The wackiest mod ever done on a Pulsar
Character. It’s a hard-to-define quality but when it comes to motorcyclists, this compelling argument for the immeasurable is a no-brainer. Take a look at his bike and then you will understand everything about that person. Maybe even which song he sings in the shower. The whole story.
This Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 tells you one such story. A story of full show and lights.
This video tells you why ABS for motorcycles is so important
There has never been a rider comfortable in a situation where his wheel got locked due to aggressive braking. This is where ABS (Anti-lock Braking System) comes into the picture.
Bajaj has made a video for us to know how this tech works in favour of keeping us safe and prevent any untoward accidents from happening.
Did You All Watch The New Funny Bajaj Pulsar NS200 TV Commercial: Video
Bajaj Auto launched the 2017 Pulsar NS200 in India recently and the new motorcycle is already available on sale across all Bajaj dealerships. Unfortunately, the new NS200 is launched minus the FI and ABS here in India which is a huge disappointment for many Pulsar fans across the country. The ABS is not even offered as an option like the ones they offer in the Dominar 400 or the Pulsar RS200.
For the Indian market, the updated Pulsar NS200 is offered with the same 199.5 cc, single cylinder engine which delivers around 23 Hp of peak power and 18.3 Nm of torque. The powerful unit, as usual, is paired to a 6-speed gearbox. The kerb weight of the motorcycle is 145 kilograms. Apart from the new graphics and colours the only other feature which has been added to the motorcycle is the AHO (Always headlamp on). The motorcycle is offered with three colour options which include Wild Red, Mirage White, and Graphite Black. Surprisingly the same motorcycle is offered with a completely new 194.4 cc, fuel injected unit for the International markets. The new engine produces about 24.5 Ps of peak power and the same 18.3 Nm of torque like the Indian market.
Get Up Close and Personal With The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar RS200: Video
Bajaj has almost updated their entire Pulsar range of motorcycles; they already introduced the updated Pulsar 135, 150, 180 and 220 variants in India and will soon launch the 200 NS as well. Now according to the recent reports they will also soon be launching the updated 2017 Pulsar RS200 as well. Recently a You Tuber Aditya’s Vworld has uploaded a walkaround video of this soon to be launched fully faired motorcycle.
In this clip you can clearly watch that the updated Pulsar RS 200 will be available with two new colour options including grey-black mix and a white-blue scheme about which we have reported recently. At present the RS 200 is available with three colour schemes. We definitely like the new Blue and White duel tone paint scheme on the motorcycle.
Apart from the addition of two new colour options we actually don’t notice any other cosmetic updates on the motorcycle.
The motorcycle still is powered by the same 199.5 cc, single cylinder, triple spark unit, paired to a 6 speed gearbox this unit is producing about 24.5 PS of peak power at 9,750 rpm and 18.6 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm. The updated motorcycle powertrain will obviously be BSIV compliant unit keeping in mind Governments rule of all the two wheelers meeting BSIV emission norms by April 2017.
First Ride Review Of The Bajaj Dominar 400: Video
Bajaj’s new motorcycle the Dominar 400 is definitely trending on every Auto website as well social media after its launch on 15th December 2016. The motorcycle is already available for test rides in different Bajaj showrooms across 22 Cities of India. One can book the motorcycle online by via Bajaj Auto’s Dominar 400 website paying a token amount of INR. 9, 000 but the deliveries of this new cruiser will only begin from mid January 2017 onward.
Now while the Media is still waiting to get their hands on this motorcycle for test ride some motovloggers already got their hands on the new motorcycle and even finished their test ride. Here in this video you will watch the renowned motovlogger Dino gets his hands on the new motorcycle and shares his thoughts on the motorcycle.
The Bajaj Dominar 400 is the most powerful motorcycle from Bajaj till date and is powered by a 373 cc single cylinder liquid cooled fuel injected mill which is capable of producing about 35 Hp of peak power and 35 Nm of torque. The engine is paired to 6 speed gearbox. Besides the powerful engine the Domianr 400 also gets full LED Headlamp setup as well which also features AHO (auto headlamp on) feature. Bajaj claims that the Dominar 400 headlamp is the most powerful in its segment. The motorcycle has low seat height and full digital instrument cluster which provides plenty of information.
You can also read our entire review of the Bajaj Dominar 400 here.
Watch Bajaj Dominar 400 Drag Races KTM Duke 390: Video
Bajaj has launched the Dominar 400 on 15th December 2016 In India. This motorcycle happens to be their most powerful product on offer till date and also the fastest. Recently we were able to get our hands on this exclusive video which shows the newly launched Dominar 400 drag races the KTM Duke 390 on the street.
We all already know by now that the Duke 390 and the Dominar400 uses the same 373 cc, single cylinder liquid cooled, fuel injected power mill. While the engine produces 44 Hp of peak power and 35 Nm of peak torque on the Duke 390, it produces little less power on the Dominar 400. The same unit has been incorporated with Bajaj’s DTS-I technology and it produces 35 Hp of peak power and 35 Nm of torque. The engine is paired to a 6 speed manual gearbox. Just like the Duke the Dominar 400 also gets slipper clutch as well which helps in quick downshifting from high revs.
Here in this video you can watch the Dominar 400 races with the KTM Duke 390 and as you can clearly watch that although the Dominar 400 is less powerful as well as heavier than the Duke but it still manages to keep up with the Duke 390 which is not only powerful but also lighter at the same time.
Although Bajaj claims that The Dominar 400 has a top speed of 148 km/h mark but here in this video you can watch the motorcycle surprisingly hitting a top speed of 168 km/h (which can be a speedo error as well).
Bajaj Launched Their Flagship Motorcycle Dominar 400 In India (Official TVC)
Bajaj today launched their much anticipated flagship offering the Dominar 400 in India. The Dominar 400 is powered by a single cylinder, liquid cooled, fuel injected engine which is capable of producing about 35 Ps of peak power at 8, 000 rpm and 35 Nm of torque at 6, 500 rpm. The engine is paired to a 6 speed gearbox. The new motorcycle is available in two variants; the base variant comes without ABS while the top end variant gets a duel channel ABS setup.
Coming to the most important part its price, surprisingly Bajaj has priced their flagship offering aggressively. The non ABS variant is priced at INR. 1, 36, 000 ( ex showroom, Delhi) while the top end ABS equipped variant has been priced at INR. 1, 50, 000 (ex showroom, Delhi). For the first time the motorcycle will be available for booking online and one will have to pay a token amount of INR. 9, 000 to book the motorcycle. The supplies of the Dominar 400 will only begin from January 2017 onward.
What Is New In The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220F: Video
Bajaj has launched the updated Pulsar 220F in the Indian market and this motorcycle has received more than just sticker update this time. The Bajaj Pulsar 220F has been here in the Indian market for a long time and enjoys a cult status amongst the Youngsters of the Country. This motorcycle offers plenty under its bag. It gets projector headlamps, gas charged shock absorbers, digital instrument cluster and a powerful and responsive 220 cc 4 stroke engine.
The updated 2017 Pulsar 220F gets new graphics which although looks identical to the older models but take a closer look and you will notice the difference. Besides the sticker update the motorcycle also gets a blue lit digital instrument cluster while the previous motorcycle gets an orange lit backlit display. The motorcycle also gets a different exhaust system as well. While it also gets cushioned seats for long distance touring. The biggest change however comes in the form of the engine getting the much derserved BS IV upgrade.
The 220cc 4-stroke oil-cooled engine still produces about 21 PS at 8500 rpm and 19.12 Nm at 7000 rpm. The engine is paired to a 6 speed gearbox. There is no doubt that the Pulsar 220F despite its age still is popular moto9rcycle in the 200 cc segment.
The motorcycle is priced at INR. INR 91,000, ex-showroom, Mumbai.
Upcoming Bajaj Dominar 400 Accleration & Exhaust Note: Video
Now that we all know that Bajaj has already started production of their upcoming flagship motorcycle at their manufacturing plant in Maharashtra. The new motorcycle will also be launched towards the mid December here in the market.
Here in this new video which surfaced on You Tube a rider is seen test riding the all new Bajaj motorcycle. To everyone’s surprise the motorcycle was actually able to accelerate upto 80 km/h mark in just second gear which is actually quite amazing.
According to the reports Bajaj will target the Royal Enfield category with their new product and also is hopeful to gather some sales numbers as well.
The upcoming Bajaj motorcycle will most probably be called Dominar 400 and it will be powered by the single cylinder, liquid cooled 373 cc unit which is expected to produce around 34 Bhp of peak power and around 35 Nm of torque. The engine will be paired to a 6 speed gearbox. This engine has been borrowed from the KTM Duke 390; the same engine manages to produce about 44 ps of peak power for the Duke.
The Dominar400 also get many new features which may come in the form of new LED headlamps, split seats, fully digital instrument cluster and duel channel ABS setup for the first time.
Bajaj Sells Two Lakh Units Of The V Also Launches New Color: Video
Bajaj introduced the V in February in India and since then this has been one of the largest selling motorcycle from the Bajaj lineup. Until now Bajaj has sold a total of two lakh units of the motorcycle till date.
The cafe racer cum cruiser definitely won hearts of many with its unique styling, value for money preposition. One of the main reasons of its success is also the fact the way it was marketed; Bajaj has used the metal of INS Vikrant in the motorcycle which was India’s first warship that played a major role in the war of 1971.
Now you all must be well aware of its styling feature, the Bajaj V gets its design inspiration from some classic cruisers while the rear profile will somehow remind of a modern scrambler. The only odd thing about the new motorcycles styling is its headlamp shape. The motorcycle shares the same chassis with Pulsars. The motorcycle promises to provide comfortable ride from its telescopic suspension setup and gas charged rear shock absorbers.
Powering the motorcycle is a completely new 149.5 cc, single cylinder, air cooled, four stroke engine which produces about 12 Hp of peak power at 7, 500 rpm and 13 Nm of torque at 5, 500 rpm. The engine is paired to a 5 speed gearbox with all up gear pattern. The motorcycle weighs only about 135 kilograms.
The New Bajaj Avenger Commercial Take Things To Next Level: Video
The new Bajaj Avenger Commercial was released recently on You tube and it garnered lot of interest from people. As a result the video ended up getting 2,364,127 views in less than a week. The commercial celebrates the spirit of brotherhood.
In this video you can actually watch two gentlemen ride their motorcycles across some of the toughest and unforgiving terrains of Leh, Ladakh. You can watch both of them riding a Royal Enfield Classic and a Bajaj Avenger Cruiser which is quite surprising because naturally Bajaj has never featured any rival manufacturer’s product in their video directly.
Now although this video shows the spirit of brotherhood but does this also means that Bajaj is actually trying to make us believe that the Avenger is also capable of performing those same duities which the RE motorcycle is capable of. These duties includes taking on some of the hardest mountain roads and toughest terrains. Now if we think logically the Bajaj Avenger cannot match the skills of the RE motorcycles when it comes to direct competition. The RE is a much more durable motorcycle than the Avenger and it is also powered by a more powerful engine as well.
Whatever may be the case this commercial certainly looks interesting and all of you will absolutely love the landscape shown in this commercial.
Did You Watch The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Demon Black Edition Commercial: Video
Bajaj launched the Pulsar RS200 last year and it attracted plenty if attention mainly because of its aggressive styling and exclusive features. This motorcycle also happens to be the most powerful offering from Bajaj until now. When Bajaj launched the RS200 the motorcycle was launched with two colour options which include Red and Yellow. Although the demand for the Yellow colour was high and there was actually a long waiting period for this particular variant. Later in 2016 Bajaj also introduced another new Black variant too which they called the Demon Black edition.
The Demon Black edition definitely helped the motorcycle look and appear meaner and more aggressive it even helped give the motorcycle big bike like appeal. In this commercial Bajaj is trying to demonstrate what this motorcycle is capable of. We loved the way the RS200 leans into the corners in this commercial and takes on the twisty and turning roads. Not to mention the beautiful landscape even makes the video worth watching.
The Pulsar RS200 is powered by 199.5 cc single cylinder liquid cooled, EFI unit which is capable of producing about 24.2 Bhp of peak power and 18.6 Nm of torque. The engine is paired to a 6 speed gearbox. This is the fastest Pulsar yet and is capable of reaching a top speed of 140+ km/h.
Watch The Upcoming Bajaj Pulsar NS 150 In Action In This New TVC: Video
Bajaj has not disclosed any information exactly when they are actually planning to introduce the new Pulsar NS 150 streetfighter in the Indian market. All of us are presently excited about the upcoming Pulsar CS400 which will be the most powerful motorcycle from the Bajaj’s stable. In this video you will actually watch the upcoming Pulsar NS 150 which is the younger sibling of the NS 200 doing some crazy things.
The NS 150 is also built on the same perimeter frame which supports the NS as well as the AS and the RS motorcycle. Although no official engine details of the NS 150 is available at this moment but it will most probably be powered by the same unit which powers the current AS150. The 150 cc, air cooled DTSi unit is capable of producing about 17 Ps of peak power. The engine will be paired to a 5 speed gearbox. As far as the styling is concerned the NS 150 borrows all its styling from the bigger NS200. It gets this bikini fairing towards the front a semi analogue cum digital instrument cluster, chiselled tank and separate sport seats. The motorcycle has been fitted with a single disc brake towards the front and a drum brake towards the rear for stopping.
In this video you can actually watch the upcoming NS 150 performing some cool stunts.
Hear The Upcoming Bajaj CS400 Roar For The First Time: Video
Bajaj will be launching the CS400 in the coming weeks and just few weeks ahead of its launch the motorcycle was once again caught testing in a new video. However this video is actually little different from the rest of the videos or spyshots we have seen so far because in this video you can actually hear the motorcycle exhaust note properly for the very first time.
I am sure you all will love to hear the soon to be launched Pulsar CS400 exhaust note for the first time. So just click the video and put on a good pair of headphones.
The Pulsar CS400 as you all are already quite are aware was showcased for the first time at the 2014 Auto expo as a concept. This motorcycle will be the most powerful offering from Bajaj until now. The CS400 will be powered by the same KTM Duke 390’s 373.2 cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine. Expect this powertrain to feature Bajaj’s DTSi spark ignition system. The official power figures are not disclosed yet but expect it produce slightly lesser power than its rival Duke 390 because Bajaj will also think about the fuel efficiency side of the engine as well which might take a toll on its performance figures. However the engine will come paired to a 6 speed gearbox.
Feature wise the motorcycle gets a full digital instrument cluster and a second digital display unit on the fuel tank. This motorcycle will also get a duel channel ABS system as well.
4751 kilometers covered in 17 days on Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS:Video
India has some amazing roads spread across the country. While many travellers love to travel the country by roads on their cars, many like to ride on their motorcycles and explore the beautiful places across the country. While many motorcyclists find solace in the mighty Himalayan region, many find the lush green scenic places in the Southern India more attractive, therefore riding the roads of the region on their motorcycles.
Here is a motorcyclist who chose to roam the Southern states on his Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS. Bajaj Motorcycles launched the 200 NS of the very popular Pulsar range in April, 2012. The sharply design aggressive looking sporty motorcycle is powered by a liquid cooled 199.5 cc four stroke engine which has been designed and developed for performance. The engine is paired with a 6 speed gearbox and it churns out 23.5 PS of peak power at 9500 rpm and 18.3 Nm of peak torque at 8000 rpm. The Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS delivers a fuel economy of 54 kmpl and it can accelerate 0 – 100 kmph in 9 seconds with a top speed capability of 130 – 135 kmph.
Bajaj has always been a pioneer in the two wheeler TV commercials in India. We all remember the ‘Hamara Bajaj’ commercials from our childhood days. Now with time the advertisements have become bolder. The latest thing we have seen from them is the ‘Pulsar Mania’ which has rocked an entire generation indeed.
Bajaj recently launched a new TV commercial, where two Pulsar RS200s is seen scorching the tarmac with fire flames racing behind them. When Bajaj first launched Pulsar RS200, their slogan was ‘Leave track racing for the amateurs’. That was criticized a bit by the biker community, although the new ad seems perfect for the adrenaline junkies, and it has already fetched almost 33000 views in the YouTube.
Although the ad pumps up the adrenaline in an adventure junkie’s heart, but some people think this ad is too average. According to them, Bajaj should have made it bolder, powerful and a bit more dangerous; and they think this advertisement doesn’t actually deliver the reckless aura, which almost every young adventure loving biker wants to experience. Now we would like to see what Bajaj comes up in future with their creative pallet. Incidentally, Bajaj RS200 has already gained quite popularity in the country among the young generation. It comes with a Bumblebee look and honestly the bulky look is quite stylish indeed.
We all know that Bajaj has launched the Pulsar RS200 in India couple of months back and it attracted lots of attention because of its extremely aggressive and one of a kind appearance and offcourse its handling and engine.
The RS200 is made available in the Indian market in two variants one equipped with the ABS while the other is the non ABS variant. Now we also know how an ABS works on a motorcycle, it prevents the wheels from locking under extreme braking or panic braking situations keeping the rider safe. We have seen TVS launched the Apache RTR180 with dual channel ABS and they have also launched couple of demo videos which has helped you understand things better.
Recently Bajaj has also uploaded a new video which actually demonstrates how the ABS equipped Pulsar RS200 can actually save your life when you apply your brake all of a sudden on gravels/ sand or even slippery wet surface which is perhaps a common scenario on Indian road. Unlike the Apache the RS200 comes with a single channel unit ABS unit developed by Bosch which is available only on the front wheels and thus it is only effective if you press the front brakes.
This is definitely a life saving feature that you can get your hand s on by paying almost a negligible amount of money.
Watch and learn you can also read our entire review of the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 here
Bajaj launched the RS200 recently and it shares the same single cylinder 199.5cc, four-stroke liquid-cooled engine with triple spark-plugs with the 200 NS which is already available in India. What the Pulsar RS200 excels though is definitely its styling for sure. In this video you will watch a detailed explanation of the Rs200.
There is no doubt in the fact that the RS200 is an extremely aggressive looking sportsbike but according to many the front seems to have been overdone but we loved the duel projector headlamps and the sports seats and especially the rear tailamps design. In this video this guy explains every design details of the Rs200 very carefully. As mentioned above the Rs200 is powered by a Single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, four-stroke engine which produces about 24.2bhp of peak power 9750rpm and 1.9kgm of torque at 8000rpm.
Surely the RS200 is one of the best looking bikes with throaty exhausts note but it too comes with many flaws take the space between the handlebar and the fuel tank for example, the small space surely will obstruct the riders from turning the handle properly if they are wearing some padded gloves when they are actually turning the motorcycle.
Enjoy the video and do tell us your opinion about this new motorcycle from Bajaj. You can even read the entire review of the motorcycle here