Since Bajaj Auto has introduced Pulsars in India, people of all ages and sectors got to experience the true thrill and excitement by riding. Bajaj Pulsar series are performance packed, affordable and futuristic, which keeps their preference sky high.
It has been over a decade that the manufacturer is dealing in Pulsars and none of these years have gone bad. Currently, Bajaj Pulsar series has several models with engine displacements ranging from 135cc to 220cc, but the most robust and attractive of them all is the 200cc Pulsars. They are design to cater the young and exuberant minds that are full of innovation and passion for riding. Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS was the prime model of the next generation Pulsar that changed the scenario of entry-level performance bike segment of the country. However, NS in the name denotes naked sports.
This motorcycle generated a huge thirst of power and performance among the young generation in the country. It also stole the title of “the fastest Indian” from its distant sibling Pulsar 220. The engine of the bike has got its inspiration from KTM Duke 200, as Bajaj is producing these small capacity Austrian products in India. Bajaj also introduced Triple Spark technology with the launch of Pulsar 200NS, which is incorporated for better fuel combustion.
Technically, the bike is propelled with a 199.5cc, four-stroke, SOHC, liquid-cooled engine that comes mated to a five-speed transmission. The mill generates a supreme power of 23.19bhp at 9,500rpm with a maximum torque of 18.3Nm at 8,000rpm. It is built on a pressed steel perimeter frame that keeps the maneuverability on the motorcycle enjoyable and remarkable. The suspensions of the motorcycle are Telescopic front forks with anti-friction bush and rear mono suspension with nitrox.
The bikes run on 100/80-17-inch front and 130/70-17-inch rear tubeless tyres with multi spoke alloy wheels. The wheels at the front are equipped to 280mm Petal Disc with floating caliper and 230mm Petal Disc with floating caliper are fixed to the rear. The appearance of the motorcycle is highly electrifying with the streetfighter looks with aggressive fuel tank, bold headlight structure, analog plus digital instrumentation and split seats.