Bearing the name of the second largest motorbike manufacturer in the country which ranks third in the world, Bajaj Pulsar 220 Dtsi carries the family genes of trust, reliability and efficiency. Making motorcycles that are not only blessed with some very enthralling looks but are driven by mavens of engines under the hood is a tradition that has been a part of Bajaj Auto's production history. But what actually makes Bajaj bikes such a huge hit in India is that all these brilliant packages of style and technology have always been within an easy reach of the common man making them popular instantly. It is a known fact that the Bajaj factory works on the strategy of innovation and the people in there believe in nothing but working some new miracle or the other every time they roll out something new in the market. And that is what is reflected in Bajaj Pulsar 220 Dtsi as well.
This is the bike that introduced the world with the two marvelous technologies of DTS-i (Digital Twin Spark Ignition) and ExhausTEC (Exhaust Torque Expansion Chamber) developed by the Indian bike-major, Bajaj. While the DTS-i enhances the combustion speed and quality, the ExhausTEC system ensures a uniform torque output throughout the rev scale and keeps noise at its minimum. Besides the technical traits, the Pulsar 220 Dtsi is also very rich in exterior looks. Not going for the bulky attire flaunted by its P220F, P220S succeeds wonderfully in putting up an agile and light body for show which especially pleases the speed-crazy riders a lot. In fact, the carbureted version of 220 that came out in 2009 was tagged as the fastest bike in India by the company. The following year saw the release of two new models of Bajaj Pulsar 220 Dtsi called the 220F (Faired model) and the 220S (Street Fighter) while the year 2011 brought with it a twin-toned revamp of P220 Dtsi.