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Bajaj Pulsar 200 New Colours Arrive At Showroom – First Look Walkaround

New Bajaj Pulsar Colours
Image – MRD Vlogs

New Bajaj Pulsar NS200 is priced at Rs.1,31,219 while RS200 is more expensive at Rs.1.52,179

Bajaj Auto Limited gears up for the festive season with the launch of new colour options for their popular mid segment bikes – Pulsar NS and RS series. These motorcycles get refreshed with new colour schemes and body graphics and will be available at all company dealerships from 23rd October 2020.

The Pulsar RS 200 with dual-channel ABS is priced at Rs.1,52,179 while the NS 200 will be priced slightly lower at Rs.1,31,219 and the Pulsar NS 160 will carry a price tag of Rs.1,08,589. All prices are ex-sh. Below is the first look walkaround video of the new colours on offer with Pulsar RS200, credit to The Bucket List.

Refreshed colour schemes

Pulsar NS range of 200 and 160 get four new paint options of Burnt Red (Matte Finish), Metallic Pearl White, Pewter Grey, and Plasma Satin Blue. Pulsar RS receives colour options of Burnt Red (Matte Finish), Metallic White, and Pewter Grey.

The colours are inspired by ‘Colour Blocking’ design language and enhance the sportiness of the bikes along with white alloy wheels, front and rear fenders finished in carbon fiber and seats with a hot stamping pattern Take a look at the new colours of NS200 in the video below by MRD Vlogs.

Apart from these updates, the motorcycles see no change in mechanics. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 naked street fighter and the fully faired RS200 get their power via the same 199.5cc, liquid cooled, single cylinder engine offering 24.5 hp power and 18.5 Nm torque mated to a 6 speed sequential gearbox.

Both bikes receive disc brakes at the front and rear measuring 300mm and 230mm respectively. Suspension on the NS200 is handled by telescopic fork in the front and mono shock with adjustment for pre-load damping at the rear. The bike sits on 17 inch alloy wheels at both ends fitted with tubeless tyres from MRF.

Bajaj Pulsar NS160 on the other hand is powered by a 160.3cc, single cylinder, oil cooled engine offering 17.2 hp power and 14.6 Nm torque mated to a 5 speed sequential gearbox. It gets single channel ABS and braking via 260mm disc in the front and 230mm disc at the rear.

Bajaj Festive Offers

The Bajaj Auto Platina and Pulsar 125 are among the best sellers in the company lineup; month after month. Keen to enhance sales this festive season, the company is extending special cash discounts on the Platina 100,110 H Gear and the Pulsar 125. These offers are valid till 31st October 2020.

Buyers of the Bajaj Platina ES Drum variant, which is priced at Rs.58,605, get a discount of Rs.1,600. This extends to Rs.2,800 on the Platina 100 ES Disc while the Platina 100 H gear variant discount stands at Rs.2,500. Discounts on the Pulsar 125 ranges between Rs.2,000-3,000 while on the 125 drum variant, the discount stands at Rs.2,500. Cash discounts on the Pulsar 125 disc and 125 split seat disc stand at Rs.2,000.

Sales of Bajaj Auto Limited increased 24 percent in the past month to 2,19,500 units as against 1,77,348 units sold in the same month of the previous year. A large percentage of these sales were from the Pulsar and Platina range. Along with an increase in domestic sales, exports also increased 16 percent to 1,85,351 units making this the company’s highest exports ever.

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