New Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Makes Official Debut


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Kawasaki Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS launched in Indonesia

Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is getting ready to be launched in Indonesia as a Kawasaki.

Kawasaki Motor Indonesia (KMI) has launched the compact sportsbike in the archipelago yesterday. As spied earlier, the bike will also offer Kawasaki’s trademark Lime Green color option.

Bajaj has previously stated that few improvements have been made on the Indonesian spec Pulsar 200 NS which will eventually filter down to the Indian version. Interestingly, the Indonesia version gets sporty looking body graphics.

The 199.5cc single cylinder oil cooled triple spark ignited engine still employs traditional carburetor instead of a electronic fuel injection system. The media reports suggest that the performance figures also remain the same as the Indian version. However, the Indonesian websites of both Kawasaki and Bajaj are yet to be updated with information on the new bike.

The motor develops 23.52 PS and 18.3 Nm of torque and is mated to a 6-speed transmission. The Kawasaki Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is positioned below the Ninja 250 as an entry level sportsbike for city dwellers.

The Pulsar 200 NS will rival with bikes like the new Yamaha Vixion 150cc and Suzuki Inazuma GW250. The latter is expected to arrive in India sooner than later.

The Kawasaki Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is priced at 23.3 million Indonesian Rupiah (around Rs. 1.34 lakh).

Contrary to the previous claims that the Pulsar 200 NS for Indonesia will be locally assembled, the bikes are actually exported from Bajaj’s Chakan plant. So it is safe to assume that the Pulsar 200 NS with body decals will soon be available in India as well. And please give us that Lime Green color option as well!

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Bajaj Pulsar is the Jackpot for Bajaj Company. Bajaj has launched a new segment of Pulsar in Pulsar 200NS and its getting improve bajaj fund and earning resources. This is the good and stylish brand and Pulsar 200NS is the copy of KTM 200 so that is very progressive and much more. It just like racing bike and pulsar segment after pulsar 220cc. Not we should Pulsar 250 more which is powerful in all variant and good looking. Pulsar 200ns is the round off endorsting bike ever.
 
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Bajaj to export 1,000 Pulsar 200NS to Indonesia

Bajaj Auto plans to export a batch of 1,000 units of the Pulsar 200NS to Indonesia for retail sales this month.

The Pune-based motorcycle manufacturer has a marketing collaboration with Kawasaki Heavy Industries in India, Philippines and Indonesia wherein Bajaj can export, assemble and retail its select products using Kawasaki’s retail network (like Bajaj provides to Kawasaki in India).

The Pulsar 200NS will be retailed under the ‘Kawasaki Bajaj Pulsar’ brand in Indonesia. Talking to our sister magazine, Autocar Professional, on the sidelines of a press conference at the Akurdi facility yesterday, Pradeep Shrivastava, chief operating officer, Bajaj Auto, said, “We recently started exporting the Pulsar 200NS bikes to Indonesia. We exported a batch of 500 units of this bike to Indonesia in July and plan to export another lot of 1,000 units during August to Kawasaki. These bikes are currently being rolled out from the Chakan facility, at par with our requirements.”

According to sources, the company has a current export requirement of 120,000 bikes per month, out of which nearly 105,000 units are produced at the Waluj (Aurangabad) facility while the remaining 15,000 units come out of the troubled Chakan plant.

Interestingly, all export-oriented KTM models (125cc, 200cc and 375cc units) and the Pulsar 200NS bikes are currently produced at the Chakan plant. The company has a current export demand of nearly 3,000 KTM bikes per month while the export demand numbers for Pulsar 200NS bikes remain undisclosed.

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Bajaj Auto introduces Pulsar NS 200 with ABS

The bike now available in select markets at Rs. 109,715/- (Ex Showroom, Delhi)

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2nd Nov 2017,New Delhi: Bajaj Auto Ltd, India’s leading motorcycle company, has introduced an ABS variant to its highly successful Pulsar NS200. The NS 200 is a next generation sports bike with an aggressive muscular form and which has set new benchmarks in technology and performance. The definitely male Pulsar NS200 comes with 200cc a liquid cooled four valve, triple spark DTS-i engine and delivers raw power of 23.5 PS with outstanding stability and safety. It now comes with ABS in combination with bigger disc brakes and perimeter frame to provide the highest level of stability and control for the rider and ensure ultra-safe braking over any surface.

Commenting on the introduction of the Pulsar NS200 ABS, Mr Eric Vas, President – Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto Ltd said, "We have received a large number of requests from our customers for ABS and hence we are extending it to the NS200 . We are No 1 in performance Naked Sports bikes with our NS200 with a huge fan following among young, performance seeking motorcycle enthusiasts due to its world class quality and style, backed by and its thrilling performance. The introduction of the ABS variant will enhance the bikes performance appeal and strengthen our leadership in this performance segment.”

NS, standing for Naked Sports, is an aggressive street fighter motorcycle coming in two engine capacities - the Pulsar NS200 and Pulsar NS160. The Pulsar NS200 ABS is available in 3 colours - Wild Red, Mirage White and Graphite Black and is priced at Rs. 109,715/- (Ex Showroom, Delhi). It is now introduced in all Metros and will be progressively available across all dealerships in the country.
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BS-VI Bajaj Pulsar NS200 to be launched soon - Report

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The BS-VI compliant model will pack a fuel injection system – a feature that is already available on the international-spec Pulsar NS200. Moreover, the Bajaj Pulsar RS200, the fully-faired version of the Pulsar NS200 already uses a fuel-injected motor. Apart from the addition of the fuel injection system, the updated Pulsar NS200 will also pack a newer catalytic converter, O2 sensors and a temperature sensor. The performance numbers of the BS-VI compliant model may witness a marginal reduction, although the difference is not likely to be significant.

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The BS-VI Bajaj Pulsar NS200 could be INR 5,000-8,000 more expensive.

The carburettor-equipped Bajaj Pulsar NS200 draws 17.28 kW or 23.5 PS of peak power at 9,500 rpm and a maximum torque of 18.3 Nm at 8,000 rpm from its 199.5 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, SOHC, 4-valve motor with triple-spark technology. The fuel-injected motor of the Pulsar RS200, on the other hand, makes 18 kW or 24.5 PS of max power at 9,750 rpm and a peak torque of 18.6 Nm at 8,000 rpm. Both engines are currently in BS-IV avatar.

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