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Bajaj asks to Join the Tribe and ride the Pulsar City in its new Commercial


Bajaj is out with an exhilarating advertisement of Bajaj Pulsar City. It seems that the Bajaj Auto Limited is up with creating a Pulsar Tribe highlighting 1 Crore versions of Bajaj Pulsar rolling their wheels on road.

The commercial is nicely themed and aimed at urban riders asking to ‘Join the Tribe‘. It’s high on tempo and definitely increases the beats. Sound effects are amazing and splendidly complement the stunts.

Advertisement starts with a fictional City of Bajaj Pulsar with numerous obstacles like FlyBy Takeaway of Coffee shop, Vertical Parking, 360-degree Loops, Low Underpass and No Straight Roads Ahead. Riders zoom through these obstacles effortlessly performing Wheelies, Stoppies, Ground Slides, Jumps and other stunts.

In the commercial Bajaj has flared all the versions of Pulsar signaling each of the variants to be of outstanding performance and stunts compatible.

The video ends with ‘Definitely Male’ punch line which is tagged with Pulsar since its inception. Bajaj Auto’s slogans and advertisements like Haathi Mat Palo not only pinch its competitors but owners of other brand motorcyclists too. Still, it’s hard to ignore them 🙂

Looking back at the history, the journey of Bajaj Pulsar started in 2001 with Pulsar 150 and then the Pulsar 180 model came in. Since then Bajaj never looked back and has included models of 135 LS, 220, NS 160, NS 200 and RS 200 into the fleet.

All of these models are claimed to be a huge success in the Indian motorcycle market and one of the best for daily commuting. People love it as the maintenance cost is low, offers superb looks and has decent fuel efficiency.

I have owned Bajaj Pulsar 150 UG3 and always loved it taking for short as well as long rides of more than 3000 km without any glitches or breakdowns.

I wish the tribe to grow and become a group of responsible riders and adventure lovers.

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Hello, I am Niraj. I define myself as an amateur photographer, biker and seeker. I like to connect with like-minded friends and share experiences and stories from the place, people and time. I believe life is an endless journey and our actions no matter how small affects this infinite universe in some way or another. So let's not stop and keep our work going.

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