2021 Pulsar RS200 price is over that important Rs 1.50 Lakh barrier. However, it has received dual channel ABS in its BS6 update…
Just ahead of the festive season, like others, Bajaj has brought the Pulsar range to headlines. It has introduced fresh colors in the new-generation Pulsar series which include the Pulsar RS200, Pulsar NS200 and Pulsar NS160.
The flagship Pulsar RS200 now comes in what Bajaj calls as ‘color blocking‘ design language. It is now available in three new shades – matte finished Burnt Red color replaces the Racing Red, Pewter Grey takes place of the Graphite Black and Metallic Pearl White is a new addition to the range. The Racing Blue is no more in the lineup now. With that, it is now getting evident that Bajaj is moving back to white colored alloy wheels. Bajaj hasn’t share the pic of the white color yet.
Other changes include front and rear fenders in carbon fiber texture, with something called as hot stamping pattern on the seats.
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Earlier this year, the full faired sportster received the Bharat Stage 6 compliance on the same 199.5 cc, liquid cooled, triple spark, 4 valve engine. There were minor changes to the power band and the motorcycle received a 2 kilogram weight hike.
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2021 Pulsar RS200 Price
|Pulsar RS200||Rs 1,52,179|
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The bigger change was the switch to dual channel ABS (older RS200s got single-channel ABS units) which made it a pretty worthy upgrade. And now with the new shades, it is a complete package according to Bajaj.