Style and Design
The new Pulsar NS200 comes in three different dual-tone color schemes which is meant to set it apart from previous models. The newer version also sports a decal that says 200 across the tank extension, rim tapes, and belly pan.
Engine, Brakes, and Suspension
Under the hood, Pulsar NS200 is powered by a single cylinder, 199cc liquid cooled engine. The company has mated the engine to a six-speed gearbox transmission. The engine can deliver a power output of around 23bhp and a peak torque of 18Nm at an rpm of 9500.
Moving on to the transmission, the bike rides on telescopic forks on the front and a preload adjustable monoshock on the rear. The braking capacity of the bike is handled by 280mm front disc and rear disc brake measuring 230mm. The newer version of the bike comes equipped with single-channel ABS that only supports the front wheel.
Highway mileage of Pulsar NS200 is supposed to be around 39.7 km per liter. The company claims for the bike to go from 0 to 60 km in under 5 seconds which is pretty decent.
The semi-digital instrument console houses a bunch of stuff for good readability. Some of the instruments housed in the console include speedometer, fuel gauge, odometer, tachometer, and a tripmeter. There is also a side-stand and high-temperature warning indicator.
LLUVIA industries maintains a long list of accessories for Bajaj Pulsar NS200. Some of the most useful and interesting accessories that should elevate the entire riding experience are – a touring windshield, pillion backrest, saddle stays, and a foglamp mount; just to name a few.