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  • Q. Between Yamaha FZ250, Apache RTR 200 or Pulsar NS200 or Pulsar RS200, which bike will be better. I want reliability and low maintenance with good power?

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    Tuhin
    Tuhin | 10 months ago

    RS200 is the fastest and the best bike in the 200cc segment in India and even better than KTM RC200 and Duke 200.

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    Manu
    Manu | 2 years ago

    Apache rtr 200 4v

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    Girish
    Girish | 2 years ago

    Apache rtr 2004v

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