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Bajaj Pulsar NS, RS Series launched in New Colours
10/31/2020 11:00:30 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Oct, 31: Jammu Motors today launched new colour options for its Pulsar NS and RS series of motorcycles ahead of the festive season in an impressive function held at their showroom B.C. Road, Rehari, Jammu. Available in fresh colour options of Burnt Red (matte finish) and Plasma Blue (gloss finish), the new look completed with white alloy wheels. Front and rear fenders now have a carbon fibre texture, and a hot stamping pattern has been added to the seats.
The Pulsar RS 200 with dual-channel ABS is priced at Rs 1,54,035 (ex-showroom, New Jammu), while the Pulsar NS 200 is priced at Rs 1,32,755 (ex-showroom, Jammu), and Pulsar NS 160 at Rs 1,10,125 (ex-showroom, New Jammu). The new RS & NS series will be available at Bajaj Dealerships
Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 comes powered by a 200cc four-valve triple-spark DTS-i fuel-injected liquid-cooled engine that puts out 24 hp. It gets a 300mm disc brake up front and dual-channel ABS. The new Pulsar RS200 will now be available in three colour schemes: Burnt Red (Matte Finish), Metallic Pearl White and Pewter Grey.
The Pulsar NS200 is powered by the same 20cc four-valve engine that puts out 24 hp and the Pulsar NS 160 puts out 17 hp. The Pulsar NS 200 & NS 160 will be available in four new colour schemes: Burnt Red (Matte Finish), Metallic Pearl White, Pewter Grey and Plasma Satin Blue. The series also gets new all-white alloy wheels.
"The Pulsar RS200 and NS200 have always stood out by offering the latest in international technology in performance motorcycling. This festive season, we offer discerning motorcyclists an unbeatable combination of sporty responsive performance and eye-catching new looks that reaffirm Pulsar's market leadership", Vineet Aggarwal, Director, Jammu Motors said.
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