Get ready to ride with Bajaj as they launch new Pulsar model in 2023-2024

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Get ready to ride with Bajaj as they launch new Pulsar model in 2023-2024 (Image:
Get ready to ride with Bajaj as they launch new Pulsar model in 2023-2024 (Image:

Delhi : The new Triumph Speed 400 and the new KTM 390 Duke are two noteworthy motorcycles that Bajaj Auto just unveiled. Buyers responded enthusiastically to the first product from the Bajaj-Triumph cooperation, with the first 10,000 units being reserved within a few days. Before the conclusion of current fiscal year, the firm intends to introduce a number of new bikes in the nation.

Rajiv Bajaj suggested that the official would release a new 100cc CNG bike while speaking to CNBC TV. He asked Nirmala Sitharaman, the minister of finance, to reduce the goods and services tax (GST) on CNG cars to 18%. Additionally, the corporation wants to upgrade the Pulsar product range. Rajiv Bajaj further mentioned that the "biggest ever Pulsar" will be released this fiscal year.

Rajiv Bajaj commented on the new Pulsars, saying, "Between now and the end of the financial year, we will introduce six significant upgrades or new Pulsars aimed at enhancing our share in the mid-segment from 30% to as much as it can rise."

With the launch of a new line of Pulsars, Bajaj hopes to overtake the competition as the market leader. He said that the business plans to unveil the largest Pulsar yet within this fiscal year. Currently, Bajaj controls 30% of all sales in the 125-200cc mid-market segment. The business is also looking into market prospects in the Rs 1.7 lakh-and-up luxury motorbike sector.

Additionally, Rajiv Bajaj stated that the organization has big plans for the Chetak electric scooter. He affirms that following the holiday season, additional Chetak goods would be released. During the holiday season, Bajaj intends to create about 10,000 Chetak units. By the conclusion of the fiscal year, the production capacity will be raised to 15,000–20,000 units per month.

Although specifics of the new Pulsar have not yet been made public, we anticipate it may be the new Pulsar RS400 or NS400 with a new 400cc engine. The Speed 400 or Dominar 400 from Triumph may have a shared powerplant with the new Pulsar.