To best way to describe the styling of the motorcycle is to call it ‘aggressive’. The two LED lamps are flanked by small decals. There is also a turn indicator which is similar to KTM Duke 200. The bike also houses quite a big windscreen which is a practical feature and should come as useful under the right circumstances.
Bajaj Pulsar RS200 runs on almost the same engine as Pulsar NS200. It is powered by single-cylinder 200cc, liquid-cooled, fuel-injected engine. The engine produces 24.2 bhp of power at 9750 rpm which is just one unit more than Pulsar NS200. The engine generates a peak torque of 18.6Nm at 8000 rpm. The fact that the engine is fuel injected makes for crispier throttle response and a smoother ride.
Brakes and Suspension
The suspension duties on Bajaj Pulsar RS200 are managed by the telescopic front forks and monoshock at the back. The braking is handled by a single ABS unit coupled with 300mm disc brakes at the front and a 230mm disc brake at the back.
The center console on RS200 features a digital fuel indicator and an analog tachometer. On the left side, there’s a turn indicator, battery indicator and indicator for oil level. The right side of the console houses two-trip meters, side-stand indicator, time-indicator, and a speedometer.
Riding comfort and handling
Although RS200 is not exactly a super sports bike, but the general feel is quite similar to that. The riding position is aided by clip-on handlebar. The foot pegs are moved closer to the rear. To elevate the riding comfort for pillion riders, there’s the option to mount pillion backrest for Pulsar RS200 by LLUVIA industries. Other accessories for Bajaj Pulsar RS200 are also available at LLUVIA.