The Pulsar RS 200 has definitely helped Bajaj strike a chord with customers looking for a step up from commuter-class motorcycles, and the company has now launched a new paint scheme for the bike. Dressed in all black, this RS 200 is called the ‘Fear The Black’ edition. It looks a lot more aggressive, and is a throwback to the late 2000s, when the Pulsar 180 was launched in the ‘Fear The Black’ edition.
While the engine and a couple of other mechanical parts carry the same bronze paint, majority of the bike is finished in black, while there are some nice red and grey accents to add character. Of the recently launched RS 200, AS 200 and the AS 150, only the AS models are available in a black paint scheme. With the sportier RS now available in all-black, one could expect the AS models too to get it soon.
The RS 200 gets a single-cylinder 199.5 cc liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine that churns out 24.2bhp and 1.9kgm of torque, mated to a six-speed gearbox.
The ‘Fear The Black’ edition will be on sale alongside the red and yellow paint shades, at no extra cost.