Bajaj Released the Pulsar RS 200 Abs BS6. Priced at Rs 1,44,966 (ex-showroom, Delhi), it now costs Rs 3,033 in contrast with its predecessor BS4. The price hike isn’t as much as the Pulsar RS 200 BS6 remains unchanged mechanically and cosmetically aside from a cleaner and more efficient engine.
There is no major improvement in the RS 200 Powertrain department except for adding a catalytic converter. The 200cc liquid-cooled and fuel-injected engine, compatible with BS6, now produces 24.5PS at 9750rpm and 18.7Nm at 8000rpm.
Although power output remains constant, torque has gone up moderately by 0.1Nm. Kerb weight also rose by 2 kg in the RS 200
however, The Pulsar RS200 Abs remains similar in cosmetic terms. It comes in three variations in the same colors: Racing Red, Racing Blue, and Graphite Black. RS 200 looks very Attractive in these colors.
Lights are similar twin projector headlamps with LED DRLs, LED tail lamps, LED turning indicators, and a semi-digital instrument screen.
Suspension functions are performed by an upfront telescopic fork and a rear mono-shock. Braking comes in the shape of a 300 mm front disk and a 230 mm rear disk. With regular Single Channel ABS.
The top speed reached by the RS 200 is about 140.8kmph. Telescopic forks and nitrox mono-shock absorbers perform their respective duties. Power is prohibited by dual disk brakes and the front-locking mechanism provides extra dint to the stopping force.
Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Abs Price in India
The Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Abs price in India is Rs 1,44,966 (formerly Delhi showroom), It’s the next Pulsar in line to receive its BS6 updates. RS 200 is only Rs 3,033 extra compared to the Standard RS 200 model, making sure you don’t spend too much for the RS200 BS6.
The only real distinction in the RS 200, aside from the thinner cat-con, is the 2 kilos on board, and the ABS version with a double channel is currently not offered.
Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Abs Price in India are as follows:
|New Delhi, Delhi||₹ 1.54 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Mumbai, Maharashtra||₹ 1.57 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Bangalore, Karnataka||₹ 1.65 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Hyderabad, Telangana||₹ 1.60 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Chennai, Tamil Nadu||₹ 1.60 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Kolkata, West Bengal||₹ 1.56 Lakh On-Road Price|
|Ahmedabad, Gujarat||₹ 1.55 Lakh On-Road Price|
RS 200 specification
Since the BS6 update is complete, the Pulsar RS 200 will suit its sibling’s power output. The BS6 Pulsar RS 200 abs manufacture 24.47 PS, while the BS4 made 24.5PS.
On the other hand, RS 200 torque production is possibly about 18.3-18.6 Nm. No modification of the equipment of the bike. The machine is mounted on a 300 mm front disk and a 230 mm back disk.
Engine & Transmission
|No. of cylinders||1|
|Max power||24.16 Bhp @ 9750 Rpm|
|Max torque||18.6 Nm @ 8000 Rpm|
|Valves per cylinder||4|
|Fuel Delivery||Fuel Injection|
|Cooling System||Liquid cooled|
|Starting Mechanism||Self Start|
|No. of gears||6|
|Clutch||Wet , Multi wet|
Dimension & Weight
|Kerb Weight||165 Kg|
|Ground Clearance||157 mm|
|Seat Height||810 mm|
Braking & Tyres
|Front Brake type||Disc|
|Rear Brake type||Disc|
|Front Disc||300 mm|
|Rear Disc||230 mm|
|Wheel Size||17 inches|
|Wheel Type||Alloy Wheels|
|Front Tyre||100/80-17″ 52 P Tubeless|
|Rear Tyre||130/70-17″ 62 P Tubeless|
Chassis & Suspension
|Chassis Type||Pressed steel Perimeter frame|
|Front Suspension||Telescopic with Anti Friction Bush|
|Rear Suspension||Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber With Canister|
Electricals & Lightnings
|Battery||12 V Full DC MF|
|Headlight||55w low beam projector, 65w high beam projector|
|Tail Light||Crystel LED|
|Battery Type||Maintenance free|
|Automatic Headlamp on (AHO)||Yes|
RS 200 Special Features
|Twin Projector lamps||Yes|
|Crystel LED tail lights||Yes|
|ABS ultra safe braking||Yes|
Pulsar RS 200 Abs Mileage
According to some of the Owners, Pulsar RS 200 Abs gives up to 35 kilometers per liters of average.
Pulsar RS 200 Abs mileage is great in comparison to other sports bikes in India in the segment of 150cc to 200cc’s.
|Mileage||30km – 35km|
|Fuel tank capacity||13 liters|
|Reserve tank capacity||2 liters|
|Total riding range||455 Km|
Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 History
Bajaj launched the Pulsar RS 200, AS150, and AS200 in April 2015, where ‘RS’ represented ‘Race Sport,’ while ‘AS’ represented ‘Adventure Sport.’ The RS 200 is Bajaj’s first attempt at a fully made motorcycle, whereas the AS series featured semi-fairing with common projector headlamps. The AS200 has the same 199.5cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine that, with the exception of fuel injection, also drives the RS 200.
This engine, built on a 6-speed transmission, churns out a maximum power output of 23.17 PS at 9,500rpm along with a peak torque of 18.3 Nm at 8,000rpm. Although the AS 200 is based on the 200 NS model, instead of the traditional Pulsar 150 Dtsi the AS150 is installed on a new perimeter frame. The motorcycle derives its power from an air-cooled 149.5cc, single-cylinder engine, which, coupled to a 5-speed gearbox, produces 16.8bhp at 9,000rpm and 13Nm at 7,500rpm. The Pulsar RS 200 produces a marginally higher power output at 24.5PS, which peaks at 9,750rpm and 18.6 Nm torque at 8000 rpm (compared to the AS200) thanks to its fuel injection
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