Pulsar 200 NS


Overview of Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS

As promised Bajaj India unveiled all-new 2012 model of Pulsar in January, 2012. It has been christened ‘Pulsar 200NS’. It is powered by a liquid-cooled 200cc engine which develops maximum power of 23.17 bhp at 9500 rpm with maximum torque of 18.3 nm at 8000 rpm. But it was expected that Bajaj was about to upgrade the entire Pulsar line-up. The face-lift was much needed because the Pulsar was launched almost a decade ago. Anyways, Pulsar 200NS is new product, it features all-new exhaust layout, which is now below the engine like 200 Duke. The Pulsar 200NS is all-new in terms of styling and technology. It features new design for alloy wheels, instrument cluster, fuel tank and side scoops.

Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Design

In terms of exterior design, the Pulsar aims to break new ground, and to a significant degree it is successful, although it takes a number of cues from Bajaj’s Pulsar 135 model. The bike is a naked body type, and it is intended to combine slick styling with new-generation technology – the ‘NS’ is an acronym for ‘Naked Sport’. The bike’s chassis is stronger and more lightweight, hoping to boost the bike’s speed and power in keeping with its ‘sporty’ profile. The bike features an entirely revamped layout for the exhaust, now positioned beneath the engine – inspired by the 200 Duke. The new design also extends to the rest of the body: the fuel tank, side scoops and alloy wheels have a stronger yet sleeker look. The entire front of the bike is sharper, fiercer and more aggressive. Overall, it’s a very busy, eye-catching design, with lots of severe angles, planes and cuts – many will wish for a simpler, more classic design.




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The next generation of Bajaj Pulsar comes with an assortment of safety features integrated into the whole structure. The petal disc brakes for the front and rear wheels ensure absolute and smooth braking for complete safety while the 100/80 – 17, 52 P tubeless tyre for the front and 130/70 – 17, 61 P  tubeless tyre for the rear wheel supplies superior road grip.


Th For the first time, Bajaj has come out with a Pulsar that can be handled quite decently too. If style and raw power are what you seek, a closer look at the Pulsar 200NS is warranted.



Engine Type Type SOHC – 4V – Liquid Cooled
Displacement (cc) 200
Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 23.52
Max. Torque (Nm @ rpm) 18.3


Front Telescopic Front Fork with Antifriction Bush Dia 37
Rear Nitrox Mono Shock Absorber with piggy back gas canister


Brakes Front Petal Disc with floating caliper
Brakes Rear Petal Disc with floating caliper


Front 100/80 – 17, 52 P, Tubeless
Rear 130/70 – 17, 61 P, Tubeless

Fuel Tank

Total litres(reserve, usable) 12 liter full (3.4 liter reserve)


Battery 12V 8AH VRLA
Head lamp Pilot Lamps
Horn 12V, 30W


Wheelbase 1363 mm
Ground Clearance 167 mm
Kerb Weight 145 kg


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