Oct 13, 2006

0 Bajaj Pulsar 220, the long wait...

Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTSFi Blue 01
The most awaited launch of the year... Bajaj Pulsar 220 C.C DTS-Fi
(Digitial.Twin.Sparkplug Ignition with Fuel.Injection) ..!!

Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTSFi Blue 02
These are among the better pics I came across in the Internet of the Pulsar 220 C.C
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When the Hero Honda CBZ was launched in 1999, it brought about a major shift in the two wheeler segment in India. I have a gut feeling that the Bajaj Pulsar 220 will have a similar impact and mark another shift in the industry.
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The expectations from the bike is sky high... a discussion thread on this bike has registered one of the longest ever threads in XBhp.Com..a
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The bike has a long list of features... like..
  • First Oil Cooled Engine on an an Indian Bike (The Engine is Air Cooled though)
  • First Bike in India with "Twin Disc Brakes"
  • Fuel Injection
  • A Digital Instrument Console
  • Twin Headlamps (with lenses, Ducati Inspired), a Projector type another Parabolic type
  • LED (Light Emitting Diodes) assembly instead of bulbs in the tail light
  • Self Cancelling Turn indicators (Like Cars)
  • Back Lit Switches (Like Cars)

The last two features is something that I have never heard of in Bikes.... (is it the First in the world then..???)

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The bike has been designed to share many of its components with its 150 C.C and 180 C.C siblings... this has resulted in a somewhat "compromised" design with the bike looking a little out of propotion... But this very strategy has now given Bajaj the position to price the Pulsar 220 very agressively... if priced right between Rs. 75,000 - Rs. 85,000 on road, I think Bajaj has a winner in its hands.


And oh yes..!! I might buy this one...

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Pics: XBhp.Coma

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