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The new Pulsar is a looker alright. But for some, the styling may be a shade too flamboyant.
Its masked, twin-projector, headlight-equipped nose reminds one of the Yamaha YZF-R1.
The small see-through visor is effective in deflecting wind at high speeds.
The instrument panel is broad and well laid out.
The palm grips feel nice to touch.
Petal type single rotor 300mm disc brake in front.
230mm disc provides stopping power at the rear. RS 200 is the first Pulsar to offer ABS.
The 199.5cc, four-stroke engine is shared with the Pulsar 200NS but here, it gets fuel-injection tech. As a result, power is up by one bhp to 24.2bhp.
The stubby end-can is typically Pulsar.
Nitrox-charged monoshock takes care of suspension duties at the rear.
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