Pulsar NS 200 in the Indian market. The new redesigned bike will make its presentation in mid-January 2017 and will highlight a minor makeover in styling terms. More noteworthy will be a BSIV motor however, and Bajaj says that the bike’s specs and yield will stay unaltered. Expect new shading alternatives and new style body design. The NS 200 will keep on using the bare look however, and its essential structure stays unaltered.
Sources demonstrate that there will be an ABS rendition of the bike propelled in this way in 2017 – to better go up against the TVS Apache RTR 200 4V portfolio, which is viewed as the central adversary obviously. The single-channel ABS framework would likely be continued from its kin – the RS 200. Yet, Bajaj is probably not going to offer the NS 200 with FI (fuel infusion), as there is no clear esteem expansion seen with this alternative. Bajaj will likewise trade the adjusted and revived BSIV NS 200 from January – meaning just a single spec of the bike will be delivered by the organization.
The Pulsar NS 200 was gradually pulled back from the household showcase around April 2015 – despite the fact that its creation has proceeded with unabated since for fares to Latin America (where it is a solid vender for Bajaj). At the time the NS 200 quit offering in India it was because of an assortment of reasons. The bike was offering a solid 2500-3000 units for every month at the time, however Bajaj had limit requirements at its Chakan creation unit where it was made. This was because of the dispatch of the Pulsar AS twins (150 and 200) and the consequent relaunch of the Avenger mark with its new more distant family of bikes. The NS was kept down it could be said to give a launchpad to the AS 200 – which was situated as a more premium offering and offered more hardware at a comparable value point in any case.
Bajaj never formally suspended the NS 200 yet basically it was no more extended accessible at merchants, and hasn’t been for over a year. Presently the NS 200 will come back to join the Pulsar family – which is at any rate experiencing a move up to BSIV. The RS 200 will likewise get its BSIV heart before the end of January. The Pulsar 220 remains the most grounded vender in that family however with deals averaging 7-8000 units a month. The joined Pulsar family offers more than 10,000 units a month and given the moderate offers of the AS arrangement, the arrival of the NS 200 is required to upgrade that number. The AS 200 has never hit the numbers the NS 200 had and given its 3-digit month to month deals numbers, the NS 200 returning is not a major shock. When the NS 200 is relaunched in India, the whole Pulsar family: 135, 150, 180, NS 200, 220, RS 200 and the AS arrangement will be accessible as Bharat Stage IV (BS IV).