In this latest digital rendition, the Bajaj Pulsar NS400 has been visualized. It could very well present a strong case for a Dominar 400 replacement. The Pulsar brand holds significant resonance among Indian motorcycle enthusiasts, serving as a preferred choice for millions. Bajaj has strategically positioned Pulsar models across various market segments, and while the 400-cc segment features the Dominar, it hasn’t matched the success of the Pulsar label. Therefore, extending the Pulsar tag to the 400-cc segment seems a logical move to attract customers. Let’s delve into this appealing digital adaptation.
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Bajaj Pulsar NS400 Visualized
This illustration comes from _e_moto_re_build_ on Instagram. It encapsulates the imagination of the digital artist. This bike features a naked appearance. At the front, I like the sleek and practical headlamp unit with a compact handle bar. It doesn’t look too different from a production model. The suspension rods are quite thick and the alloy wheel is massive as well. It features a large ventilated disc with a broad tyre. Moving down the sides, I appreciate the attempt to make the side profile look muscular. There are body graphics signifying the 400 moniker.
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The fuel tank is quite sculpted and the black and red colour combination looks sporty. In addition, there is an underbelly protection guard and side body panels as well. Just like with most modern motorcycles, this rendition comes with a split-seat setup. At the rear, there is an abrupt end to the profile. It culminates into a sleek LED taillamp section, devoid of grab handles. However, the rear alloy wheel hosts a massive broad tyre. That is also a typical trait of performance bikes. The rear tyre is always much wider than the front tyre to achieve maximum traction. All in all, this digital version of the Pulsar 400 is definitely something that could make it to production should Bajaj decides to replace its Dominar 400.
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Taking cues from the Dominar 400, it’s logical to anticipate that the Pulsar 400 will feature a 373-cc fuel-injected engine, delivering a robust 43 PS of power and 35 Nm of peak torque. This powerplant would be complemented by a 6-speed transmission. Essential for this bike is the inclusion of dual-channel ABS as a standard feature. Regarding pricing, the Dominar 400 starts at a minimum of Rs 2.30 lakh, ex-showroom. Notable competitors in this segment comprise the KTM RC 390, Ninja 300, Benelli TNT300, Yamaha R3, and TVS Apache RR310.