Bajaj Auto is India’s one of the popular two wheeler brand in India and has a variety motorcycles in their line up. There famous Pulsar line up has been in the country for quite some time and Bajaj had kept putting in efforts to keep those models fresh. Bajaj like many other manufacturer in the country has already started working on BS6 models and some of them have even reached the dealerships. Bajaj has now launched BS6 version of the most expensive Pulsar in the range the Pulsar RS200. The motorcycle is now priced at Rs 1.44 lakh ex-showroom. Even though Bajaj has launched the motorcycle, deliveries for the same will only begin once the nationwide lockdown due to Corona virus is lifted.
Visually the Bajaj RS200 BS6 version looks similar to the outgoing BS4 version. It continues to get the fairing at the front with twin projector headlamps, LED pilot lamps, LED turn indicators and a windscreen for better protection. The RS200 continues to look sporty in terms of styling. It has graphics on the fairing and other parts of the body, body coloured rims at the front, split seats, side mounted exhaust, crystal LED tail lights and so on.
Mechanically also, the Pulsar RS200 remains the same it gets telescopic front suspension and monoshock at the rear. The motorcycle is equipped with disc brakes both at the front and the rear and also gets a single-channel ABS for added safety. Bajaj Pulsar is a powerful motorcycle in its segment too. The engine of the BS6 Pulsar RS200 is a 199.5 cc , single cylinder, 4 valve, triple spark, lquid cooled, fuel injected BS6 compliant engine that generates a maximum of 24.5 PS power and 18.7 Nm of torque. The BS6 version of the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 BS6 is same as that of the BS4 version.
As expected the prices for the BS6 version Pulsar RS200 has gone up. The BS4 version of the motorcycle used to cost Rs 1.41 lakh ex-showroom whereas the BS6 one costs Rs 1.44, ex-showroom. The updated version is pricier by Rs 3,000. Bajaj recently launched a smaller 250-cc version of their flagship motorcycle Dominar in the market. It looks similar to the 400 version except for minor changes and a smaller engine. The Dominar 250 was launched with a price tag of Rs 1.60 lakh, ex-showroom. The smaller engined variant is meant to make the Dominar more accessible to younger buyers, who want the looks and heft minus the high price tag and powerful engine.
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