The much awaited and written about Pulsar CS 400 is finally seeing the light of the day in August 2016, as said by the company in its annual general meeting. The new Bajaj motorcycle has been recently spotted completely undisguised on public roads.

Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Headlamps
The Pulsar CS 400 is a very important bike for the company

The Pulsar line of motorcycles has achieved a status envied by most major manufacturers in the world. The two-wheeler is often credited for democratising performance motorcycling and bringing new age technologies in a mundane market. Now the company is expecting to re-invent the whole affordable-performance concept by bringing in the latest addition to its Pulsar range, named as the Pulsar CS 400.

Bajaj in its annual general meeting has announced that it will be launching the all important Pulsar CS 400 in August 2016. The bike, which was first seen as a concept at the 2014 Auto Expo, has been spied numerous number of times with different amounts of camouflaging. The Pulsar CS 400 has now coincidentally been fully revealed in the media. And boy the customers are in for a treat, as the motorbike remains as close to its concept form as possible.

The Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 adopts a cruiser look with hints of Ducati Diavel inspired design features thrown in. The bike has a very low stance with slightly raked out front-end, swept-back visor, an all-new LED headlight setup and a deep seated rider position, along with a fairly chunky box-section swingarm which, with a long-ish wheelbase, should aid in high-speed stability.

The Pulsar CS 400 sports a perimeter frame and regular telescopic suspension at the front with a monoshock suspension setup at the rear. The two-wheeler will have disc brakes at both front and rear, and dual-channel ABS along with an all digital display. Bajaj has yanked the engine from the KTM 390 series bikes and tuned it for better cruising ability and fuel economy, hence a lower power rating of around 40 BHP is expected. Staying true to affordable pricing offered by Bajaj, the Pulsar CS 400 should cost somewhere between Rs. 1.5 to 1.65 lakhs (ex-showroom).

Black Pulsar CS 400 Spied Undisguised

– The company in its annual general meeting has said that the Pulsar CS 400 launch is in August 2016
– The bike has been spied without any camouflage
– The Pulsar CS 400 sports a fully digital instrument cluster along with LED headlamps
– The bike is powered by the same engine from the KTM 390 series and is expected to make more than 40 BHP

Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Exhaust
The bike features front and rear disc brakes along with dual-channel ABS
Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Front
All-new LED Headlamps give this bike a muscular character
Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Fuel tank
The bike has a low cruiser stance with a muscular fuel tank
Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Engine
The triple-spark engine is borrowed from KTM and is expected to produce more than 40 BHP
Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Instrumentation
A full digital console is a first for Bajaj
Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Brakes
The bike rides on telescopic front and monoshock rear suspension system
Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Rear Seat
The seats look comfortable and specially made for long range cruising
Bajaj Pulsar CS 400 Sides
The beast from Bajaj is sure to win many hearts

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