Bajaj has unveiled it's most powerful machinery so far in it's lineup the Pulsar 400SS. The bike will guise in the avatar of a supersport bike with full fairing. The bike will share parts with it's Austrian relative KTM and RC range of bikes.
The bike will sport a 375cc mill which will be produced in a single cylinder however, it will generate less power output than the Austrian KTM. Bajaj explains they plan to sell the bike to enthusiasts and not only to the rich, making it a bike affordable to many more.
The bike will have no one in its competition, in regards to pricing. Being a higher displacement bike safety features like ABS will come as standard fitment. The Pulsar 400SS is expected to launch in the later half of 2014.
The Pulsar 400SS will lead the charge among the stable and will the top offering from Bajaj. Affordability matched with Performance will be the key feature of the bike.
Tail lights are integrated into the licence plate holder. Turn indicators are small with LEDs, we also noticed the bike gets Metzeler tyres which is great news for riders who like to get their knees down
The bike looks good from the side view however, it looks a tad overweight, which is not a good sign for any supersport rider. The short exhaust on the bike looks great and is different from previous generations of the Pulsar.
The yellow and black combination is a little like the mumbai taxis however, we like the paint scheme be it any color.
The bike looks chiseled and has definition almost in all parts. The alloy wheels on the bike look similar to that seen on the 200ns. However, cost cutting is going to be a top priority.
The Pulsar 400SS will sport a 375cc single cylinder engine. The bike will feature ABS in the safety package and it will be standard fitment.
Metzeler tyres too will add to additional grip and safety while riding fast. All said and done the 400SS will be the bike to look ahead too.