Pulsar NS200 yellow colour is an attempt to refresh the offering before the major rework is done to adhere to BSVI norms…
Pulsar NS200 was launched back in 2012 in India. This new-generation Pulsar model brought with it a lot of technical changes and an all-new design language which was completely different from the older Pulsar range.
Yellow colour of the motorcycle then was the talking point and though nobody will ever know how many units of this particular colour did Bajaj sell vis-a-vis others, it definitely stood out. After many years, Bajaj is re-introducing the Yellow colour to the palette.
Bajaj has launched the Pulsar NS200 in bright yellow colour. It follows the design theme of the current version ie it is actually a dual shade mixed with grey, which makes it even better than the previous all-yellow theme.
We are not sure which colour has been shown the door – as Bajaj’s website, at the moment, continues to list all the three colours – Wild Red, Graphite Black, Mirage White.
There may not be any mechanical changes to the motorcycle and it is expected to continue sporting the SOHC triple spark 199.5cc DTSi engine which produces a maximum power of 23.5 PS at 9500 rpm and 18.3 Nm of peak torque at 8000 rpm.
Actually, Bajaj already offers this yellow shade in some international markets like Malaysia etc and they are just opening doors for this colour for the domestic market. This could probably be the last update to the model before Bajaj plonks a BSVI certified engine on the motorcycle.
The Pulsar NS200 is currently listed at Rs 112,307 and Rs 100,307 ex-showroom Delhi for the single-channel ABS and non-ABS models respectively. We expect the price to remain unchanged for the yellow colour.