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    @madrussian: My P-200 has given me 50+kmpl. not once, not twice but three times over!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan View Post
    @madrussian: My P-200 has given me 50+kmpl. not once, not twice but three times over!
    Thats basically due to the fact that urs is pretty new.....!! Where as, my friend's is a year old now....!!

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    that way my 180 has given me 60kmpl but only once .. when i rode it like a grandma

    the figures i gave were my own when i rode my friend's 200 for a month

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    Quote Originally Posted by themadrussian View Post
    that way my 180 has given me 60kmpl but only once .. when i rode it like a grandma

    the figures i gave were my own when i rode my friend's 200 for a month
    I didn't only mention that u need to ride slowly to extract out good mileage...but i had also mentioned abt the care of the bike...!! Regular servicing is a bliss to the bike....

    Also, little bursts here and there dont affect the mileage much(coz i have seen my friend ripping bike many times, but still he used to get good/healthy mileage bcoz of the kind of maintainence he follows....)...!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by inder.cool View Post
    ....The 200 only lacks a bit in the Top end but it has a superb low end and mid range(which is pretty much sufficient for normal city riding)..!!
    Agree with the top end part, but I thought the P200 lacked low end grunt because of a peaky engine, which is why people loved the classic-180 like acceleration at the higher rpms. I am also saying this because that's what I felt during the 600km trip I did in a friend's P200 recently. I might be wrong.

    Regarding mileage, the bike consistently returned 38-40 kmpl.
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    My 180 gives me about 33.5 KMPL
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    Its all about two Wheels!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pranay View Post
    Agree with the top end part, but I thought the P200 lacked low end grunt because of a peaky engine, which is why people loved the classic-180 like acceleration at the higher rpms. I am also saying this because that's what I felt during the 600km trip I did in a friend's P200 recently. I might be wrong.

    Regarding mileage, the bike consistently returned 38-40 kmpl.
    Absolutely! I feel the P-200 has NO low end power when compared to my Classic 180!
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    Quote Originally Posted by prakash_mvpa View Post
    Hi people ,
    I was tempted to start a thread "p180 vs p200" .
    Now -
    1)Is Bajaj still sells pulsar 180 dts-i models?
    I asked because bajaj dealer said it is not available some 2 months back.
    2) what is the advantages and disadvantages of Pulsar 180 vs Pulsar 200 ?

    I heard both give almost the same mileage.still many prefers p180 ?what is the reason? spare availability?or p200 -difficult to maintain?

    first word from many mechanics is that- current lott of p200's are unreliable - get a p180 instead
    I want some info regarding this.

    also ,please mention the big differences in latest version of P180 and p200.
    Thanks.
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    1. yes they do sell the 180, its the most vfm bike in the power segment.
    2. 180 gives you a mileage that no 200 can beat. Lesser quality issues. Cheaper spares.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aryan View Post
    Absolutely! I feel the P-200 has NO low end power when compared to my Classic 180!
    i believe 200 needs to be run-in very properly...coz its stats are are extremely perfect for nice rip or an occasional cruise at 110km/hr...technically it should be the second most fastes bike on Indian roads.


    btw,
    I own a 180ug3, in 2 years I have covered 38000 kms. I bought the bike for 70k(first in thane) with loan and all it came to 90k...plus the maintenance after accidents and stuff...the whole thing came to another 30k...in all i have already spent more than 1lac on my bike!...
    After another 1700 on a k&N I am getting a staggering mileage of (last recorded) 54km/L.!

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    54km/L.!
    Dude are you serious???
    I am getting half of it!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by me_is_rossi
    After another 1700 on a k&N I am getting a staggering mileage of (last recorded) 54km/L.!


    a guy who has rented our house in village got p200 black color.he is ripping it all the times. and claims a constant mileage of 40kmpl.

    I dont think p200 spares are an issue though.bajaj can provide spares .and I am surrounded by 3 bajaj dealers out of which 2 are main dealers .

    P180 is now rare.in the sense ki ,it is not really available here ex-stock. only p150 ,p200 and p220.
    Quote Originally Posted by HydroXidE
    Overtime the newer pulsars have only become more plastic-ky. I can't comment on the reliability of the new P180 vs P200. However, with a P180 you'll have an advantage with spares. P180 shares some of its spares with its predecessors, and some with P150 as well. The P200 shares some parts with P220. Considering Bajaj's inventory mess and bad version control, you are more likely to find P180s spares easily and in more areas than of P200.

    So, take your pic based on what you plan to use the bike for.
    Exactly.my p180 UG2 has false neutral problems.except that ,gave me a good 45-50kmpl mileage in city conditions.yes - used "speed" petrol only :S .

    and yes ,I checked the bajaj website .it shows P180 still in production.
    infact ,P180 is a direct contender for P200 model .wherever p200 is mentioned ,eager bikers(and mechanics) are there to mention p180 as a better and cheaper one.

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