Bajaj Auto Limited, the Indian two-wheeler company is all set to reform their Pulsar range in the upcoming year. On their social media handle, Bajaj has teased the entire 2017 range, which comprises of the Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180 and the Pulsar 220F models. All these models are already in the market, but haven’t received upgrades since a long time.
The teaser gives us a sneak peek of the 220F along with the Pulsar 135, and 150. These bikes will very soon make their way to the various Bajaj dealerships, as claimed by the company.
All the new Bajaj Pulsar models will undergo changes in terms of looks and design along with a more optimized engines. The motorcycles will be compliant with BS-IV fuel. The exhaust unit will be upgraded, the seat cushions will also be revised. The instrument cluster will let go of its orange backlit illumination and will now be blue. Moreover, we also expect the new bikes to come with Combi-Brake System and ABS, which have been made compulsory by the government for all two wheelers to be launched after April 2017. Some changes in the graphics and decals are also expected.
Bajaj has also stopped production for the Pulsar AS 200 and AS 150 (Adventure Sport) currently but might re-introduce them again next year with an updated BSIV. More updates on the Bajaj Pulsar range will be available in the coming days.