The big day has finally come. Bajaj Auto Limited, 10 years after creating history with the original Pulsar twins, are presenting us with the all new, next-gen Pulsar.The new Pulsar is powered by an all new 200cc water cooled engine with 23.5 PS of peak power. Bajaj has come out with all new triple spark technology for the new bike. Christened the Pulsar 200 NS, the new Pulsar will be priced below the Rs 1 lakh bracket and will be officially launched in April 2012.
Bajaj Auto Limited also plans to utilize the occasion to share the company’s success story and announce the future plans for the segment.
Read on to know everything about the new Pulsar 200NS
Image 1: Bajaj welcomes us with a hoarding that shouts aloud of the launch of the new Pulsar.
Image 2: Press kits being provided to the media guys.
Now we bring to you the pics of the entire bike and let me tell you, the bike looks nothing like an Indian bike. I am so scr**ed to live with an outdated model (read: MY Pulsar 220). The wait was definitely worth it.
WARNING: Take deep breath and hold your jaw tight for it has chances of dropping and hitting the ground.
The good (now, AWESOME) folks at Bajaj are showcasing almost the entire line up of last generation of Bajaj Pulsar bikes at the event. Lots of NOSTALGIA! Sure reminded us of the history that created the Pulsar legend!
Specifications: new Pulsar 200 NS:
New Pulsar Engine Specs –
Type – SOHC 4valve 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 – 72mm
Stroke – 49mm
Displacement – 199.5cc
Fuel system – Carburetor, 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 – 2017mmX 1195mm X 804mm
Seat Height Rider – 805mm
Ground Clearance – 167 mm
Vehicle Kerb Weight – 145 kilograms
FAW/RAW – 72/73kilogram
Fuel Tank Capacity – 12 litres
Front Suspension – Telescopic front fork with Antiffriction Bush
Rear Suspension – Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber with piggy back gas canister
Brakes Type –
Front & Rear – Petal Disc with floating caliper
Brake Size –
Front – Dia 280mm Disc
Rear – Dia 230 mm Disc
Front – 100/80 – 17,52 P, Tubeless
Rear – 130/70 – 17,61 P Tubeless
Max Speed – 136kmph
0-60 kmph- 3.1 sec
0-100 kmph – 9.83 sec
Braking Performance –
Braking Distance (both brakes 0 – 60) – 16.33meters
System -DC Ignition
Many rumors were doing rounds that this stunning bike here will be priced around INR 80K. We have received official confirmation that the bike will be within the sub 1 lakh category.