Home Bike News BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Silently Launched; Prices Revealed

BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Silently Launched; Prices Revealed

Bajaj has updated the Pulsar RS200 with BS6 compliant engine. The bookings for it have already commenced and the bike is priced at Rs 1.43 Lakhs.

BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 has started reaching dealerships and its sale will commence soon. Most of the dealerships have started accepting bookings for the updated motorcycle. Most of the Bajaj motorcycles are now updated with BS6 engines.

The price of BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is now Rs 1.43 Lakhs (ex-showroom). It is just Rs 3,000 costlier than the BS4 version. Further, Bajaj has also revised the exhaust system on the BS6 RS200, because it already comes equipped with Fuel Injection.

Other than that, there are no other changes on the Pulsar RS200. It continues with its 199.5cc liquid-cooled FI engine, that produces 24.1hp at 9,750rpm and a peak torque of 18.6Nm at 8,000rpm. The motor comes mated to a 6-speed gearbox.

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Pulsar RS200 gets telescopic forks at the front and a monoshock at the back. Braking is handled by disc brakes at both the ends with dual-channel ABS as standard. Based on the engine of Duke 200, it also gets an underbelly exhaust.

Features onboard RS200 include Twin Projector headlamps, crystal LED tail lamps, clip-on handlebar, semi-digital instrument console, split seats and fully-faired styling. It is one of the most popular fully-faired motorcycles mainly because of its aggressive pricing.

Meanwhile, the BS6 Pulsar 150, 125 Neon, Avenger 160 and 220 have also started reaching dealerships. Bookings for all of them have commenced at dealerships. We are expecting Bajaj to make an official announcement in the coming days.

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Bajaj is reportedly working on Dominar 250 as well. It will borrow its engine from Duke 250 and will be very identical to the Dominar 400. However, the smaller version could use a slimmer set of tyres and probably, telescopic forks instead of costlier inverted ones.