• Q. How is the overall performance of pulsar ns 200?

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    Sushant | 3 years ago

    It a value for every penny spend in my eyes. Touched 149 on an open highway. In City I have got 35 kmpl of mileage. I get less on highways because i am always in triple digits and the sixth gear comes in only when the speedometer crosses triple digits. In City I use 6th gear only if 60 knows is crossed. Have never ride triple seat On time service by a good mechanic with using the original spare parts from the showroom. And the biggest thing I never give my bike to anyone. I have hit 48000 km yesterday and still getting the same mileage that I got when the bike was new. I follow right gear for a particular speed and unleash the best only when required. That requirement comes only on the highways. The long ride performance - I don't find any difference in the performance of new bike after two services and after hitting 48000. Take care of the bike and the bike give you payback in the same manner

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    Javed | 11 months ago

    Overall performance is above good & below excellent. Its all depends how you gonna take care and maintain your bike. Periodically maintenance, service, correct air pressure in tyres, chain lubrication will give excellent result. Avoid unnecessary modifications

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    Ashish | 1 year ago

    The acceleration is little above average but really shines in the top speed. One can use it as a daily commute peaceful ride. and also use as an agressive street bike. serves both purposes. Above 7000rpm that bike is a monster.

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