One of the most recent issues Bajaj Auto is facing these days are the news of alloy wheels breakage. Just a day ago we reported that RS200 crashed on a highway after its front alloy broke. Adding to the controversy, another Pulsar (this time 200NS) crashed following the similar issue of alloy wheel breaking. The image shows that rest of the body looks unscratched and front alloy look destroyed in the similar way like that of RS200’s. The picture reveals that the broken alloy might be the result of the crash rather than the case being the other way around.
Even if it was the other way around, alloys should never break like this regardless of the pressure, leave alone cracking. Bajaj Auto has already departed a team of engineers to investigate the case of RS200’s alloy wheel breakage. After this case it clear that the problem persists in Bajaj’s other models as well. Both RS and NS utilize the same alloy wheels in its design and hence it’s needless to say why both motorcycles are sharing same issues. As we mentioned earlier this might not be Bajaj Auto’s fault directly but tightening quality standards might help Bajaj to end such controversial issues in future. Leave alone the sales perspective, alloy wheels breaking may cause somebody’s life, we sincerely hope that Bajaj officials will look into this matter and will resolve the issue as soon as possible.