Bajaj will dispatch its up and coming premium cruiser, the Kratos 400 inside this logbook year, a Bajaj official has affirmed. The new Bajaj Kratos 400, appeared in its idea shape as the Pulsar CS 400 at the 2014 Auto Expo, will share the powerplant from the KTM 390 Duke. Since the time it was initially revealed at the 2014 Auto Expo, there have been a few gossipy tidbits and hypotheses about the bicycle's dispatch date and its name too.
For at some point there were reports of the Pulsar CS 400 notwithstanding being known as the Pulsar VS400, where the VS remained for 'Vantage Sport'. In any case, soon the organization declared that the bicycle won't be a Pulsar item at all and will be a part of an all-new brand, 'Kratos'. The Bajaj Kratos 400 will be the bicycle producer's lead show in India furthermore the most capable one in its line-up. It will get its powertrain from the KTM 390 Duke, utilizing the same 373.2cc single-barrel motor.
All things considered, the engine, nonetheless, is required to come outfitted with the bicycle producer's trademark triple-start innovation and this could imply that the motor on the CS 400, or the Kratos 400 as it will be known now, will get an alternate make a beeline for the one on the Duke.
The motor is relied upon to have an alternate condition of tune than the KTM as well, with power confined to around 35bhp, which will be sent to the back wheel by means of a 6-speed gearbox. Regarding plan, the Bajaj Kratos 400 will nearly take after the Pulsar CS 400 idea and has consolidated a large group of components on the creation show.
You get adaptive front forks however rather than USDs, and ABS is relied upon to be standard, while double channel ABS can be required to be offered as discretionary. The Bajaj Kratos 400 will contend in the exceptionally well known, middleweight cruiser fragment in India, equaling any semblance of Royal Enfield and a few other up and coming cruisers in the section. The Kratos 400 is required to be estimated around Rs 1.60-1.80 lakh (ex-showroom).