Spied – Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS spotted testing in Pune

Posted on: Jun 13, 2014 - 9:51pm IST

The fully faired Bajaj 200 SS has been testing in and around Pune for sometime now. The motorcycle was spied once again, this time by Overdrive.in’s reader Mr. Rohan Takalkar. Based on the Pulsar 200 NS, the new motorcycle derives its styling cues from the SS 400 Concept showcased at Auto Expo 2014.

Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS
The Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS borrows its design from the SS 400 Concept showcased at the Auto Expo.

An undisguised 200 SS was spotted in a dealership yard (claimed by the posting website) a few months ago signalling an imminent start of sales. However, the launch seems to be set later than originally expected.

The fairing houses twin projector headlights and eyebrow like LED daytime running lights. Other noteworthy features include split seats, two-piece taillight and a stubby end can (missing in the 200 NS). The instrument console would be borrowed from the naked version.

Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS rear
The tyre-hugger and single-sided mud guard are borrowed from the 200 NS.

Coming to the technical aspects, the 200 SS will adopt the same platform as the 200 NS. The 200cc triple-spark single cylinder 4-stroke engine produces 23.52 PS and 18.3 Nm of torque while breathing via a normal carburetor. The faired version is likely to get electronic fuel injection system that could increase the output. The 6-speed gearbox will be retained.

The faired bike would be positioned higher than the naked street fighter and Bajaj is likely to offer optional ABS. The Bajaj 200 SS would lock handlebars with the new Hero Karizma ZMR and the upcoming KTM Duke RC200.

The Pulsar SS 400 which would be derived from the KTM RC390 is expected to arrive at a later stage.

Bajaj Pulsar SS 400 – Image Gallery

[Source: Overdrive.in]

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2 thoughts on “Spied – Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS spotted testing in Pune

  1. Arunabh Awasthi says:

    This is taking too much time. Very sad. They should have launched it by now so that the product would have gained momentum before the upcoming R25 & CBR300R.

    Also, i believe, that they are missing the plot here. they should have released this model with 250-270 cc spec engine as there is a big gap in the Bajaj-KTM engine line up (200-390).

    Secondly, this would have given more muscle to them as full fledged contenders to honda, Yamaha (…Kawasaki!!) etc.

    Remember, there is no replacement for displacement 🙂

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  2. Dr. Nayak says:

    People who tend to buy expensive bikes (Indian context), want radical styling and this bike simply lacks it. If you look at TVS concept in the 200 cc plus category, you can feel the uber styling and the VFM proposition for the Indian consumer; no wonder BMW picked TVS to produce bikes in sub 600 cc category.

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