Launched at Rs 1.45 lakh, the BS-VI iteration of the Bajaj Pulsar RS200 is priced Rs 3,000 than the model it replaces. The RS200 continues to get single-channel ABS its rivals get a dual-channel unit
Just yesterday we reported that Bajaj Auto has introduced the updated BS-VI iteration of the 180F and a few other Pulsar models. Today the Chakan-based bike maker has updated its website with prices of the BS-VI compliant RS200. The Yamaha YZF-R15 rival is priced at Rs 1.45 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), making it roughly Rs 3,000 more expensive than the model it replaces.
At the heart, the RS200 continues with the same 200cc, single-cylinder, triple-spark fuel injected motor that develops 24bhp and 18.7Nm. The engine continues to be paired with a 6-speed transmission. Aside from the greener engine, Bajaj has also introduced some new dual-tone paint schemes for the RS200. Everything else about the motorcycle remains the same, including the suspension setup and the braking hardware. Sadly, the RS200 continues to sport a single-channel ABS when its rivals, the R15 as well as the KTM RC125 come with a dual-channel unit. While most things remain unchanged on the RS200, the BS-VI iteration is now heavier by 2kg.
Bajaj has also revealed the pricing of the updated BS-VI Pulsar NS160 and NS200. The former is priced at Rs 1.03 lakh, while the latter demands Rs 1.25 lakh. The NS160 is Rs 9,000 more than before while the larger sibling, the NS200 demands nearly Rs 11,000 more.
Aside from all the Pulsar models, Bajaj has also revealed the pricing of the Avenger range and the Dominar. The Avenger Street 160 is priced at Rs 94,893 as opposed to Rs 83,215 for the BS-IV model. The larger Avenger Cruise 220 BS-VI carries a sticker price of Rs 1.16 lakh, over Rs 11,000 more than before. Moving on to the flagship, the cleaner and greener Dominar 400 will set you back be 1.92 lakh. All prices ex-showroom.