Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 Disc self and alloy

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Engine 199.5 cc Mileage30 Kmpl Top Speed135 KmphView All Specs
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Pulsar NS 200 Disc self and alloy Price in Delhi

VariantDisc self and alloy
Ex-ShowroomRs97,715
RTORs7,817
InsuranceRs2,950
Others
Smart Card / Postage ChargesRs200
HSRPRs69
Rs269
HelmetRs775
Rs775
On Road PriceRs1,08,751
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Pulsar NS 200 Disc self and alloy comparison with other variants

VariantDisc self and alloyABS
On Road Price Rs1,08,751 Rs1,21,779
EMIRs 3,080Rs 3,446
Front BrakeDiscDisc
Rear BrakeDiscDisc
Wheel TypeAlloyAlloy
ABSNoYes
CBSNoNo
Start TypeSelf Start OnlySelf Start Only

Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 Disc self and alloy Specifications

Overview

Mileage
30 Kmpl
Front Brake
Disc
Rear Brake
Disc
Wheel Type
Alloy
Starting
Self Start Only
Fuel Capacity
12 Ltrs
Engine Type
4 - Stroke, SOHC - 4V - Liquid Cooled, Triple Spark , BSIV Compliant DTS-I Engine Single Cylinder
Displacement
199.5 cc
Maximum Speed
135 Kmph
Gear Box
6 Speed
Fuel Type
Petrol

Engine and Transmission

Engine Type
4 - Stroke, SOHC - 4V - Liquid Cooled, Triple Spark , BSIV Compliant DTS-I Engine Single Cylinder
Displacement
199.5 cc
Mileage
30 Kmpl
Maximum Power
23.52 PS @ 9500 rpm
Maximum Torque
18.3 Nm @ 8000 rpm
Starting
Self Start Only
Maximum Speed
135 Kmph
Cooling System
Liquid Cooled
Gear Box
6 Speed
Clutch
Wet, Multi Disc (Hydraulic)
Bore
72 mm
Stroke
49 mm
Supply System
Carburetor
Transmission Type
Manual

Tyres and Brakes

Tyre Size

Front :-100/80 - 17,

Rear :-130/70 - 17

Tyre Type
Tubeless
Radial Tyres
Yes
Wheel Size

Front :-17 inch,

Rear:-17 inch

Front Brake
Disc
Rear Brake
Disc
Optimum Tyre pressure (Rider)
25 psi
Optimum Tyre Pressure (Rider & Pillion)
25 psi
Front Brake Diameter
280 mm
Rear Brake Diameter
230 mm

Features and Safety

Speedometer
Digital
Tachometer
Analogue
Odometer
Digital
Tripmeter
Digital
ABS
No
CBS
No
Seat Type
Split
Console
Analogue and Digital

Chassis and Suspension

Chassis/Frame
Pressed Steel Perimeter Frame
Front Suspension
Telescopic with Anti-friction Bush
Rear Suspension
Nitrox mono shock absorber with Canister

Dimensions

Length
2017 mm
Height
1075 mm
Width
804 mm
Ground Clearance
167 mm
Saddle Height
805 mm
Kerb Weight
152 Kg
Wheelbase
1363 mm
Fuel Capacity
12 Ltrs

Electricals

Ignition
Independent Spark Control Through ECU
Head Lamp
H4 Blue Tinge 12( 55/60 W)
Tail Lamp
LED
Turn Signal Lamp
Bulb
Pass Switch
Yes
Battery Type
Maintenance Free
Battery Capacity
12V Full DC
Low Fuel Indicator
Yes

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Pulsar NS 200 Disc self and alloy Colours

Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 is available in 3 different colour options: Wild Red, Graphite Black, Mirage White.

  • Wild Red

  • Graphite Black

  • Mirage White

Pulsar NS 200 Disc self and alloy Mileage

Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 gives a mileage of 30 Kmpl in city, as claimed by the company.

30 Kmpl

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Pulsar NS 200 Disc self and alloy Expert Review

Ten years back, Bajaj Auto had given the Indian public a ride by the name of Pulsar. Carved and cut for a true biker at heart, this fascinating bike had been tailor-made to make the Indian riders realize what the actual pleasure of biking was. Back then, bikes were known as nothing more than a fuel-efficient way of commuting in India and it was all up to the Enfield Bullet to show what a big muscular motorbike was actually capable of. Today, the scenario has completely transformed. Bajaj Pulsar presently owns a 50% share of the premium bike market of the country, not to mention its overwhelming number of fans that it has earned over the past decade with its stunning looks, fabulous performance and pure biking fun that it brings to its rider.

 
With this escalating fame and craze working as a backdrop, Bajaj Auto launched the next generation of the scintillating Pulsar series in June 2012. Titled as the Pulsar 200 NS, this motorcycle from the Indian stables not only masters the art of enchanting its beholder with its electrifying looks, but is truly extraordinary in itself. Standing over a twin-spar frame coupled with a monoshock suspension unit, Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is the first motorbike from the Bajaj clan to carry this technology. And talking about 'technology' along with 'first' brings us to the Triple spark technology employed in Pulsar 200 NS that happens to be the first implementation of this technology on the planet. Equipped with all those brilliant features, 'extraordinary' does not seem to be an overstatement for this brand new ride at all.

The new Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS carries a pressed steel perimeter frame together with a clip-on type handle bar that offers better handling over a much longer lifetime. With overall dimensions of 2017mm x 1195mm x 804mm, this latest model of Pulsar is longer, taller and wider than ever before. And that leads straight to the fact that it offers a much longer wheelbase (of 1363mm) as well which is synonymous to more space and comfort. Apart from that, the new Pulsar 200 NS has been given quite a high stance with a ground clearance of 167mm which makes it perfect for the bumpy roads. Weighing a total of 145kg, this new bike keeps its rider absolutely unaware of its hefty figure all thanks to the 50:50 distribution of mass which facilitates an easy and seamless biking.

 
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Appearance
 
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is pure brilliance inside and out. While the unbeatable technology working at its heart does not fail to charm the techno-crazy youth, its 'Naked Sports' looks are enough to bowl any observer over. Pulsar 200 NS echoes sportiness from every angle. Be it the broad fuel-tank, the tall stance, the high-mounted taillamp, the stylish dual-tone theme with vibrant shades or the aerodynamic build, every line shows a spectacular view. While these looks definitely compel heads to turn on an ordinary road, they won't look too modest on a race track either.

To power this sporty beast, Bajaj Auto have employed a liquid-cooled, single cylinder, 4-valve SOHC 199.5cc petrol mill, which is the first motorbike engine to have three spark-plugs working with it. While the liquid-cooling mechanism ensures that the mighty engine is not interrupted in its smooth operation due to any over-heating or power fading problems, the Triple-spark technology works seamlessly to cut down on fuel-consumption and emissions besides increasing the level of power and performance. 

 
This 4-valve engine which already provides an excellent throttle response and a fast pick-up to Pulsar 200 NS, comes mated with a 6-speed gearbox that takes the riding experience to an all new dimension. Together, they produce a maximum of 23bhp at 9500rpm for a peak 18.3Nm torque at 8000rpm and can take the bike from a 0 – 60kmph in a blink of 3.61 seconds while reaching a 100kmph from a zero takes 9.83 seconds.
 
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Mileage
 
Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS offers a best in class fuel economy of 58 kmpl, thanks to its world class engineering and triple spark technology. 

Braking and handling together make up a smooth and safe ride. While an easy handling ensures a fun and comfortable ride, a fool-proof braking mechanism adds the safety factor to it. Fortunately, the designers of Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS have put in some serious efforts in both areas. The braking unit of this fresh bike involves the use of petal disc brakes for the front and rear wheels that have been prepared by Bybre which is the Indian arm of the Brembo Brakes company that specializes in brakes for under 600cc bikes. The front wheel gets a 280mm while the rear one gets a 230mm diameter for the brakes. 

 
As far as handling is concerned, Bajaj has not left any stone unturned to make it as easy as possible. Equal distribution of weight complemented with a fairly upright position of the driver helps in moving in out of traffic quite simple while the novel addition of a Nitrox mono shox unit gives a low and central CG position. Besides that, the steel perimeter frame allows Pulsar to have a much better cornering stability than ever before.

The next generation of Bajaj Pulsar comes with an assortment of safety features integrated into the whole structure. The petal disc brakes for the front and rear wheels ensure absolute and smooth braking for complete safety while the 100/80 - 17, 52 P tubeless tyre for the front and 130/70 - 17, 61 P  tubeless tyre for the rear wheel supplies superior road grip. Plus, the large headlamp fitted with a 12V 55/60W H4 bulb provides better illumination for good visibility at night. For the rear end passenger, in particular, the incorporation of a saree guard comes as a plus point although it tends to act more like a blemish for the amazing looks of Pulsar 200 NS.

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