400cc Pulsar WithDominar 400 Engine In Works, Launch In 2024

400cc Pulsar WithDominar 400 Engine In Works, Launch In 2024

News by Team Drivio | 4 Oct 2023

The new high-capacity Pulsar NS400 will be lighter in weight compared to the current Dominar 400 weighing 193 kg

  • It will be developed on the versatile Bajaj Pulsar NS200 chassis 
  • NS400 will feature a 6-speed gearbox and a slip-assist clutch
  • The engine will be tuned to hit 40hp or more output 

Bajaj Auto is ready to send tremors across the 400cc bike segment with the upcoming, high-capacity Pulsar NS400. The biggest Pulsar to date will be a sports bike with a Dominar-sourced 373cc heart. This very promising 40hp output motor will be coupled to a 6-speed gearbox and a slip-assist clutch. After its launch, the Pulsar NS400 will rival the likes of the Triumph Speed 400, KTM 390 Duke, and Bajaj Dominar 400. It is expected to be priced between Rs 2.30-2.80 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi) onwards.

Specifications  Bajaj Pulsar NS400 (Expected)
Engine373cc air-cooled engine
Maximum Power40PS
Transmission6-speed (with slip assist clutch)

The Pulsar NS400 will be set up around the very versatile chassis used in the Pulsar NS200. During the tests, the NS200 has proved that it has all the capacity to shoulder more power than the 25hp output of the NS200. Although some bits of adjustments to house the larger 400cc engine will be required, the overall dimensions will probably be the same as those of the ongoing Pulsar NS200. 

Bike ModelPrice (Expected)
Bajaj Pulsar NS400Rs 2.30 Lakh to Rs 2.80 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi)

Going with this architecture, the weight will see a reduction turning the Pulsar NS400 into a lighter machine compared to the Dominar 400 weighing 193kg. On the design part, the enthusiast’s promising and power-packed bike, Pulsar NS400 will have alikeness to the ongoing NS league. The equipment list is speculated to have connected features, a USD fork, LED headlamp and tail lamp, all-digital instrument and display, front and rear discs with dual channel ABS, and many more.