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Thread: Pulsar 200 NS vs. Pulsar 220 F

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    Pulsar 200 NS vs. Pulsar 220 F

    I have a budget of 1 Lakh. So I was thinking of going for Pulsar 220 F but now as Bajaj is launching its Pulsar 200 Ns I am confused a bit so guys help me out will Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS better than Bajaj Pulsar 220 F. And does anyone have any idea when will the new Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS will be launching.

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    The bike is really aggressive. Though it resembles some big bikes like cb1000r, it is sort of cool. And the specs are really cool. This bike is a hot deal when compared to the R15 and CBR250r, if you have deep pockets then you can go for them. I booked R15 V2 and canceled it since this naked sport got my attention. Hats off to Bajaj, and fellow Indians just know this, Bajaj can really be one among the best.

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    Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is an awesome bike, but yes it does look alike KTM Duke but engine (piston and combustion) wise they are different and cosmetically too. But this bike is just awesome. Its way ahead in times if you say in India glad Bajaj has come with a solid bike unlike some other brands and mind you pulsars are hot selling in developing countries like Indonesia and the rest alike.

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    200NS is a Macho Male. Affordable, Exciting, better mileage to comparable machines which Indians looks for, excellent Power to weight ratio, Best Torque and Horse Power. It has everything to be another big success like Pulsars. Would like to see a 250 with a 30+ BHP with 30plus mileage launched soon.

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    Well if you ask me itís a great buy so far it is just awesome. I would love to go for this bike other then Yamaha R15 or Honda CBR 250. Please do not under estimate Indian company pulsars are hot selling bikes in Indonesia and Malaysia as well. Google out yourself i do own a Yamaha rx135 which takes me to 120++ km speed but this bike looks so cool, I think you should go for Pulsar 200 NS only.

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    The bike is beautiful, the engineers have done a great job in the front, but i think they got tired till they reached the rear portion! The rear portion, except the mono-cross suspensions, is similar to P135. Technically the bike seems "great" except the fact that a carburetor has been used. The bike has been well priced. Well the real performance of the bike would be tested once it comes on road. In a nutshell, Bajaj has done a great job!

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    What a wonderful design guys. Itís really amazing my max speed is 140kms. Maintenance is reasonable, it can beat any bike and itís priced cheaper because all the components are produced in India. Yamaha, TVS, and hero Honda are importing some bike components' so even their 150 and 180 cc's are also priced higher. So guys no second thought buy pulsar 220F and keep rocking, nobody can make a better bike then Bajaj in India proven quality; be it autorikshaw, 'scooters' or bike. Bajaj has 48% share in Indian market eagerly waiting for the 4 wheeler launch.

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    Hey guys Bajaj Pulsar 220 F are a good bike. If youíre planning to buy this bike than get it. If your concern about mileage it will give you 35+. It depends upon your riding. Overall itís a performance bike and some great looks.

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    New Pulsar 200 NS 2012 Edition Bike Features:

    • 0 to 60 kph in just 3.61 seconds, top speed of 136 kph
    • Triple spark plug technology (One main plug at top and two at sides)
    • Rear and Front Disc brakes
    • 4-valve compression technology
    • Pressed steel perimeter body frame

    Bajaj Pulsar 200NS Mileage: 55 Ė 60 KMPL
    Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Technical Specifications:

    • 199.5cc Single Cylinder SOHC Engine
    • Maximum Power: 23.4 BHP @ 9500 RPM
    • Maximum Torque: 18.3 Nm @ 8000 RPM
    • 6 speed gearbox
    • Front brakes: 280mm Disc and Rear: 230mm Disc
    • Front Suspension: Telescopic forks with antifriction bush
    • Rear Suspension: Nitrox monoshock with a piggyback gas canister
    • Tyres Front and Rear: 100/80 R17 & 130/70 R17
    • Ground Clearance: 167mm
    • Wheelbase: 1363mm
    • Fuel Tank Capacity: 12 Litres
    • Kerb Weight: 145 kg

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    I bought my pulsar 220f, it has cocktail wine color and itís a great bike. And here youngsters modify the silence of the bike because they want loud sound. 220 gives large sound has style in the silencer. Karizma ZMR and R15 are no competition for 220. It has a great pickup. Great silencer and specially the handle. Bajaj Pulsar 220f has a great handle easy to ride.

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