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The Bajaj Pulsar range has been in India since 2001. Over the years, the Pulsar range has managed to create a brand of its own, gaining a huge popularity in the Indian motorcycle market.
However, since its introduction, the range has received little to no updates. This is about to change, as Rajiv Bajaj, Managing Director, Bajaj Auto has stated that the company will launch an all-new Pulsar range in the market soon.
The company will look to completely refresh it Pulsar line up in the country sometime in 2020. This will be after the upcoming stringent emission norms come into effect in India. Along with the Pulsar range, Bajaj will also introduce a new range of their Avengers motorcycle in India.
In an interview with Forbes India, Rajiv Bajaj, stated, "Though Pulsar has evolved nicely, it's time for a complete refresh and an all-new Pulsar. I think in 2020 when new emission norms come, that would be a great opportunity to go to market with a product that is not only much greener but also in a new avatar. We are working on that. In 2020, we should have an all-new range of Pulsars and Avengers."
The new line-up of Pulsar motorcycles once introduced in India is said to feature a new 4-valve, fuel injected engine which willcomply with the BS-VI emissions. The new engines will also offer more power along with improved refinement.
Bajaj also confirmed that the Pulsar range will be limited to 150 to 200cc motorcycles. He also stated that the range will not include or move towards commuter motorcycles.
He stated that "People would love to have a 125cc Pulsar, but for us, it won't be very attractive. So we must create different brands in that space. What's next for Pulsar, I can say that it is very well set now."
Thoughts On The Bajaj Pulsar Range In India
Bajaj Auto will stick to offering performance motorcycles at an affordable cost in the Indian market. From the comments made by Rajiv Bajaj, the company is also looking at discontinuing the LS135 offering from the Pulsar range.
Also, to offset the increased cost to comply with the new stringent emission and safety norms, we can expect the Pulsar range to come with a hefty price update in 2020.