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Bajaj Pulsar

Bajaj Offers 7 Pulsar models in India. Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS is the lowest priced model at Rs. 60,434 (Ex-Showroom) and Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is the highest priced model at Rs. 1.22 lakh (Ex-Showroom). The Pulsar was one of the first affordable performance bikes in the country. The Pulsar brand received various updates and additions to the portfolio to make it even more accessible to enthusiasts. Mileage figure is around 60 kmpl for the 135 LS.

Bajaj Pulsar Expert Reviews

  • Bajaj Pulsar RS200 : Detailed Review
    Bajaj Pulsar RS200 : Detailed Review

    Fastest Pulsar or not, the new Pulsar RS200 is a well sorted, well thought-out motorcycle. It is also fast, no doubt. But, its true highlight is it's easy to ride nature. For prices, specification and pictures of the new Bajaj Pulsar RS200 log on to ZigWheels.com

    Apr 8, 2015
  • Bajaj Pulsar 220F : Detailed Review
    Bajaj Pulsar 220F : Detailed Review

    The Kawasaki Ninja 250R does 0-60 in less than 3.5 seconds. The new Pulsar 220 from Bajaj Auto is close on the Ninja's heels. Varad More tries to figure out, how close...

    Mar 8, 2010
  • Bajaj Pulsar 125 Road Test Review
    Bajaj Pulsar 125 Road Test Review

    Is a 125cc bike worthy of the Pulsar badge?

    Sep 6, 2019

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Bajaj Pulsar User Reviews

  • Pulsar 150
    4.1
    2375 ratings
    Pulsar 150

    If we ask bajai customer care for a simple clarification, they would redirect us to showroom only. What is the use of this customer care ID. Useless. After getting to showroom, i came to know that Bajaj Neon is heavily priced. Not a budgeted vehicle. Cost is 25000 more than show room price (up to 15000 more is acceptable). They are misleading customers. Response for customer care email is also not clear. They wont give you details. They suggest you to go to showroom. But showroom will give you huge price for neon. Adding 6000 to that amount we could get a Apache rtr 4v abs single disc vehicle. Neon is old model with old spare parts. Their pricing is much high for a old stock vehicle parts.

    SacHiN
    SacHiN 2 months ago
    Pulsar 150 User Reviews
  • Pulsar 220 F
    4.2
    832 ratings
    Pulsar 220 F

    बजाज पल्सर 220f लेने के बाद जब 10000 km चल जाती हैं तो उसका पिकप धिरे धिरे डाउन यानी कम होने लगता है और इंजन ओर साइलेंसर से झन झन की आवाज आने लगती है 40,50 के स्पीड में 26,28 के माइलेज देती है 80,100 के स्पीड से 22 के माइलेज देती है और 100 के ऊपर जाने पर 15,16 का माइलेज देती हैं ओर कमियों के बारे मे इसका फेयरिंग 80 के ऊपर जाने पर इसका मुँह वाला फेयरिंग पूरा आवाज देता है 6 गेयर की कमी है इसमे बाकी सब ठीक है बजाज वाले हमारी ये लेटर देख के बिचार करे की ग्राहकों की तरफ से क्या बाइक में कमी आ रही है उसको ध्यान देके सुधारने का प्रयास करें धन्यवादः

    Akhilesh
    Akhilesh 9 months ago
    Pulsar 220 F User Reviews
  • Pulsar NS200
    4.3
    815 ratings
    Pulsar NS200

    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.

    Pratt
    Pratt 11 months ago
    Pulsar NS200 User Reviews
  • Pulsar RS200
    4.3
    498 ratings
    Pulsar RS200

    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.

    Jay
    Jay 11 months ago
    Pulsar RS200 User Reviews
  • Pulsar 125 Neon
    4.1
    75 ratings
    Pulsar 125

    I am using pulsar since 1 month And its a very good bike better than shine and glamour

    Shariq
    Shariq 4 weeks ago
    Pulsar 125 User Reviews
  • Pulsar NS160
    4.1
    267 ratings
    Pulsar NS160

    This is the most underrated bike, in India looks like a beast and runs like a beast, very low maintenance cost gives around 42.5kmpl in city commute. Best for commuting and touring literally in love with the bike, comfort for pillion is poor but rider comfort is the best, road stability and pickup and mileage and build quality and maintenance is the best looks great......

    Aseem
    Aseem 3 months ago
    Pulsar NS160 User Reviews
  • Pulsar 180F
    4.3
    97 ratings
    Pulsar 180F

    the best pulsar for every indian. its 220f look like fairing and the previous 180 mileage and performance and comfort for both long and city rides made me to add this to my garage

    Selva
    Selva 1 month ago
    Pulsar 180F User Reviews

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