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    Which is the best model in Bajaj Pulsar

    I am planning to buy a new bike after doing some research work I came to a conclusion that I would be going for Bajaj Pulsar but after deciding that again a big confusion which model to go for. So guys please guide me which is the best model in Bajaj Pulsar. Users using Bajaj Pulsar please give your reviews if possible a small one will do as it can help me out.

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    Yes you are right if you think you are going to buy a new Bajaj Pulsar then other question comes to mind which model should I go for as Bajaj Pulsar have 9 Models out of which only 5 are available and other 4 would be launching soon.

    Pulsar 135 --- LS 134.6cc, DTS-I --- Rs. 60,000 (available)
    Pulsar 150 --- 149cc, DTS-I --- Rs. 70,000 (available)
    Pulsar 180 --- 178.6cc, DTSi --- Rs. 75,000 (available)
    Pulsar 220 S --- 220cc, DTS-I --- Rs. 81,000 (available)
    Pulsar 220 F --- 220cc, DTS-I --- Rs. 85,000 (available)
    New Pulsar 200NS --- Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valve --- Rs. 90,000 (Launching soon)
    Pulsar 250 --- Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valve --- Rs. 1,10,000 (Launching soon)
    Pulsar 300 --- Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valve --- Rs. 1,50,000 (Launching soon)
    Pulsar 350NS --- Triple Spark, SOHC, 4-valve --- Rs. 1,80,000 (Launching soon)

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    Hey man youíll are so true but I took Bajaj Pulsar 220 F it is a great bike. If youíre planning to buy this bike than get it. If your concern about mileage it will give you more than 35Kmpl for sure. It depend upon your riding but I am getting 40Kmpl. Overall itís a performance bike and some great looks.

    ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
    Displacement: 220cc
    Engine: 220cc, DTS-i
    Maximum Power: 20.8 Bhp @ 8500 rpm
    Maximum Torque: 19.12 Nm @ 7000 rpm
    Gears: 5 Speed
    Clutch: Wet Multiplate Type
    Bore: 67
    Stroke: 62.4

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    Hey guys Iím looking forward to buy a bike. Bajaj Pulsar 220 is brilliant but i heard its maintenance is too much. So dear pulsar 220 riders tell me your bill amount after each service. Please reply and let me know your average bill amount. I am not considering change of parts, just normal service, all things.

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    The maintenance cost of Pulsar 220 F is very low itís just Rs (450 to 500 with power Castrol engine oil) for a 5000kms run so check it out at your own people are just misguiding about Pulsars maintenance only thing you do is get it checked at every 2500-3000kms as mentioned there in the service manual and service it for every 4500-5000kms and run for even one lakh plus hassle free kilometers this is the best 220 cc bike in INDIA no one stands in front of it.

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    i consider Pulsar 180 than it's fellow 150 and 220. Bajaj Pulsar 180 has a better power, comfortable ride, and about its comparison with the new Pulsar 200 it's difficult but i want to tell you all something, 200 is far better than that of Bajaj Pulsar 220!

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    Bajaj Pulsar 180 looks almost like 220 S or 200. Which are best looking Pulsars ever, 180 feels real sports biking it is a sport bike but 150 is commuter low wheelbase odd clip on smaller rear tyre no split seat no split grab rail no good looking rpm console laggard is of commuter category handling wise very low standard no anti scratch tank pad no front mud cover with full covered mud guard no big disc brake no power front forks no elliptical swing arm no sports gear shift pattern. Not good chassis no power performance like 180 no tubeless tyres. The only let down of 180 is mileage wise it will not give you 38 Kmpl in winters and 44 Kmpl in summers all those who are getting more than this are fake. Performance wise way ahead than 150 at 8500 rpm 180 produces 17.02 bhp while 150 produces 13 bhp 4 grant bhp you can cross 1-2 km ahead of 150 actually at highways or in streets you can chase 220 with 180 but cant chase 180 with 150 in anyway. Pulsar 135 is slowly faster than 150 due to low weight and 4 valve. Go for 180 it is real value for money if you are highly confused just take a ride of 180, 220s and 150 you will feel the difference in handling of p180, p220s with p150. With 180 you can beat any bike other than 220. 180 look far better than p150.

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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 have pulsar 150. Pulsar is super bike to all 150cc bikes; my pulsar mileage is city 50-55 and high way 65-70 km. And my bike is top speed is 123 km/ph. Pulsar engine is most powerful at 15 PS and torque is 13.6 nm. The engine is no vibration in any speed. You purchase a pulsar 150 to your face is never smile.

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    I think you should go for Bajaj Pulsar 135LS as it is the best with great features.
    Bajaj Pulsar 135LS Bike Features:

    * Aggressive, sporty look and feel
    * Great riding comfort
    * Better power and fuel efficiency with DTS-i 135cc Engine
    * Better pick-up at low speeds
    * 5 spoke alloy wheels
    * Hassle free and quick starting in all weather conditions
    * Efficient braking and enhanced safety
    * LED tail lamps

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