Pulsar 200NS ready for production

[wide] [/wide] We’ve got our hands on few pictures of the new Pulsar 200NS being tested. The bike isn’t camouflaged and is most probably the final version

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS revised, production soon

roved day-light legibility. Tyre does make a lot of difference when it comes to performance and considering this, Bajaj will offer buyers with option to choose between MRF and TVS rubbers for their ride.

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS reaches dealerships

[wide][/wide] We’ve written a lot about the new Pulsar 200 NS, and the only question which remains to be answered is the launch date. Bajaj hasn’t given any strong indication about the launch date.

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS launch next week

[wide][/wide] A lot has been already said about the new Pulsar 200NS. We’ve already seen some dealerships receiving display bikes, so the launch is pretty close. How close? Well, as close as next week!

Pulsar Crosses Five Million Units

[wide][/wide] Pulsar, a brand owned by Chakan based Bajaj, has ruled India’s performance segment for over a decade now. Pulsar brand has hit a new milestone now by crossing the five million mark in

Duke 350 and Pulsar 350 slated for the year 2013

[wide][/wide] While Bajaj fanboys are chering the launch and unveil of two new models, KTM Duke 200 and Pulsar 200NS, the company wants to keep the celebration going on as Bajaj is planning to

Spied: Next-gen 2012 Pulsar

from what we see in the images, the crankcases of these bikes have KTM branding on them. By comparing the design lines of the test mules with KTM Duke’s design lines, we can be

TVS launches 110cc Jupiter

e sector. The company claims that their previous product, a 125cc bike Pheonix, has already crossed 10,000 units. The company, however, did not say anything about development between them and their international partner, BMW.