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Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Test Ride Review

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Pulsar 200 NS Test Ride Review

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Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS Review

Bike tested: 2012 Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS

Price OTR Mumbai: Rs. 99,200/-

It was almost 11 years ago, when Bajaj Auto launched the first Pulsar, which changed the face of the Indian motorcycle industry. In the past decade, there have been many versions and facelifts of the Pulsar which kept the bike going strongly to a sales of 50 lakh units. The Bajaj Pulsar has become one of the most recognisable brands in India, with enthusiasts swearing by their bikes. There have been upgrades time and again but the recent one is the most significant. Yes, the Pulsar 200 NS, which is the second generation of the Pulsar, is on the Indian roads. We ride it to find out, if it is indeed a giant leap or not!

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Styling – The Bajaj Pulsar 200 NS is an extremely well styled motorcycle with the right use of muscle and edginess making it a head turner wherever you go. The sharply designed headlight, (which is Benelli inspired), the tank shrouds shooting forward, the sleekly crafted rear fenders, the front muscular mudguard (with a unique color pattern), the aluminum number plate holder, the split grab rails (borrowed from family’s younger sibling, the Pulsar 135) are the stand out points of the Pulsar 200 NS’ styling. The traditional Pulsar twin ‘dagger type’ LED tail light is mounted a bit differently than other Pulsars and makes the rear a bit quirky to our taste.

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The split mudguard, the not so fat looking rubber, an ugly looking saree guard is something we didn’t like. Standard red colored monoshock used with every color is a disappointment. The rear mudguard has been restyled and has a ‘Pulsar’ monogram on it. The hidden exhaust is something that the current Pulsar owners won’t take pleasantly and skipping on the engine belly fairing is also a bad idea. A very Pulsar-ish fact to the styling is that, it does not have any sort of stickers or graphics on it, just 4-valve and 200 NS badges on both sides. The red color which is used on the 200 NS, is not that good as the old Pulsar, which has a fantastic cocktail red. Paint job is good, deep and loads of glitter, a Bajaj forte over the time, which never fails to impress.

Head over to the next page to read about the console and ergonomics of the Pulsar 200 NS.

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  • Personally I liked this red color (wine red color) much more than earlier pulsars. I didn’t like earlier pulsars red. I agree strongly that if different colors were used in the monoshock it would be a treat. And yes Saree guard is to be removed if its not of your use but the small saree guard does justice if you require it.

  • rakesh

    awesome and detailed review, hats off guys, the best n most exhaustive review of the 200ns

  • Nish

    Test drove this yesterday in New Delhi.. Riding posture is very commuter like.. very upright.. Performance is not as crisp and punchy compared to my 3 year old TVS Apache RTR 180.. Love my Beast.. and still its scaringly fast :)

    • Manty Ahmed

      Comparing performance of rtr 180 with p200ns is a joke. Its NoWhere in the league of this premium performance product.

    • Aryan

      How can u compare Pulsar 200 NS with Apache ??? I know some people don’t like Pulsars that doesn’t mean Pulsars will always be the same it has changed a lot from last 10 years. now its the most advanced bike in 90’s K price list.
      0-100kmph: 9.83 seconds(lot better than any Apache), how much more crisp & punchy people needed at 94,000 Rs.

    • Pulsarboy

      Did you forget giving throttle or what, just check 0-60 or 0-100 timings of P200NS, it will anyday show a clean pair of heels to RTR, that too without any effort.

    • Nish, you simply can’t compare the RTR to the P200 NS. The P200 NS is way faster and is easily the fastest non-FI bike in the country!

    • adarsh

      brother I would say I am fan of rtr beast you should know that apache 180 does 0 to 85 in 6 seconds I m taking about beast new model and in proof you can watch video on you tube and by the way ns is good bike and I am confused between two I am going to buy one of them next month

    • Tushar Debe

      U have good sense of humour by the way Nish…
      But jokes apart apache is no where in the league..
      I have bought PULSAR 200NS 20 days ago… and had a drag racewith my freinds including 2 apache 180 and a 220..
      and there is no need to tell the results…
      so dnt again compare apaches with 200NS(even if u wish to)…

    • kailash

      @ nish how can u compare the 200 ns to apache… apache is nothing compared to p 200 ns…. looks speed power…

  • Superbly written Mohit!

  • deepan

    @Faisal- i thought the fuel efficiency should be a lot more than the duke 200, i own a duke and the fuel efficiency is very closely similar to 35-40Km/l . since there is triple spark plug i did expect more fuel efficiency from the 200ns.

    • Deepan, I am talking about city riding with high revving. This should give you 40+ in normal riding conditions.

    • Deepan

      ah okay hopefully i should see a lot more of these bikes on the streets of chennai, a bike that opened the doors for future prospects that too for a reasonable pricing. cheers to you guys for a good review and your efforts.

    • Thanks Deepan. I am glad you liked the review ;-)

  • viky

    Pulsar Have stickers…forgot Speedlines ? :D Finally Pulsar 200 NS arrived in our city. Waiting for Test drive !

  • viky

    FAS : Did you had acceleration and FE test ? What are the actual figures ?

    • Viky, acceleration is very very good. It does 100 km/h in around 10 seconds and FE is around 40 km/l. With ripping and redlining it should be between 35-40 km/l. Very impressive bike indeed.

  • sam

    wheres the exhaust? :O

    • Shyam

      @faisal, In some reviews it has been said that bike is pretty tall and riders with height less than 5.8” will face difficulty in touching feets in ground. What do you say abt it ?? BTW bike is looking very puny with u as a rider, what is your height ??

    • Shyam, yes the bike is quite tall. My height is 6 feet 2 and the 200 NS does look small for me. The Duke looks good though! Riders above 5 feet 5 should not have a problem.

  • Viky

    Fas..any news about launch with full fairing ?

    • Viky, no news about full fairing model yet but it is expected in the next 8 months time!

  • Arun prasadh

    What is the top speed?

  • shalson

    It will be too good, If Bajaj can bring out a better opponent for Full Fairing bikes like R15. that will be a fine treat to all pulsar maniacs where they can dare to park next to an R15. though am happy with my P180 and its performance but i didnt find a better chance to pick an R15 fairing kits when i decided make it more attractive. No wonder guys ll always love to ride hard and fast but the curves and its attractiveness are also required to show off to say “Hae she is my ride”

    • Agreed shalson they are coming out and it is official news from Bajaj themselves. And about NS they made the best looking sports Naked street fighter. So am happy about it. People are buying NS like anything although its a premium bike and not everyone can maintain 200cc bike. :)

  • amish

    brilliant review sir, very happy that bajaj has finally revamped their product completely under the skin, and gosh wat a product it is ,the p200 ns is one the best machines we have come across!

  • kailash

    i booked 200ns last monday but they say red is not available now. so i thiking to buy black colour. but anyways i liked red too much… is red colour available in other parts of the country… will black look good or i should wait for red…?

    • Kailash, red looks very good but black is not far behind. Colour choice depends on you but you can’t go wrong with black, its always suits a Pulsar.

    • Raghu

      hey can you tell how much time it can take for booking and also its on road price please my number is 8722777969 or email

  • prasan

    @Faisal sir, please may i knaw when p 200ns can see in SRI LANKA

  • sandy

    Had a test ride at Bangalore. Engine too smooth. Pick up is awesome… handling is incredible…
    My friend told me that the power it NS is less, u don’t feel the 23.5 BHP power. He suggested me to buy p220…
    I know what NS is…
    would any one advice My friend abt the power of NS..
    Presently he own a duke… :-)

  • sandy

    sorry Forgot to mention… Good review man….
    expecting still more from you…
    All the best

  • faisal sir iam 6ft1inch and vry cnfuse abt 200ns or duke which is btr suits me nd good in all aspects mny is nt an issue

    • Sahil, for your height you should opt the Duke 200.

  • Talha

    Hi Faisal,

    Ramzaan mubarak, I had one concern like I am 6ft 1 tall and just wanted to find out that whether 200NS would look good on me, as the only reason why I did not opt for R15 was that it looked too small.
    I am not planning to opt for duke because of mileage and cost otherwise I did love the bike.
    Please suggest!

    • Thanks Talha. For your height, neither the R15 nor the Pulsar 200 NS will suit much. Get the Duke 200 or the CBR250R.

  • Vinay

    Hi Faisal, I tested three different NSs in three different showrooms, and I found that all of them had an insane amount of vibration creeping up through the seat and onto the handlebars once you cross the 4000 RPM mark. This continues upto 7000 RPM after which it smoothens out a bit, but the vibrations are still very present as you cross this range. I’m wondering if this violence will disappear after the first service, or if by some incredible coincidence, I happened to go to the three showrooms in Bangalore which had the most unrefined test bikes of the NS lot. Did you not face similar problems with your test bike?

    • Vinay, I did not feel vibrations but once I checked the on-board camera, I saw lots of vibrations on it. We did the runs on the smoothest road in Mumbai (Palm Beach). So the Pulsar 200 NS does have very little vibes at high revvs. Test ride bikes are badly abused so higher chances of vibes on them.

    • Vinay

      Nope! I test rode them the very day they arrived at the showroom. They had run an average of 20 km when I took them out for a spin, which is why I was wondering if the vibes were because they were brand new and not run-in yet. And I rode them on smooth roads too, and these were the kind of vibrations that you really feel through the seat and the handlebars. What surprised me is that the Duke felt like butter in comparison to the NS, though both use essentially the same engine.

      Anyway, I’ll revisit the showroom/s in a couple of months to test ride and vibe-check some bikes that have been run-in. Or if a friend of mine buys one, that’s even better! Hehe!

    • Vinay, one of our forum member says that after first service the bike feels much much better.

  • Raghu

    hey can you tell how much time it can take for booking and also its on road price, mileage please my number is 8722777969 or email

  • Bharath

    Hello Faisal :) u have an amazing knowledge on this bike dude u rockkk :) Can u answer Vinay’s question even i felt the same i have booked 200NS and ill get this beast on this Friday . . when compared to 220F , 200 NS is good right ?? though i have booked NS am confused waiting to hear a word from u and make my mind strong sticking to 200NS Please Advise.

    • Thanks Bharath. However this article was written by Mohit. You should get the 200 NS, eyes closed without a second thought.



    • Abhisek, rear options you should get Michelins. If you don’t ride hard or corner hard, you can change the tyres later. Else you should do it right away and you will even get a good value for your old tyres.

    • Vamsi

      Hai Faisal ….!!
      I’m vamsi .. I don’t have a bike right now ..!!
      I want to have my 1st bike as pulsar 200NS ..
      My height is 5’6 will it suit me ..!!
      Plss help me ..!!

    • Vamsi, yes it will suit you.

    • Vinay

      Hi Bharath, glad to meet someone who agrees with my observation. Yes, compared to the 220F, the NS is leagues ahead. I liked everything about the bike except the vibrations like I mentioned, and the quality of switch-gear. Otherwise, I think you can blindly go ahead and buy it like Faisal said. Good luck!

    • Manty Ahmed

      vinay, a brand new bike when redlined will giv some vibs.try riding a proper run-in done NS, the vibes wil b very minimal & only at very high rpms.

    • Vinay

      Hi Manty, I did not red line it. The vibrations I felt were between 4000 and 7000 RPM and were quite violent. The bike got slightly smoother beyond this range. Please read my previous comments above.

  • Pavan

    Hi Fiasal,

    A very well articulated review..!! I’m 5 feet 10″ tall and was not able to decide on r15 or 200 NS to go with.. Please suggest me.

    • Pavan, get the Pulsar 200 NS. Review is written by Mohit Soni, so credit for the good review goes to him ;-)

  • Bharath

    Thank u Faisal n Vinay :) now i feel satisfied , will surely tell u guys howz my bike performing:) ill be getting it this Friday eager to ride it :)

    • Bharath, you are getting your bike tomorrow. Hoping to read your buying and delivery experience on the forums.

  • sandy


    I test rode them at jayanagar showroom…. I dint find any kind of vibs…. Engine was too smooth.

    • Vinay

      Strange. I’ll go check it out again.

    • sandy

      @vinay.. i agree with u . There is light vibration at high RPM… I think it doesnt affect the Bike performance

  • Joy

    Hi Folks,
    I am not a Pulsar lover at all.
    Hated the handling and the gear shift for the bikes. but this is the best pulsar version I ever drove. Perfect handling and balance, no enigne knocking at 40km on 6th gear.
    Brembo brakes are just the perfect.
    I read your review and planning to get a Black blue colour for the bike.
    I had a test ride, and accelerated above 4000rpm, I did not find the vibrations as hard as described.
    After all, Its a 200cc engine roaring, not a scooty.

    • Joy, yes the engine is hugely improved. Black looks very good indeed. So when are you booking it?

  • Joy

    Just would expect a better console for the bike, because the yellow low fuel led is always on, unless you maintain good quantity of petrol in the bike.
    Rest its Awesome…

  • Bharath

    Hello Faisal :) its been 3 days and i have rode 350KM the bike is performing good yet to know the millage i guess before 1st service u can expect 35km .. Did u find any extra sound in engine ?? coz am facing tat sound in my bike will it be fine after 1st service ?? also the horn sound is very low :( breaking is amazing :) But to be very frank Bajaj have used low quality product on this bike it might be coz of cost reduction . . . .

    • Bharath, yes cost cutting does happen on the Pulsar but again that is done to meet pricing targets.

  • jamil

    i have owned pulsar 200 ns and i have done 1st service also and my question is for getting proper average till what speed i should ride in city conditions……?

    • Jamil, around 60 km/h.

    • arunrajsb

      please tell me the current mileage after your 1st survice

  • Arun

    Booked pulsar 200ns black on 30 July here at Trivandrum, Kerala. On road price of Rs.93992. It’s gonna be my very first bike. Will be picking up my beast from the showroom before 15-th of August.

    • Arun, congrats. Do share with us your ownership report.

  • talha ansari freksterzz

    i m 5 foot 9 inch tall so wat to buy duke or 200ns and of which colour blue or red
    and one thing more is 200ns is a dirt bike

    • Talha, Duke 200 is not a dirt bike, nor is the 200 NS. I like the red color though blue also looks very appealing. Get which ever bike fits your budget. I would suggest the Duke 200.

  • joy Thomas

    i currently own the piece and up untill now had no faith in bajaj whatso ever,
    The power is brilliant as the engine is totally built to KTM specs,the mileage is yet to be checked,the handling is brilliant i know,because the previous bike i owned was a yamaha 135 -5 speed.Brakes finally work for a bajaj bike and its brilliant and they are bybre not brembo.engine is smooth and torquey very to be specific,all in all the best bike for the price in the market.i have the red and black combination. :)))
    peace out!!!!

  • mukul garg

    hey faisal tell me cbr 150 r or pulsar 200 ns vich one should i prefer?

    • Mukul, I would suggest the Pulsar 200 NS.

  • dr Bhour singh

    awasome looks of bike…

  • Arun

    The guys at bajaj showroom told me that pulsar 200ns red is not available in kerala till date. Is it true or are they just bluffing?…

  • sank

    thnx… for gr8 n brief review …
    bt jss tel me it ll suit me i m of 5.6
    n what to do if bike get puncture(there is no middle stand so…)
    otherwise its a great bike its class….

    • Bharath

      Hey Sank :) if ur height is more than 5.5 this bike will suit u ,also u will get a center stand and it ll cost u 650 rs in showroom itself :) if u have plans for buying this bike go for it . . 200 ns rocks i own this bike and am getting millage of 42+ before 1st service :)

  • m happy with my yamaha fz-s (cyber green)…..dnt likes this somewat a copied design

    • rahul

      who told its copied of FZ Fz looks like a desi dog

      Ns 200 rokzzzzzzzzz

  • Ahmed

    Hi Faisal..i just wanted to make sure,my height is 5’6 ,weill I be comfortable with this bike ???

  • ankith

    hi faisal, i had booked 200ns yesterday. But now i got a doubt. Is there any technical problems like 180? I got many problems with 180. And i am a racer. Will 200ns suits me for races? I used 220 but it’s sporks gets vibrated when i was at 150kmph. What abt 200ns? If it too like this, i will cancel my order. Pls tell me!!!!!

  • Arjun

    Hey faisal bro.. im 19 and 5 8′
    im confusd abt 200ns or bullet.. im a medical student n all i hav to ride is 200m crappy road to hospital every day.. wats ur opinion?

  • vikrant

    Yamaha r15 v2.o or pulsar 200 ns ?
    it will b my first bike

    • VIKRAM

      of course R15../…

    • $ree

      Go for r15 if all dat u needed is looks …
      and NS200 ,gives u the power ,the thrill of riding …

  • Amish

    Go for Ns200

  • JOHN

    GOSH!! I couldnt believe Pulsar 200NS has that capacity.
    It was smooth like butter @ the higher speed.

    For first time I faced competition from R15, and I won…….
    However I didnt have a pillion rider as he had but i was happy to see my PULSAR 200NS was extremely smooth as butter at higher speeds.
    5th and 6th gear were extremely smooth!!!!!!
    Beautiful it was.

    Guys buy 200NS no doubt it is not the old PULSARs , it is Gen X bike…

  • arunrajsb

    planning to buy this bike
    my friends told me to buy p220
    please tell me the mileage of both after 1st survice

    • vivek

      Around 42 milage

    • Nikhil

      42-45 is good for this bike

  • RAJ

    Hi Faisal,I hv gr8 passion about pulsar.
    I hv pulsar 150(2003 model) since my college times I tell u it is too good till now ,still i dive it at top speed of aroud 120km/hr, I m planning to buy pulsar again pls suggest pulsar 220f, pulsar200ns, i m totally mad about racing pls suggest me soon.


    i dont think pulsar NS 200 have that power which exist in R15….i have ride 200NS but it didnot gave me that satisfaction which i got frm R15…..bcoz it doesnt loose its control when you ride at the top speed of 138 km/hour……it doesnt produce vibration…and noise…bt i found vibration n instability in PULSAR NS 200 … yes YAMAHA…..

  • JOHN

    I am Sure Yamaha R15 is a good Bike.
    My Younger Brother has R15 old Model YZF (NOT V2)
    But Being Practical R15 is 17 BHP Vehicle and we have to accep it.
    I have driven it to Tamil Nadu and many times to Kerala from Bangalore and I am sure it cannot match with 23.5 BHP of 200NS
    In Fact I have asked my Bro to ride it for one more year and wait for Pulsar 350 to arrive!!!!!
    Believe me I Used to HATE PULSAR but Once I took a test Ride and I knew I have to Buy it.
    I bought it within Next 5 Days.

    Mileage around 37 KMPL
    I Touched 140kmph Speed (with Pillion Rider) Last weekend and believe me there was a Very negligible vibration.

    And Yes 220 is a good Bike but too many issue are felt while riding is what I have heard…..

    I have never ever Driven it , But I am sure 200NS is worth trying!

    • VIKRAM

      i dont say 200 pulsar NS is totally bad bt like the john’s depends on rider…and i must say that it can go on higher speed … in my group….we prefer R15….V2.0….it is why bcoz japanease technology is far better than other exists.

    • Tausif Ahmad

      Above review is totally fake don’t believe anybody.

    • Tausif Ahmad

      Above review is totally fake don’t believe anybody.

  • JOHN

    Hi Vikram,

    How is R15 V2 compared to previous model.
    I have never taken V2 for a ride :(

  • JOHN

    Hi Guys,
    Wanna take my Bike for a long ride this weekend Saturday and Sunday(29/30 sep) from Bangalore ,Anybody who wants to Join / drive their bikes for a long ride let me know.

  • abhishek

    bajaj 200ns looks nice in pics . but not real . my friend have this bikes . its not look that much great . what company say .. its technicaly super bike . but in looks its agly bike .. wake up people its time to rock . prefer sports type bikes . all girls likes r15 type sports bikes . not like 150 cc bike normal look .

    • Abhishek, for the price, it does look very good.

    • Avishek

      I am agree with u brother but realy bajaj need to think about its rear end pls if u can pls make that happen……

    • Rajeev

      Abhishek, you speak like a guy who’s more interested in enticing girls than riding a bike! :D
      I’d never pay 20k more for an R15 when i already know that NS is a better performer. Trust me, I was planning on buying an R15(V2) all along until i got to keep my friend’s NS for half a day.. Even half a day is too much, all u need is 15 minutes to fall in love with that bike


    hii faisal…i am so condused which one to use r15 or pulsar 200 ns . pleaseeee tell me which one is the besttttttttttttttt ……….. and gave a good mileage

  • vineeth

    which tire is good for 200ns? Plz specify the size to!

  • Nisamudheen.

    I would like to know the average mailage of pulsar n’s 200

    • Nisamudheen, Pulsar 200 NS mileage is 40 km/l.

  • anandu pradeep

    which color of pulsar 200ns has more damand?

  • Agnal

    I am extremely depressed with my ns’s fuel efficiency.before second service it provided 35-40 per litre in city and highway conditions.after second service figure dropped to 28-32 in both conditions.what might be the mistake?

    • RAMESH


    • Salim =)

      ramesh bajaj isnt that bad lolzz … its just ifuwanna go formore powerand bhp than an individual shuldnt keepa trackof its milage

  • Salim =)

    ireally dont trust in NS’s milage cauz more the power lesser the milage …45Km/l isnt possible…

  • Shrikant

    Hi Friends , I took 200 NS on 1st March 2013 …No problems as of now..Will keep posting the experience.

    • Shrikanth, congrats. What colour? How much time for delivery?

  • Karthik

    wan to buy a bike,
    Pulsar 200 NS or Pulsar 220 m confused between deez 2 which one is better in case of mileage, speed and handling……….my frndzzs suggest me fr 220 cz it vives value for money as well as it is a trusted bike.
    plz plz plz suggest me which one is better…. :(

    • Karthik, have you read our Pulsar 200 NS vs Pulsar 220 comparison?

  • hemant

    guys plzzz tell wch one is good bike pulsor 2oo vs r15 I I want to buy in ths week plz hlp

  • Rammuana

    In what ways R15 is better than P200NS? i want to buy in next week..can anyone help me plizzz

    • Rammuana, have you read our R15 vs P200 NS shootout review?

  • Jay

    Is this bike suitable for an entry level rider.

    at around 95kgs and 6ft tall I find the 125-150 cc’s a bit to small for me.

  • shardul kamble

    I took pulsar 200ns (yellow clr)
    just 1 question
    can i fit petrol lock to my bike

    • Mohit Soni

      Yes sure, why not

  • Abhimanyu

    Bought 200 NS on 1st March and soon named it Vanquish cause i don’t love Pulsar. After riding it got to know that this is unlike any other Pulsar available for sale today. Yeah there are some problems like less turning radius (which i got used to after some time). It needs effort in maneuvering the vehicle through crowded roads of Delhi, and I think it’s because of wide handlebars and weight of the Vanquish ( I used to ride Stunner before this and believe me that was extremely flick able). Breaks are too good but i feel because of mass production Bajaj is unable to concentrate on quality because both of the discs rubs to the pads at certain point over a cycle. Come to the fuel Efficiency, while 1st thousand kms when i rode the bike at maximum 48km/h as per the manual it returned me 49 kmpl for the second thousand kms when i rode the bike at 56 km/h it returned me 42 kmpl in city rides. After completing the run-in when i pushed it to limits and kept the rpm needle at 7000 rpm it returned me 30kmpl. On a highway ride of 800 kms recently when i kept the speeds over 80 and below 100 it returned me 43 overall (Calculated through reserve to reserve method) and i am more than OK with these mileage figures because My stunner used to give 40kmpl overall. And these all calculated just because of my mileage obsessed mind like all Indians and because i upgraded from a 125 CC to 200 CC. ( CC Matters :) ). Vibrations are the eseential part of this bike and that is inevitable by any service or other things. Vanquish get butter smooth after 85km/h and i am OK with that because most of the times i keep rolling on highways. The best of Vanquish comes once you cross 5K RPM mark, It pulls like anything and it blows all it drawbacks.

  • subas

    i am 6ft.. will pulsar 200ns suite me?

  • yankee

    i am planning to buy 200ns next. My height is 5’6″ . Is my height is below the required height to ride 200ns

  • yankee

    Thank you….actualy in my town there is no demo bike available in dealer for test ride…

    • Yankee, what is your budget? What are your requirements?

    • yankee

      my budget is around 1lkh….and my requirements are….good ride quality…reasonable mileage….and last but not least is awsome looks….

    • Then you should look at the Yamaha Fazer.

    • yankee

      fazer lack of power….i am in love with 200ns…is 200ns sound irritates while riding it….i feel its sound like an auto

    • Yankee, get the Pulsar 200 NS then, it’s a VFM bike.

  • biswajit

    i want to buy 200ns.
    what is its millege? what are d major problems of the bike..

  • biswajit

    going to book my 200ns tommorow……m confuse between the yellow n the blue colour…suggest me the best colour…

  • biswajit

    thanx Faisal….my priority was also with blue colour..

    • Biswajit, booked your Pulsar? When are you getting it?

  • biswajit

    got my 200ns… is just awxum….mine 200ns is yellow… vibe at all…

    • Biswajit, congratulations buddy. Do share some pics.

  • biswajit

    i had clicked lots of pics on its firstday….but how can i share this pics with you guys…

    • You can either email them to me or post them in our forums.

  • Biswajit

    I’m getting overheating issue after every 5 km…Is it normal or am in a problem??
    And also how to check the millege my 200ns..

    • Biswajit, it’s not normal for bike to heat. To check mileage, simply fill full tank of fuel, ride it for around 100-150 kms and again fill full tank. See how many kms you rode and how much fuel went and divide it.

  • Nitesh

    I buy p200ns 8 m0nth bck blue clr, it vibe a bit bt nt like 220. And i am getting a mileage of 40+. .So i gues best bike at ths price.

  • tejas

    Hii faisal…
    I am tejas…iam 5 feet 5 tall..
    Will pulsar 220suit me…?

  • tejas

    Thnxx faisal bhaii… Iam tkng black 220pulsar on 14/9/13…

  • Shahbaz Quraishi

    Assalam Alaikum My Height is 5’4 inches, I am confused about will Pulsar NS 200 be the right bike for me.
    Even this is my First Bike and I will always be driving double seat with my wife (for up down ) from one home to another and with my brother for daily office routine.

    Please reply at the earliest as I have booked it without thinking twice and it will get delivered in next 4 days.


    • Yes the 200 NS is a good bike although it’s not the best for a frequent pillion rider.

  • vinay

    hi, i bought my red p200 ns a fortnight back, superb handling,, never had such confidence on any of the pulsar(s) till now…… still in run in period, have a lot to explore and experience.. overall grt bike

  • Ravi Roshan

    Hey guys,
    I am 6.3 and love to purchase 220. But 200ns is much better than 220 in every aspect, I wanna go for it.
    Is it suitable for my height as 220 has mentioned 1165 mm as height while 220ns has 805 mm.

  • rupak

    everything is fine with ns200 but i dont know y i felt rear monoshock is not smooth n gives a bumpy ride,may b i may b rong but wnt to know abt othr riders view on the rear monoshock….

    • What air pressure are you filling?

    • Prabhu

      Hai rupak I took delivery of Pulsar 200 ns only yesterday and am also having the same problem everithing is fantastic, but bumpy ride even on very small pot holes. Not tested the tyre pressure yet. hopefully that solves the problem. While giving delivery the showroom guy told me to check air pressure outside as there was no power at the showroom to run their compressor. Dear Shri rupak have you checked Tyre pressure and has it solved your problem.

  • saroha

    If I am getting r15 version1.0 the earluer one model and pulsar 200 ns second hand at same price,which one I should I take.

  • Britto joseph .kerala .thrissur

    Good milage.un expectable power.really sporty.good look .less price.bajaj rocksssssss

  • G1

    Mohit it was good review.I’m getting second hand of NS which is 500km run & 15 days old,Registration No. is not yet rcvd on 5th Jan he will be getting it, price @ 90k is it good deal or some prob.Pls suggest

  • Rohit Kumar

    Got the Red Black 2014 Bajaj Pulsar 200ns on 22nd December.
    Its my first bike and I m lovin it.

  • Praveen

    Faisal: I’m 6ft and planning for a bike in these 3- Pulsar 200NS, Pulsar 220 and CBR-150, Please suggest me a Right one.

    • I would pick the CBR150R.

    • Praveen

      Thanks Faisal :)

  • nimesh

    guys i wish to buy pulsar 200ns.
    could u guys pls tell me about my opinion, whether it is right or wrong.
    pls tell the genuine review that u have got from the 200ns while riding

  • kiran

    Hi faisal,
    I like upright riding position and naked bike. But I think 200ss will have sporty ride position and fairing which I dont like.
    Kindly tell me whether pulsar 200 NS with fuel injection is on cards? When is probable launch? Or if not, should I get 200NS straight way?

    • Wait for sometime, 200 NS will be updated.

  • kiran

    Had ride on 200ns today. I am 5.7feet, but I felt it to be tad higher sitting position. I wasnt comfortable at all.
    Whats rationale of such high sitting position?

  • Abhi

    Kiran, U Can Go It, Bcz It Delivers Ultimate Sitting Nd Comfort Level, Really I Enjoy It When I Start My Beast Each Time… .. .

  • shankar

    faisal whether white with black colour is good? can we go for it?

  • praveen chinnala

    I bought new dual theme passion red & black one 4 months ago, wat i say its a kind of bike that we cant compare it with others its completly different package. When i go for highway ride it acts like a rocket, speeds will reach 120km/hr with any blink eye of no need to push hard on that. Several times i had competition with KTM bikes believe me it will tough fight for them. Second thing about mileage depends on us how we ride the bike under standard riding conditions i.e 50 to 55 km/hr it will deliver around more than wat we going to expect @ 55 kmpl. Third case rear styling should have been better the same has done in gixxer would preferable. There are some minor changes rear tire hugger is expanded compare to previous one, flying B logo is missing on the key, compare to previous it lacks minor power may be bajaj detuned it for fuel effeciency, tats y people r choosing the latest one i had seen enough white & black colors on road (Vizag) may not sure in other areas.
    Finally gr8t product by bajaj especially for reasonable amout @ Rs 101000/- on road. Planning to upgrade in near future for CS 400 i definetly go for this.

  • praveen

    @ 4786 km till date

  • praveen jha

    Hi, Faisal..i am 6’2″ tall..suggest me best five bikes that suits me …upto 200cc exept budget is 1 lakh INR….

  • kunjan

    Hey I want to buy a bike n my planning is in about 15 days. I am very confused between 200 ns and royal Enfield classic 350??
    I want power…..cruising..
    seriously m very confused please tell me which one is best?

    • Abhishek

      None of these. Buy a Honda CB trigger, for me it is the best bike. It also looks manlier than pulsars

    • Abhiraj

      both of them are in different league..Bullet is more of an emotional thing than just a bike.If you had that emotion you would never compare it with other bikes.If you love RE just go for it.But NS is some sort of an all rounder which can you can throw anything at.

  • Kapish

    My height is 5 feet 4 inch….is this height good for 200ns

    • Not really but you will get used to it.

    • Kapish

      Am i making right choice ……i am a bit skinny …is 200ns good for me…i can spend only 1 lakh…..are there any other good options for me (It dont matter if it looks sporty or naked or not)like any other pulsar or discover or any other company’s bike……….can u give some suggestions

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