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How Bajaj Auto plans to retain the fastest Indian tag

Last updated on: August 2, 2011 17:14 IST

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Faisal Ali Khan, Motorbeam.com

The Bajaj Pulsar 220 was the fastest in India. However things have changed now with the launch of the Honda CBR250R. So Bajaj Auto decided to launch a more powerful version of the Pulsar by September this year to retain the fastest Indian tag.

There was a problem though. The company has produced so many P220s that it needs to get rid of them first. How do they do that?

Just adapt ideas from Hero Honda (now Hero MotoCorp Ltd) and Honda. The company launched the two tone paint-job on the Pulsar 220. Now we shall see in images what this Pulsar 220 with two tone paintjob is all about?

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Image: Bajaj Pulsar 220
Photographs: Motorbeam.com
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1. The Pulsar 220 now features front fairing.

Image: The Pulsar 220 now features front fairing

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2. The handlebars are now finished in black.

Image: The handlebars are now finished in black.

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3. The grab rails are also finished in black.

Image: The grab rails are also finished in black.

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4. Floating side cowl looks like a CB Stunner copy.

Image: Floating side cowl looks like a CB Stunner copy.

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5. Looks like Bajaj had too much of black or maybe red and they painted it everywhere!

Image: Looks like Bajaj had too much of black or maybe red and they painted it everywhere.

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6. Graphics on the rear tail is still decent.

Image: Graphics on the rear tail is still decent.

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7. Engine and foot pegs features silver treatment.


Image: Engine and foot pegs features silver treatment

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8. Black looks stunning as always.

Image: Black looks stunning as always.

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