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  • Q. Will the bs4 model give a milage of 45 after 10000 kms ,if maintained properly - Pulsar RS200?
    Pradhyuman
    Pradhyuman | 3 months ago

    It depends on riding condition like if you are riding in highways it can but on daily city drive i don't think that it will give a milage of 40

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    Imvaibhavv
    Imvaibhavv | 4 months ago

    Max 35-38 on highways and 33-35 on city depending on the traffic as well as regular gear shifting also reduce the overall mileage of the bike

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  • Q. I have decided to buy a full faired bike with comfortable seating position and good mileage for 1.5 lakh which bike to buy?
    Rihaan
    Rihaan | 4 months ago

    Go for RS200 it's a full faired comfort provider but but little bit you have to compromise with the mileage coz R15V3 is also available in market with full fairing but not as much comfortable as RS200... You have 1 more option RC200 bit it's not comfortable as RS200 is. And it's mileage is also not upto the markAs per your needs go for RS200 but it's very heavy that's the point you need to remember

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    Rahil
    Rahil | 4 months ago

    For mileage and comfort gixxer sfMileage and performance R15 v3Performance and comfort Rs200

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  • Q. I am fully confused If am comparing RS 200 with R15 v3. Which bike is better for long drive and good mileage and better performance?
    Indranil
    Indranil | 3 months ago

    In all the three aspects you have mentioned my friend, RS200 is better. For long drives the riding position isn't so aggressive, which makes it easier to ride long distances. Your girlfriend would be more comfortable plus u both would look better on an RS than an R15, she won't feel like sitting on the floor above you. Mileage would be more or less the same. My RS gives around 37-40 in traffic. RS is 200cc. Also it is heavy. I have experienced that is has been stabler on road and highways, although its weight isn't so helpful during sharp turns. For your purposes mentioned, RS will be a better option.

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    Raj
    Raj | 2 months ago

    Bro.... go for RS200...I am using RS for last 3.5 years and done 48000 kms still it's a beast ,fuel economy is around 42 km/ltr average....If you tour a lot then RS is better option...RS have better power and topend than R15 v3....Still confused...?Then go for test ride at least 30 minutes

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  • Q. I am very much confused between Pulsar RS200 and FZ 25, both have ABS version in 2019. FZ has best mid-range torque and mileage wise Fz is better than RS200 but on top end RS200 performs better.
    Hariprasaath
    Hariprasaath | 8 months ago

    It’s a great comparison but if you need a better mileage I’m sure that RS can give more than FZ25 id you maintain ur speedometer below 80. RS also have punchy and smooth mid range remember its from KTm 200cc engines. FZ is also a good option but considering the price point I don’t think it worth

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    Arrkaditya
    Arrkaditya | 4 months ago

    Look the engine which fz has a very torqy engine (20 bhp) where as RS has a engine which produces proper torque only after 7500 rpm due to which u will have to face difficulty in city rides (start stops ) and mountain rides

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  • Q. I am planning to buy RS200 ,i daily travel around 32 kms and i have zero experience of sports bike .....So will this bike give me a good average?
    Tushar
    Tushar | 1 year ago

    Though the mileage of the bike claimed by the company is 40-45 Kmpl, the real-world figure is around 30-35 KMPL. Which is okay for sport bikes.

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    Percy
    Percy | 2 months ago

    It gives you a decent amount mileage around 35-38kmpl roughly !! but 35kmpl is sure mileage !!

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  • Q. Will the mileage of Bajaj Pulsar RS200 drop after usage? If yes, then will it reach 17 kmpl?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 3 weeks ago

    The ARAI claimed mileage of Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is 35 Kmpl. Moreover the actual mileage figures may differ due to the factors like road conditions on which the bike is riden and the riding style. Also with the regular maintenance of the bike you can get a decent mileage figure. Though it would be really hard to give any verdict regarding the mileage without any physical inspection.

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    Phensedyl
    Phensedyl | 2 weeks ago

    Never my rs 200 is almost 4 yr old now it gives a mileage around 35 kmpl in city traffic.

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  • Q. Maine 20 दिन हुवे है RS200 लेकर bt इसका एवरेज बहुत कम है 20. के aas पास क्या Karn पड़ेगा .
    Kunaal
    Kunaal | 3 weeks ago

    Gear shift time par karo

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    D
    D | 1 month ago

    Iska koi upay nahi hai... Service krane k bad thora brhega but city me utna hi rahega

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  • Q. I want to buy a power bike in 200-250 cc segment. I'm confused between dominar 200, RS 200, Apache RTR 200 & I want good power & mileage. I have back pain. Which bike is suitable for me?
    Aman
    Aman | 12 months ago

    In looks rs200 best but in power bike: dominar 200 and rs 200 is also good but apache 200 is not good because it has only 5 gears.

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    Kunaal
    Kunaal | 3 weeks ago

    Rs 200

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  • Q. Bro what mileage it is giving - Pulsar RS200?
    Kunaal
    Kunaal | 3 weeks ago

    35-40

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    Mayank
    Mayank | 1 year ago

    It woul give anything between 32 to 37...

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  • Q. Which is best between Bajaj Pulsar twin disc, Honda Unicorn and Hero Passion Pro in terms of high mileage and good power, heavy torque to carry load with in 60,000 to 70,000 with broad saddle seat?
    Rishi
    Rishi | 5 months ago

    How much pay the down payment

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    Slow
    Slow | 6 months ago

    Hero passion pro

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