As per reports, the ‘Bajaj Pulsar’ has not only pocketed compliments in the local market but also internationally.
The Pulsar 200 NS has a huge fan following in different parts of the globe, owing to the high amount of instrumentation and reasonable performance that it provides.
The said bike was rolled out in the domestic market in the year 2012, and gradually its maker, Bajaj Auto, is introducing the second generation bike to other nations as well.
The Pulsar 200 NS has been introduced in the Colombian market and the bookings have now been started.
The buff following of the said bike is huge in the Colombian market, that possessors have a big meeting during the month of October every year.
The company could have introduced the motorcycle in the Colombian market even previously. However, the firm wishes to tackle the Indian demand initially before commencing exports that is an advantageous move.
The second-gen bike boasts quite some elements with the KTM Duke 200. Both the bikes are fabricated by Bajaj Auto at its facility situated in Chakan, Pune.
The company is eyeing big on international market zones. The firm wishes to export 50 per cent of its volumes, thereby becoming a global motorcycle company. The Indian auto manufacturer proposes to roll out the Pulsar 200 NS in the European market later this year, marketing it through KTM franchises.
Just recently the company had declared that it has decided to introduce a fuel-injected edition of the Pulsar 200 NS for some export markets. In due course, the Pulsar 200 NS FI will be launched in the domestic market in addition.
The Pulsar 200 NS boasts a totally special styling as against the preceding pulsars and is outfitted with industry standard traits such as digital speedometer, indicator lamp, back disc brakes and many others. The motorcycle has superior ergonomics and neutral handling, something that was the previous motorcycle’s Achilles heal.
The Colombian introduction would assist the firm to further strengthen the Pulsar brand in the area and could top it up with the introduction of the Pulsar 275.