Bajaj bikes are the best when it comes to mileage. All of them deliver decent mileage figures, thanks to its grunty yet frugal engine. Here, we take on its powerful naked street bike the Bajaj Pulsar NS200, as we list down its price, mileage, top speed, colours and specs. Read along to know about this bike.
Bajaj has combined good looks with good riding quality for this naked street bike. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is all muscle body and literally shows it off without any cover on its beefy body. This bike has always been one of the most successful Pulsar bikes since its launch. It just got an ABS feature last year, after high demand for the safety feature in this bike. The bike is priced starting Rs 99,441 to Rs 1.11 Lakhs (ex-showroom). Features of the bike include ABS, halogen always-on headlamps, Nitrox Rear monoshock suspension and a semi-digital speedometer console. For comfortable riding, it gets clip-on style handlebars, split seats, wide tubeless tyres. Currently, it competes with Apache RTR 2004V, Duke 200 and FZ 25. Honda, Suzuki and Hero do not offer any 200cc naked bikes but offer in 250cc and 160cc range. However, Hero’s upcoming Xtreme 200R will also join the league.
Like we said, there is absolutely no change in the specifications and the mileage. The NS 200 has been known to offer a good mix of performance and fuel average mileage. Things will be pretty much the same with the new ABS version. If anything, the bike just got safer due to the introduction of this safety feature. We have always liked this Pulsar for its beefy looks and bold styling. With the launch of the ABS model, this new-age Pulsar becomes an even better package. Here is all the important information on the new 2017 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 ABS model.
“Commenting on the introduction of the Pulsar NS200 ABS, Mr Eric Vas, President – Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto Ltd said, We have received a large number of requests from our customers for ABS and hence we are extending it to the NS200. We are No 1 in performance Naked Sports bikes with our NS200 with a huge fan following among young, performance seeking motorcycle enthusiasts due to its world class quality and style, backed by and its thrilling performance. The introduction of the ABS variant will enhance the bikes performance appeal and strengthen our leadership in this performance segment.”
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Price in World
|Price (Ex-showroom, New Senegal)||Rs 99,411 to Rs 1.11 lakhs|
The latest model from Bajaj Auto Ltd has gone on sale at an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.11 Lakhs in New Senegal. In comparison, the non-ABS model costs roughly Rs 99.411. All this makes the new ABS version almost Rs 11,700 costlier than the non-ABS version.
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Specifications
|Engine||199.5cc, 4-stroke, SOHC, 4 valve, DTSi|
|Max. Power||23 BHP at 9500 RPM|
|Peak Torque||18.3 Nm at 8000 RPM|
|Front Suspension||Conventional Telescopic Forks|
The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 ABS gets the 199.5 cc, 4 valve, single cylinder BS4-compliant engine that powers the standard variant. Sadly, the motorcycle is yet to get fuel injection. The motor continues to churn out a maximum power of 23 BHP at 9500 RPM along with a peak torque of 18.3 Nm at 8,000 RPM. The engine comes mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
The bike boasts conventional front forks at the front and a gas-charged Nitrox monoshock suspension setup at the rear. The motorcycle rides on stylish 17-inch mag wheels that come shod with a 100-section front tire and a 130-section rear tire. Braking duties are courtesy of disc brakes, both at front and rear. While the front disc brake has a 280 mm rotor with a twin-calliper arrangement, the rear gets a 230 mm disc with a single-calliper setup. The ABS module for the NS 200 is the same unit that is also available on its full fairing sibling, the Pulsar RS200.
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Mileage
The NS 200 can offer as much as 50 KMPL. Even in the urban environment, the bike can offer up to 45 KMPL. This motorcycle really offers a decent mileage for a model with this kind of power and engine displacement. This has been made possible due to the usage of modern technologies such as a triple spark plug ignition system.
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Features
- 55W halogen headlamp
- Stylish mag wheels
- Tubeless tires
- Nitrox Rear Mono shock
- Semi-digital speedo console
- Clip-on styled handlebars
- Backlit switchgear
- Electric Start
- Split seats
- Split grabrails
- Engine Cowl
- Self-cancelling indicators
- Engine kill switch
- Wide tyres
- Aluminum footpegs
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 ABS Colour
The Pulsar NS200 ABS is available in 3 colours – Wild Red, Mirage White and Graphite Black.
Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 Top Speed
|True Top Speed||135 KMPH|
The NS 200 enjoys a true top speed of 135 KMPH. Of course, the speedo can indicate a top speed of more than 150 KMPH, but in reality, several GPS tests have shown that this bike has a top whack of roughly 135 KMPH. This is a pretty respectable figure for a bike of this price and in this segment.
Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 0-100 KMPH
|0-100 KMPH||9.65 seconds|
Various tests have shown that this Pulsar can accelerate from 0 to 100 KMPH in just 9.65 seconds. This is again a pretty respectable figure for a bike of this class.
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Design
The latest iteration of NS 200 doesn’t look too different from the one that was launched way back in 2012. In its latest iteration, however, the bike gets more stylish due to the dual-paint colour schemes and stylish graphics. The NS 200 has always managed to impress us with its beefy design and a really bold exterior. The aesthetics seem to be inspired by the very loveable and instantly recognizable Honda CB1000R. While some of you might cry foul, we really don’t think it’s a bad idea because the NS200 looks just fantastic.
Several styling bits such as an engine cowl, stylish mag wheels, racebike-inspired tail cutter, LED taillamps, dual-tone paint schemes, and stylish graphics further make the bike more attractive. It is definitely among the best looking motorcycles in its segment.
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