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  • Bajaj Launches Pulsar RS and Pulsar NS series with new colour schemes

    Bajaj Auto, ahead of the festive season, has launched 'refreshed' Pulsar NS and RS series with new colour schemes.

    The Pulsar RS 200 will be available in three colour schemes: Burnt Red (Matte Finish), Metallic Pearl White and Pewter Grey along with white alloy wheels.

    The Pulsar NS200 & NS 160 will be available in four new colour schemes: Burnt Red (Matte Finish), Metallic Pearl White, Pewter Grey & Plasma Satin Blue along with all white alloy wheels.


    Commenting on the launch, Mr Narayan Sundararaman, Head-Marketing, Bajaj Auto said, “The Pulsar RS200 and NS200 have always stood out by offering the latest in international technology in performance motorcycling. This festive season, we offer discerning motorcyclists an unbeatable combination of sporty responsive performance and eye-catching new looks that reaffirm Pulsar’s market leadership.”


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    Bajaj Might be the worst offender (after Royal Enfield) to keep producing the same bike for years without making any significant changes to improve the motor or the bike itself apart from a new paint scheme. That's not enough!

    Performance improvement are required if the bike is about to gain weight due to updated safety/emission norms. Only things 'updates' always do is cripple the bike further rather than improving on what is offered!

    It's not like Bajaj can't do it. Dominar UG is a good example of an update done right but pulsars...............

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    • #3
      Bajaj's NS 200 and RS 200 has always been two good machines. I owned a NS200 before. Its a wonderful motorcycle and same with the RS 200 except the rattling sound of the parts in the front after a couple of months of usage. NS 200 is still my favorite beginner motorcycle.

      Launched, discontinued and relaunched. But the sad part is that there are no cosmetic changes apart from the color scheme. The bikes still look the same. Latest one with the white wheels was a very bad decision. Currently I own a 390 Duke and the amount of chain lube that spreads on the orange wheels makes it look bad. I really cannot imagine that with these white wheels. I feel sad for the upcoming owners who wish to keep it stock.

      Bajaj could have actually worked on the R&D and probably brought up 2 new models like how the KTM has done. Initial dukes and the current dukes are completely different bikes. Same with the dominar. Increasing the price alone is a bad idea. Bajaj really needs to work on the R&D.

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