Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Launched All Over India

| August 18, 2012 | 13 Comments

Regulars here would know that we at Motoroids are mighty impressed by the Bajaj Pulsar 200NS. The new 200NS is light years ahead of the Pulsars of the yore and brings back the affordable performance biking to motorcycle aficionados in India. We reported in detail when Bajaj had introduced the 200NS to our bike market and mentioned that Bajaj Auto would be launching the new bike in a state wise manner. The 200NS has already been on sale in Delhi, Mumbai and Pune since some time and now, Bajaj Autos has finally decided to give the entire nation a taste of their new recipe for fun. We recently had a chat with a senior official at Bajaj Autos and were informed by him that the bikes have reached the stockyards of various dealerships throughout the country.

Click here to – CHECK OUR REVIEW OF THE ALL NEW BAJAJ PULSAR 200 NS

Few questions that many people have in in mind- Should 220 owners think of upgrading to 200NS? Is 200NS as good as the KTM Duke 200? 

Click here to- CHECK OUR PULSAR 200 NS VS PULSAR 220 DTSi STORY

Click here to- CHECK OUR KTM DUKE 200 VS PULSAR 200NS STORY

PULSAR 200 NS SPECIFICATIONS-

Engine Type- SOHC – 4V – Liquid Cooled

Combustion system- Triple spark

Ignition system- Independent spark control through ECU

Crankshaft Type- Integral

Max Power- 23.52 PS @ 9500

Max Torque- 18.3 Nm @ 8000

Bore- 72 mm

Stroke- 49 mm

Displacement- 199.5 cc

Fuel system- Carburettor, UCD 33

Air filter- Paper element

Exhaust system- Exhaust TEC enhanced centrally mounted     

Frame Type- Pressed steel Perimeter Frame

Wheel Base- 1363 mm

Length x height x width- 2017 mm x 1195 mm x 804 mm

Seat height (Rider)- 805 mm

Ground Clearance- 167 mm

Vehicle Kerb weight- 145 kg

FAW/RAW- 72/73 kg

Fuel Tank capacity- 12 L

Suspension

Front suspension- Telescopic Front Fork with Antifriction Bush Dia 37

Rear Suspension- Nitrox  Mono Shock Absorber with piggy back gas canister

Brakes – type

Front- Petal Disc with floating caliper

Rear- Petal Disc with floating caliper

Brake Size

Front Dia- 280 mm Disc

Rear Dia- 230 mm Disc

Tyres

Front- 100/80 – 17, 52 P, Tubeless

Rear- 130/70 – 17, 61 P, Tubeless

Rims

Front- 10 spoke 2.5 x 17, Alloy

Rear- 10 Spoke, 3.5 x 17, Alloy

Max Speed- 136 Kmph

Acceleration

0-60 kmph- 3.61 sec

0-100 kmph- 9.83 sec

Braking performance

Braking Distance – Both brakes (60 – 0 Kmph)     16.33 meters

 

 

 

Category: Bajaj Auto, News

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Yatharth is an automotive design student and a keen follower of the happenings in the Indian automotive industry. He has been handed the task of keeping you abreast with the action in the Indian motoring sphere on a daily basis. He skips his breakfasts and ditches his girlfriends for the noble job.

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  1. Raj Kashyap says:

    superb bike

  2. Raj Kashyap says:

    superb bike

  3. Raj Kashyap says:

    superb bike

  4. Rajesh Reddy says:

    Have begun to see a few on the roads already here in Bangalore and it looks fabulous. I saw a white Honda CB1000R near Madhavan park and for a moment I thought it was the Pulsar LOL. As the bike approached, I saw the multiple downtubes and quickly realized this was the CB1000R. The front view of the NS is remarkably similar to the CB1000R. On the looks front, the NS really does score. Please, bring that Pulsar 350/375 to the market ASAP.

  5. Rajesh Reddy says:

    Have begun to see a few on the roads already here in Bangalore and it looks fabulous. I saw a white Honda CB1000R near Madhavan park and for a moment I thought it was the Pulsar LOL. As the bike approached, I saw the multiple downtubes and quickly realized this was the CB1000R. The front view of the NS is remarkably similar to the CB1000R. On the looks front, the NS really does score. Please, bring that Pulsar 350/375 to the market ASAP.

  6. Rajesh Reddy says:

    Have begun to see a few on the roads already here in Bangalore and it looks fabulous. I saw a white Honda CB1000R near Madhavan park and for a moment I thought it was the Pulsar LOL. As the bike approached, I saw the multiple downtubes and quickly realized this was the CB1000R. The front view of the NS is remarkably similar to the CB1000R. On the looks front, the NS really does score. Please, bring that Pulsar 350/375 to the market ASAP.

  7. VA R UN says:

    there is only resemblance when we look at it suddenly….but when up close its different upto a certain degree…a very good product for a first time attempt…the game has only just begun…

  8. VA R UN says:

    there is only resemblance when we look at it suddenly….but when up close its different upto a certain degree…a very good product for a first time attempt…the game has only just begun…

  9. VA R UN says:

    there is only resemblance when we look at it suddenly….but when up close its different upto a certain degree…a very good product for a first time attempt…the game has only just begun…

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