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  • Q. What is the mileage after first service - Pulsar NS200?

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    Sudheer
    Sudheer | 11 months ago

    I agree at average it's 30. Who wants to drive like nany when you ride NS200!!!

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    Mehul
    Mehul | 2 years ago

    Depends on your style,,,my aggressive style with 3 digit speeds on highway still fetches me 30+km/l,,,,slow riding (average specific) can fetch 40+k/l

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    Nandaditya
    Nandaditya | 2 years ago

    Mileage ranges between 25 to 40 depending on where you driving and what engine speed you driving

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