Feb 10, 2012

6 Pulsar 200NS: Initial Ride Reviews

Top auto journalists of the country get the first taste of the Pulsar 200NS..

The recently unveiled Pulsar 200NS has impressed the top auto journalists of the country. Posted below are links to the reviews posted by the various publications.

Photo: xBhp

The following lines posted by BikeIndia probably sums the Pulsar 200NS:

"Shift+Delete. Forget everything that you know about Pulsars. Throw all your preconceived notions about how the addition of KTM chromosomes into the Pulsar DNA ought to turn out, out of the window.

Because, and we are glad to report this, the Pulsar 200NS is a completely different breed of beast from its predecessors, and interestingly enough, even from the bike it shares its platform with, the KTM 125 and 200 Duke.
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From the reviews it seems that the new Pulsar 200NS has a very refined and vibration free engine. The handling also seems to have improved by leaps and bounds. Click on the links to read the original articles:

>> Bike India: The New Order

>> AutocarIndia: Pulsar 200NS Test Ride Review

>> Overdrive: Pulsar 200NS First Ride

>> BS Motoring: Pulsar 200NS First Ride

>> xBhp: Pulsar 200NS First Impressions




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6 Comments:

VIJAY BHUYAN said...

waiting for your review too Satadal Da....

Anonymous said...

bro can i fit p220 with the rear size tyre or 200ns?

S.P - Biker Next Door said...

Will post my review as soon as I get to ride it.

About replacing the tyre of the P220 with the tyre of the P200NS, can't answer obviously because I don't know the answer.

Anonymous said...

thanks for yr blog S.P.-Biker next door-yr reviews which comes from knowledge and experience in biking is awesome and very helpful indeed...though not related to the above post, i do have a question or two for you---is it ok for me to keep my bike in my garage for about 4 months as i will be away for my studies outside my state?? or is there some way in which i can maintain it???---i don't like to give my bike for sum1 to ride during my absence for so long...looking forward to your helpful insights....btw i owned a P220 dts-fi...thanks in advance.

S.P - Biker Next Door said...

@Above,

If you plan to store your bike for a long period, then you can take the following steps.

1. Remove the battery, drain the petrol from the tank

2. When you plan to start the bike after the long period, change the engine oil, put in petrol, make sure that the battery has good charge when you reconnect it.

Jiten said...

Great Amazing..

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