Monday, October 6, 2014

Bajaj Pulsar - For Youth

Bajaj Pulsar - for youth Bajaj Pulsar is one of the most sought after bikes on the market for two-wheelers in India. The combined monthly sales figures of all variants of Pulsar regularly crossing 50,000 units. The Bajaj Pulsar was first introduced in 2001 injection technology The DTSi was introduced in 2003 In 2007 17 wheels "first used in the pulsar. Pulsar 200 NS (naked sport) was introduced in the Indian market in 2012 Bajaj plans to introduce Pulsar 375 cc bike in 2014.

Bajaj Pulsar has 5 existing variants. Pulsar 150 DTSi is the leader in the 150 cc segment. Prices are around 67,146 rupees a motor is powered by a 149 cc engine as of 15:06 hp air cooled, with a type of carburetor fuel system. Wet type multi-plate clutch and the transmission is a 4 speed with a chain. Double cradle type chassis has a telescopic front suspension with anti-friction bushing and 5 way adjustable Nitrox shock absorbers at the rear. Pulsar 150 DTSi weight of 144 kg has a ground clearance of 165 mm and a fuel efficiency of 68 kmpl.

Pulsar 200 NS introduced in 2012 and priced around Rs 85,631. This bike has a 197 cc water-cooled 23.1 hp with 6-speed manual transmission and a mileage of 58 kmpl engine. The console has a side stand indicator digital speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and trip meter. Type projector headlights and LED taillights turn indicator crystals make attractive NS 200. Bike is 145 kg ground clearance 169 mm, which is the highest among the brothers of Pulsar. There is a lobed disk 280 mm in the front and 230 mm at the rear solid wheel disc 17 '.

Pulsar 135LS priced at around 59,260 rupees is powered by 134 cc engine of 13.5 hp and manual transmission 5-speed shaft. 121 kg bike has a ground clearance of 165 mm. Type brake disc 240 mm in the front and 130 mm in the drum-type rear wheel 17. "

Variant of Pulsar 180 DTSi priced around Rs 0.243 and has a 17:02 bhp engine gives mileage of 68 kmpl. 145 kg bike has a ground clearance of 165 mm. Brake discs 260 mm and 130 mm drum type.

Pulsar 220F at a price of Rs 82,023 and is powered by a motor oil cooled 21 hp with fuel efficiency of 68 kmpl. This bike has a 260 mm and 230 mm brake discs 150 kg on 17 "wheels.

The dominance of the middle segment of Bajaj bikes can be attributed to the availability of spare parts, quality built and decent income.

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