The new Pulsar RS 200 TVC looks interesting while the bike gets more attainable with its new Rs. 3499/- EMI scheme available for a limited period.

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While everyone may have a different opinion about the Bajaj Pulsar and its varying versions, one thing that we can all agree upon is that the Indian automaker comes with some very interesting ads for its flagship offering and has been consistently doing so over the past couple of years. The automaker’s latest TVC takes that lineage further showing its new title the ‘Fastest Pulsar Yet’ (not the fastest Indian anymore as that honour has been taken by sibling KTM Duke/RC 390). In addition to the advert, the automaker has also started an EMI scheme for a limited period in a bid to make the model more attainable.

The latest Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 advert continues to keep things international as it blows past everyone in literal sense. Talking about the EMI scheme, the offer is available for a limited period and can be availed at select Bajaj dealerships with the finance also being provided by the outlet. Moreover, the Rs. 3499/- EMI scheme is applicable on the RS 200 non-ABS variant with a tenure of 48 months.

This does push the final price on the Pulsar RS 200 to Rs. 1,40,407 (on-road, Maharashtra) while attracting a down payment of Rs. 33,224/-. For the ABS equipped variant, the EMI amount increases to Rs. 4143/- over the same period while pushing the on-road price to Rs. 1,53,925/- in Maharashtra. The down payment is lower though at Rs. 27,014/-. Bajaj is also offering the option to exchange your old bike with the RS which can be used as a down payment.

For the record, the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 is powered by a 199.5cc single-cylinder engine with fuel-injection tuned for 24.5 PS and 18.6 Nm of torque, paired to a 6-speed gearbox. A perimeter frame underpins the full-faired Pulsar which is equipped with telescopic front forks and a monoshock setup at the rear. The extra spread of metal also makes the RS heavier, taking the total kerb weight to 165 kgs. Other interesting bits include an LED tail light and eyebrows, twin projector headlights and an analog-digital instrument console.

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