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Bajaj Pulsar RS200

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Rs. 1.57 Lakh
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Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Latest Updates

The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 has received the highest premium amongst all of its Pulsar siblings. It now retails at Rs 1,57,184 (ex-showroom Delhi), which is a premium of Rs 5,005. The motorcycle hasn't received any significant updates in recent times and justifying this extra asking price is a hard task. Here's more details on the new prices.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Price

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 price start at Rs. 1.57 Lakh (Ex-Showroom). Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is offered in only one variant - ABS.

Pulsar RS200 Specifications

Despite the BS6 update, the RS200 manages to match the power output of its BS4 sibling. While the BS4 model made 24.5PS, the BS6 Pulsar RS200 produces 24.47PS. Torque output, on the other hand, is likely to be around 18.3-18.6Nm. There’s no change in the bike’s hardware either. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 continues to ride on telescopic forks and a monoshock. The bike is anchored by a 300mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear. Dual-channel ABS comes as standard.

Pulsar RS200 Design

The entry-level supersport resembles a certain electric bike that’s been around for a while. The Pulsar RS 200 features sharp angular body panels, a full fairing, twin projector headlamps with eyebrow-type LED DRLs, and an LED tail light. The dual-tone paint scheme though has always been up for debate.

Pulsar RS200 Features

The bike gets twin-projector headlamps that offer ample illumination, a semi-digital instrument console that feels a bit dated, backlit switchgear, dual-channel ABS for safety, and clip-on handlebars for a sporty riding posture. The console reads out information like fuel gauge and features two trips meters, odometre, a clock, service-due indicator, and tell-tale lights.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Competitors

The RS200 goes up against the Yamaha YZF R15 V3.0, Apache RTR 200 4V and the KTM RC 200, all are track-oriented motorcycles.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Price List in India

Variants Ex-Showroom Price
Pulsar RS200 ABS
199 cc |
Rs. 1.57 Lakh
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Editor's View of Bajaj Pulsar RS200

  • Upside

    Rev-happy motor, comfortable riding posture, good list of features.

  • Downside

    Dated styling, lacks the finesse of its rivals, reliability in the long run an issue.

  • Our Verdict

    The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 BS6 is quick, handles nicely, and is well suited for daily use. It's also kinder on the environment and easier on the eyes though we still won’t call it pretty. With competition stepping up the game, the Pulsar RS200 needs an overhaul rather than an update.


Pulsar RS200 Detailed Review

The Pulsar is by far the most successful brand Bajaj has managed to create in the recent past. Not only has the brand spawned one successful product after the other, it is also probably the least notorious when it comes to model discontinuations; something the Discover brand is quite infamous for. So, what is it that worked for the Pulsar? Apart from the first mover advantage, it also packed in just the right noise, styling and performance flare that budding motorcycling enthusiasts were looking for. It was the ideal combination. Now, however, the wants have changed. That typical Pulsar buyer today is more mature, more discerning and completely spoilt for choice. What he wants today is a new age Pulsar... And this is what Bajaj has come up with - the Pulsar RS200, and it claims to be the fastest Pulsar yet!

Bajaj Pulsar RS200

Design & Features: rating_3.5_rating

Now before we get to the claims of the RS being the fastest Pulsar and the like, let's first look at what's visually new about the motorcycle. The RS is based on the 200NS. So, it uses the same perimeter frame, the same suspension front and rear, and the same wheels and tyre specifications. Now the tyres might be of the same specifications, but these are in fact one of the best that MRF has produced, which we will get to in a bit. These apart, some of the styling has also been carried over too. The fuel tank (though with a slightly different looking cover on the RS200) is the same as the Pulsar 200NS, and so is the switchgear and the instrumentation.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 rear

What's new though is the multi piece faring; it is designed to ease serviceability and lower parts replacement costs in case of a crash. The mean looking projector head lamps as well as those oddly placed and shaped rear LED tail lamps are exclusive to the RS200 as well. The side and tail panels are new (the latter also houses neatly designed grab handles), and the RS finally gets an exhaust that one can see. Overall, the RS200 is a busy design; there's just too much happening here to actually call it pretty. But, it will draw glances, that's for sure, even though not all may be appreciative...



Bajaj Pulsar RS200 engine

Engine & Performance: rating_4_rating

The engine on the Bajaj RS200 is the same as the 200NS; same bore and stroke and the same bottom end. But this one gets fuel injection. As a result the engine is smoother; the throttle response is crisper; and the power delivery, more linear and predictable. It also makes one PS more... which as you can tell, is near insignificant. Now, the RS thanks to the fairing, the fuel injection, the new exhaust, the ABS unit and those large tail lamp mounts, is 20kg heavier. And that's quite a bit of weight gain. To compensate, however, Bajaj says it is running a shorter final drive. And thanks to the additional PS and better aerodynamics, the RS actually registers a true speed of nearly 141kmph compared to about 136kmph registered by the 200NS.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 action shot

As for die hard Pulsar fans, yes, the engine isn't completely quiet but it isn't as brash as before; it actually sounds way more refined and grown up. It also seems up for a good thrashing without threatening to fall apart. It's quite likeable, this engine.



Bajaj Pulsar RS200 cornering image

Ride, Handling & Braking: rating_4_rating

We have only ridden the new Bajaj Pulsar RS200 on a closed circuit, so we can't really comment on the ride quality. But given that it uses the same mechanicals as the Pulsar 200NS with more or less similar tuning, we can take an educated guess here that the RS200 too should prove to be a comfortable commute over broken and undulating roads. Now, about the fun bit, handling. Facts dictate that because the Pulsar RS200 is 20kg heavier than the naked 200NS, it ought to be lazier, more cumbersome and more physically tiring to ride than the latter. But it isn't! And though a good handler the NS might be, I never really warmed up to its seating or its front heavy weight bias. The weight basis hasn't changed on the RS either, but its seating ergonomics is much improved. The handlebar has moved forward and is taller (to aid turning without fouling with the fairing) and the footpegs have moved a bit to the rear as well. The final result is a seating position that feels great for both straight up touring and crouched down track racing.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 cornering

But the real surprise here is the RS200's handling. It's so poised and alert that the RS never really throws a tantrum no matter how hard you chuck it into a corner or ask it to make quick direction changes. There's good feel from the chassis and the front end, and those MRF tyres are super grippy too! Even with the footpegs of the RS firmly grounded in tarmac around a bend and the tyres literally riding on their sidewalls, the MRFs still felt fantastic.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 cornering pic

What's also impressive about the RS 200 is that it is the only motorcycle in its class to offer ABS. Now this one is a single channel ABS so it only works on the front wheel. Which means in a panic situation unless you grab that front brake lever with all your might, you will have to contend with a ferociously sliding rear end. But when you use both brakes, as we did, yes, the rear still slides, but it's a lot more controllable. The bite and feel from the brakes, particularly from the 300mm front rotor is strong and easy to modulate too.



Bajaj Pulsar RS200 profile

Fuel Efficiency & Pricing: rating_3.5_rating

With a price tag of Rs 1.3 lakh for the ABS version, the RS200 takes on the likes of the Yamaha YZF R15 and the Honda CBR 150R on one end and the likes of the KTM RC 200 on the other. This pricing also makes the RS200 the most expensive Pulsar yet. As far as fuel efficiency goes, expect the motorcycle to return a little less than the Pulsar 200NS given the added weight.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 rear action

Verdict: rating_4_rating

Bajaj has clearly outdone itself with the Pulsar RS200. I don't like the styling, and I am not too happy about the additional weight it carts around, but on the road - and in our case, a test track - it feels well engineered, well executed and fun to ride. It's also easy to get used to even though it is anything but slow. And lest we forget, at Rs 1.3 lakh, it's the only motorcycle in its class to come with ABS, single channel not withstanding. And to me given the qualities the RS200 packs in, it's quite a deal; something I never thought I'd say when I first heard its price.

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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Pulsar RS200

Q. After how many kilometres RS 200 air filter is to be changed?
  • There are no kilometers set by the brand so we would suggest you to get in touch with the authorized service center as they will assist you better with this concern. You can check service centers here.
Q. Is Bajaj upgrading the specs of RS200 in 2022?
  • As of now, there's no information regarding the up-gradation of Specifications of Bajaj Pulsar RS200 in 2022. Moreover, Despite the BS6 update, the RS200 manages to match the power output of its BS4 sibling. While the BS4 model made 24.5PS, the BS6 Pulsar RS200 produces 24.47PS. Torque output, on the other hand, is likely to be around 18.3-18.6Nm. There’s no change in the bike’s hardware either. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 continues to ride on telescopic forks and a mono-shock. The bike is anchored by a 300mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear. Dual-channel ABS comes as standard.
Q. I WANT TO SHIFT FROM SCOOTY TO PULSUR RS 200 IS IT A GOOD DECISION?
  • Yes, it may be a good option as the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 BS6 is quick, handles nicely, and is well suited for daily use. It's also kinder on the environment and easier on the eyes though we still won’t call it pretty. With competition stepping up the game, the Pulsar RS200 needs an overhaul rather than an update. It offers a comfortable riding posture, a good list of features and a good engine. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. 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.
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Q. Which one is better between R15 V3 and RS200?
  • Both the R15 and RS200 have their individual advantages. The RS200 has more power and pickup owing to it's larger engine. It also has a more upright seating position compared to the R15 which may be preferable to many riders. The R15 has much better engine refinement, gear shifts and mileage. Although I would never recommend anyone trying to go for reckless speeds in India at least, the R15 has higher top speeds than the RS200. You can choose either bike based on your need. I personally have an R15.
  • Rs 200 has a better riding posture for a relax and comfortable ride compared to r15 v3 but ride quality is far better in R15 v3 with low vibrations and the top speed is also higher in V3 ( I have clocked around 157kmph on my bike) Hardware is also better in v3 so if you can adjust with the sportier ergonomics of the r15 v3 then you should definitely go for it. It just goes like a hot knife on butter in the corners !
  • I agree RS200 is faster than the R15 but R15 gives you more ride control and confidence . either at low speed or high speed R15 is more under control and user-friendly than the RS200. On highways at speeds over 100kmph you will find the R15 gliding and cornering like a walk in the park , where as in the RS200 you'll experience little less confidence comparetively.so if you want a safe , stylish and sporty bike I would suggest R15 v3 .
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Q. Which is better in top speed NS 200 or RS 200?
  • I've clocked max of 132kph & done distances @ upto 120kph on ns200 without any issues,,,rs200 being more aerodynamic design should be slightly better...
  • I got 150 kmph on rs200 2015 Abs model.
  • Same engine for both.. but the heavy kit of rs is a disadvantage when it comes to performance
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Q. Which is best Pulsar RS200 or Dominor 400?
  • Between the two, we would suggest you to go with the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 if you are looking for a bike with great handling traits, is quick and well-suited for daily use. On the other hand, if budget is not the constraint then the Dominar 400 would be a brilliant option with its value for money proposition, good looks, healthy performance, competent underpinnings and a host of features. Moreover, we would suggest you to take a test ride for a better understanding of comfort and compatibility. You may click on the link and select your desired city for dealership details.Read More: - 2019 Bajaj Dominar 400: First Ride Review - Bajaj Dominar 400 vs Bajaj Pulsar RS200
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Pulsar RS200 User Reviews

4.3 /5
2754 reviews
  • Performance
    4.6/5
  • Comfort
    4.3/5
  • Features & Styling
    4.6/5
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  • Maintenance Cost
    3.8/5
  • Mileage
    4.0/5

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  • 3.8

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    I drove this car.Massage performance period feature from this vehicle is very good which causes me to purchase.

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  • 1.4

    Worst service i extremely suggest don't buy any bajaj bike.I wasted my 210000 in bajaj.23 times i went bajaj service center but still i did not get any solution.

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  • 4.6

    Its been 3 months owning this bike, and i have to admit that this bike is my love.pros:1.Riding posture2.Better throttle response3.Absolutely beginner friendly4.ABS brakes have a better impact5:Impressive mileage around 38 to 42 6:Exhaust note pure eargasm7:Better top end performance 8:Bs6 variant have very minimal vibrations compared to the latter 9:Suitable for long rides10:projector headlamps are the best in its classCons:1.Tyres atleast they should have given a 130 section radial tyres at the back and 110 section at front.Tyres are the main disadvantage they have provided a 130 section MRF nylogrip which isnt a radial tyre it doesnt inspires confidence but it is ok though.Its better to opt for a 130 or 140 sec radial tyre at back and for front 110 radial.

  • 4.6

    It is good for starters in the Indian roads although one must be careful and should've ridden a 150cc bike for a while. Switching from a scooter to RS200 isn't recommended. The looks are arguable only for some people as some find it overstyled. I personally think taking the black model tones downs the overstyling. The lights are real good. Comfort for long rides is just okayish. The power is real good it hauls ass like no other. The engine is happy to rev and doesn't take long to hit the red line at 11,500 rpm. I have the non ABS version although I recommend the abs version. I have also had a crash with the bike and I'm glad I chose Bajaj as the entire right side of my bike was damaged and it cost me around 12k for the replacement which is considerably cheap. The service network is also widespread and the service depends on the person you are dealing with and how you deal with them. Rear million seat is only realistically possible for short distances. Overall I would recommend this bike as a good all rounder.

  • 5.0

    Everything In this bike is speechless.. it's too awesome in each and every aspect starting from looks performance topspeed refinement and everything.. Mileage is also decent about 35kmph.. This can easily be considered against r15 for much better comfortability looks and performance. One suggestion..use motul oil and maintain your bike properly..you will have O VIBRATIONS As i am having in it..we should give better food to the best in class engine..so avoid Bajaj's engine oil.. ELSE THE BIKE IS SUPER SMOOTH AND AWESOME !

  • 5.0

    this bike is an awesome choice.you get a lot of things that includes good power, suspension, braking and damn good looks.Earlier i thought that its service cost will be high but that is very reasonable.i am using my bike since 2 years and to now it has not got any issues with it.Everything about this bike seems so good.Perfect for the streets and comfortable on long rides.I would like to say one thing at last.GIVE LOVE AND CARE TO THIS ENGINE AND IT WILL NEVER BETRAY YOU.

  • 3.8

    Cool Bike. But Slipper clutch and dual channel ABS are missing, which is obviously a disappointment. Cool Bike. But Slipper clutch and dual channel ABS are missing, which is obviously a disappointment. Cool Bike. But Slipper clutch and dual channel ABS are missing, which is obviously a disappointment. Cool Bike. But Slipper clutch and dual channel ABS are missing, which is obviously a disappointment.

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Pulsar RS200 Colours

  • Pearl White
  • Burnt Red

Pulsar RS200 FAQs

What is the price of Bajaj Pulsar RS200?

The ex-showroom price of Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is 1.57 Lakh. Check On Road Price of Pulsar RS200. .

Does the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 have ABS?

Yes, ABS feature is available in Bajaj Pulsar RS200. View full specification of Pulsar RS200.

Which is better Bajaj Pulsar RS200 or Yamaha R15 V3?

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Price starts at Rs. 1.57 Lakh which is Rs. 5,084 costlier than base model of Yamaha R15 V3 priced at Rs. 1.52 Lakh. Compare Bajaj Pulsar RS200 vs Yamaha R15 V3 on the basis of price, specs, features, reviews.

What is the EMI of Bajaj Pulsar RS200 in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Bajaj Pulsar RS200 in Delhi is Rs. 4,437 per month @ 11.99% for a tenure of 36 months.

What are the colours available in Bajaj Pulsar RS200?

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is available in 2 colour : Pearl White and Burnt Red. View colour images of Pulsar RS200.