Bajaj Pulsar 220 runs on a 220cc DTS-i engine that can generate a power output of 21bhp for a peak torque of 19Nm. The engine is mated to a 5-step adjustable rear suspension for better control on the road.
Overall, Bajaj Pulsar 220 exudes a sporty build. The bike comes with split seats and rear grab rails. There are also clip-on handle bars and LED tail lights. There’s also a semi-digital instrument console and a projector head lamp.
Braking and Suspension
Much like its other siblings such as Pulsar 180 and Pulsar 150, Pulsar 220 comes with twin gas charged shock absorbers and telescopic forks that together make for a pliant ride. In terms of the kind of riding position that the bike supports, it can be defined as sporty commuter-ish. For a more comfortable riding position, the bike can be adjusted with the help of handle bar raisers for Pulsar 220 by LLUVIA. The bike sits on 17-inch alloy wheels which should appeal to the many. Pulsar 220 runs on tubeless tyres.
Moving on to the braking duties of the bike, Pulsar 220 gets 230mm rear disc and 260mm front disc with ABS setup.
Bajaj Pulsar 220 is a promising motorcycle and that’s apparent from the fact that despite never having gone through any major changes since the first launch back in 2008, the bike has somehow managed to remain one of the most popular vehicles by the company.
The popularity of the bike can also be owed to the fact that riders are able to get a bigger 220cc faired bike for a price range of most 160cc motorcycles.
Myriad range of accessories for Bajaj Pulsar 220 is available by LLUVIA Industries.