This Black Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Looks a True Sporty Cruiser, Spied


Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 is expected to launch within few weeks

Bajaj is all set to expand its Pulsar series with the CS 400. The much awaited bike is all set to launch within few weeks. Before that a prototype has been spotted naked on public road near Pune. Inspired by the Ducati Diavel the bike gets the CS lettering in the nomenclature, which stands for Cruiser Sport.

The bike was first showcased at the 2016 New Delhi Auto Expo as a concept. The design hasn’t changed much in the production spec model. Interestingly, despite being a sporty cruiser the bike doesn’t sport conventional cruiser look. Instead, it looks more like a streetfighter. Overall, the bike looks very aggressive and sharply designed along with muscular tone all around the body.


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The front gets a menacing looking fully LED headlight. The instrument cluster is fully digital and mounted on the handlebar instead of headlamp cowl. Also the NS 200 inspired muscular fuel tank has a LED console up front. The bike is the first Bajaj product to feature all digital instrument cluster. The split seats come with a low sitting riding position. The pillion seat is also pretty wider offering comfortable seating.

On the suspension front the bike gets telescopic forks at front and mono shock at rear. The taillamps come bearing the Pulsar trend with twin LED bar. So far, the entire bike comes with visible inspiration from Ducati Diavel. The aerodynamics, design, styling tells the tale.


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On the powertrain front the bike gets power from a 373.2 cc liquid cooled four valve single cylinder fuel injected engine. The same engine does duty in the KTM Duke 390 as well. A 6 speed gearbox does the transmission duty.



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Expect the engine to churn out 40 hp of peak power and 30 Nm of peak torque. Also the bike will deliver 22-25 kmpl of fuel economy. Top speed for the bike sis expected to be 175 kmph.


Source: Autocar India