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Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Fear The Black edition launch price INR 1.20 lakh

Bajaj Pulsar Fear the black edition (1)

Color palette for a Pulsar is incomplete without a black option.

The Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Fear The Black edition is now available alongside red and yellow color options. The marketing term “Fear The Black” was first used by the then flagship Pulsar 180 several years ago.

The new color option is called Demon Black and is complemented with grey-red dual-tone body decals. Black has always been one of the most popular color choices for the Pulsar family and hence a model lineup is incomplete without it.

The new color option enhances the fully faired motorcycle’s sporty character. There are no mechanical changes whatsoever.

Demon Black Pulsar RS 200

The Demon Black color option for the Pulsar RS 200 gets red and grey decals.

To recap, the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 is powered by a 199.5 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine which dishes out 24.5 PS and 18.6 Nm of torque. A 6-speed gearbox transmits power. The RS 200 is the fastest and most powerful Bajaj motorcycle ever.

The Pulsar RS 200 has been enjoying a strong customer response in India as well as in international markets since its launch. In order to plug the demand supply gap, Bajaj has increased the production of the Pulsar RS 200 by temporarily suspending production of its naked Pulsar 200 NS.


Rs.1,20,000/- (non ABS)
Rs 1,32,001/- (ABS)
ex showroom Delhi

Rs. 1,20,485/- (non ABS)
Rs 1,32,261/- (ABS)
ex showroom Maharashtra (without LBT)

Management Speak

Mr. Eric Vas, President Motorcycle Business said, “The Pulsar RS 200 has received an overwhelming response across the country and has achieved leadership in its segment in a short span of 4 months. The new Demon black edition is a beautiful bike which is combined with its racing genes and will certainly appeal to biking enthusiasts.”

Meanwhile, a dealership in Mumbai is offering custom color themes for the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 with a wide range of choices.

Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 – Picture Gallery


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  • paresh Gowda

    Then NS is going come back after some time?????

  • Ravi singh

    I have the 200 ns and I like but RS looks real bad in flesh, the performance and handling might be there. But it doesn’t looks pretty at all.