As reported earlier, Bajaj Auto updated the Pulsar RS 200 to BS6 standards and the fully-faired motorcycle is available starting INR 1,44,966 ex-showroom, Delhi. The brand has now updated the official website with the technical specifications and details of the BS6 Pulsar RS 200 and the bike now also gets an upgraded dual-channel ABS versus the single-channel unit seen on the outgoing motorcycle.
In the braking department, the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 features a single 300mm disc on the front with a hydraulically operated calliper and a 230mm single disc on the rear wheel with a hydraulic calliper both ends armed with Anti-lock Braking System. The Dual-Channel ABS system has been added to the list of features without the bump in price.
Other mechanical parts on the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 remain unchanged such as the conventional telescopic suspension with anti-friction bush on the front and Nitrox canister assisted monoshock on the rear. The BS6 Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 measures 1999mm in length, 765mm in width, 1114mm in height, 157mm of ground clearance and 1345mm of wheelbase.
In terms of styling, the Bajaj RS 200 remains unchanged and continues to feature dual projector headlamps, LED marker lights, angular nose design, sharp and angular bodywork with graphics, windscreen visor, clip-on handlebars, step-up seat, rear cowl integrated pillion grabrails, rear-set footpegs, low mounted side slung exhaust and alloy wheels.
The Pulsar RS 200 is powered by a 199.5cc liquid-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-valve fuel-injected, triple-spark, DTS-I Fi engine that makes 24.5 ps of power and 18.7 Nm of torque matched to a 6-speed gearbox and the bike claims to achieve a top speed of 140.8 kmph.
The Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 is available in three colour options – Graphite Black, Racing Red and Racing Blue.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the mandatory lockdown imposed by the Govt. authorities Bajaj Auto has announced that the brand will be extending the Original Equipment (OEM) warranty and the free service period for all two wheelers that expire between March 20 and 30 April, have now been extended to 31 May 2020.