Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS Spotted again – Optional ABS to beat Hero Karizma ZMR, Yamaha R25 and Honda CBR250
‘Pulsar’ is the most exciting two wheeler models in the Indian market and it is unconditionally, the leader of performance bikes in India. All the variants of the Series launched so far resulted into huge successes and most of the Indian biking enthusiast are eagerly waiting for the upcoming models of the Series such as Pulsar 200 SS and 400 SS. We have been provided with several spy images of the 200 SS already and another test mule has been spotted recently.
Rumors were spread earlier this year that the launch of 200 SS is very near and the respective set of spy images of a unit captured at one of the dealership show rooms were responsible for all the buzz. However, everyone realized later that there is still some time for the model to reach market. As per Indian Autos Blog, another test mule of the upcoming super bike has been spotted while it being tested on the roads near Pune. The test mule was wearing camouflage on its body completely but some parts of the bike were left naked.
As we could observe from the respective spy images, the rear end gets fitted with the same one sided mud guard and tyre hugger which were seen on the Pulsar 200 NS earlier. However, the 200 SS is going to get a two piece tail light which is new and the split seats were also not seen before. The front end gets the same twin projector head lights but a set of eye brow shaped day time running LEDs have been added to it. It is also informed that Bajaj is likely to offer the buyers of the 200 SS with a choice to choose ABS on demand.
Bajaj is going to equip Pulsar 200 SS with the same 200 CC four stroke single cylinder triple spark engine that was seen on the 200 NS recently. The engine will come mated with a 6 speed gear box by default along with electronic fuel injection system and it is capable of producing 23.52 PS power at the peak along with 18.3 Nm of torque. Bajaj Pulsar 200 SS need to be capable of beating rival models such as Hero Karizma ZMR, KTM Duke 200, Yamaha R25 and Honda CBR 250.
[Source: Indian Autos Blog]