Bajaj is now used to the celebrations that comes with success. The company which has always produced the best in quality products is admired and loved by customers always. The company is believed to have Midas touch, which turns their produce into hot selling products.
To affirm what we said, we needn’t go too far into history. We can have a look at the most recent KTM Duke 390 with which Bajaj left its competitors with wrinkled foreheads. With a price tag of just INR 1.8 lakh there is nothing better than this on Earth, but Bajaj thinks that ideation must be changed now. The company which has not even finished celebrating their recent success is already working to achieve it again.
Yes, there is news for all those hard-core Bajaj Pulsar fans. An all-new Pulsar is on the way. Bajaj is gearing up to launch Pulsar 375. This bike, like its other siblings, is going to revolutionize the Indian biking scene totally. Mr. Rajiv Bajaj, MD & CEO of Bajaj, has mentioned that the Pulsar 375 will rush onto our roads by this year.
A spy pic of Pulsar 375 did leak few months back, and if we consider the pic to be of the real Pulsar 375, then we are looking at what could be Bajaj’s first fully faired bike. Indians love bikes with full fairing, and Pulsar 375 does an amazing job in the looks department. The bike in the picture has the big bike looks that all Indians crave for, and the bike is said to be built on the Duke 390’s engine platform, except that Bajaj may put in their much marketed 3 spark plug technology which claims to deliver better fuel efficiency and linear power delivery.
Bajaj Pulsar 375 Speculated Specifications
- Engine:- 4 stroke, water-cooled single cylinder
- Engine capacity: ~373.2 cc
- Torque: 30-32 Nm
- Power: 40-42 PS
- Transmission: 6-speed
- Dry Weight: >150Kgs
- Clutch: Hydraulic operated
- Fuel system: EFI
Bajaj always prices its products reasonably, and with Bajaj, you do get what you pay for. So what will the price tag on this bike read? Well, it’s obvious that there’s no official information either on the bike or the price tag as such, but looking at the past, we can be sure that it will be priced substantially less than the Duke 390 which was launched with an ex-showroom price tag of 1.8lac. We speculate the Bajaj Pulsar 375’s price tag to be in the neighborhood of 1.5-1.6 lac. If Bajaj launches it at that price tag, they will surely take the market by a storm, and will force other manufacturers such as Honda and Yamaha to launch bigger bikes in the Indian market.
What are your thoughts on Bajaj Pulsar 375? Will you wait for it or buy Duke 390 right away? Let us know using the comment form below.
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