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Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 on-road prices in top cities of India

Pulsar RS200 is the flagship model of Bajaj’s Pulsar family. The Pulsar RS 200 is one of the most aggressive-looking motorcycles, the only full-faired motorcycle, and the fastest motorcycle in the manufacturer’s lineup. It has many features and technology, which makes it an exciting bike.

The Bajaj Pulsar RS200 takes the Pulsar lineup to new heights. It outshines its competitors and any previous Pulsar model from Bajaj. The RS200 has been a hit among young riders. Since its launch due to its sharp design language and sporty engine. Even though the motorcycle looks sporty, it is very comfortable to ride due to its high handlebar and upright position.

The powerful engine of the Bajaj Pulsar RS200, a strong 199.5 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder, produces 24.1 bhp at 9750 rpm and 18.7 Nm at 8000 rpm, mated to a six-speed gearbox. The Bajaj Bike weighs around 166 kg, has an impressive fuel tank capacity of 13 liters, and has a top speed of 140.8 kmph.

Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 On-road price in top cities
CityPulsar RS200 Standard
MumbaiRs 2,09,555
Delhi Rs 2,03,555
PuneRs 2,08, 315
BangloreRs 2,24,635
Navi Mumbai Rs 2,09,555
Hyderabad Rs 2,09,704
Ahmedabad Rs 2,03,903
Chennai Rs 2,06,781
KolkataRs 2,13,155
Chandigarh Rs 2,01,124
PatnaRs 2,10,833
SuratRs 2,01,202

The Pulsar RS200 has a distinct design with sharp body panels that add to its sporty appeal. Its full fairing enhances the aerodynamics and contributes to its aggressive aesthetic. Further enhanced by twin projector headlights, a sleek fuel tank, and split seating. The concise exhaust integrates seamlessly with the overall design, complementing its dynamic character.

The Pulsar RS200 has twin projector headlights with LED DRL, LED indicators, and an LED taillight. Its semi-digital instrument cluster retains a simple format with little change over the years. Standard features include backlit switchgear and dual-channel ABS.

The RS200 has a front telescopic fork and a rear mono-shock for suspension. The motorcycle has a 300 mm disc brake at the front and a 230 mm disc at the rear, with dual-channel ABS as standard.

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