The Bajaj Auto Ltd has its name in the Indian Two-wheeler industry for bringing up the sports motorcycle era. Starting from the first generation Pulsar, the Indian based motorcycle maker has changed the lookout of the youth crowd among the sports motorcycles. The Pulsar series of sports motorcycles has been serving the Indian youth crowd since 2001. With regular updates in the styling and performance, the company is offering several new models for the youngsters. Let's talk about the latest launch of the company, the Bajaj Pulsar AS200.
Performance wise, the Bajaj Pulsar AS200 has taken its inspiration from the angry beast Pulsar 200NS. Being the firm's flagship sports motorcycle, the Pulsar 200NS is an unmistakable product ever designed by the company. Following the success steps of the firm's flagship, the Pulsar AS200 is powered a liquid-cooled, single-cylinder motor configuration carrying an engine displacement of 199.5cc. The Triple-Spark DTS-i engine is tuned to throw out a churning power of 23.5 BHP @ 9500 RPM and achieves a peak torque of 18.3 Nm @ 8000 RPM, while mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
The Bajaj Pulsar AS200 is built around a Perimeter frame, which is further incorporated with Telescopic front forks with anti-friction bush and Nitrox mono-shock at the rear. The braking duties have been taken care by disc brakes at both front and rear. The alloy wheels and tubeless tyres play a very important role in order to make the motorcycle an Adventure Sports.
In terms of styling, the major attraction of the Pulsar AS200 is the imposing front half-fairing carrying a badge of "Adventure Sports" and an extended visor protecting from wind while going at high-speed. The high intensity projector headlamp has been installed to provide premium lighting. Even being an Adventure Sports motorcycle, the Pulsar AS200 is available in the Indian two-wheeler carrying a pretty much affordable price of Rs 94,780 (Ex-Showroom Delhi).