Discussion in 'Economy & Infrastructure' started by Payeng, Jan 30, 2012.
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How about providing us more details ?
more details are available in the mentioned site I will come up with more details soon.
Pricing too ......
Price should be under Rs. 1 lakh
So Payeng this will be your new bike to do this.....
i knew it that you were going to like this....here's more
i think that will be enough else you might have a sprain...
The design sux big time.
I always like the classic style of a Pulsar 180..Even 220 was good.
And yeah, for long distance trips your ass is done .
This bike really is crazy cool.. It is also liquid cooled engine? Then the price must be high...
When Bajaj can design such great bikes, why do they do this?
You obviously lag any such taste you tamalian, in what way does this look bad to you?
The classic's handling was like a skateboard and 220 was not proportionate in design, you re getting old
Now that we know how pulsar 2012 looks we also know how Gulsar 2012 looks!
Dude if you mean the round-domed one...the 2003 model I agree. Not quite a great handler.
But the later ones..especially with the distinct wolf-eyes (2007 model) was excellent...Atleast for me and mind you i am writing about my experience on Mumbai's concrete roads which offer less traction than the tar roads back home. Even the 220 was good.
I second you.
This does not look like a Pulsar. Maybe they did not want to give it a different name since Pulsar is a proven brand.
to cater to people like karthic ?
My dear fellow Tamilian, this design looks too wannabe.
What is the cubic capacity ? (ok I think its 200 CC)
Anyway this was my first impression and not associated with any specific parameter.
Back in Bangalore I had two bikes Pulsar 220 and a relic Rx 100, for the congested roads and parking of Bangalore rx-100 rocks big time, not that for P220 though but in Highway P220 was an excellent performer though Karizma was better in comfort P220 had excellent ride quality again not that for Rx-100 though.
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