The launch of the first fully-faired Bajaj motorcycle gave Pulsar fans a fantastic choice to pick from. Not only is it said to be quicker and more massive than the 200NS, but it also even has the Anti-lock Braking System's (ABS).
The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is a sturdy motorcycle. It has the dual projector headlamp configuration which has a high demand in youngsters. The rear taillight is an LED device that, compared to most motorcycles in India, is quite rare. The bike's front wheel suits the hue of the graphics on the bike. The bike, though, looks spectacular and upmarket. The design proposition also fits the ideal category for youngsters, even though the model is old now.
On the other hand, the Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 is just a tough streetfighter. It comes with minimalist tank fairing and a finely made headlamp structure. It has a regular headlight unit but an LED unit that resembles the Pulsar lineup is the tail lamp. In both bikes, the alloy wheel construction is the same.
The same powertrain is shared by both bikes. A 199.5 cc single-cylinder, fuel-injected, a liquid-cooled model is the engine on both motorcycles. The engine produces a combined power of around 23.8 bhp and 18.7 Nm of peak torque. The numbers are substantially high enough if we equate other bikes at a comparable amount. A 6-speed unit is a gearbox with an engine. The RS was formerly the only fuel-injected bike of the two, but now both bikes come with a fuel injection system after BS6.
When compared, RS 200 vs NS 200, the RS200 has a more dedicated riding stance. Both bikes are fitted with a standard amount of hardware, or we may claim that they both share similar hardware. On both motorcycles, suspension duty is managed by the front telescopic suspension and the rear adjustable mono-shock suspension. The braking on both bikes are the same. Brakes are assisted with the dual-channel ABS in the Pulsar RS200, while the single-channel ABS is assisted in the Pulsar NS200.
The Pulsar RS200 and NS200 both share the same semi-digital velocity console. The complexities of architecture and driving constrain the significant shift in both bikes..
The price of the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 is Rs 1.45 lakhs (ex-showroom). Bajaj offers bike finance for RS 200, at an affordable interest rate @9.7%.
The cost goes up by Rs 26,000 for the non-ABS RS200. In contrast, the price gap for the ABS version increases to around Rs 38,000, which is around the price of a new CT100 90kmpl. The Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 comes in 6 colours and one variant.
NS200 of the Bajaj Pulsar costs Rs 1.25 lakhs. Bajaj offers bike finance for Bajaj Pulsar NS200 at an amazing interest rates @9.7%. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 comes in 8 colours and 1 variant.
Bajaj Pulsar bikes have been a favourite among Indians for over 2 decades. The Pulsar 200 series is steadily growing its fan base with a segment-leading valuation for money bikes. It may be confusing to pick between the fair edition, the Pulsar RS200 and the Pulsar NS200 if you are looking to purchase the bike from the Pulsar 200 series.Apply for Loan Calculate Your EMI