Bajaj Pulsar RS200 – Detailed Launch Report

Bajaj pulsar 200RS ride review

After much anticipation, Bajaj motorcycles India has officially launched the Pulsar RS200 ( RS- Race Sport) at prices starting from Rs. 1.18 Lakhs. This is the first fully faired motorcycle from the Bajaj stable and will also be their most affordable. The bike can be seen to resemble the Pulsar 400SS that was showcased at the 2014 Indian Auto Expo. Bookings for the motorcycle has began and deliveries will commence soon

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 – Prices ( Ex-showroom , Delhi)

  • Standard ( Non- ABS) – Rs. 1,18,000/-
  • ABS- Rs. 1,30,000/-

Let’s start with the design. The first thing that you will notice is the twin projector ‘bumblebee’ headlamps up front. LED pilot lamps can be seen above it and the LED turn indicators are small and sharp, similar to ones on the KTM dukes. The aggressive design is continued on to the side, where beautifully sculpted split seats and a short side mounted exhaust have been provided. The rear gets sporty ‘floating’ LED tail lamps , which is another one of the RS’s standout feature.

As predicted a single channel Bosch ABS is on offer, but it demands a 12,000 INR premium. Other features include a digital-analogue console (with analog tachometer, digital speedometer, clock, temperature gauge, side stand indicator and service reminder), wide see-through visor and clip-on handlebars. The clip-ons are positioned higher than normal, providing a relaxed, ‘almost’ upright ride posture, improving the comfort on longer rides.

Bajaj pulsar RS200 launched

The Pulsar RS200 shares most of its mechanicals with the 200NS , which include the pressed steel perimeter frame and the 199.5cc single-cylinder, 4-valve, triple-spark, liquid-cooled mill. However it has been tuned higher to deliver 24.5 PS at 9750 RPM and 18.6 Nm of torque at 8000 RPM.Fuel injection is also provided. The engine is mated to a six speed transmission.

  • TOP SPEED -141 kmph
  • KERB WEIGHT – 165 kgs
  • Mileage – 54 km/l
  • FUEL TANK CAPACITY – 13 Liters

Suspension duties are done by telescopic forks at front and Nitrox monoshock at the rear, while the stopping power comes from single 300 mm front and 230 mm rear disc brakes. MRF Zapper tyres are provided instead of Eurogrips.

Bajaj pulsar 200RS rear review

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 – Colours

Currently the Pulsar RS200 is only available in yellow and red colours

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