Bajaj Pulsar RS200 received a cosmetic update that gave it cleaner graphics and new colour options
Bajaj Pulsar RS200: Bajaj Auto now introduced a new ‘Racing Red’ colour alternative for its own full-faired bike – the Bajaj Pulsar RS200. Designed with a mix of white, red, and black paint approaches, this is actually the third multi-tone color for its Pulsar RS200, following the ‘Racing Blue’ and ‘Graphite Black’ shade alternatives, that were introduced last season in February 2017. Cost of this bike remains unchanged at $ 1.23 lakh for its non-ABS version and $ 1.35 lakh for its ABS version (Both ex-showroom Delhi).
The new color combination appears quite stunning with all the two-tone blend of the red and white to the front fairing and the back fender. The center portion is coated in matte black panels, fitting the black perimeter framework. Like the racing blue color, the brand new racing reddish colour also includes two distinct color alloy wheels – crimson front and black in the back. The back wheel sidewall also will come with white reflector decals, adding to the overall styling.
Announcing the brand new color choice, Sumeet Narang, Vice President, Marketing, Motorcycle Business, Bajaj Auto stated “The Pulsar RS200 provides unparalleled design, fit and finish of this fantasy superb sports bike and can be a best seller among Indian youth. The ever-growing 4500+ powerful Pulsar Maniacs community and India’s greatest biking holiday – The Pulsar Festival of Rate both of which can be centred on Pulsar RS200 are a testament to its success and popularity. ”
Mechanically, the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 stays unchanged and is still powered with the exact same 200 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled motor which is included with Bajaj’s trademark 4-valve triple spark DTS-i technology. The bike has a high speed of 141 kmph.
The gear list stays unchanged offering – double projector headlamps, divide chairs, and LED taillamps. Suspension duties are cared for telescopic suspension using anti-friction bush front and Nitrox mono shock absorber in the back. Up front, the Pulsar RS200 includes 300 millimeter disk up front with optional single channel ABS, while the back wheel has 230 millimeter disc brake.