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Pulsar 400CS Specs/Review

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Pulsar 400CS

Overview ( Pulsar 400CS )

Bajaj Auto Limited has surprised everyone by unveiling the naked cruiser Pulsar CS400 on February 5, 2014. It was on display at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo. Bajaj Pulsar CS400 isexpected to be launched in India by mid-2016. This bike is the perfect blend of sportiness, style, aggressiveness, technology, performance and speed that has attracted interest of everyone due to their stunning design and a powerful 373.2cc engine from KTM 390 Duke which may get a little tweaked for better figures. Let’s check out the Pulsar CS400 in detail.

Design and Style ( Pulsar 400CS )

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 has got a brilliant design and a lot of remarkable features which makes it a tough competitor and can even be regarded as a beefier version of Pulsar 200NS. It includes a bright halogen headlight, a conventional handlebar with a well sculpted fuel tank, unique gear indicator, a stylish exhaust, good riding position, a step-up seat, rear grab handle, stylish alloy wheels with MRF tyres, small turn indicators and a bright tail light.

Instrument Panel ( Pulsar 400CS )

The Pulsar CS400 features a fully digital instrument console which includes a unique digital speedometer, fuel gauge, tachometer, two trip meters, a clock, pass light and a low fuel, oil and battery indicators along with a stand alarm. The blue color is used in LCD for a better illumination and imparts a futuristic look.

Engine and Gearbox ( Pulsar 400CS )

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 is equipped with 373.2cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, liquid-cooled engine with Bajaj’s triple spark technology to give an expected maximum power of 43 Bhp at 9000 rpm and an expected maximum torque of 35 Nm at 7000 rpm and is mated with a 6-speed gearbox transmission.

Acceleration and Performance ( Pulsar 400CS )

It will give a top speed of above 150+ kmph and will take about 7-8 seconds to reach 0-100kmph acceleration. The bike gives an excellent performance on road along with an expected mileage of 30kmpl.

Brakes and Suspension

Bajaj Pulsar CS400 has got 300mm disc brakes at the front and 230mm disc brakes at the rear end along with the availability of ABS on both the wheels. The suspension system comprises of inverted telescope at the front while mono-shock absorbers are placed at the rear end.


Bajaj Pulsar CS400 will be available in two variants which includes the Pulsar CS400 and the Pulsar CS400 ABS.


The Pulsar CS400 is expected to be available in four exciting shades of Red, Yellow, Blue and Black.


The expected ex-showroom price of Pulsar CS400 is INR 1.60 lakhs and INR 1.75 lakhs for the Pulsar CS400 ABS, which may vary.