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Reviews of Bajaj Pulsar NS200

Overall rating:

4.6
2266 ratings 765 reviews
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Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Reviews

Bajaj Pulsar NS200

Avg. Ex-showroom price

₹ 1,33,048

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  • 4

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  • 4

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  • 4

    Comfort

  • 4

    Service Experience

  • 4

    Value for Money

  • 5

    Maintenance cost

  • 5

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  •  5King of kings 2 years ago by Jobcy
    Buying was so easy .. It's an awesome street bike . Beast in roads with its awesome muscle . Looks are cool i found an issue with chain sound. Service coast was not much once i got a clutch spring problem only.I felt like braking should be more good. Everytime i felt li...
    Buying was so easy .. It's an awesome street bike . Beast in roads with its awesome muscle . Looks are cool i found an issue with chain sound. Service coast was not much once i got a clutch spring problem only.I felt like braking should be more good. Everytime i felt like this was my best selection . Won lot of races with duke 200,r15-v3.
    • 5

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    • 5

      Reliability

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 5

      Service Experience

    • 5

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

    • Ridden for

      10000-15000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

  •  5The king of 200cc 1 year ago by Ajay Kumar
    The king of 200cc bikes and low budget maintenance and the price also affordable it gives you a best compared to other 200cc bikes and it is also best for the long rides and performance of the bike best other then 200cc segments the looks of the bike is make you happy a...
    The king of 200cc bikes and low budget maintenance and the price also affordable it gives you a best compared to other 200cc bikes and it is also best for the long rides and performance of the bike best other then 200cc segments the looks of the bike is make you happy and excited to ride your bike whenever you see the bike.
    • 5

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    • 5

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    • 5

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    • 5

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    • 5

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      34 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

  •  4Looking for a bike then read this 1 year ago by Manish Sahu
    That was the day of festival(diwali).I had wake up in the early morning and seen the advertisement of ns in top of newspaper.Suddenly i told my papa about this ,he also liked it.So we decided to buy it.When i ride it first time i became the centre of attraction for ever...
    That was the day of festival(diwali).I had wake up in the early morning and seen the advertisement of ns in top of newspaper.Suddenly i told my papa about this ,he also liked it.So we decided to buy it.When i ride it first time i became the centre of attraction for everyone on the road. That experience was on of the best experience of mine.The bike had a sporty look & extraordinary look as compared to other bike. & the another best thing is the sound of this bike,really loved it.It takes a short time for servicing and at a lower cost & it gives a good mileage.As i am a racer & stunt performer this bike helps me to earn money.This bike cannot catch a speed of more than 130 if you were trying to do so the bike engine may burn or you may get damages.
    • 4

      Visual Appeal

    • 4

      Reliability

    • 5

      Performance

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 3

      Service Experience

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    • Used it for

      Daily Commute

    • Owned for

      > 1 yr

    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      40 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

  • Pros :-Best 200cc naked bike that you can get in Indian market at affordable price. With lots of advance features the only thing missing was abs but now they have added single channel abs. The engine is borrowed from duke 200 which is liquid cooled carburetor engine pow...

    Pros :-

    Best 200cc naked bike that you can get in Indian market at affordable price. With lots of advance features the only thing missing was abs but now they have added single channel abs. The engine is borrowed from duke 200 which is liquid cooled carburetor engine power is slightly less compared to duke 200 which is 23.7 ps and 18.3nm of torque . It has perimeter frame with monoshock at rear so for those who love cornering this bike for u. Also great machine on highway 6 th gear helps for relaxed cruising at around 90-100km/hr with no stress on engine top speed that i have done on this bike is 138km/hr bike is very stable at this speed bike does 0-100km in less than 10 sec. Mass centralization is very good because of underbelly exhaust. Its 200cc bike but bajaj have done good job to keep heat away from your legs in bumper to bumper traffic. Bike gives 32-35kmpl in city and on highway 40-43kmpl mileage if u are under 5000 rpm. Its bajaj so it has large service network. Also the bike service cost is less.

    Cons:-

    1) parts quality is not that good.

    2)after every 500km chain starts making noise.

    3)no abs on/off button.

    4)underbelly exaust makes it worry more when we go on large pothole.

    5)pillion seat is uncomfortable cushioning is not good seating feels uncomfortable for pillion on longer rides .

    • 4

      Visual Appeal

    • 4

      Reliability

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 4

      Service Experience

    • 4

      Value for Money

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    • Used it for

      Tours

    • Owned for

      Never owned

    • Got mileage of

      35 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

  •  5Ns 200 1 year ago by Dhinesh
    There is no bike is equal to this bike on 200cc it was an amazing one no doubts to own this bike it was such an amazing bike in cheep price abs was launched now a days so its performance was unbeatable braking was very well done in this new version its was easy to maint...
    There is no bike is equal to this bike on 200cc it was an amazing one no doubts to own this bike it was such an amazing bike in cheep price abs was launched now a days so its performance was unbeatable braking was very well done in this new version its was easy to maintain and no more cost to handle this bike..In one word it was such an amazing one..
    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 5

      Reliability

    • 5

      Performance

    • 5

      Comfort

    • 5

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      > 1 yr

    • Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      38 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

  •  3Ns200 Low Budget 1 year ago by Jeet Vora
    1.I got this bike when pulsar 200 ns was launched with abs and i got it in affordable price.2. Riding experience - for commuting within the city and for occasional long rides the power output is sufficient. 3. Details about looks, performance etc. - it looks like a nake...
    1.I got this bike when pulsar 200 ns was launched with abs and i got it in affordable price.2. Riding experience - for commuting within the city and for occasional long rides the power output is sufficient. 3. Details about looks, performance etc. - it looks like a naked super bike, performance is good, mileage is in between 35-40. 4. Servicing and maintenance - around 600-700 rs during free service. Maintenance is cheap and reasonable. 5. Pros and cons - pros: good bike with good power and mileage. cons: dual channel abs is missing.
    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 5

      Reliability

    • 3

      Performance

    • 4

      Comfort

    • 3

      Service Experience

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    • Used it for

      Daily Commute

    • Owned for

      6 months-1 yr

    • Ridden for

      5000-10000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      30 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

  •  4Perfect blend of power and handling 3 years ago by Akshay
    It was a bright Saturday morning when i went to book this bike and i was told that bike will be delivered in a week of time as the colour i wanted was not available but finally got bike after two and a half weeks and in third lot after i booked the bike and i still don'...

    It was a bright Saturday morning when i went to book this bike and i was told that bike will be delivered in a week of time as the colour i wanted was not available but finally got bike after two and a half weeks and in third lot after i booked the bike and i still don't know why.

    So lets keep that aside and come to buying experience. After the bike arrived at the showroom buying it was a piece of cake as the staff was really helpful, cooperative and easygoing towards my silly questions. And it took me a day or so to get done with all the formalities as i bought it on loan and got the keys of bike next day.

    Coming to riding experience and boy oh boy i was totally surprised by the linear power delivery this bike offers. While commuting in city this bike provides a perfect blend of power, handling and breaking. You don't need to shift gears continuously as the second and third gear can take you out of any kind of traffic you get stuck in.

    Also the bike does heat up but it is manageable as its far from the heat of a tandoor :p.

    When you look at the new paint scheme bajaj has come up with, it really suits the bike and does justice with the lines and muscles of the bike and the new addition of the belly-pan does suit the bike and give it a street fighter kind of look.

    I was never a pulsar fanboy but the performance of this bike really impressed me and more power and the presence of 6th gear really gives it an edge over its competition.

    Coming to servicing, i guess all of us face this issue with each brand's service station that the guys working there are not at all literate about the bike and these manufacturers really need to work in this department. But apart from that i'm not really fascinated by the work these guys did in the 1st servicing. I had issues with idling, vibrations and some noise from the lower front part of the bike and out of it only idling issue was solved by them. And one more thing, they don't even dry the bike after washing and that was really annoying as i myself had to use a cloth to remove water from bike.

    I heard a-lot of people saying that there will be a quality issue with bajaj and i think to some extent they were right as the plastic of the bike really feels cheap and the other bikes in the competition really have edge when it comes to fit and finish. Also i'm facing an issue regarding acceleration above 5k rpm. When bike is above 5k rpm and when i accelerate, there is a pause and then the bike accelerates. So i think i will need to go to service guys again :(

    So overall i am really satisfied with the bike as it is really good in commutes and provides mileage around 40kmpl which is pocket friendly as well :)

    So if you are looking for a bike in a tight budget that can commute and do highway cruising in lower triple digit speeds easily, i would suggest you to go with this bike.

    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 3

      Reliability

    • 5

      Comfort

    • 4

      Service Experience

    • 4

      Value for Money

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      < 3 months

    • Ridden for

      < 5000 kms

    • Got mileage of

      40 kmpl

    • Got mileage of

  •  5Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Review 2 weeks ago by Bishal Upadhyay
    Very comfortable , I feel awesome when I see this bike on road, just wow, it's front look is also awesome please upgrade the back look. Riding experience is awesome , mileage is average, and the most loved part of this bike is its headlight it's make a sexy look on this...
    Very comfortable , I feel awesome when I see this bike on road, just wow, it's front look is also awesome please upgrade the back look. Riding experience is awesome , mileage is average, and the most loved part of this bike is its headlight it's make a sexy look on this bike , thank you Bajaj for make this awesome bike .
    • 5

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    • 5

      Reliability

    • 5

      Performance

    • 5

      Comfort

    • 5

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    • Used it for

      Everything

    • Owned for

      Never owned

  •  3Pulsar 200ns - saddlesore 7 years ago by Reetabrata Bhattacharya
    Style it looks simply amazing in all colours, a true naked street fighter. Styling appears best when viewed from front, rear is average. Stunning looks, courtesy bajaj and edgar heinrich of bmw motorrad. The tank looks way larger/volutous as compared to its actual 12 li...

    Style

    it looks simply amazing in all colours, a true naked street fighter. Styling appears best when viewed from front, rear is average. Stunning looks, courtesy bajaj and edgar heinrich of bmw motorrad. The tank looks way larger/volutous as compared to its actual 12 liter capacity.

    Engine performance, fuel economy and gearbox

    performance is great, in no ways it can be considered a slouch when compared to the duke 200 or the cbr250r. Acceleration is good and pick-up from standstill is also brisk. A top speed of 148 kmph was achieved on the speedo which in real world translates to a true top speed of 135 kmph (tested using android gps app).

    Fuel economy isn't bad either, achieved a 26 kmpl in bombay city and 38 kmpl on long highway runs ate speeds over 100 kmph. But the 12 liter fuel tank capacity isn't sufficient for serious touring.

    Gearbox is of good quality and gear ratios are well spaced to make it a comfortable ride in the city and on highways.

    Ride quality & handling

    this is an area that leaves a lot to be desired. The p200ns suspension is setup on the stiffer side to aid handling. The bike is an excellent handling machine no doubt, but the stiff suspension makes the ride quality pretty harsh on bad roads. Potholes and road undulations do not deviate the ns from its intended line, but transfers all the jerks to the rider's hands and butt. Add to this a minimalistic seat which literally causes a "saddlesore" on long hauls. The chassis is spot-on for handling, no two ways about it.

    Final words

    with our road conditions going bad to worse over each passing week, its not easy to live with the ns if serious touring is on the agenda. Cross winds play havoc with the bike's stability causing the rider immense disturbance on highways. The puny fuel tank and rock-hard seat don't do justice either to serious touring.

    Areas of improvement

    bajaj should have added the self-cancelling indicators on the ns too. A well padded seat is a must for this bike, city commuters won't face much of an issue though. The bike's cross wind stability is an area of great concern, it leaves a lot to be desired. Even a naked duke doesn't budge in windy conditions. Bajaj should rework the suspension damping of this bike to make it a bit less painful for touring.

    Overall a good bike but my personal opinion is that if you can discount/overlook the liquid cooling, 4-valve head and triple spark of the ns, the pulsar 220f dtsi is a far better bike with excellent touring capabilities.

    Pros

    acceleration, tyre grip, headlight intensity, design, instrument console, handling, brakes

    cons

    stability on highways, seats, suspension

    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 1

      Comfort

    • 3

      Value for Money

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  •  3Pulsar 200ns - saddlesore 7 years ago by Reetabrata Bhattacharya
    Style it looks simply amazing in all colours, a true naked street fighter. Styling appears best when viewed from front, rear is average. Stunning looks, courtesy bajaj and edgar heinrich of bmw motorrad. The tank looks way larger/volutous as compared to its actual 12 li...

    Style

    it looks simply amazing in all colours, a true naked street fighter. Styling appears best when viewed from front, rear is average. Stunning looks, courtesy bajaj and edgar heinrich of bmw motorrad. The tank looks way larger/volutous as compared to its actual 12 liter capacity.

    Engine performance, fuel economy and gearbox

    performance is great, in no ways it can be considered a slouch when compared to the duke 200 or the cbr250r. Acceleration is good and pick-up from standstill is also brisk. A top speed of 148 kmph was achieved on the speedo which in real world translates to a true top speed of 135 kmph (tested using android gps app).

    Fuel economy isn't bad either, achieved a 26 kmpl in bombay city and 38 kmpl on long highway runs ate speeds over 100 kmph. But the 12 liter fuel tank capacity isn't sufficient for serious touring.

    Gearbox is of good quality and gear ratios are well spaced to make it a comfortable ride in the city and on highways.

    Ride quality & handling

    this is an area that leaves a lot to be desired. The p200ns suspension is setup on the stiffer side to aid handling. The bike is an excellent handling machine no doubt, but the stiff suspension makes the ride quality pretty harsh on bad roads. Potholes and road undulations do not deviate the ns from its intended line, but transfers all the jerks to the rider's hands and butt. Add to this a minimalistic seat which literally causes a "saddlesore" on long hauls. The chassis is spot-on for handling, no two ways about it.

    Final words

    with our road conditions going bad to worse over each passing week, its not easy to live with the ns if serious touring is on the agenda. Cross winds play havoc with the bike's stability causing the rider immense disturbance on highways. The puny fuel tank and rock-hard seat don't do justice either to serious touring.

    Areas of improvement

    bajaj should have added the self-cancelling indicators on the ns too. A well padded seat is a must for this bike, city commuters won't face much of an issue though. The bike's cross wind stability is an area of great concern, it leaves a lot to be desired. Even a naked duke doesn't budge in windy conditions. Bajaj should rework the suspension damping of this bike to make it a bit less painful for touring.

    Overall a good bike but my personal opinion is that if you can discount/overlook the liquid cooling, 4-valve head and triple spark of the ns, the pulsar 220f dtsi is a far better bike with excellent touring capabilities.

    Pros

    acceleration, tyre grip, headlight intensity, design, instrument console, handling, brakes

    cons

    stability on highways, seats, suspension

    • 5

      Visual Appeal

    • 1

      Comfort

    • 3

      Value for Money

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Bajaj Pulsar NS200 Expert Opinion

  • Good Things

    • Features a six-speed gearbox
    • Average maintainence cost
    • Street bike with an aggresive stance
  • Could be Better

    • Fit and finish can be better
    • Vibrations at higher rpm

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