All new Bajaj Pulsar SS400 with 374 cc engine is just about to launch by the year end. Bike was popularly called as Pulsar 375. Take a look at engine specifications and looks of new power packed motorcycle by Bajaj India. It is not launched in India yet and information on this page is supported on overview of bike at 2014 Auto expo. You can take a look on detailed specifications on Bajaj Pulsar CS400 here.
Bajaj presented the Pulsar SS400 at the 2014 Auto Expo. This bike will be complete in every detail belonging to Bajaj ‘s Sports bike category and is expected to give huge competition to rivals Duke 390 and CBR 250 ( Yamaha R250 if it launches ).
Expected Launch: November 2014
Expected Price: 1,60,000 – 1,80,000
Fuel Capacity: 15 – 20 Litres
Engine Specifications: Liquid Cooled Fuel Injected
The SS400 is packed with sleek sharp body. It may seem that body is huge and overdone to some. The chassis is completly new with a not so conventional tail light, but looks a bit inspired from Pulsar 200NS. Bike will have Analog Tachometer and a Digital Speedometer.
The Bajaj Pulsar SS400 is packed with a 375 cc liquid cooled fuel injected engine. The power will be expected to be slightly less than 390 Duke though manufacturer has not specified any figures. Engine will be based on Triple Spark technology which was introduced by 200NS.
Bajaj’s prominent home-developed bikes, India’s most cherished Pulsars are to get greater, better and racier in days to come. It’s known the faired Ss200 ‘lesser supersports’ bike will be the precise next Pulsar to hit our roads in weeks to come, yet other Pulsar variants showed at the Auto Expo let us know we can expect more energy as the Ss400 and smooth looking naked Cs400 develop on Bajaj R&d (known as **ahead) staging phases, to come in at diverse focuses in future.
The Ss400 and just barely disclosed Cs400 are new Pulsar bikes that will run 375cc powerplants inferred from the 390 Duke motor, after suitable tweaks are fused to match their new identities. The faired-in Ss200 and Ss400 Pulsars are to be striking new section drivers on Indian roads, offering biking lovers here a level of style and performance never beforehand accessible from Pulsars, while the Cs400 will be a force cruiser, with smoother lines and minimal bodywork.
The SS Pulsar bikes sport a set of forceful, double headlights that companion ahead meagerly, where the Pulsar Cs400 shows off a solitary, intentional looking fog light. Cut on handlebars are standard on SS models, where the Cs400 will depend on a level set handlebar. All these new Pulsars will show-off a lot of lightweight compound parts.
Bajaj has gone a long way from increasing popularity of sport bikes in india to introducing KTM. We wish them luck.