Bajaj Auto has recently launched Pulsar NS200 and Pulsar NS160 as a Dominar 200 and Dominar 160 in Brazil and South American market. Pulsar NS200 or NS160 is one of the most popular, budget friendly, modern and muscular naked street fighters which attracted a large following in the Nepali and Indian markets. Its price and performance is one of the major points for its demand. Ns 200 which is launched by the name of Dominar 200 in Brazil is loved by many youth because of its performance and it is a value for money product in the 200 cc segment. Bajaj know their customer so they modified and gives updates to their product time to time. Recently Bajaj gives the update with a BS6 compliant engine with FI and single channel ABS for Nepali and Indian market. Now Bajaj moves one step ahead and gives more update on its performance segment bikes with added features like Upside down fork at front and gear position indicator in Brazil. Bajaj NS200 has naked wolf design, high performing engine and best handling in the segment. The motorcycle is currently available from the brand in four lovely color schemes with sporty graphic accents that improve its overall appearance.

Design and Style of the Bajaj Pulsar NS200

In terms of design, there is change in front suspension with addition of upside down fork and a projector headlight. Rest of the other things remains same with its old aggressive look and a more sculpted body panel. The headlight unit of the motorcycle has projector headlight with blue tint, while the tail light has received an LED upgrade. The engine problem light that has been added to the console is another improvement to the NS200 model that complies with BS6. The motorcycle still has a split seat configuration, but now it also has LED turn indicators that are connected to the taillight at the back.

Engine and gearbox for the Bajaj Pulsar NS200

Bajaj Dominar 200 in Brazil market has high performing BS4 Engine variant. The same 199.5cc, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder compliant engine is capable of producing a maximum torque of 18.3 Nm @ 8000 rpm and higher power of 23.5 HP @ 9500 rpm. The 6-speed gearbox is still connected to the engine. This engine gets fuel injection engine with three spark plugs. Advance liquid cooling system is used to cool the bike and provides optimum performance at high temperatures,

Instrument Console for the Bajaj Pulsar NS200

Recently launched Dominar 200 in Brazil gets Gear position indicator in its semi-digital instrument unit that can provide accurate riding data. This bikes gets an engine problem light, although all other informational elements are the same. A digital speedometer, trip meter, odometer, ABS Indicator and fuel gauge are all included in the console. In addition, the console incorporates a built-in analog tachometer and numerous other rider-assistance indicators.

Suspension and brakes of NS200

The Newly launched Dominar 200 or Bajaj Pulsar NS200’s suspension system consists of upside down forks up front and a Nitrox Monoshock Absorber at the back. A 300mm front disc brake and a 230mm rear disc brake with a single-channel ABS are included in the braking system as standard. There is rumors of dual channel variant as optional in Brazil. The motorcycle has two 10-spoke alloy wheels with 100/80-17 52P tires up front and 130/70-17 62P tires at the back.

The dimensions, top speed, and mileage of the Bajaj Pulsar NS200

The Newly launched Dominar200 or Bajaj Pulsar NS200 in Brazil has same dimensions of 2017 mm in length, 804 mm in width, and 1075 mm in height based on a perimeter frame. The motorcycle’s ground clearance measures 168 mm, and the seat height is 805 mm as it is in Indian and Nepali market. The motorcycle has a 1363 mm wheelbase and weighs 156 kg at the curb. Its gasoline tank has a 12-liter capacity, and the motorcycle can reach a top speed of 136 kph. The NS200 offers a fuel efficiency of 30 to 35 kilometers per liter.

NS200 Colors and Graphics by Bajaj Pulsar

Customers can choose from four color schemes for the Dominar 200 Or Bajaj Pulsar NS200 They are, Pewter Grey, Burnt Red, Metallic Pearl White, and Satin-Blue. The fuel tank and the engine guard at the bottom have different color schemes, while the motorbike models’ overall body panels have been given a black color scheme. The brand has added 3D branding to the gasoline tank’s top, enhancing the overall violent street fighter appearance.

Expected Updates in NS200 and NS160 in Nepal and India

  • Upside Down Fork
  • Gear indicator
  • Dual channel ABS

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