The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 was always seen as an affordable alternative if you were in the market for a sporty streetfighter. As for the comfort, right from the moment you sit on it and reach for the bars, you get a lovely sense of command over the motorcycle. The seat cushioning is firm but absorbent, the texture is grippy and the slim tank allows you to straddle the bike more efficiently. Even the taut suspension isn’t that much of a bother. On the other hand, the Bajaj NS250 has not launched yet and it would be unfair to give a verdict. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for dealership details.
If you want a bike now then you go for a current model. The NS 200 has gained in performance, despite the strict BS6 emissions. On the other hand, there is no official update of the launch of the new updated Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride before making the final decision. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details. Read more -BS6 Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Reviewed In Detailed Photos.
The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 was always seen as an affordable alternative if you were in the market for a sporty streetfighter. As for the comfort, right from the moment you sit on it and reach for the bars, you get a lovely sense of command over the motorcycle. The seat cushioning is firm but absorbent, the texture is grippy and the slim tank allows you to straddle the bike more efficiently. Even the taut suspension isn’t that much of a bother. On the other hand, the Dominar 250 offers a good price to power ratio and brilliant ride quality. The 250cc motor may feel boring on the KTM, but it works beautifully on the Dominar especially when you combine it with its comfortable touring ergonomics. It truly deserves the ‘sports tourer’ tag. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of performance and comfort. Click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
Naver do that it need 1.2 Ltr because when you put 1.2 ltr and bike upto 10000 km engine oil will reduce less then 1 ltr and if you put 1 ltr it will go down from there so that's not good for your engine
NO FILL IT AS REQUIRE, SUGGEST 1.4 LIT BECAUSE ITS THE RACING MACHINE I don't THINK YOU WIL DRIE IT LKE SPLENDER OR ANY 100CC BIKE
If clutchplate is changed then put 1.5 litre oil compulsory for better performance 20w50 or 10w50
Hello everyone Ns 200 was my first bike from Bajaj after honda cbr 150r and it wasn't really a good experience Being an Ns200 owner. It's been approx 9 months from now and cons were really high then pros.Pros:1)Very good styling bike in this range,looks really tough and sturdy.2)Best sprinter in this budget.3) Front break feed back is really Awesome and that sharp bite feels good.4)engine is Fast enough to Ride on Mumbai highways.Cons: After my first service (250kmapprox)My clutch got shot other day and which wasn't covered in warranty. And after service center mechanic found clutch got shot because of crank shaft. So finally it was considered as Bajaj's fault then too the bill was about 1.6k and I denied paying.Cons:1) vibrations are on higher side compared with TVS2004v, r15v3. Apache was the smoothest of all.2) seats are very hard for long ride. can feel Bricks after 50 km3)few options for service center as i found in my area it's just 1 and they work in banyan. It was an horrible experience.4)Rpm Needle malfunction sometimes it use to get stuck at 3 on higher speed and 2 at lower speed.5) dipper build was fused with in 2 month..after going through various blog I found out this problems was faced by many ns owners.6) single channel ABS Limit you to push this bike. Dual channel ABS was so much required.
1. Mileage: Unike other NS200 owners who're from Bengaluru, my bike does not deliver 35kmpl in Bengaluru. I hardly get 24-26 kmpl, even after maintaining speeds and gear changing at adequate RPMs..Bajaj needs to help me with this.. 2. Chain sprocket maintenance and replacement: The technicians at Bajaj service centres are very much convinced that the chain sprocket be worn out at 10,000 kilometres and claim that the same needs to replacement. I, as a customer who gets my bike serviced at regular recommended intervals, fail to comprehend as to how my chain needs maintenance even after getting it tightened at local garages and cleaning,lubing it myself after every 500 kilometres.. 3. Service costs: Not cheap at all..Even during free services, I was billed a whopping 750-800 towards engine oil and consummables combined..4. Not a very comfortable seat to ride on..My pillion always complains of the pillion seat..I hope bajaj will address these issues instead of threatening me to take this comment/answer off
Dear Sushant, Thank you for sharing your concern, to assist you better request you to share your contact number, email id and location here, so that our customer support team can get in touch with you at the earliest.Thank You,Customer Care TVS Eurogrip
Let me first start with the thing that my heifht is 6 ft 2 inch so while riding I did not face much of back problem, but yes if someone is sitting behind you then he will keep asking you to stop every one or one and half hour.As NS is naked sport bike, it has been designed to look sporty and cool so you have to compromise a bit on comfort. What I felt if I apply the front disc brake then it automatically puts pressure on your thighs to hold your body back and after riding few kilometres it starts to pain.Another thing is that this bike has 6 gear box so if you are riding in city then you have to shift gears a lot and again your left portion between left knee and ankle starting to pain.After all this, let me end by saying I love this bike. I have this bike from the past 7 years. I give full marks in terms of mileage considering the 200CC engine coz it has triple spark technology. In city I get around 35 and on highway 40-42 n yes I ride above 100 so speed shouldn't be the case here.
Sure you can as engine is capable of cruising at 80-90 kmph (single rider) all day also a new bike can give you 40kmpl on highways , the only down side is seat due to which you might need a break every 150km or so but it is an small issue which can be covered using air seats which are easily available, so overall one can tour NS200 All above explain is not based online reviews it's just I own it last 8 year :)Ride safe Ride hard
My height is 5'5 and i am not comfortable at all with the seating . I tried many thing to do but this bike is not comfortable for this height range I definitely suggest buy apche 200 instead of this coz apache is totally comfortable for this height range.
If you want go for 200cc bike you should not look to mileage because if you take bike by looking mileage you will take apache200 4v but after that you will not get proper service even Apache 200 4v indicator bulb is not available on service centre from this you should think about the service of TVS
Depends if you tall above 6ft apache whether it might be good is a no go your knees will be crammed while below 5ft8in ns is no go you'll have to struggle as you have to balance on one leg otherwise apache is a soft rider while ns a bit harsh and while comfort is with apache performance is with ns. looks are personal perspective I like apache's looks but drive ns200 apache is better for city and touring can be done too ns is perfect for touring city rides are a bit harsh as it heats up more and isn't as agile as apache
I think apache 200 is easier to ride in the city whereas pulsar 200 is more powerful but the power is not usable in the city traffic as it takes time to build up. So, if you ride in moderate to heavy traffic conditions, rtr 200 is better, it also offers better handling and brakes.if you ride in light traffic conditions then pulsar is the better choice, although it does not handle all that well.