Likely to launch in India before July.
Since the first time Bajaj Auto's adventure tourer was spotted at a preview event, pictures have been coming in of the bike on test in India. Now, another video has emerged of the 200 cc Pulsar test mule on Indian roads, courtesy of Overdrive.
[Head to Youtube if you can't see the video above.]
The Pulsar 200 AS is based on the Pulsar 200 NS' platform and is most likely to replace the aging Pulsar 220F. The 200 AS features a more upright riding stance, suitable for long distance journeys, and an extended windscreen to protect the rider from windblasts on the highway.
Mechanically, the engine and other components are exactly the same as the Pulsar 200 NS with its 199 cc, single-cylinder, triple-spark engine, mated to a six-speed gearbox.
The motorcycle is expected to carry over the same 280 mm front rotor and 230 mm disc at the rear with a possible addition of ABS as option.
The Pulsar 200 AS is likely to launch in India before July, and be priced between the Pulsar 200 NS and the upcoming Pulsar 200 SS, Bajaj Auto's first fully-faired motorcycle.