Kratos VS400 expected to be launched in November by Bajaj


Kratos VS400

Bajaj, being one of the most loved brand in India, is almost ready to launch and to add one more vehicle to their show case. The Pune based brand is expected to launch its much hyped new flagship model Kratos VS400 in the month of November during the festive seasons in india.

The company has been putting their final touches these days to the Kratos VS400. Some spy eyes successfully managed to catch the vehicle multiple times during the road test at different locations. Power Cruiser lovers have their eyes on the vehicle right since the Auto Expo 2014, when Bajaj showcased the Kratos VS400 for the first time as Pulsar CS400 (Cruiser Sport) and it’s been long 2 years for the fans.

The cruiser will be coming with 2 instrument console, out of the two, one is on the handle bar and other on the fuel tank. Braking will be taken care by disk brakes at the front and at rear as well with ABS.

Kratos VS400 will be launched in two variants, one will be offering ABS and the other without ABS, but this is only expected, as no confirmation has been received yet.

Bajaj Kratos VS400

The new beast seems to have nice numbers in every field. Kratos VS400 Engine is 373cc liquid cooled, 4 valve triple spark, fuel injected, which produces 40bhp as the maximum power and 30Nm of maximum torque.

Bajaj Kratos VS400 is expected to target the market of vehicles that are priced in between 1.70 lakhs INR to 2.1 lakhs INR. Some experts says that the Kratos VS400 will impact hugely on the territory currently dominated by Royal Enfield bikes and also they added that Bajaj is expected to launch Kratos close to 1.9 lakhs INR.

Brands like Yamaha, Honda, KTM etc., may also register some drops in sales after the launch of Kratos VS400. However, KTM got their sole concern of racing, KTM’s tagline and its built type of the vehicles also signifies the same, so, Kratos may not have that great impact on their sales.

Festive season is the best time to launch a new product and seems like Bajaj also wants to take advantage of this.


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