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Thursday, 27 December 2012

2013 Bajaj Pulsar 350NS

After the grand success of Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS, now Bajaj Motors has officially confirmed of Bajaj Pulsar 350NS which will be launched in 2013. Rajiv Bajaj has not confirmed exact launching date, but yes wait is over. He made this announcement at the Pulsar 200NS’s launch event.
Bajaj Pulsar 350NS will be powered by 349CC liquid-cooled engine with triple spark technology. There is no official announcement of its technical specification. But it is expected to generate maximum power of around 40 bhp and maximum torque of around 35Nm. It expected mileage is around 50+ kmpl.
The price of 350NS is to be expected around Rs. 1.80 Lakh.
The New Bajaj Pulsar 350NS will be available in 3 different colour variation; Red, Black & Yellow.
Technical Specification:
  • Displacement: 349.5cc
  • Engine: Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valve
  • Maximum Power: 40 Bhp (Expected)
  • Maximum Torque: 35 Nm (Expected)
  • Gears: 6 Speed
  • Cylinder Configuration: SOHC layout
  • Valve Per Cylinder: 4

Bajaj Auto unveiled the next generation Pulsar today. The company has only unveiled the 200cc version of the second generation Pulsar, with smaller variants set to come in the later half of th eyear. However this time, there will be an even higher capacity Pulsar. All those who have been waiting for an affordable 350cc bike have reason to rejoice in 2013 as Rajiv Bajaj, MD and CEO of Bajaj Auto has confirmed on the sidelines of the Pulsar 200 NS launch that a Pulsar 350 will arrive in 2013! This Pulsar 350 will have competition from the likes of twin-cylinder 250cc motorcycles, which are soon to be launched in India by Yamaha and Hyosung.
Earlier this month (last week to be precise), when the KTM Duke 200 was launched, the company had revealed its plans to launch a 350cc Duke next year. Now its no rocket science that the Pulsar 200 NS and the Duke 200 share alot of engine parts. Thus, we expect the Duke 350 to arrive before the Pulsar 350 in 2013. Bajaj will use its own technology on the lower half block of the KTM motor to differentiate the Duke and Pulsar. Expect a price below Rs. 1.75 lakhs, with the Pulsar 350 using a twin-cylinder motor, producing close to 33 BHP of power and 25 Nm of torque. The Pulsar 350 might spawn new variants of the Pulsar series, giving Bajaj Auto the gateway to become a bigger motorcycle manufacturer.

  • Bajaj Pulsar 350 General Features

  • Engine Displacement(cc)
    349.5 cc
  • Average
    35 kmpl
  • Starting Type
    Self Start
  • Wheel Type
    5 Spoke Alloy
  • Bajaj Pulsar 350 Standard Features

  • Maximum Power
    40 Bhp
  • Engine Type
    Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valve

Overview of Bajaj Pulsar 350

Bajaj Pulsar 350 Designing

The first look at the first of Pulsars had shocked many. None of us expected the design that Bajaj had come up with in the first batch of Pulsar, the Pulsar 150. Aiming the performance segment, Pulsar 150 was loaded with what was then called “sporty” looks. And it were not just the looks that were winning hearts, the comfort factor that Pulsars came gifted with lured riders to it immediately. The stylish bikini or the wolf-eyed headlamps, increased wheelbase, shapely fuel tanks, split seats, clip on handlebars, all black body, altogether made a feast for eyes. The colors awe the on-lookers, people go on calling Pulsars with all different names like, Emperor, Road Smasher, Small Wonder. What more, this appearance came for pretty much affordable prices. Alloy wheels are a cherry on the cake.

Colors of Bajaj Pulsar 350 Engine & Performance

If it is a Pulsar, it has to be powerful. Oodles of it. The term “Pulsar” comes from the combination of “pulse” and “star,” which literally comes quite true when we think of performance given by Pulsar, pulsating and shooting star! Bajaj Pulsar 350s come with a technology that Bajaj takes pride in calling its own. The sophisticated technologies that Bajaj builts for its engines mark a new step. For example, there is DTS-i, which gives a complete combustion thus the maximum power without hampering the mileage output, thus increasing the mileage of the bike, also the emitted smoke is not as high polluting as it was earlier. Pulsar 135LS, Pulsar 150, 180, 200, 220, 220S, 200NS, all are DTS-i engines. There is this intelligent system, throttle responsive ignition control system, patented by Bajaj, which gives a bike a balance between torque and power. This yet again helps in improving fuel efficiency. Another Bajaj patented technology, ExhausTEC (TEC standing for Torque Expansion Chamber), helps in smart torque digits, also saves you from regular gear shifting since with ExhausTEC, the bikes easily carry on at higher gears and low speeds. The latest from Bajaj's stable, Pulsar 200 NS, comes with tri-spark technology.
Mileage for every variant differs as per other specs, but Bajaj  takes care to give the best of all to its Pulsar range of bikes. Pulsar 220 is supposed to give 38 kmpl while riding in city traffic, while giving 47 kmpl on a highway. A 200 NS would return you a mileage of 35-43 kmpl. Pulsar 150 can give you a mileage of 56.5 kmpl on the busy roads and 65 kmpl on highways. Thus, averaging around 55 kmpl. Overall, one confidently can once claim that Bajaj brings a satisfaction to its consumers as far as mileage is considered. Also can one rest assured on the acceleration and pickup front. Variants of 135 cc, 180 cc, 200 cc and 220 cc have much more powerful engines than others, resulting in better engine performance and acceleration.   Depending on engines, Bajaj Pulsar 350s offer pretty high acceleration too, like a 135 cc Pulsar would be flying  at a speed of 60 kmph in around 5.8 seconds maintaining a speed of 106.8 kmph; Pulsar 150 would take you to to 60 kmph in a mere 5.6 seconds, and would run highest at 11 kmph; Pulsar 180 cc would cross 60 kmph in 5.08 seconds and maintain its top speed at 115 kmph; Pulsar 220, DTS-i engined, is strong enough to carry you across at a speed of 60 kmph in a mere 3.7 seconds and the maximum speed being 118.7 kmph.

Bajaj Pulsar 350 Braking & Handling

Superb is one word to describe braking and handling in Bajaj Pulsar 350 bikes. Most of the Pulsars come with ventilated disc brakes at both the front and the rear, which comes as a great help during an emergency braking requirement. Bajaj Pulsar 350 bikes are the most loved because of the comfort and safety offered. The upgraded technologies that Bajaj comes up with for all the Pulsar bikes, thus providing the easiest and most comfortable handling, and a feel of relaxation when it comes to control over the bike. When a Pulsar is running on the rough Indian roads, the advanced suspension system helps, which simply reduces the jumps and minimizes jerks that would otherwise be felt on the lower arms, thus improving the handling and giving a better sense of control on any kind of road. Another safety feature are the large disc brakes, offered both at the front and rear. This feature of large disc brakes helps you stop your ride right when you need, sudden or well planned. Alloy wheel, pretty light in weight, makes the rider feel grounded with a measurement of 90/90 X 17 at the front and 100/90 X 17 at the rear end. Pretty out of the context under the head of braking and handling, I would like to mention the placing of switches. The placement of switches are such that the rider would not feel their eyes distracted from the road while accessing these switches.

Bajaj Pulsar 350 Pros

With the popularity of Bajaj Pulsar 350 bikes, there is huge list of pros that could be mentioned. However, we mention the selected few here:
1. First proper sports bike on Indian roads.
2. Pricing is conveniently affordable.
3. Bajaj Pulsar 350 brings all that a sports bike should have, looks, power, etc., other than price, which is comparatively low.
4. Acceleration, pick up, mileage at its best.
5. Latest technologies; for example, DTS-i, ExhausTEC, tri-spark, etc.
6. Smooth handling and braking.

Bajaj Pulsar 350 Cons

Though not many, but still, there are a few places where Bajaj Pulsar 350 can be improved. Below is a list of found cons:
1. Gear box is not as smooth as expected.
2. Chain set of the Pulsar bikes have always been a bit problematic.
3. Also noted is some kind of a vibration if gears are changed frequently.

Bajaj Pulsar 350 Updates

The last most happening thing seen from Bajaj was the launch of Pulsar 200 NS. The launch happened early this year, to be precise, 2nd June 2012. This one was a highly awaited bike among the bike enthusiasts … expected was a high price tag, a specification-loaded sports bike. Bajaj fell true to half the expectation. No, it was not the price tag expectation that Bajaj followed, instead it was the specification-loaded thing. The bike came with a bang, at surprisingly low prices! Expected price was somewhere around Rs. 1 lakh, also as the company had announced during the Auto Expo held in January 2012. However, when launched, it was brought to public at as low as Rs. 84,096 (an ex-showroom price).

  • Fuel Efficiency Bajaj Pulsar 350

  • Fuel Efficiency
    35 kmpl
  • Fuel Type
  • Safety

  • Suspension
    Front :- Telescopic Forks, Rear :-Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber
  • Drive Train

  • Gear Box
    6 Speed


  1. Excellent cover story.After the success of whole Pulsar brigade,this all new Bajaj Pulsar 375cc makes a lot of buzz in the market.It can be a trendsetter in the market as we need a complete Indian indigenous sports bike in our capital reach.

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