Featured Beast, Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z?

The most potent Pulsar to date, the all-new Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z, is now available for purchase in India. Since other Pulsar NS models also use the same design language, the new Pulsar NS400Z has a recognisable appearance. 

  • At launch, the Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z was priced at Rs. 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom).
  • It is the most potent and feature-rich Pulsar to be released to date.
  • It has a robust engine that produces good amount of torque and much horsepower.

A single LED projector headlamp with two lightning bolt-shaped LED DRLs on either side and a little fairing on top defines the front end. When seen from a profile angle, the Pulsar NS400Z has a powerful, chiselled fuel tank with large tank extensions that finish off the bike’s streetfighter appearance. There is a split seat available, and the motorcycle has the recognisable Pulsar LED taillights up top. 

Engine and Gearbox
When it comes to power, the Pulsar NS400Z is equipped with a 373-cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine that produces 35 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm and 39.4 horsepower at 8,800 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox and a slip-and-assist clutch are included with the engine. Also, ride-by-wire technology is added to the motorcycle.

It is possibly the most feature-rich Pulsar to date, sporting a new full-colour LCD screen and Bluetooth connectivity. The console has a large speed display, a smaller readout for the trip metre and odometre, a gear position indication, and a bar-type fuel gauge and tachometer. Turn-by-turn navigation is facilitated by a square-shaped dot-matrix display located at the far right of the console. The bike also has a lap timer and audio controls.

It has a robust 43 mm USD fork in a champagne gold colour, a 320 mm disc, and a 17-inch alloy wheel with a design reminiscent of previous Pulsar NS bikes. The motorcycle also has clutch and brake levers that are adjustable in five steps.

Modes and Colours
The motorcycle has four riding modes (road, rain, sport, and off-road), ABS, and switchable traction control. The Bajaj Pulsar NS400 will be offered in four colorways: Brooklyn Black, Pewter Grey, Metallic Pearl White, and Glossy Racing Red.

It is the Pulsar’s most potent version to date. Rivals for the newest Pulsar include the Triumph Speed 400, the Bajaj Dominar, and the soon-to-be Royal Enfield Guerrilla 450.

Price and Delivery
The Bajaj Pulsar NS400 is currently available for purchase in India for Rs. 1.85 lakh, which is a rather attractive initial price. For Rs. 5,000, Bajaj is now accepting reservations for the Pulsar NS400Z; delivery is scheduled to start the following month.

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