Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTSi Review

by Deepak on October 23, 2008

Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTSi was introduced in the market around 9 months back and it enthralled the Bajaj dealers by raking sales as well as the Indian bike enthusiasts. The bike has a 200cc engine and oil cooler, which is a self-adjustable one- it adjusts the viscosity of the lubricant oil so the overall performance of the bike is enhanced. The shock absorbing quality is enhanced by a large 33mm front fork.

Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTSi

Pulsar 200 bike has other wooing features such as a stylish petrol tank flap along with an anti-scratch tank pad, ExausTEC technology in the silencer that maintains engine torque, comparatively light weight of the bike, the split seat with better seating space and excellent performance.

Looks: Bajaj Pulsar 200 DTSi is available in eye candy black, red and blue colors and looks deceive you like you got an international sports bike in front of you! The bike has aerodynamically designed petrol tank with tank flaps and beefy front. The bike has great indicator features such as choked air filter indicator, high oil temperature indicator, a low battery voltage indicator and a low engine level indicator…huh! A big long list right?

The sporty looks coupled with greater chassis rear inclination gives this variant of Bajaj Pulsar DTSi second glances be it in a parking lot or on roads! The bike has usual LED tail and brake lights and the main headlamps and parking lamps emit white light with blue-tinged bulbs instead of the yellow light of incandescent bulbs. These are certainly an improved stuff and more friendly to eyes!

Performance: Bajaj Pulsar 200 has a split seat architecture that provides better style and comfort for both rider and pilion. The bike has 200cc powerful engine and the telescopic fork provides better control. The display panel can detect failure in components. Both front and rear wheels have tubeless tyres that are first in the motorcycle market and the wheelbase is 1350mm. The triple rate spring NitroX shockers provide cushion feel and telescopic fork suspension.

The torque of the bike has been improved by ExhausTEC technology and the bike also has an improved clutch system. The gear can be changed easily and it is capable of taking more loads. The presence of oil cooler enhances the engine performance.

The engine has a maximum power of 18ps and you will get an average of 40 km per liter of petrol. The fuel tank has a capacity of 15 liters and has a capacity to store 2 liters of reserve petrol. The oil cooler improves the performance of the engine at high speeds without overheating. Bajaj two wheelers, especially the battery, need low maintenance. Under test condition the fuel efficiency is 50kms/ltr.

Final Verdict: The 18ps pulsating power generated by the 200cc engine provides great riding excitement to bikers, echo all of the Bajaj dealers . It is the first bike in India with tubeless tyres both in front and rear in this segment. The tubeless tyres offer superior stability that is safer than the conventional tube tyres while adding to fuel economy. Better road grip and stability is ensured by the very broad rear tyre. The bike has new digital console with Digital Odometer, Digital Speedo meter, Digital Fuel Gauge and two Digital Trio Meters. This Bajaj bike is the first one with electric start. And needless to say it is very convenient for a city rider. After all, we know the traffic jams right?

Ask me downside of this bike… Well, it doesn’t have a kick-start facility. So when the battery is down (keep looking at the indicator off and on my friend!) or fused out, God save you or you got to push it to a recharge facility!

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{ 81 comments… read them below or add one } October 23, 2008 at 10:06 am

The 200 is a better buy then the FZ16.


Fz Crazy January 15, 2011 at 5:27 pm

FZ 16 is superb bike than pulsar 200………..


Shambhu Prasad October 23, 2008 at 10:52 am

Yes, as you said it rightly the non-availability of a kick starter is a major disadvantage when the battery is low. Also it would be advisable to kick start a bike in cold conditions like starting first time in the morning before the engine has warmed up, to conserve battery power.

How is the engine power (pickup and torque delivery) compared to Karizma? Any views…


rahul October 26, 2008 at 3:49 pm

yeah.. i think they should have had a kick starter too… i know pulsars have a problem starting in colder conditions… and yeah wat if the battery is low… or loose connections??

that apart.. this machine looks neat…
neat power too.. must make your adrenaline rush…


srinidhi October 27, 2008 at 7:40 am

there is another downside too,but not the the bikes side.It’s from bajaj.there is only one probiking showroom in b’lore and getting the bike serviced is a headache cause the showroom is about 20kms from my home.Hope they increase the nos of probiking showrooms

Reply October 29, 2008 at 3:21 pm

I think the 200 is starting to get old now. I’m eagerly waiting for the Apache 200 and 200 cc bikes from Yamaha and Honda..


shubham December 4, 2008 at 2:05 am

i really appreciate pulsar 200 looks….its awesome…design is the best among all local bikes in india…performance is damn gud in roads….sppeds up so nicely nd its always nice to win others in race with this….however i have to tell that it is really full of snags….bajaj really needs to be alert in this thing…sometimes water goes to speedometer…nd one needs 2 change it….other time the bike doesn’t start….specially in cold winters…however other bikes don’t have this problem as per i have seen..the battery is weak…nd the colour coating ..the shine is lost just after a month…so i have realized that one should just not go after looks while buying a bike…


chethan December 10, 2008 at 4:19 am

hey guys i am buying a new bike …..
and i have decided to go for p200 or fz16 what do u guys think which one is the better bike …… pls justify …..
can anyone tell milage in p200.
wating for ur response……….


AMITAVA DEB January 16, 2011 at 5:56 pm

much more more batter pal200 than fz16


Michael December 17, 2011 at 9:58 pm

Dear brothe fz16 is boaring bike. But pulser 200cc amazing look. Milage 45km pl. I Like pulser 200cc


mishu December 18, 2008 at 8:56 pm

can any one please,let me know the sign of digital meter,of pulsar200.i am from bangladesh,i briught a bike pulsar200 but i cant undastand the meter sign,pl help me


Chmp December 26, 2008 at 11:31 am

If any p200 owner is reading this:
is the bike worth buying???
Many ppl said dnt buy it,go fr karizma.But i hate and absolutely hate those cheap R stickrs.Performance wise both r superb,kzma marginally better but in the lonks dept the 200 winns hands down.


shubham December 27, 2008 at 5:12 pm

its world’s best bike in everyway


kevin January 19, 2009 at 7:48 am

Digital display looks cool but gets spoil easily.
I’m from singapore and most of the bikes here Digital display had this problem.
If it dies on you during the warranty period, lucky u get a new one replaced. Over the warranty period, get ready to fork out $$$ for a new one and the warranty is only for a month.
It’s a good bike though but the digital display reliability disappoints me.
So far no news of improvements being done on this display problem. Sad….
For me, my next bike will not be from Bajaj…..


Abhi February 5, 2009 at 11:49 am

HEy guys…m plannin on buying a bike soon in the month of Mach…and i am really confused between Pulsar 200 anr Apache rtr fi…please help me out


prakash September 1, 2012 at 3:52 pm

use proper way pulsur.milige ia also goood


Madhusudan February 8, 2009 at 7:23 am


Bajaj really sucks, dont go for any bajaj products.
They change the compnents/design every 6months. After 5 years or more they stop the production. And very difficult in getting body spare parts. No spares in showroom also ..

Pulsar has around 12 models in it.
Now its running model so no prob, but After some time u may face prob in getting body spares.

I had Caliber Croma.
I cant get mudgard, side panel any where in Bangalore…
Even duplicate are not available !!!

I am going for new bike and Honda Hunk…
Honda is known for easily available spares….



Abhi February 8, 2009 at 12:20 pm


thanks Madhusudan…ur reply will realy helpme a lot


srini February 15, 2009 at 1:58 pm

Many owners change their recommendation from YES to NO, due to various problems associated with it. Mileage is 25-30 kmpl. Engine refinement is worst, Bajaj service is also not good. To know the pulse of P200 owner who finally changed to Zma read following link..he’s an engineer at MNC.


sunny February 18, 2009 at 7:05 am

Hi i bought a new P200 last month can anyone tell me or suggest me in maintaining the bike… i love to rep..wat is the speed limit i should maintain to get a better performance n millage…MAIL me at


Gopi February 27, 2009 at 12:05 am

Hey Guys

Good suggestions ….. still confused to buy a bike i was adamant to buy a P200 and even planning to buy it on Sat the 7th March after reading the blog from Srini i am shocked to hear the problems …… so guys need some help abt P200


alhad March 4, 2009 at 10:07 am

hi, i’ve been using this bike for almost 15 months . it hardly requires any maintainance except its battery which gets discharged quite often unless u use the horn religiously. and the digital fuel indicator is totally flop.however the bike is damm good for long distance riding and doesnt vibrate at high speeds !


jitesh March 8, 2009 at 4:52 am

hey guys …now u all gotta really help…shall i buy a p200, m really interested in the looks & performance..or honda unicorn which is better from all angle…plz help!!!….its urgent…
Thanks everbody,


sandeep March 20, 2009 at 4:00 pm

tis bikeis not so kool compare to aapache.its chain sound horrible


kamal March 22, 2009 at 4:57 pm

I own a P200 for over 2 years with 16000kms and have faced absolutely no problems. Lovely bike awesome performance. Having no kick lever isn’t a disadvantage as the battery never troubles you.


pratik March 24, 2009 at 6:02 pm

hi guys,
which engine oil use for p200 drive better?


manik March 24, 2009 at 9:35 pm



Gopi March 25, 2009 at 3:52 am

Hey Guys i would suggest P200 is the best byke and would definately suggets p200 due its performance and also u guys can alos check with the comments what Mr.Kamal has to say !!!!!!!!!!! i go with him….. P200 the best choice at present.


Priyansu Sarmah March 27, 2009 at 5:04 pm

Superbe & Strong, Ultimate speed.



Soul Collector April 3, 2009 at 7:29 pm

Hi Bikers

I have been riding bajaj 150 dtsi for over 25000 km.. now am plannin to switch to p200.. i dont have no clue that how many of you are aware of the fact that every bike in the world has shorting coil which is responsible for recharging the battery when you are riding it..this concludes that p200 will not trouble any of itz rider for the self start atleast, except in the case of losse gives the power of 17bhp which is equal to zma..

guyzz let me tell u 1 thing frankly, itz completely your choice to buy this gem of bike or not.. you can ask ten people and get ten suggestions and land up no where..pulsar is the most sold bike in india not juss like that..zma came in the year 2003 and the model remainz almost the has no comparison with pulsar..both of the are awesome to ride but pulsar has an edge oven it..

thank u..


Pickup trucks April 6, 2009 at 11:27 am

i have Pulsar 200cc and one of my frd is using hero honda bike … the ride on his bike is so smooth even on bad roads .. i like the smoothness and even the service provided by Hero Honda.

Bajaj needs to get better in providing better service


Shekhar Sinha April 11, 2009 at 8:37 pm

Hi Guys,
There is nothing wrong with Pulsar 200, its an excellent bike & performance wise its far more better then ZMA. Ok ZMA gives out 17 bhp & its top speed is 126 kmph whereas 200 gives out 18 bhp & its top whack is 121 kmph but pick-up & in-gear acceleration of 200 is faster then ZMA. Also the weight of 200 is 145 kg & that of ZMA is 150 kg so the power to weight ratio of 200 is better den ZMA. Again, the ride qlty of 200 is plush & spine pampering whereas the ZMA has the tendency to toss you while riding ovr bad patches. If any of you are planning to buy 200 den i’d advice you to wait 4 a month or 2 as Bajaj will launch a new variant of 200 with rear disc brake, fuel injection system but it’ll cost 5-6k more then the carb version.


arun kumar April 12, 2009 at 3:54 pm

hi, i had p200 black color which i sold in feb09, the bikes performance is superb and no question rises on p200 performance, but one of the major problem is all about the servicing of the bike,in hyd city there is only one service centre and i think its allmost same in the other cities. its better to go for karizma b’coz its free in maintanance and the engine is smooth than p200. one major back drop of pulsar(digital) all versions is they cant go in higher speeds (max)for long time, engine goes down automatically, whereas in karizma it goes on its max speed continously. so b4 buying, go for a test ride. so that u will be judged.

Chmp: If any p200 owner is reading this:
is the bike worth buying???
Many ppl said dnt buy it,go fr karizma.But i hate and absolutely hate those cheap R stickrs.Performance wise both r superb,kzma marginally better but in the lonks dept the 200 winns hands down.


arun kumar April 12, 2009 at 3:58 pm

castrol power, motul,mobil

pratik: hi guys,
which engine oil use for p200 drive better?


mubin April 13, 2009 at 10:07 am

in p200 u hav to apply chain oil every week after wiping off the mud from chain.apply s90 or s140 oil.
im getting mileage between 50 and 55km.i used to ride at a speed of 45-55km/hr.smooth riding above 60speed.
i usually apply 5th gear at a speed of 40.Try to ride at lower gears in guttery roads.speeding at such roads wil not give u any fuel consumption,but also it will destroy your bike.try to increase speed slowly in long ride rather than rashing.


mubin April 13, 2009 at 10:11 am

arun kumar: castrol power, motul,mobil

castrol power one


manish malhotra April 24, 2009 at 9:41 am

hello guys
any one tell me is bajaj 200 is good byke . or not.
i listen and read a lots of comment . that this bike get starting problem . no kick . tell me can i borrow this or not ……………….. sahr


nitin April 26, 2009 at 3:13 pm

Mr.Gopi dont wary pul200 is best this bike is to good for stunt & Drack recing i working for one biker club then i sajest pus-200 it’s very cool bike.&&&&&
R15 is 150cc kya batai uske bareme
R15 Vs Pul200cc
Engine cooling-Water Cooled Vs Oil cooled
Bike Styling-Super Sport Vs Street Bike
Suspension-Monoshock Vs Telescopik Nitrox Suspensin-
Weight-131Kg Vs 145Kg
Tyers-100/80 Tubeleess vs 120/80 Tubeleess
MAxPower- 17Bhp@8500 rpm Vs 18Bhp@8000 rpm
Test Riad-Test ride/Very selected Vs Dyno test to everyone
Engine Capacity -150cc vs 200cc


red phantom April 29, 2009 at 2:40 pm

y did you say that the kick starter is not better???


Bhuvan May 23, 2009 at 12:17 pm

Hi guys,

I am confused thet which bike should i go for Pulsar 200 or appache 160 RTR Fi??? can you give me advice???


abhi May 24, 2009 at 10:32 am

hey guys….dun u tink that bajaj made a big mistake by upgradin 150 and 180′s looks jus like dat of 200…

i mean 200 has lost all its uniqueness…..u wont b able to differentiate a 180 frm 200 standin besides each other……except that the exhaust pipe of 200 is silver and dat of 180 is black….


abhi May 24, 2009 at 10:34 am

I ws gonna buy 200 but now I m lookin out for other bikes like 220,rtr 180 menace…jus because of this matching look problem…


Nilesh May 27, 2009 at 4:52 pm

Hi I’m Nilesh from Pune..

Bajaj has to come its upcoming releases of PULSAR 200 & 220 2009 ASAP….hopefully at end of MAY2009 or in 1st week of JUNE 2009

afterall rainy season is around corner..hence so hurry..!!

Finaly it is seen that TVS gone be launching Apache 180 with rear disk Brakes…seems to be again copied strategy from Bajaj of P200 upcoming…so that they can take over current launched Bajaj Pulsar 180…and also can compete with new 2009 Pulsar 200…

TVS S**ks…all again by adopting n copying all strategies of BAJAJ PULSAR family so far…!!!!!!!

I hope people also eying this COPYing theory of TVS from BAJAJ…and hence go for STYLING,BIG,definitely MALE BAJAJ PULSAR FAmily…the upcoming……!!!!!!!!!!! :-)

Now its BAJAJ turn.. looks like ball is in their they have to go ahead ASAP and strat PULSAR 180 selling along with DTS-iFi(Fuel injection)with Power of 18PS and all digital indicators like low fuel,battery etc,with Rear disk brakes….from 1st week of JUNE 2009…

However,they-BAJAJ must go ahead one step ahead of TVS(rather than waiting release of tvs apache 180)and LAUNCH newly upgraded PULSARS ****200DTS-i FI(fuel injection-Oil cooled):POWER 20PS
# MONO shock SUSPENSION in place of current dual one……
# with clip on handle bars,wider forks from 220 family..
# Rear Disk brake
# 6 gears theory and not the 5 one (1st,2nd down and then nutral,3,4,5,6th..)with DIGITAL GEAR indicator…
# Digital clock console….
# Colurs – 2 mores like in addtion orange,golden yellow similar to P300 available at net
# Wider Rear Tyre more than current P200,220 to compte FZ16…
# Head lite wiser design similar to P300 available on net to compte FZ16..

AND the launches has to be done in the end of MAY 2009 OR 1st week of June 2009…………
After all Youngers/People know very well which are the best styling and performance bikes
being the first leading initiator from START itself…Offcourse BAJAJ- PULSAR family etc..


dinesh May 28, 2009 at 5:20 pm

Pulsar era is gone. Bajaj need to brainstorm on some new design.


honey June 5, 2009 at 9:01 pm

i have 150 cc round light pulsar
i want to rep that baby with pulsar 200
but if 200 has got mono suspanstion
it looks awesome out of the word
a bit silver or crome kind of lining in side covers
thats it nothing more and i just bought that baby
but if the company doesn’t change anything in it
then also i have to bought that baby
coz i m looking 4 my new girl friend
coz 150 is to old right now
so i wish as soon as poosible i be with my new girl friend


natarajan June 19, 2009 at 1:09 pm

i want latest 200 cc&220cc model photos.b’cas i booking for 200cc in coimbatore tamilnadhu. thank u…


yash July 7, 2009 at 1:27 pm

hey guys i jus went to the pune probikin showroom…..n found to my shock tat the pulsar 200 is noe discontinued!
all this while i was thinkin tat there will be a 2009 edition of the 200
but tats not gonna happen:(


ruan August 12, 2009 at 9:19 am

Hi every one

Does anyone of you have a picture of a red dtsi 200cc.
how would i be able to make the sound from the exhaust louwder?

Please if you could help me please forward all info to



J Ananth August 21, 2009 at 3:55 pm

Hi Guys,

Even I too owned a 200 (2008). You guys know one think i traveled my bike all over Tamilnadu .it has covered a 18,000km still engine is good. My recent traveling was to Ooty from Chennai three day tour on 17 mornings 9.30 Started from Chennai putting only 300Rs Petrol Via villupuram to Salem stayed there for that day traveling of 330km keeping a speed of 65 to 70, and picking up a friend. On 18 is my Birthday so morning i started from there to Ooty Putting 500Rs Petrol reached safely by 15.00 hours good climate not too much of rain and cold also moderate climate. There i saw my friends and enjoyed my Birthday. 19 morning Started from Ooty at 9.00 same route dropping my friend in Salem put another 400Rs Petrol in Salem came to Chennai traveling of 570Km reached Chennai on the same day @21 hours. Any wants to travel ask me I’m ready. Thank you Bajaj


jai September 27, 2009 at 3:49 pm

200 superb performance , pullin capacity wow !!!


dinesh October 3, 2009 at 11:05 pm

i am waiting to buy a p200 when it will be lanced


is hant October 23, 2009 at 7:14 am

is 200cc banded or why am i not getting 200 cc bikes in all showrooms, i would recommend the pulsar to get a small sized mirror which will increase its value.


ATHUL February 3, 2010 at 10:45 pm

y p 200 stopped? Is 200 comes with new model?


JOJO March 7, 2010 at 10:37 am

Verymuch interested in using ThE BaJaJ PuLsAr DTSi 200.. There is no other vehicles that can win with the above… Thats also a reson for use 200, all over the nation with a proud mind.. I’m also proud in this moment, that I have the PULSAR DTSI 200… i love bajaj..


jai April 27, 2010 at 10:37 am

i own pulsar 200 !! last week i filled d tank !! it took 19ltrs to fill d tank full !! can anybody tell me d actuall capacity of d tank pls !!! bit confused ????


george conrad May 1, 2010 at 1:22 pm

Just went through the posts. Praises and complaints are common. But to those pondering to get a 200dtsi or 180 dtsi – follow your heart! These bikes are excellent. The japanese are stumped at the fuel economy of these two wheelers. They surpass or at least equal the underbones. Spare part support? As long as Baja is there, you need not worry. Service? Well Baja may stink in this category but there is always room for improvement. And by the time you feel that spare parts are getting difficult to get…I’m sure you’ll be upgrading to the next higher model because…YOU’LL JUST LOVE IT.

To Bajaj: You have a growing customer base. If you like to sustain their patronage, listen to their comments. Don’t sit around sucking your thumb! You’re doing just great…but maybe only for now. DON’T LOSE IT!


steven May 4, 2010 at 9:15 am

hey george, are u from singapore? if it is can u tell me how much you buy ur pulsar 200 which include COE? or anybody out there know this bike cost in singapore.. thanks guys…


champ May 28, 2010 at 12:24 pm

when bajaj will launch its new model of 200 and 220 cc….


Vishal June 3, 2010 at 10:51 am

Hi I am Vishal from Mauritius,

I purchase P200 three months ago and I would say compared to other motorbikes in our our country like Honda,… Bajaj quality is best regarding the battery don’t worry at all when riding it gets charged authomatically except when you have not ride the bike for one or two weeks then it is a problem as it has no kick start but even though you can push on the 1st gear for it to start manually, no problem. I ride 84 km per day with this bike and till today it has not let down, keep it up bajaj


Yannick January 12, 2011 at 8:13 pm

Hi Vishal!
Am from Mauritius,can you please tell me where i can
find this bike to buy please?


anthony June 18, 2010 at 8:45 pm

i want to buy pulsar 200 below 30000.


guna November 15, 2010 at 9:00 am

mama super bike da i am going to buy in december…………..


arjun sehrawat December 2, 2010 at 9:17 pm

i love my pulsar 200 becoz shifting of this bike amazing


Thomas Cherian January 10, 2011 at 8:32 pm

pulsar200: u hav to apply chain oil every week after wiping off the mud from chain.
im getting mileage between 52 and 55km.i used to ride at a speed of 50-58km/hr.smooth riding above 60speed.
i usually apply 5th gear at a speed of 50.Try to ride at lower gears in guttery roads.speeding at such roads wil not give u any fuel consumption,but also it will destroy your bike. pls try to increase speed slowly in long ride rather than rashing.


pratik thakur January 12, 2011 at 10:37 pm

@ Mr.Thomas Cherian,hw can u got d mileage between 52 and 55km……
hws it possible???????????
May u tell me please???
which petrol do u use?????power or speed????????


Craige January 21, 2011 at 12:16 pm

Hi planning to buy a Pulsar 200 from a friend in March most probably..but can you please tell me the top speed in this bike (or rather what you have touched) cos am a speed freak..and the P200 & 220 are the only bikes i respect in the Bajaj makings..and also please tell me how the braking system is..cos i dont trust the 150cc’s brakes..i think they are not that good…


kumar January 28, 2011 at 7:08 pm

Hi Guys,

Iam planning to buy Bajaj Pulsar 200cc, which ran around 14000 KM and bike was purchased in mid of 2008…. can any one suggest me how much rate i can pay for this bike…. or else is it better if i go for new Unicorn…. waiting for quick reply…. thanx in advance.

send me your replys to


red devil April 9, 2011 at 2:29 pm

did u buy..i will be wiling to pay 45thousang


pratik January 29, 2011 at 9:41 am

hi to alll my friend,
i m goin 2 sell my pulser200 which has purchase date on march2009 & it done 14000km till date.cost around 48k.
if anyone insteresed call me on 9773258803(mumbai).


Anil February 4, 2011 at 12:41 pm

Hi All,

Don’t Go for Pulsar any cc,

All these big cc Bikes require continous servicing and as per my experience goes their probiking service centres are irresponsive, rude and very very slow. They ruined my bike, after only 9 services, yes 9 ! my bike has started to seize,thats what their mechanic said. I have a pulsar 200 cc and am really disappointed with their inability and rudeness in solving this problem.
That is whn I realized that service matters more than the product,

Hope this could be useful


Chetan April 7, 2011 at 9:58 pm

can any one tell me the best engine oil for pulsar 200…..& plz give me some service tips. should i service the bike from bajaj service station or not…?


Craige April 8, 2011 at 9:51 am

Hi Chetan..use Castrol Power1 or if u can go for a higher oil, then go for Motul..they are the best i’d say…i use it for my Apache and the engine is smooth..the service center uses Valvoline and that has been doing a good job to..but overall,i think motul would be the best…give it 2 a good showroom if u know any..or try giving it to the castrol service center,i heard they do a good job..


red devil April 9, 2011 at 2:26 pm

i got pulsar200…and in ma metre there are 2 indicator flashing everytime…..wat can b the
and where to look 4 batry indicator


Hrc296626 May 5, 2011 at 10:58 am

I am getting a Pulsar 200 of 2008 model .I drove the bike.
It was good but the engine got heated up even if had travelled a distance of 10 to 12 kms…..Do Pulsar 200 have Engine Heating Problem.
Is it worth taking the bike…..
And If Yes at what price shall i take it……The bike has covered a distace of 20000 kms
Please do suggest…


sanchit May 20, 2011 at 6:36 pm

hey… m jst fed up of my chain sprocket of my p200…
n blue colour is fading due do sun light… whatcan i do to maintain.. i love p200 n i dun wnt to get it distroyed


joshua August 21, 2011 at 12:06 pm

guys i am planning to buy a pulsar 2oo,second hand….plzzz tell me it worth it to buy it


sanghit December 1, 2011 at 1:15 am

hey i am thinking of two bike which one i should take the new r15 2.0 or the p200 plz help me with this


xander February 17, 2012 at 2:40 am

p200 vs others
p200 handsdown is best in india so y did bajaj discontinued it. Am confused. Is there something they’re not telling us.


Godwin May 19, 2012 at 5:45 pm

Wonderful riding experience.
Good acceleration.
But Cick-start is necessary for this, becoz it is very difficult to pull!


Vardenchi India August 28, 2012 at 5:23 pm

Recently i bought Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS .. this model is rocking


biswajit December 13, 2012 at 10:00 am

Wich is d best battery for pulsar 200 dtsi??


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