Video – Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS caught on tape in the Himalayas

Posted on: Nov 19, 2014 - 2:00pm IST

To be launched in the coming months.

Youtube user Nishant Tomar has uploaded a video of the Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS struggling to wade through a stream somewhere in the Himalayas during its routine testing exercise.

[Head to Youtube if you can’t watch the video.]

While previous spyshots of the upcoming fully faired sportbike clearly indicate that the design is borrowed from the Pulsar SS 400 which was unveiled at the Auto Expo, this is the first time we get to listen to the motorcycle’s engine sound at full throttle. The bike was previewed at a dealer meet in Turkey recently.

Notable design features of the new Pulsar include projector headlamps, LED daytime running lights, clip-on handle bars, two-piece taillight and a stubby silencer.

Bajaj Pulsar SS400 side view
The Pulsar 200 SS is identical to the flagship Pulsar SS 400 (image).

The Pulsar 200 SS derives its hardware from the Pulsar 200 NS naked motorcycle. Based on a pressed steel perimeter frame, the bike is suspended by a front telescopic fork and rear monoshock. The wheels are retarded by a single disc each.

Also read: New Bajaj Platina 100 starts testing

The 199.5 cc liquid-cooled single-cylinder engine produces 23.52 PS (23.18 bhp) at 9,500 rpm and 18.3 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm. The transmission is a 6-speed unit.

Competitors: Hero Karizma R, Yamaha YZF-R15, KTM RC200
Expected Price: INR 1-1.5 lakhs, ex-showroom
Launch Date: Anytime soon

Bajaj Pulsar SS 400 – Image Gallery (Unrelated)

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One thought on “Video – Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS caught on tape in the Himalayas

  1. Gaurav says:

    Race bikes are designed for race tracks not hills. That’s what mountain bikes are for.

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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!