Bajaj Auto is escalating its horizons. It has inked joint ventures with a few global brands that comprise KTM and Kawasaki, and exporting motorcycles in global markets in addition.
Country’s second biggest bike manufacturer is selling its motorcycles in rising market zones such as Latin America and South East Asia, and in these zones the company’s flagship Pulsar series motorcycles has witnessed a positive following in addition.
Currently, there are statements that the company is making plans to export its newest Pulsar series motorbike, Pulsar 200 NS to the Indonesian market.
The Pulsar 200 NS has become the most innovative Pulsar in the company’s array, its Triple Spark, four-regulator, liquid cooled engine is the trial product. The Pulsar 200 NS is performing fine in the Indian market because of its aggressive valuation and if the company pitches the motorcycle with such accuracy in Indonesia, they will hit a landmark there in addition.
The company has already declared that they are planning to begin export of Pulsar 200NS to the Latin America and South Asian nations.
The Pulsar 200 NS boasts Triple Spark Ignition, ExhuasTEC and four valve-head. The Pulsar 200 NS also has the monoshock back suspension and a double spar framework, adopted from the Duke 200. These characteristics turn Pulsar 200NS the best motorcycle among the Pulsar series motorcycles and enhanced the riding and handling up to a major extent.
For India, Bajaj is making plans to roll out a 100cc high performance motorbike and then the firm is to introduce a more potent 375cc motorcycle based on the Pulsar 200 NS platform.
The new bike is likely to boast a 373cc single cylinder engine, gained from the forthcoming Duke 390, with heavy designing signals from the same.