The Bajaj Pulsar gets a new look
Bajaj recently a new look for its flagship motorcycle range – the Pulsar. The bike will no longer be host to the same old standard black, blue, silver and red colour but for the first time will have some trendy graphics on it.
The new graphics will be seen on the Pulsar 150, Pulsar 180 and the Pulsar 220 and will completely substitute the existing colours. The decals for the naked Pulsars can be seen on the side panels at the pedestal of the fuel tank all the way down the side panels to the rear seat cowl, whereas the faired Pulsar 220 will see dual tone graphics across the fairing.
The decorative stickers will come in two alternatives – Blue with black and red with black. the previous look used to host black handle bars and grab rails only on the black coloured bikes but will now be seen on all the colour variants. The engine and the foot pegs will host an all new moonlight silver colour but the piston block will continue to remain black.
“The decals have added a new dimension to the look of the Pulsar, making it more aggressive and sporty. These decals along with the engine color scheme give the Pulsar a fresh and unique feel. ” said Mr. R. Chandrasekar – GM - Marketing & Sales, Bajaj Auto Ltd.
The new Pulsar now looks much sportier thanks to the graphics it will definitely pull in a lot of buyers who want something different from the same old single coloured Pulsar.