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    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is equipped with a 199.5 cc Fuel Injection System, Triple Spark 4 Valve 200cc BSVI DTS-i FI Engine, Liquid Cooled engine that generates a max power of 24.5 PS @ 9750 rpm and a max torque of 18.7 Nm @ 8000 rpm.

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Bajaj Pulsar RS200 User Reviews

  • Modal bike

    It's amazing bike new modal bike is really good looking very good

  • 5.0
    This is best bike for ride

    This is best bike for ride.Miledge is to good than others.And this bike features is too good.

  • Racing machine

    Rs 200 is an amazing bike it's a racing machine comfortable to drive long and short ride particularly the bike looks like a monster

  • Super bike performance areSuper

    Super bike performance are super bike performance are quite good i love this bike and i bilive bajaj india

  • I am owning an Pulsar Rs200

    I am owning a Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 for the last six years. The one word I'll say about this raw machine is ' best ' the one quote will be ' strength but adorable and affordable. Pros: 1. Performance - top speed 150+ which is exciting and feels stable. 2. Economy - if you drive this beast at 70-80km/hr, It will definitely give not less than 32kmpl, Its best is 36-37kmpl.In both city and highway conditions. 3. Headlight - many will not speak about the best part of this bike. Yes, its headlamps dual projector units of low and high beam. ( it is also shared by its twin rc200) 4. Maintenance - not as much as a regular 200cc bike and not as less as a 100cc bike. 5. Road presence - it's been 6 years, But still it has something that will attract people's eyes to your bike. 6. Modifications - if you are a stunt rider and you have to go through power, Torque and external modifications. Cons: 1. Weight- weighing around 165kg it feels heavy a bit which is only 5 kgs less than a classic 350. ( but it'll never give you a performance lag) 2. Handling - handling at corners feels a little sturdy. But yes, It's minimal. With the use of a month, you can go through it easily. 3. Vibrations - once you have met with an accident Or small external damage. You cannot bring back the originality for sure in this bike. The vibration factor happens here. 4. Chain sprocket - the chain sprocket change after your first one, It will be easy to wear and tear, If you are calculating it for 3000-4000kms you would definitely go through change before 500kms.

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