Bajaj Pulsar AS200 has dual lights, a projector for low beam carpet and a halogen bulb for headlight duty.
Transparent, tall visor up front will help deflect wind away from passengers.
Large, 280mm disc up front offered to ensure good braking manners.
Digi-analogue instrument console seen here.
Decent switchgear, grips and lever quality and handlebar end weights on offer.
‘AS’ stands for Adventure Sport.
The AS200 uses advanced technology - four valves per cylinder engine layout.
Factory-fitted tank grips on offer; the fuel-tank is derived from the one seen on the Pulsar 200NS.
Fuel knob done stylishly.
Black grab handles for the pillion.
Monoshock absorber with gas-filled canister.
Bajaj Pulsar AS200 has a 199.5cc, liquid-cooled engine.
Alloy foot pegs for rider.
Dual purpose tyres for the Adventure Sport models.
Stylish radiator cover.
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