Bajaj Pulsar RS200’s Indian website teases more details [Update]

Posted on: Mar 21, 2015 - 3:48am IST

Update – Bajaj has put out another teaser of the RS200 on Facebook. The bike is confirmed to launch on March 26.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 teaser image new yellow
The bike comes with a twin-projector headlamp, and the cowl is inspired by the Pulsar SS400 Concept.

March 18, 2015

Bajaj has setup a microsite for the Pulsar RS200 in India. The website features the teaser video, and gives out a few new teaser images of the fully-faired motorcycle.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 twin projector headlights
The Pulsar RS200 is confirmed to get features like twin projector headlights and LED taillights.

The new images tease the ‘Crystal’ LED taillights, the twin projector headlights and the ‘aggressive muscular styling’ of the Pulsar RS200.

According to Bajaj’s Turkish website, the Pulsar RS200 will measure 2,060 mm in length, 750 mm in width, 1,160 mm in height and 165 mm in ground clearance. It will have a kerb weight of 151 kg, and a fuel tank capacity of 12 liters.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Crystal LED taillights
The Pulsar RS200 would inherit its engine from the 200 NS.

The Pulsar RS200 will borrow its triple-spark 199.5 cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled engine from the Pulsar 200 NS. On the RS200, this unit will produce 24.4 PS at 9,500 rpm and 18.6 Nm of torque at 8,000 rpm, and will be paired to a 6-speed transmission. The website is yet to reveal the performance figures of the RS200, though Bajaj says the RS200 is the ‘Fastest Pulsar Yet’.

Bajaj Pulsar RS200 side profile
The Pulsar RS200 weighs 6 kg more than the 200 NS.

Already, reports state that certain dealers have started accepting bookings for the motorcycle with a delivery promised by the last week of April.

Bajaj Pulsar 200SS (Bajaj Pulsar RS200) – Image Gallery

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One thought on “Bajaj Pulsar RS200’s Indian website teases more details [Update]

  1. DR. Nayak says:

    This is a well-designed product in terms of aesthetes and functionality. I hope these components are made in India and not some junk from China/Taiwan or Korea. If these components are all imported then there is little
    contribution the development of Opto-electronic automotive components in India, and we have to place Bajaj in the same category as Mahindra.


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