The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 has received its second price hike in less than a month. The new premium pushes the price of the NS200 to Rs 1,33,222, making it more expensive by Rs 2,003. That aside, the streetfighter remains the same, both mechanically and cosmetically.
The bike received two new color options with the last update – Burnt Red (matte finish) and Plasma Blue (satin finish) with white alloy wheels.
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Price
Pulsar NS200 Specifications
The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 BS6 gets fuel-injection and an additional catalytic converter, which are the main reason for the price hike. Power and torque have increased by 1PS and 0.2Nm to 24.5PS and 18.5Nm on the BS6 version, while weight has gone up by 2kg. Apart from a BS6-compliant fuel-injected motor, the Pulsar NS200 BS6 remains cosmetically and mechanically unchanged. It gets a perimeter frame with suspension in the form of telescopic forks and monoshock. Braking is via a 300mm front disc and 230mm rear disc. It uses 100/80-17 front and 130/70-17 rear MRF REVZ tires.
|Engine||199.5 cc, Single Cylinder, BS-VI|
|Max Power||24.13 bhp at 9,750 rpm|
|Max Torque||18.5 Nm at 8,000 rpm|
|Brakes||Double Disc with Single channel ABS|
Pulsar NS200 Design
The Pulsar NS200 has a sporty design. However, given that its styling has virtually remained unchanged since its launch in 2012, it has started to look dated. Its direct competitor, the TVS Apache RTR 200 BS6, recently received a major makeover. We expected the NS200 to receive one as well during its BS6 transition but it does not even get a new sticker job. The Pulsar NS200 will get the same four color options as before: Fiery Yellow, Wild Red, Graphite Black, and Mirage White.
Pulsar NS200 Features
The Pulsar NS200 gets a two-tone paint job with new graphics. The semi-digital instrument cluster is legible and easy to use. It also gets a shift light beacon along with other basic readouts like a side stand indicator and a high-temperature warning lamp. While the NS showcases admirable build quality, there is still room for improvement. The bike gets three new paint options that make the bike look fresh. You also get funky wheel rim graphics that are color-coded with the bike. The NS now gets a belly-pan fairing as well.
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Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Competitors
The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 BS6 competes with the Apache RTR 200 4V, KTM 200 Duke, and the Honda Hornet 2.0. While they are not direct competitors, the Pulsar NS200 also faces heat from the Yamaha MT-15, Yamaha FZ 25, and Suzuki Gixxer 250.
About Bajaj Bikes
Bajaj Motorcycles is one of the most important motorcycle manufacturers in India. Based out of Pune, Bajaj has manufacturing plants in Chakan, Waluj in Maharashtra, and Pantnagar in Uttarakhand. Its oldest plant in Akurdi, Pune currently houses the company’s corporate office and research & development center.
Bajaj Auto had acquired a 14.5 percent stake in KTM Power Sports. Under this acquisition, KTM will provide the know-how for joint development of the new motorcycles and engines, and Bajaj will take over the manufacturing and distribution of KTM products in India and export these products globally. As of now, Bajaj holds a 47.96 percent stake in KTM.
Bajaj currently sells its products through two formats – Bajaj showrooms which sells all the Bajaj bikes and Probiking showrooms, which sells bikes from KTM and Kawasaki. Bajaj bikes in 2019 have captured a big share of the Indian market due to the innovations they provide in a reasonable price range
FAQ’s About Bajaj Pulsar NS200
Is Pulsar NS 200 worth buying?
In the 200cc segment, ns200 is that the best among all. it’s so comfortable as compare to apache 200. Also, the pickup is best than apache200. Coming the simplest thing is its braking power.
Is Pulsar NS 200 good for long rides?
Yes! Of course, you’ll take NS200 for an extended ride, as many of them have answered that it’s comfortable to ride and its performance also as. you’ll not get heating issues during this bike like KTM Motorcycles.
What is the price of NS 200 BS6?