No surprise that Bajaj Pulsar 200NS bagged the "Bikes4Sale Design of the Year Award 2012". Joining the hands of Austrian naked superbike manufacturer KTM, Bajaj curved out a terrific naked motorcycle at reasonable cost that precisely fits both Indian roads and riders very well.
The Pulsar brand has a long tradition of 11 years. When the first generation motorcycle in the Pulsar series entered into the Indian motorcycle world, the two wheeler class witnessed a complete change. So far the Indian tracks were being ruled by the 100 cc commuter bikes. As the second generation Pulsar got unveiled, Bajaj defined what equals sportiness, maneuverability and reasonable price tag.
The Pulsar 200NS clearly looks evolutionary. Its sleek headlamp which conveys a sporty and sharper feel to any rider is truly an inspiration to anyone to own it. Strangers deal it really hard to find out its exhaust which is slightly hidden. The split seat which is accurately arranged in order to accommodate a passenger at rear makes the 200NS more than a sporty stuff.
If you think that the Pulsar 200NS is all about style and design, then you're terribly mistaken. The machine is mated with a lengthy tabulation of innovative technologies and features. The ergonomic design provides great handling and a lower centre of gravity. Meanwhile, the rear nitrox mono-suspension ensures better balance and stability. Equipped with a triple spark, 199.5 cc 4 valve engine, liquid cooling, 6-speed gearbox, a perimeter frame, rear mono-suspension and petal disc brakes, Bajaj brings the Pulsar 200NS to the next level motorcycling.
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