Bajaj has been testing its upcoming motorcycle, the Pulsar 200SS, thoroughly through various riding conditions of the country. One such test mule of Bajaj’s upcoming fully faired motorcycle was caught testing in the Bara-lacha Pass of the Himalayan range. Sadly though, the motorcycle got stuck on the rocky surface in a water crossing. Luckily for petrol heads, we got a good glimpse of the motorcycle once again as it crossed the stream.
The Bajaj Pulsar 200SS is powered by a 199.5 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled, carburetor unit that produces 23.52 PS (23.18 bhp) of power and 18.3 Nm of torque. The engine will be shared with the Pulsar 200 NS. However, it’s still not clear whether this new Pulsar will benefit from fuel-injection or not. The motorcycle has already been unveiled in the flesh at an event in some faraway country. We expect Bajaj to introduce the motorcycle to the market very soon and we can hardly wait to get our hands on the motorcycle as more and more spy images and videos emerge every day.
Here is the spy video that captures the Pulsar 200SS in the Himalayan region. Do share your comments on the Bajaj Pulsar 200SS with us through comments below.