Bajaj Pulsar NS200 new model
Pulsar NS200 is one of the chart-topping and stylish naked motorcycle, that actually threw new light on the Indian bike scenario. As the DTS-i pulsars were on better sales, the arrival of Pulsar NS200 2017 was appreciated and widely accepted as a street fighter. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Fi is truly a thriller, however, ended in fewer sales after its launch.
The left out NS200 requires attention and is now planned to re-launch equipped with the Fi (Fuel injection) unit and an optional ABS. The Pulsar NS200 price on a range of 95k-1.05 lakhs is competitive which can get a new sales range of NS200 since the other 200 cc segment bikes cost higher.
Outlook and design
The naked version of the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 new model is perfectly a crafted performer, that can be apparently isolated from the rest of the pulsar population itself. The large, well sculpted fuel tank is the identity of the NS200 at the stance and looks fatty overall. The headlamp of the NS200 with the fog lamps and tiny indicators appears like a transformer.
The built quality of the Pulsar NS200 is amazing and the missing part on NS200 is the trendy comfortable USD forks in the front. The underbelly exhaust is a matter of modern styling, yet lacks the quality finish.
The split seat is fixed well and comfy for rides, and the large fuel chamber with the saddle position is appreciable on Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Fi.
The rear fender design is a tasteless feature that down regulates the attractive rear part of the NS200. The rear tyre hugger requires amendment to uphold the reputation of the overall Pulsar design.
Addition of extra inches to the rim size or wider tyre on the rear side can gain even more attention towards the NS200. The new dual body shade and small engine spoiler are distinctly ahead.
Pulsar NS200 Fi Dimension
Pulsar NS200 2017 is built with an appropriate dimension measuring an overall 2017 mm in Length, 804 mm in Width, and 1075 mm in Height with a wheelbase of 1363 mm. The ground Clearance of 169 mm and Seat Height 805 mm of Pulsar NS200 gives good off road ride every time.
The bike handles the corners well and the wheelbase keeps the NS200 agile though weighs 145 kg.
Engine and Transmission
The powerful 199.5 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine of the Pulsar NS200 produces about 23.17 Bhp @ 9500 rpm of maximum power and 18.3 Nm @ 8000 rpm of peak torque.
The electronic fuel-injection supported Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valves engine chamber excels in the value of power delivery.
The engine is mated with a six speed gearbox transmission and the shifts are crisp and has the right amount of gear proportions.
Pulsar NS200 Top speed and mileage
The naked sport 200 Pulsar can reach to a maximum speed of 135 kmph with a slight level of vibrations and takes 3.61 Secs to reach from 0-60 Kmph. The clock recorded 9.83 Secs to reach from 0-100 Kmph.
The overall combined mileage of NS 200 on city and highway drive returned 33-35 Kmpl. The fuel tank capacity of 12 litres manages the pulsar NS 200 to be wandering free on long travels.
The Pulsar NS200 new model features an analogue tachometer and a digital speedometer, fuel gauge and trip meter. The combination of digital and analogue cluster comprises of three sections, where the digital speedometer is fixed right and the tachometer remains in the central position.
The other information is sorted out on the left side with the LED background.
The Pulsar NS200 2017 stands for the comfortable smooth rides received out of the cushioning suspension effect from the front conventional 37 mm telescopic fork, supported with the anti-friction ring and the rear Nitrox mono-shock absorber with the gas reservoir.
The saddle position on the NS200 with the clipped-on handle bar provides smooth hold on the rough roads.
The braking department of the street fighter pulsar is strengthened through the 280 mm single disc with two pot floating caliper in the front and the rear 230 mm single disc with a single pot caliper.
The application of stopping forces comes into action immediately without creating a problem of jerks or skidding.
The NS 200 wears a 100/80- 17 M/C 52S tyres on its front and the rear wheel wears a 130/70-17M/C 62S sized tyres. The tyres dimensions are good on their duties, however, some amendments might add more value for NS200 in terms of neat finish design. The 10 spoke star shape alloy rims are impressive on 200 naked pulsar and are rigid.
Pearl Metallic White, Cocktail wine Red, Sapphire Blue and Ebony Black are currently made available on the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Fi.