The Pulsar RS200 is a feisty full-fairing offering from Bajaj, which packs in the great price-performance in its class . It is also fast, no doubt. But, its true highlight is it's easy to ride nature.The moment you start the bike, you’ll be welcomed by a familiar engine noise. Yes- it sounds like a combination of the KTM’s roar and the NS’s purr. The revv-happy engine builds the revs quickly yet smoothly, and there is plenty of power available on the tap (24.5 HP at 9750 Rpm, thanks to the Bosch EFI system) when you rev it >8000 Rpm. The engine can Pull from as low as 25 Km/h in 5th, thanks to the DTS-i head. The Bike is pretty nimble and can be used for daily commutes and for those occasional long weekend Highway rides as well. It comes with MRF tubeless radial tires, which are medium compound ones. The tires gripped well, great for an OEM provided set. Braking duties are handled by the Bulbous 300 mm single disc in the front and a 230mm disc at the rear. They’re Bybre calipers, with the brakes having good feedback. They get steel braided lines as standard, which is a welcome addition. I got to ride the Non-ABS variant and thus, can’t comment on the ABS’ function and quality.