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Your Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 Is Ready For Delivery

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  • Mar 19, 2020
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The updated Pulsar 220F is slightly less powerful than the BS4 version

  • The Pulsar 220F is around Rs 8,900 more expensive than before.
  • There are no cosmetic updates whatsoever.
  • The BS6 version could be a bit heavier than the BS4 version.

If you had booked a brand new Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6, then you might want to check your inbox or answer your dealer’s call because deliveries of the BS6 version have begun! In case you didn’t know, the updated Pulsar 220F now retails at Rs 1.16 lakh (ex-showroom), making it around Rs 8,900 more expensive than before. So what do you get for the extra moolah? Well, apart from an updated motor, nothing much. 

The 220cc fuel injected motor now produces 20.39PS, which is 0.54PS less than before. We expect the torque figure to slightly differ as well. For perspective, the BS4-compliant motor makes 18.55Nm of torque. While the older version tipped the scales at 155kg, the BS6 version is expected to be slightly heavier thanks to the addition of a new cat-con and an updated exhaust system.

Apart from this, the rest of the motorcycle remains the same as the older BS4 version. It still uses a telescopic fork at the front and twin-shock absorbers at the rear. Braking is done by a 260mm disc up front and a 230mm disc at the rear coupled with single-channel ABS. 

In other news, bookings for the NS160, Avenger Street 160, Avenger 220 have begun as well. And in the midst of all these updated motorcycles, Bajaj has also launched the much-awaited Dominar 250!

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  • Karthik
    Karthik | 3 months ago @ Uday | First thing is chain noise second thing is ground clearence and carborator problem These thing are usual problem in pulsar but they didnt find any solution for this yet compare to unicornUnicorn maintance ...Read More Boss.... Ground clearance is addressed thro suspension stoppers to prevent the main stand from hitting speed breakers and carborater issue solved with fuel injection.... 0 Reply
    Uday
    Uday | 3 months ago First thing is chain noise second thing is ground clearence and carborator problem These thing are usual problem in pulsar but they didnt find any solution for this yet compare to unicornUnicorn maintance ...Read More 0 Reply
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