Bajaj two-wheelers have been the heartthrob of young Indian bikers since the early 2000s. The whole muscular appeal, powerful engine, excellent handling and mileage are a few reasons why it is loved widely. Bajaj Pulsar comes in many forms, and each of them targets a separate customer segment. In the following article, we will discuss the price and specifications of different Bajaj Pulsar bikes.
Overview: The young Pulsar is suitable for daily commuters and college students. It is counted among the entry-level Bajaj bikes, which is powered by a 124.4 cc engine and churns 17.05 PS @ 8500 rpm. It is also the most pocket-friendly Pulsar and carries an ex-showroom price tag of Rs 69,965* - Mumbai.
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Overview: The 220F is the first love of the street bikers, and the bike is widely credited as the pioneer of fully-faired bikes in India. Also, it was the first two-wheeler through which Bajaj bikes announced their mega entry in the fully-faired segment. Its monster engine churns 20.93 PS @ 8500 rpm. You can bring your 220F home for a little over Rs 116,262* - Mumbai.
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Overview: The younger sibling of NS 200 is another good looking naked bike by Bajaj two-wheeler. KTM and Bajaj started the naked fairing trend was quick to follow it. NS 160 has achieved much success, and there are various reasons for it. The bike flaunts a 160.3 cc engine and churns 15.5 Ps @ 8500 rpm. Pulsar 160 NS is moderately priced at Rs 103,309* - Mumbai.
Overview: Pulsar NS 200 is probably the most successful two-wheeler from Bajaj after Bajaj Pulsar 150 in the high range, and it continues to make its presence stronger in the market. It is powered by a 199.5 cc engine and gallops 23.5 PS @ 9500 rpm. It has an ex-showroom price of Rs 124,006* in Mumbai.
Overview: Next in the line is the big brother of all Pulsars, the majestic and fully-faired RS 200. The bike is loaded with futuristic features and a mammoth 200 cc engine which lets you speed off the streets with the power it generates, i.e. 24.5 PS @ 9750 rpm. RS 200 is hugely popular among the sports bike lovers.
There is no doubt that Pulsars are the primary choice of Indian bikers, and they are an absolute delight to ride. If you wish to own one of these mean machines, then you might consider the two wheeler loan.