj is working on a new Pulsar that would come sharing the same engine as Dominar 400. Expected to be christened as Pulsar SS 400, it will be the flagship model in the Pulsar range and it will draw design inspiration from RS 200.