Both the F50 and the NS200 are impressive bikes in the Pulsar lineup.
So how do they compare with one another?
Let's take a quick look -
- According to the official Bajaj bikes price list, the F250 is available at an ex-showroom price of INR 1.40 Lakh.
- The bike comes in just one variant but is available in two colours.
- It is equipped with a 249.07 CC engine that is BS-6 emission norms compliant. The engine can deliver a peak power of 24.1 bhp and a peak torque of 21.5 Nm.
- It is equipped with Digital Twin Spark Ignition system.
- The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox. It also comes equipped with a slipper clutch that makes aggressive downshifts safer.
- The bike is equipped with rear and front disc brakes, and Bajaj offers the bike with ABS as standard equipment.
- The bike has a dry weight of 164 kg and is equipped with a fuel tank with a 14-litre capacity.
- The bike has semi-fairing and a tall windshield.
- The step-up seating design adds to the appeal, and the overall design of the taillight unit is also refreshed.
- The bike is equipped with a side-slung exhaust pipe with twin-exhaust barrels.
- The bike is equipped with full-LED lighting
- It has a semi-digital instrument cluster.
- The bike sits on an all-new tubular chassis.
- The suspension duties are carried out by a 37mm telescopic fork suspension at the front and an adjustable mono-shock suspension unit at the back.
- The bike has a 300 mm disc brake for the front wheel and a 230mm disc brake for the rear.
- The bike comes with 17-inch alloys.
- It has a 100/80 tire at the front and a 130/70 tire at the rear.
- According to the official Bajaj bikes price list, the Pulsar NS 200 is offered in India at an ex-showroom price of INR 1, 35,226.
- The bike comes with a fuel injection system.
- Bajaj added an additional catalytic converter to reduce the emissions emanating from the bike's exhaust.
- It is equipped with Digital Triple Spark Ignition system.
- The bike's peak power and peak torque figures have now increased to 24.5PS and 18.5Nm, respectively.
- The aesthetics and mechanical aspects remain the same when one compares it with its BS4 version.
- The bike comes equipped with a perimeter frame.
- The suspension duties are performed by a telescopic fork suspension at the front and an adjustable mono-shock suspension unit at the rear.
- It has a 300 mm disc brake for the front and a 230 mm disc brake for the rear wheel.
- It is equipped with a 100/80-17 front tire and a 130/70-17 rear tire. Both tires are MRF REVZ branded.
- The bike comes with four colour options: fiery yellow, wild red, graphite black and mirage white.
- The bike comes with two-tone paint and gets a new set of body graphics in the BS-6 version.
- It is equipped with a semi-digital instrument cluster.
- The overall looks of the bike might seem a bit dated compared to the F250. Yet, the NS200 remains a top seller from Bajaj.
Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 Vs Bajaj Pulsar F250
The final verdict on Bajaj Pulsar NS 200 Vs Bajaj Pulsar F250 comparison looks like this - The NS 200 has a six-speed gearbox, low ownership costs, and has aggressive looks of a mean streetfighter bike. The F250, on the other hand, comes with a 250 CC engine, looks to die for and cheap spare parts.
Hence, both bikes are good choices. It all comes down to the preferences of the rider.
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