Bajaj Pulsar - 2020 Price in Bangladesh

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Bajaj Pulsar

The Pulsar brand is the thing that made Bajaj's cruisers so well known. It was first propelled in 2001 with styling suggestive of another symbol, the Honda Hornet, and with a 150cc motor. The standard front plate brake was something new for the time. The 180cc Bajaj Pulsar propelled with a standard electric beginning, yet its distinguishing strength was its speed – its 15bhp was sufficient to make it the quickest bike made in India at that point. 

The electric beginning as an alternative to the 150cc model. In 2003, the Pulsar's styling changed to what we're acquainted with today. It likewise got the DTS-I tech, which was two sparkle plugs, that promoter both force yield just as the economy. 

An additional two years after, 17-inch edges and gas-charged back safeguards were the enormous changes. 2005 likewise was the year when Bajaj started to discharge new highlights for the Pulsar consistently, for the following seven years. 

2006 saw a significant update of the Pulsar – non-contact, illuminated switchgear; self-dropping markers; a generally advanced instrument group, an LED taillight, and a non-contact speedo sensor. 2007 was a significant year – Bajaj just barely passed up a great opportunity propelling the primary fuel-infused Indian bike, with the Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi. 



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It additionally included an oil cooler, a backplate brake, and clasp on handlebars, which were all new. 2008 was somewhat of a rollback for the 220, with it dumping the fuel infusion for carburetion. The instrument group likewise had cautioning lights for a couple of new things like the air channel condition and oil level. 

2009 saw the dispatch of the Pulsar LS 135 – this was a marginally unique interpretation of the brand, as it was proposed to be a lively suburbanite and not a totally sports-centered model like the remainder of the range. 

It had a four-valve motorhead that was made of plastic, which was irregular. 2009 was likewise when the 3D tank logo appeared, as did the tank scoops and a change to a DC electrical framework. 2010 was the point at which the Bajaj Pulsar 150 arrived at its present structure, with the clasp on handlebars. 

2012 was a major year for the brand, on the grounds that the 200 NS was the first of the new-age Pulsars, with an edge outline, fluid cooled motor and back mono-shock. Different firsts incorporate a triple sparkle motor and a four-valve head – this is a motor dependent on the KTM 200 Duke's motor.

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