This time changes are not limited to stickers, the new Pulsar family will get engine upgrades to make it comply with BS-IV emission norms.
Bajaj had made a revolution in 2001 within the Indian motorcycle market with its most applauded offering till now, the Pulsar 150 and 180. The chunky fuel tank and the pulsating engines were something new for the audience when it was launched. The company has seen an absolute dominance for a long duration due to its Pulsar offerings. With consistent updates provided to this motorcycle, Bajaj Auto is once again ready with its upgraded models for next year.
The major change which the next year’s Pulsar line up will be possessing is the BS-IV compliant engine. The rule by the government for making all the bikes BS-IV emission norms compliant will be operational from April 2017. This has resulted in making the Indian bikemaker to make some major changes to the engines of the whole Pulsar line up.
Recently, Bajaj has released a teaser image which flaunts the silhouette of the Pulsar range which reads that the new line up will be soon available in dealerships. The only tweak will be probably limited to the graphics as the pictures clearly indicate that the design pattern has been kept unchanged. However, the engine tuning will receive an obvious alteration for satisfying the new emission norms. Some more hardware changes could be expected as manufacturers will try their best to boost the performance of the upcoming iterations.
Notably, the prices of the new Pulsar family is ought to rise next year due to the emission-related changes for the mill. The company claims of Pulsar being built with major changes for next year offerings, the introduction of it will give us the actual judgment though.
2017 Bajaj Pulsar
– The company has teased the new line up of the Pulsar
– 2017 Bajaj Pulsar family will be compliant to BS-IV emission norms
– Some changes will be made to the engine to make it more refined