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Bajaj Pulsar 200 Full Faired

Bajaj Auto will be launching a full faired version of the next generation Pulsar. There are two types of people, one who love naked bikes with streetfighter looks, while others who love full faired motorcycles with sporty appearance. When the Chakan based automaker launched the Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS, many loved the looks, while other started to wait for the full faired version. Bajaj went ahead and confirmed that a full faired version of the Pulsar 200 NS is in the works and will be launched in due course of time.

MotorBeam rendering specialist has come up with his idea of how the Pulsar 200 FS (Faired Sports) will look. As can be seen, the idea of a full fairing for the Pulsar 200 NS is quite a good one and the full fairing does not look bulgy our out of place. The idea is certainly not an after thought and we like what we see. The extra materials used will also result in a slight increase in prices of the Pulsar 200 FS, which should be priced around Rs. 5000/- more than the Pulsar 200 NS.

The Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is the second generation of the Pulsar, which has come after a decade since the first Pulsar was launched. The Pulsar sees a huge improvement in terms of styling, refinement and performance with the 2012 Pulsar. Using a 200cc, 4-valve engine with triple spark, the Pulsar 200 NS produces 23.53 PS of power and 18.3 Nm of torque. A weight of 145 kgs ensures the bike reached 100 km/h in 9.8 seconds with a top speed of 136 km/h. The Pulsar 200 FS will weigh slightly more but the performance will remain more of less the same.

Update – Based on feedback from our readers, we have made changes to the rendering to make it look more in-line with how the real thing would look.

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  • Abhilash

    oh hell yeah
    launch it by november

    • rakesh

      i guess launch will happen 6 months after ns, jus like the F and S of P220.

  • rakesh

    looks really awesome, well designed and will give the cbr a run for its money.

    • joe_clubfirewheeelz

      how can u compare CBR & P200 NS or SS or watever it is….. CBR = CBR only ….

    • sree

      we have compared both CBR and pulsar 200ns…..NS is as smooth as CBR infact 50 K cheaper as value for money bike

  • Lovely…hope the rear will look equally well equipped as the front unlike the KTM with all muscle at the front but a malnourished tail.

  • bhavesh

    as we said bajaj has made mixtures of many bike in one pulsar but technology is new

  • K.p

    Hope its goin to be fi too.

    • Faisal

      K.P., it won’t be an FI.

  • Pulsarboy

    There is something wrong in the rendering and for some time I was thinking of what’s really wrong with this. Then it struck me, the fairing doesn’t start from headlamp, you can see front shocks are exposed, that’s not the case with faired bikes. That’s the reason why rendering looks so wrong/disproportionate.

    • Faisal

      Pulsarboy, based on your comment, we have made necessary changes. Thanks a ton for the feedback. Really appreciate it.

  • @fas Spare me but this is not a full fairing. This is a body cowl attached underneath. A fairing generally convers the headlight part and the headlamp gets integrated in the fixed fairing. Thus the front handles are free to move without any extra weight and it feels very nice to handle. At least that is the point I personally value alot and so I like the drivability and handling of a faired bike more.

    • Faisal

      Abhisek, we have made some changes. How does it look now?

  • 23.5bhp is awesome!! It’s very closer to the Honda250CBR and many things now would depend on the mileage. Bike makers should now also work for diesel versions as the petrol prices are escalating too much.

    • joe_clubfirewheeelz

      Bajaj says P200 will return fuel economy 45-50 km/l …. is it possible from a 200cc,23.5 bhp bike … 25 bhp CBR 250R is only giving 25-30 kmpl …..

    • @joe, Sir will you leave your anti-Bajaj attitude. I have been all your posts and you come with just the intention of hurting Bajaj fans. Please grow up. Learn to appreciate some Manufacturer’s effort if they give you some good option to buy rather than downplaying them at their each and every good effort. Hatred filled Bloggers like you would be in trouble and first to be bashed when MB turns into a forum.
      coming to your question, P200NS would practically return 35-37 kmpl in the city which is still best in class. Why? Just because Bajaj concentrated in increasing FE of their bikes because they target middle-class consumers esp in India who care alot for FE. Just like Honda is the king of refinement, Bajaj is the king of FE.
      Now don’t prove that you are argumentative, contentious & disputatious by giving a back-to-back post reply.

      This link would help you to understand how to grow when competition becomes tough.

    • joe_clubfirewheeelz


      I dont hav anti-bajaj attitude, coz I am using P150 since 2007 and it is still with me … I just put one of my doubt that how a 200 cc bike can return 45 kmpl … I dnt want to hurt anybody here …

      P200 NS is not for middle class bikers , coz it is coming with a price tag of 90+k …

      and for the sentence in ur comment ….

      Is there any limitation to put comments here …. ??? If u hav any problem with my comments , then report it to moderator ….

    • Good to know that. Actually I was moreover talking about your previous comments. This comment was fair enough. There is no limit on putting comments. Just back-to-back posts result in arguments. I was referring to generally all the bikes made by Bajaj that they have provided FE even compromising on refinement and NVH levels. P200NS is not for middle-class but still at 90k+ is also quite affordable for upper-middle class people. More than buying it is maintaining and FE which weigh more on the pocket than the actual price of the bike itself. Safe & Happy riding.

    • TheAkshay220


    • Ninu

      For your kind information KTM200 is returning a FE of 40kmpl with 25 bhps.P200 is based on the same but with less broad tyres and triple spark plugs you can expext it to reteurn atleast 40+

    • joe_clubfirewheeelz

      ** in test condition ….

    • Ninu

      dear, i am talking about owner’s claimed real world FE, not that of ARAI test & all.

    • joe, Ninu is absolutely correct, I have gone through the Duke 200 ownership thread and people who have ridden sanely have even got mileage as high as 61kmpl. I have myself seen a pic of console where the owner shows 55kmpl believe me. That pic I lost but I have a pic where a user shows 51kmpl on the console and he rode it normally not at constant 50-55kmph. See this pic

      Most of the Duke 200 owners have reported mileage figures between 40-55 kmpl overall mileage in daily conditions(tank to tank basis). So P200NS which has improved upon the mileage of D200 will easily return 35-45 kmpl if you don’t push her to the limits. This 200cc engine has been unmatched by any other manufacturer in terms of FE and also power. I have seen 2-3 speeding dukes in my city and their exhaust note is the best I’ve heard till date. No brainer why D200 & P200NS is tempting everybody ;)

  • Adi

    Bogas looks. Want full full faired…..not semii!

  • tushar

    This is cannot be a full faired version…
    fairing not only is meant for asthetic factors but also the aerodynamic purpose….
    and just a engine fairing doesnt go well in both the factors

    • Faisal

      Tushar, we tried to make some changes. Hope that is better than before.

  • This ain’t no full fairing. Please get your basics right.

  • Aryan

    full fairing ???

    • Faisal

      Aryan, somewhat. We have edited the rendering now.

  • This is ultra-cool :)

  • mosin

    Good job Zaid……………..

  • mousif

    hi ,,,, i wanted to know wen d faired version is cmng , guys teel me the exact date

    • Faisal

      MOusif, let Bajaj first launch the NS version, then we can talk about the faired version. Most likely end of the year or early 2013.

  • Amit Rao


  • balak

    dear all
    As a owner of KTM DUKE 200 would like to say about KTM Duke 200 Mileage.
    Mileage Display (51) on trip meter is not that much reliable,
    highest mileage shows in my KTM is 54 KMPL.

  • balak

    I calculated my mileage by the formula of
    distance / fuel consumption and
    i got around 42-43 KMPL in high way (480Km / 11Lt kolkata to paradip )= 43.KMPL(approx)
    and more than 37 KMPL in my town. (785KM / around 20 LT)= 39 KMPL(approx)
    overall rid 1265KM / 31 Lt = 40 KMPL (approx)

    display are based on last trip ride, if your have rides excellent than only its display.

  • AKB

    Full Flaring on a 200cc bike may not give them a new segment, while creating an additional burden of some INR 5000/- in same line. (they must have learnt this with 220 FS and SS models).
    As I understand they should come up with a Full Flaring model with
    An additional 20-50cc.
    Flaring should be fully covered along with a new styling head lamp(I mean the devil style).
    Not to miss body graphics.
    Tail lamp will stay the same.(Bajaj economy of scale).
    Instead of a rear tyre hugger, it should have an elevated mud guard.
    If my thoughts are in line with Pulsar DNA and given increase in cc, it will also have an ABS to compete with Honda.
    Bajaj does not fear challenges and experiments…………Lets keep our fingers crossed

  • Rajeev

    I’m going to receive my NS by this weekend. I want to extract the max possible mileage out of it. I’m not planning on taking it out on long rides for the first few months, nor am i planning on going beyond 70kmph just yet. For those purposes i have another bike. Can u give me a few tips on how best to get extract those extra miles out of my bike and what kind of mileage can i expect? Thanks in advance. :)

    • Rajeev, just ride sanely, keep the bike below 5000 RPM and you should get good mileage.

    • Rajeev

      Thanks a lot Faisal. The mileage depends on the RPM or the speed? I mean, i can still reach good speeds at under 5000 RPM. And what mileage range can i expect from my NS?

    • Rajeev, it depends on both. You can expect 40 km/l.

    • Rajeev

      Oh, thanks Faisal.. 40 is cool :)

    • Rajeev

      Faisal, I filled 7 litres of petrol into an empty tank of my NS(as u know, it has 3 litres Reserve). I’ve travelled 182 kms already but still my fuel gauge is in ‘ON’ state.. Er, should i be frightened? 182km/4litres= 45.5Kmpl and still counting.. I just dont get it!

      P.S: The tank was definitely empty

    • Rajeev, that is indeed amazing mileage. But its best to check twice to ensure mistakes don’t hinder real mileage figures ;p

    • Rajeev

      Haha, i’m definitely visiting my dealer this weekend. I had to switch to ‘reserve’ at 233kms.. That makes it 233/4=58.25kmpl, which is too ‘Splendor’esque to be associated with a Pulsar, let alone a 200cc one(with 3 spark plugs or ten)..

    • Rajeev, so what did the dealer say/do?

    • Rajeev

      I’m not going back to that psycho who said my bike has a capacity of 10 litres and a reserve capacity of 3 litres and swore that i wont get a mileage of more than 33-35 before the first service.

    • Rajeev, LOL. Happens many times ;-)

    • Rajeev

      Faisal, my bad.. The reserve capacity of my NS is 2.4 litres, and not 3 as i suggested before. And i was slightly off-mark with my other details too.. So, my tank ran out of fuel after 323kms after my first refueling. I’d filled 500 bucks worth(6.8litres) plus the showroom’s initial stock(around half a litre).. So 323km/7.3litres = 44.25 kmpl which is STILL incredible!

    • Rajeev, incredible indeed. Do you do mileage test runs for ARAI ;-p

    • Rajeev

      Naw, ur tips are paying off Faisal, except when a guy on a Fazer was foolish enough to taunt a decent guy in formals cruising at 50. Beat him within 150 metres ;)

    • Rajeev, without a doubt. Fazer is no match.

  • Rajeev

    And Faisal, what’s the ideal tire pressure for 200NS?? Few ppl around here say that 30/40PSI is ideal for the tubeless tires. But my bike manual says 25/35PSI.. Confused

    • Rajeev, test the 30/40 combo and see how it works for you. It all depends on what kind of ride quality you want.

    • Rajeev

      I had absolutely no issues when it was 30/40.. But, does it have any adverse effect on the tires? Keeping the pressure high helps me get better mileage right?

  • Rajeev

    Faisal, one last favour(hopefully), what should my tire pressures be ideally? My manual says 25-32/35 (front-solo rear/doubles rear).. But the guy at the gas station said it’s ideal to fill 30/40 PSI for tubeless tires.. Confused!

    • Rajeev, tyre pressure depends on you. Follow the manual and then see how the ride is. Tweak (+/- 2) and see how it turns out. Always fill air in cold tyres.

    • Rajeev

      Ok Faisal, thanks a ton :)

  • Faisal Sayyed

    Hey!! Hii Faisal, Im also having a Yellow – P200 NS from September 2012, I just wans 2 give it more nice look just like FF.. So please Faisal help me out:(

    • Faisal, you can’t as there are not kits available for it.

  • Faisal Sayyed

    Then 2 if at all u can show sumthing in modifing parts so please help…. im just 18 n i love to ride a bike on which people just stand n luk n says wow!! Awesome bike.. i love my NS in Naked but just want 2 change it by look, not more then that.. so please can you sugest me????

    • Faisal, don’t change anything, it will affect the bike’s performance.

  • Shankar

    i wood like to purchase 200FS along with ABS , FI , body balance , central lock.

    At present i have 150cc aug. 2006 model, avrage – 60 – 65 km, externally fitted central lock.

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