Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z: A Powerful New Street Bike Arrives at an Attractive Price

Bajaj Pulsar NS400Z: A Powerful New Street Bike Arrives at an Attractive Price

New Delhi. Bajaj has officially unveiled its latest offering, the 400cc Pulsar NS400Z, after much anticipation fueled by teasers and spy shots. Positioned as a top-tier addition to the Pulsar lineup in India, this streetfighter motorcycle is already creating buzz among enthusiasts. Here's a comprehensive look at what the NS400Z brings to the table.

Price and Availability

The Pulsar NS400Z is being introduced in four striking colours: Glossy Ebony Black, Metallic Pearl White, Cocktail Wine Red, and Pewter Grey. Priced at an introductory rate of Rs 1.85 lakh (ex-showroom), this bike is now available for bookings with a token amount of Rs 5,000. Deliveries are set to commence from next month onwards, adding to the excitement among potential buyers.

Technical Specifications

Under the hood, the NS400Z boasts a 373cc single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine, a powertrain also found in the Dominar 400 and previous-generation KTM 390 models. This engine delivers an impressive performance of 39.5 bhp and 35 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 6-speed gearbox featuring a slip and assist clutch.

Technological Advancements

The Pulsar NS400Z incorporates a fully digital LCD instrument cluster offering turn-by-turn navigation, Bluetooth connectivity through the Bajaj Ride Connect app, call and text alerts, music controls, and a lap timer. Noteworthy electronic riding aids include four ride modes (Rain, Road, Off-road, and Sport), Switchable Electronic Traction Control, and ride-by-wire throttle for enhanced control and performance.

With these features and specifications, Bajaj's new Pulsar NS400Z aims to make a significant impact in the highly competitive 400cc motorcycle segment, catering to riders seeking a perfect blend of performance, style, and advanced technology.

Design and Features

The bike inherits the sturdy perimeter frame and suspension setup from its predecessor, the Pulsar NS200, showcasing golden-colored 43mm upside-down front forks and a rear mono-shock. Safety features include dual-channel ABS combined with disc brakes on both wheels, paired with 17-inch front and rear alloy wheels shod with 110/70 R17 front and 140/70 R17 rear tyres.

Visually, the NS400Z is distinguished by a single-pod projector headlamp complemented by LED DRLs, giving it a distinct lightning-shaped appearance. Its aggressive stance is further accentuated by a muscular fuel tank with extended shrouds, while the rear features a floating tail section with twin LED taillamps, split grab rails, and split seats. The bike's aesthetics are rounded off with black alloy wheels and golden-colored USD forks, delivering a sporty and modern look.


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