Bajaj launches its RS 200 sportsbike, with ABS braking system as an option.
The regular RS 200 costs Rs 1.18 lakh and the one with ABS brakes costs Rs 1.30 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom, Delhi.)
Sleek turn indicators and flush-fit daytime running lights are both LED units.
The RS 200 comes with a transparent visor up front that will help in deflecting the wind away from the rider.
Digi-analogue instruments make way here.
Switchgear includes a kill switch, and the bar end weights are standard.
Transformer-like design for the Pulsar RS 200; dual projector lights for illumination.
This is the first ABS-enabled product from Bajaj Auto.
The 300mm disc brake is the largest available across Bajaj’s range.
The Pulsar RS200 gets deep knee recesses.
RS stands for ‘Race Sport’.
Bajaj has given the RS 200 a strong tank guard.
The mesh given the RS 200 a transparent look.
Broad tail section has a sporty split seating option.
Stubby yet shapely muffler is finished in dual colour.
Rear monoshock is gas charged.
The RS 200 gets MRF rubber.
Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 gets grab rails dented on top of the rear panel.
Rear LED tail-light has a peculiar design.
Here's a detailed photo gallery of the new Bajaj Pulsar RS 200.
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