Bajaj Pulsar 300
as as on Jan 31, 2015
3 / 5
(6 Ratings)
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Model name bajaj pulsar
Starting Electric Start
Displacement 300cc
Engine type 4-Stroke, V Twin, 2 cylinders, Liquid cooled DOHC
Maximum Power 29bhp@5000rpm
Fuel Economy 20 kmpl

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Bajaj Pulsar 300 Description

Redefining the whole Indian bike market with the launch of Pulsar, Bajaj Motorcycles has been one of the most premium and trusted brands running on Indian roads right now. Though after the launch of the Bajaj Pulsar, a lot of other bike manufacturers tried to make their own versions, but no one succeeded primarily due to Bajaj’s reliability and performance. This ensured Bajaj had a field day with virtually no competition at all and made a remarkable presence in the market. The stunning looks and higher than average performance of the Pulsar makes it one of the most visible brands in India. Bajaj Pulsar 300 is another bike from the same Pulsar series of bikes. This 300cc beast, which has been classified as a sports bike, has a 300cc engine to boast of. The engine is a Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valve which is expected to churn out 32bhp with a maximum torque of 28Nm. This dynamic sports engine has been mated to a 6-gear transmission system that is expected to power the bike to speeds of 190kmph and above. The engine is liquid-cooled to ensure virtually no chance of engine failure to happen.
The dimensions of the bike are not yet out but in other specifications a halogen lamp powered by a DC setup is sure to mark its presence on roads. This ensures you won’t face any problem while driving in the dark.

The maintenance free batteries ensure a tension free operation and the alloy wheels mark this bike out for special attention on the roads. The tires are tubeless, so no need of pulling the bike to the repair station in case of a puncture. The bike is available in 5 basic colors including Red, Blue, Silver, Grey and Black. The brakes on the bike are disc brakes on both the front and the rear wheels to ensure the best possible stoppage from high speeds. A stand alarm has also been incorporated into the bike. The fuel gauge, speedometer and odometer are all analogue which gives the exact data that is required for the rider. Indicators for low fuel, low oil, low battery and high oil temperature have been included as part of the overall package. The bike lacks a passenger backrest and a choked air filter indicator. The step-up seats are good and comfortable to ride on. A good buy!

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