Bajaj calls it the fastest Pulsar yet and we believe that could be true. We have ridden the motorcycle and are quite impressed with it.
The Pulsar RS200 is dominated by a muscular look.
The tail lamps are unique and stay true to the concept which was showcased at the expo last year.
A high quality fuel tank cap is a straight lift from the Pulsar 200NS.
Twin projector headlamps along with LED daytime running lights are a straight lift from the RC twins.
Bajaj has got better gripping MRF rubber boots for the Pulsar RS200 rather than the Eurogrips found on other high-performance Pulsars.
The stubby exhaust can remind one of the silencer from the old Yamaha FZ.
The meter dials are the most comprehensive units this side of supersport motorcycles.
The Pulsar RS200 is very responsive and confident, though bumps at really high speeds need you to have the confidence to stay on the throttle.
Turn is quick enough – but not very quick – and the Pulsar RS200 feels sporty without really feeling too sharp for new riders.