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Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Overview

Bajaj Pulsar NS200 User Reviews

4.3 /5
1638 reviews & ratings
  • Performance
    4.7/5
  • Comfort
    4.3/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    4.0/5
  • Mileage
    3.9/5

Preferred For : Daily Commute

54% of users have given a rating of 4.5 and above

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  • 5.0

    This bike is one of the best pulsar I've ever purchased it has good looks better mileage speed and what not I prefer every youngsters who are looking for a bike in best price just go with the Ns 200

  • 4.2

    Bike is very stylish And my favourite bike pulsar ns 200 my dream bike but one problem in this bike no led headlamps and very comfortable seats n suspension i'am ns200 lover... Bike pickup bht hard...

  • 4.6

    Braking in rear is worst and brake pedal quality is not good. The only thing is i feel paining is backbone during 100kms driving. Good powerful engine but fuel capacity is 8litres only. The tank gets overflowed with 8.5litres. I too fall down while using rear brakes. Front brake is better safe while driving.

  • 4.2

    I took it as it was an old dream bike of a lot of persons and the attraction that it had in it and it is really what a naked bike should be like and i would say the old is gold but the new one has some specs to do with but it would do the work

  • 4.6

    I got this bike in 2017 and since then I've clocked almost 70k kms on this one and I tell you this machine does not give up easily you can abuse it in any kind of weather or terrain and it'll make you proud. I've been travelling a lot and this is not bad at all for long highway high-speed runs it just shows its true colors when you decide to open the throttle on a highway.... Maintenance and spare costs are very pocket friendly and since my daily commuting is mostly done on highways I mostly keep pushing it to the limits and for this reason the engine is burning the engine oil now and I think it's time for an engine overhaul... Not bad considering the 70k+ kms of hard riding...

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  • 2.6

    Hi everyone !! I own ns200 2017 model (non abs) .Its been 3 year now ... therefore I am the one who can give a proper review of this bike.lets talk about cons first !! Cons: 1 - vibrations !!! This bike is not at all refined u’ll feel vibrations all over the bike ... even pillion footrest vibrates along with pillion seat 😡 2 - bad gearbox!! Gears don’t properly shift , nor it comes in neutral easily and clutch is on harder side . I have seen people buying Yamaha for just gearbox... now after riding Yamaha I realised I made a mistake .3 - not a daily commuter bike - people think rs200 is for sports and ns 200 for streets.... they are wrong ..!! It’s for people who have their college or office out of city , 50-60 kms far !! This bike demands open roads and driving in the city , you will need to constantly change gear again and again which is pain in the ass !!4 - hard seats = trust me u will feel to get off this bike after 45 mins of riding5 - heating = this bike is only good to ride in open roads and in winters , even a 10 min traffic stop will cause this bike to heat , you will feel heat near thighs and feet and I think that underbelly exhaust causes more 10% heat to the bike.if you are riding at high speeds it won’t heat, but in city .... hmm6 - Weight and height = I know a lot of people will find this funny that bike is heavy but trust me it is ... if you parked somewhere lil bit inclined then you will have hard time pulling it . Royal Enfield is 190 kgs but u don’t feel it while riding , in ns 200 u will feel ... and if you are about to fall , u can’t stop cause it’s heavy and This bike is recommended for tall people. These are some of my problems I bought this bike because it looked really good !! and was worth money but trust me people buy Yamaha and Honda and Royal Enfield for a reason, it’s not just the brand name they are expensive for a reason. Take proper test ride before buying this bike and be 100% sure.

  • 4.2

    Hi everyone this is sanjay. I own an NS 200 ABS 2019 Graphite White Model. I own this bike for 8 months and have done roughly around 5700 kms till now. And to say frankly that this bike is an awesome machine which has all the requirements such as powerful machine with 23.5 bhp engine and aggressive look and eye catching on the roads especially. I have done terrain rides, highway rides, local city rides and its capable of everything. Also has some vibration issues on the lower RPM and that's common on all the sport bikes. Seat cushioning is bit lacking and the bike has a low end lag under 4k rpm once it reaches 6-7k rpm it gets to show its true identity. It's a total beast on 200cc segment. Never faced any heating issues with my bike. I regularly do the maintenance such as 500 kms once cleaning and lubing the chain and water wash once a month. And tightening the chain once every 1000 to 1500 kms. Mileage is bit disappointing but who cares? A we need is the raw power and sufficient torque. If you are looking for a normal commute purpose and a family man i'm not suggesting you this bike. But if you are a person who love to go long drives and raw power i'd definitely say yes for this bike. Just go for it without thinking. Naked Wolves Forever.

  • 4.6

    Well after duke this thing is much capable than any 200cc or even 250. Foolish people shout out for RTR 200 but RTR not even comparable with NS 200. NS is much more musculer, aggressive in road presence. I own a bs4 and trust me it's way too smooth. The only con of this bike is lack of low end torque. You have to downshift every time you go through a speed breakers or bad roads. This thing comes alive after 4/5 k rpm and show its full potential post 6 to 7 k rpm. NS is not for everyone bike but RTR does. Maintenance costs and cost of spare parts are pocket friendly. However NS's engine derived from duke 200 and it's a detuned version of duke so1it's not a hooligan machine. But in top speed due to curb set up this thing Is even Faster than FZ 25 and duke1250.

  • 3.4

    It's a nice powerful bike. But it's not for daily commute mainly when you are travelling in traffic areas. Seat height is little extra. Because of seat height you can not bend the bike with confidence if you are not a perfect rider. Weight is not well balanced as its heavier on front. Top speed I have achieved 146 On Bangalore Airport Highway. But it skids when sudden breaks are not applied properly . I own a fz too. Fz is better in control and very good for daily commute. Even for long rides if you are not a speed lover then fz is better as its very comfortable seating posture. But if you compare everything like pricing, features and power then Ns 200 is better but it should be driven carefully always because more power means more risk.

  • 4.6

    I got this bike in 2017 and since then I've clocked almost 70k kms on this one and I tell you this machine does not give up easily you can abuse it in any kind of weather or terrain and it'll make you proud. I've been travelling a lot and this is not bad at all for long highway high-speed runs it just shows its true colors when you decide to open the throttle on a highway.... Maintenance and spare costs are very pocket friendly and since my daily commuting is mostly done on highways I mostly keep pushing it to the limits and for this reason the engine is burning the engine oil now and I think it's time for an engine overhaul... Not bad considering the 70k+ kms of hard riding...

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