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Bajaj reveals all-new Pulsar 200NS

New bike uses triple-spark-plug technology, gets mono-shock suspension.

Jan 30, 2012

Bajaj has revealed the latest generation of its iconic Pulsar

motorcycle, an all new 200cc motorcycle, dubbed the Pulsar 200NS (Naked

Sports).

The 200NS uses a brand new liquid-cooled, 199.5cc, four-valve,

carbureted engine with a new triple-spark-plug system, coupled with a

six-speed gearbox. The new engine produces 23.18bhp at 9500rpm and

1.86kgm of torque at 8000rpm. Bajaj claims the new Pulsar 200NS is

capable of 0-60kph in 3.61sec and 0-100kph in 9.83sec. 

The chassis is a steel fabricated, twin-spar, perimeter type frame,

with a rectangular tube-section swingarm, that offers over three times

the lateral stiffness of the existing Pulsar 220. It also employs a

gas-filled monoshock suspension and under belly mounted exhaust, keeping

center of gravity low. The NS comes with petal type disc rotors front

and rear, measuring 280mm and 230mm, with 17-inch alloy wheels and

tubeless tyres at both ends.

Speaking on the occasion, K Srinivas, President-Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto

said, "Pulsar has now celebrated a 'Decade of Dominance' with 10 years

of leadership in the Indian performance motorcycle market. The Pulsar

200NS showcases the next leap in technology and design and will set the

standard for others to follow. We believe that 2012-13 will be an

exciting period where Bajaj Auto will excite customers both here and

abroad."

The next-generation Pulsar 200NS goes on sale April 2012 and Bajaj has announced pricing shall stay under Rs 1 lakh.

 

See Bajaj Pulsar 200NS image gallery

( @Mods : Can we have the topic title updated to "2012 Pulsar Unveiled")

sb-alto2012-01-30 17:55:48

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New Pulsar 200NS is capable of 0-60kph in 3.61sec..???

 

OMG! if this is the case then I am sure on bike accident on the road as people are not willing to take safety gears.

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