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Bajaj Pulsar 200NS now available in dual-tone colours

by Arun Mohan Nadar Posted on 22 Nov 201355,221 Views17 Comments

To make the ever popular 200NS more visually striking, Bajaj has endowed it with three new shades of dual-tone colour options

 

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS blue and black

 

 

Bajaj’s Pulsar is renowned for making performance an affordable proposition for Indian two-wheeler aficionados and has dominated this segment ever since its debut more than a decade ago. And in its latest iteration the 200NS has carried forward this legacy and moreover set new benchmarks in the affordable performance segment in our two-wheeler spectrum. The 200NS has been yet another success story for Bajaj with it clocking healthy sales figure on a consistent basis. Yet, to make the bike more visually appealing to the masses, the Chakan based motorcycle manufacturer has now introduced it in dual-tone colour options. The various colour combinations include red and black, white and black and blue along with black. With the introduction of these new colour choices, Bajaj would phase out its existing solid shades of red and blue. 

 

 

Bajaj Pulsar 200NS white and black

 

 

No mechanicals changes have been made on the 200NS and it is powered by the existing 199.5cc, liquid-cooled, triple-spark DTS-i engine producing 23.5PS of power and 18.3Nm of torque mated to a six-speed transmission. This isn’t the first time that Bajaj is offering dual-tone colour options as it has started this trend with the Pulsar 220 around two years back. According to showroom officials the dual-tone colour option will be dearer by Rs 1500-2000 depending on the location of purchase. The solid shade Pulsar 200NS retails at Rs 87,398 (ex-showroom, Pune).

 

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