Royal Enfield Himalayan Sleet Edition for your Expeditions!

Royal Enfield Himalayan Sleet Tourer

Features standard ‘Explorer Kit’ and water-resistant panniers; production limited to 500 units.

Royal Enfield has added yet another iteration to its ‘Himalayan’ adventurer tourer range – the ‘Sleet’ snow camouflage edition for those buyers who rejoice the spirit of expeditions. The special edition is priced at INR 2,12,666, on-road price, Chennai. The online registration is already live now, and the sale date for the motorcycle is 30th January 2018.

Also Read: Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Debuts

Visually, the snow-themed camouflaged paint job is attractive, especially for touring bikes like Himalayan. The Sleet model comes with the ‘Explorer Kit’ as a standard fitment, along with off-road style cross-brace aluminium handlebar and an engine guard. The mounting rails in the bike can hold 26 litre capacity panniers each, while the panniers are made of aluminium and are water-resistant. Extra protection to handle-bar in terms of end weight has been enabled.

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2018 Royal Enfield Himalayan Sleet Edition is limited to only 500 units in the Indian market.

Rest of the mechanical and tech specs are same as the regular Himalayan. The engine is a 411 cc air-cooled, single pot SOHC unit that is fuel-injected. It is housed inside a half-duplex split cradle frame. Paired to a 5-speed gearbox, the engine generates 24.5 bhp of max power at 6,500 rpm, and 32 Nm of peak torque at 4,250 rpm. The bike is suspended with 41 mm telescopic fork in the front wheel and a mono-shock with linkage at the rear.

Also Read: Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Revealed

The Himalayan Sleet edition is around INR 28,000 expensive than the regular variant. The exclusive edition also enjoys 2-year warranty as the other models from the brand. The Sleet takes on Kawasaki Versys-X 300 in the local market.

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KTM 390 Duke: Indian Motorcycle of the Year 2018

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The 390 Duke secured 107 points to claim the title, winning over 20 new bikes launched this year.

The most-illustrious Indian Motorcycle of the Year award (IMOTY) for 2018 has been announced. This year also marks the tenth anniversary for the award, which recognizes the best motorcycle newly launched in the Indian bike market every year. The jury for 2018 IMOTY consisted of 15 renowned auto journalists representing eight automotive publications in the country.

Also Read: 2017 KTM Duke 390: Sharp, Aggressive Styling Intensified

The 2017 KTM 390 Duke was voted the winner of IMOTY 2018. It won over all 11 other models that were short-listed for the final round, including  Hero Glamour 125, Yamaha FZ25, Suzuki Intruder 150, Bajaj Pulsar NS 160, Benelli 302R, Bajaj Dominar 400, Harley-Davidson Street Rod, Triumph Bonneville Bobber, Triumph Street Triple RS, MV Agusta Brutale 800 and Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin. The KTM 390 Duke scored 107 points to top the list, followed by Yamaha FZ25 with 77 points and Triumph Street Triple with 68 points.

The jury voted the motorcycles based on various factors including tag price and value for money attribute, styling, comfort, performance, fuel economy, practicality, safety, technical innovation, and their suitability for Indian riding conditions.

Why KTM 390 Duke?

Launched with a price tag of INR 2.36 Lakhs (Ex-showroom price), the KTM 390 Duke took the local bike market by storm! The new design and visual appeal of the the bike was way cooler than earlier, with revised structural geometry and improved engineering. This is a bike that can be (or wants to be) aggressively ridden, thanks to class-leading ride and handling traits. The single-pot 373 cc engine is well-refined and responsive. It comes loaded with superior technology and fancy features too, including TFT LCD instrument display with Bluetooth connectivity and dual-channel ABS.

Also Read: 2016 Best New Bikes Of The Year

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TVS Apache RR 310: Racing Spirit for Everyday Fun

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Priced at INR 2.05 Lakhs (Ex-Showroom); deliveries to begin by end of December 2017. 

The latest and the most-hottest addition so far to the 2018 year in the country´s motorcycle scene is the TVS Apache RR 310. The much-awaited performance bike from the home-grown bike maker, whose story began from the TVS Akula 310 concept a couple of years ago, is an all-new offering in the segment. With promising package and competitive pricing, the RR 310 is likely to spruce-up the heat in the segment, by taking on Benelli 302R, Kawasaki Ninja 300, and KTM RC 390.

Also Read: KTM Duke 390: Sharp, Aggressive Styling Intensified

Design wise, the new Apache RR 310 is brute and intimidating, but not as we imagined from the impressions of the Akula concept. But one can notice a balanced approach in the way the whole body is crafted. There is high impetus on aerodynamic styling. The LED projector head lamp and taillights are sharp-looking, while the nose down-tail up design presents an aggressive impression for the motorcycle. The RR 310 will be available in two paint shades – Racing Red and Sinister Black.

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What´s underneath the RR 310 is interesting. It uses an identical Trellis frame as the BMW 310 R, as both the bikes utilise the same platform. TVS claims that the light weight trellis frame offers higher stiffness, improved dynamism at higher speeds and ease of manoeuvrability to wade through the city traffic. Yet, the riding position is slightly relaxed unlike its competitions, thanks to the rear-biased foot pegs and high clip-on handlebars.

Also Read: Bajaj Dominar 400 Can Be Yours For INR 1.36 Lakhs

Powered by a liquid-cooled, fuel-injected 312.2 cc single-cylinder DOHC engine, the unique reverse-inclined design and compact layout is said to improve its productivity. It is paired to a 6-speed transmission, and generates 34 PS of max power at 9,700 rpm and 27.3 Nm of peak torque at 7,700 rpm. Although the engine is similar to that of BMW 310 R, few unique changes have been carried out to make RR 310 stand apart.

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The company claims that the new Apache RR 310 can hit 0-60 kmph in just 2.93 seconds, while 0-100 kmph in 7.17 seconds. The top speed is pegged at 160 kmph, thanks to a custom ECU used in this bike. The bike features 41 mm USD fork suspension up front and a monoshocker for the rear, sourced from Kayaba. Brakes includes a 300 mm single petal disc and 240 mm petal disc at front and rear respectively, assisted by dual-channel ABS.

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Mahindra Jawa 350: Indian Launch before March 2019

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Four-stroke Jawa 350 OHC generates 27.73 PS of peak power at 6,500 rpm.

Last year, Mahindra and Mahindra´s subsidiary firm Classic Legends Private Limited (CLPL) became the licensee for the Jawa Moto brand of motorcycles based in Czech. Thus, the come back of the iconic two-wheeler marque that dominated the local market decades back was imminent. Pawan Goenka, MD of the home-grown auto conglomerate, in a recent interaction with MoneyControl, has´confirmed that the first Jawa model will be launched in the Indian market before the end of FY 2018-19, i.e. March 2019. Mahindra is also expected to preview the model at the upcoming 2018 Auto Expo, Greater Noida, scheduled for February next year.

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Jawa 350 OHC is likely to be the first product under Jawa marque by Mahindra.

So, which motorcycle under Jawa brand are they referring to? It is most likely to be Jawa 350 OHC, a modern classic that was launched in Czech Republic just this year. The first impression that this bikes makes is, perhaps, nostalgic indulgence. It´s the retro-styling of the motorcycle, which in may ways reflects the original styling of the Jawa-CZ 350 of 1970s. This includes lots of chrome embellishments on the bodywork and minimalist design.

Also Read: Royal Enfield Classic 350 ‘Redditch’ Edition

Powering the Jawa 350 OHC is a 397 cc air-cooled, single-cylinder, 4-stroke engine that is paired to a 5-speed gearbox. The bike can deliver a max power of 27.73 PS  at 6,500 rpm and peak torque of 30.6 Nm of at 5,000 rpm. Jawa Moto claims that the bike can make-out a top speed 130 kmph.

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2018 Jawa 350 OHC gets electric start and ABS braking.

The Jawa 350 is ABS-assisted, in fact, the first motorcycle under the Czech marque to get the braking assistance technology. There is a 280 mm brake disc upfront, while a 160 mm drum brake does the job at the rear. The suspension system includes 150 mm telescopic forks and 80 mm telescopic shock at front and rear respectively. The 160 kg weighing bike gets electric start, tachometer, and 12-litre fuel tank capacity. The motorcycle, once launched, can absolutely make a strong rival for Royal Enfield 350 Classic and Bullet 350.

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Two-Wheeler Insurance: Luck and Magic doesn’t matter!*

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Superstitious and irrational faiths does not bring you and your motorcycle rides the good charm and protection from untoward happenings, but a comprehensive two-wheeler insurance like that of one offered by Bharti AXA does.

The day when we start asking “Why” and “How” to this-worldly affairs, the society we live in will embark on a much needed scientific and rational progression to make a better world. You may think you are “logical” and “scientific” in attitude and conduct, but unless until you can reason out anything and everything you do or believe in, you are still caught in the blinders of tralatitious beliefs and faiths. Especially for those customary observances and beliefs that are attributed to luck and fortunes that are culturally ingrained in our minds, more so in our Indian context.

When a cat crosses your way en route to an important engagement or work, it is conceived as a bad omen. Shoes are made to hung on to truck bumpers to save it from “evil eyes”, a nimbu-mirchi (lemon-chilli) totem on the rear-view mirror of our car or number plates of bikes for good fortunes. Or the so-called “auspicious” daahi shakkar before an interview, or the bird poop superstition that is believed to prevent people from dangers, as in case of the TVC advertisement below. We never ask to ourselves “Why” and “How”!

This is a critical conundrum that we as society face today. Blind faith and superstitious beliefs debase `cause and effect´ reasoning, something that is fundamental to scientific thinking and progressive attitude. They prevent individuals to think and do things rationally, pay no heed to logicality, and results in irrational behaviour of the society as a whole. A biker prays for good luck before he sets out, but may not like to wear a helmet. A trucker would like to secure himself with ritual superstitions, but may lack awareness to use turn-indicators or dippers at nights. Car and bike owners may pay for coconut and lemon sacrifice before every trips, but decide stingily their road insurance coverage. Not merely the individuals put themselves and their resources at risk, but also play with the life and fortunes of other road users and lead the entire society down. Lack of rational thinking manifests as a social problem.

Higher propensity to risks

Two-wheelers are the one that occupy our roads in majority, are lifeline to everyday commutation of millions of middle-class men and women in India. They are easy to ride and cheaper to buy. But the fact is that, they are highly vulnerable to accidents and thefts than other kinds of vehicles, and takes chances with the life and property of rider or owner. Road deaths out of accidents involving two-wheelers account for at least a quarter every year, way higher than larger cars and trucks. The wide prevalence of potholes and broken patches in our roads, coupled with sheer road congestion in urban areas and the tropical weather of rain and dust, makes motorcycle riders even more susceptible to road mishaps. That is perhaps why bike skidding, bumper crashes, and loss of balance while riding a bike are so common in India that everyone of us would have experienced such mischances at least once.

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Further, road safety often starts from our own homes. We can neither predict nor determine the behaviour of other road users, nor can we define our destiny with surety. All we can do is to rationally think on how to mitigate one´s risk by acting on essential safe-conducts and precautions, before we hit the road. Helmets for both the rider and pillion passenger can and ought to be the first step, instead of a bird poop! Use of genuine spare parts and components, especially tyres, brake pads and cables, and engine oil can be the next step. Regular maintenance and service will also help ensure road safety and good fortunes while on travel. Obedience to road safety norms and traffic rules while on road is creditworthy too in this regard.

Tangible Protection

Okay, but what if you and your motorcycle face grave risk out of no cause of your own. There are idiots out on road, simply waiting to hurt other users and pedestrians. You could be one of them too! You may even fall prey to other´s irresponsible behaviour on road, may it be rash driving or carelessness while on wheels. Or what if your bike is stolen from a public parking lot? Uncertainties out of such externalities can never be obviated, however rational and responsive you are.  Thus, a comprehensive risk management becomes essential, so as to offer protection from any ensuing financial loses and liabilities out of damages, or to pay for your hospitalisation or even compensate your family if any mishaps takes away your life. The premium you pay is so negligible to the risk mitigation the motor insurance takes care of, for both you and your possible victims.

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In this regard, Bharti AXA General Insurance Company Ltd, one of India´s leading motor insurance provider, is offering comprehensive and innovative insurance coverage for two-wheelers.  This includes both third-party and own-damage (OD) liability coverage, 24/7 claim assistance and client support, attractive discounts on premiums with No-Claim Bonus (NCB), hassle-free claim settlement with 2500+ cashless garages, and online quote retrieval and policy renewals. You also get add-on covers in Bharti AXA two-wheeler insurance, that includes Personal Accident Cover for occupants and Zero Depreciation cover.

At the end of the day, as a motorcycle rider, all we want is more certainty and control on our inevitable risks.  A nimbu-mirchi or daahi shakkar may merely provide you fake contentment, but not tangible protection. Investing in a comprehensive two-wheeler insurance coverage like that of Bharti AXA is definitely worth it. It is responsive, rational, and ensure justice on road.

#KauuveKaMaltyag #SuperstitionKaPollKhol

* This story is an advertorial. 

2018 KTM 790 Duke Revealed – 2017 EICMA

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Powered by all-new 799 cc parallel-twin engine that makes 105 PS max power.

Get ready to burn some tyres for fun, KTM has unveiled the production-version of its aggressive street fighter 790 Duke at the on-going 2017 EICMA bike show at Milan, Italy. It has been a year since the company previewed the concept version of this motorcycle. The 790 Duke is expected to go on sale next year in the international markets, no word on its Indian launch yet. The Austria-based bike maker is tight-lipped on its pricing too. The 790 Duke´s prime rivals are Triumph Street Triple RS and Kawasaki Z900.

Also Read: 2017 KTM RC Cup Race Bike

Design and styling wise, the new 790 Duke has been aggressively conceived, although the production-version is not as brute as the concept. Yet, the all-LED headlamp and the sharp tank spoiler looks energetic, while the straight lines all over the body work pose a thrilling impression on the beholder. The frame of the bike is a light-weight steel-trellis unit and is as compact as possible. The sportbike retains only the bare essential components and no accessories, so as to make it extremely track-pure and ready to race anytime. A full-colour TFT screen takes the place of the instrumentation area.

2018 KTM 790 Duke features light-weight steel-trellis frame and a compact parallel-twin engine.

The 2018 KTM 790 Duke is powered by an all-new “LC8c” 799cc DOHC, liquid-cooled parallel-twin unit that has been compactly integrated into the airbox sub frame. The powertrain generates 105 PS of max power at 9,000 rpm and 86 Nm of peak torque at 8,000 rpm. The 6-speed gearbox with pressure lubricated slipper clutch is in place to transmit the power the rear wheel, while two balancer shafts are employed to reduce vibration levels. Suspension system includes 43 mm WP fork up front that can be adjusted and a gas-filled mono shock with adjustable pre-load at the rear wheel.

Also Read: 2017 Triumph Street Triple Range Gets Fancy Updates

In terms of tech features to aid the rider, KTM has equipped the 790 Duke with cornering ABS, an IMU (Inertial Measurement Unit), and lean-angle sensitive Traction Control, along with  `Supermoto´ mode that can disengage rear ABS. A quick-shifter and launch control is available too, along with three riding modes excluding a `Track´ mode that can be customised.

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Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Debuts – 2017 EICMA

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Powered by RE´s all-new parallel-twin engine; Indian launch likely by June 2018.

At the just-begun 2017 EICMA bike show in Milan, Italy, legendary bike brand Royal Enfield has unveiled the all-new Interceptor 650, along with its “birth twin” RE Continental GT 650 Cafe racer. The two motorcycles are RE´s redefining products for 2018 – both modern classic type models that are likely to bring young and middle-aged clientele to the renowned brand.

Also Read: Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Revealed – 2017 EICMA

Yes, like the Continental GT 650, the 2018 RE Interceptor 650 is also powered by the all-new 650 cc parallel-twin engine. The twin-cylinder mill is perhaps the most-promising engine from the RE´ stable, with cleaner, elegant, and light-weight qualities. The company says that it has taken quite an effort to churn out right exhaust tone and burble from its double silencers, there lies the individuality of these bikes, it brags. Mated to a 6-speed gearbox, the engine produces 47 bhp power at 7,100 rpm and 52 Nm of torque at 4,000 rpm. It is fuel-injected, along with Digital Spark Ignition – TCI technology.

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2018 Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 has received world premiere with its “twin” RE Interceptor 650 at the 2017 Milan motorcycle show.

Design wise, the Interceptor looks versatile and charming, clubs both the classic feeling and modern attitude. The original British Enfield classic racer-inspired rounded-doom headlight, twin-dial instrumentation, and conjoined twin seat makes an interesting proposition. The bike stands on a dual cradle frame with a rear loop, while the front fork and twin-coil shock suspension has been designed for sporty handling.

Also Read: Carberry 1.0-litre V-Twin RE Motorcycle Is Heart-Thumping

The Interceptor weights 202 kgs, holds a slightly bigger fuel tank of 13.7 litres capacity than the Continental GT 650. The bikes seat height is at 804 mm, with a ground clearance of 174 mm. The ABS-assisted front and rear disc brakes are on the list too. Both the visual appearance and the technical specification of the Continental GT and Interceptor makes it clear that they are of same origin. Buyers now can choose the model that suits their lifestyles and aspirations, with similar ride and handling fun.

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Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 Revealed – 2017 EICMA

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All-new RE cafe racer will go on sale in Europe by April 2018, Indian launch will follow suit.

The much-awaited motorcycle of this year, to all RE lovers and auto enthusiasts like me too, has finally broke the covers! The 2018 Royal Enfield Continental GT has received global premiere at the 2017 EICMA Milan motorcycle show that has just opened for the media. The bike has been unveiled alongside its “birth twin” RE Intercepter 650 – again a modern classic from RE. The year 2018 is going to be redefining for the legendary motorcycle brand, I realise!

Also Read: Royal Enfield Interceptor 650 Debuts – 2017 EICMA

The design of the new bikes does all the talking perhaps! The Continental GT 650, although appears a lot like its sibling Continental GT 535, boasts a new bodywork with a double cradle frame. The classic styling from the original British Enfield era is accentuated by neatly crafted fuel tank and upward pointing exhaust, along with the twin-dial instrumentation and handlebar. RE says that the design and R&D team has pooled all its experiences and resources while working on the bike´s key traits, like the steering rake degree, lean angle, seat height (790 mm)and ride height (174 mm). Both single seat and dual seat variants are available.

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2018 Royal Enfield Continental GT 650 has received world premiere with its “twin” RE Interceptor 650 at the 2017 Milan motorcycle show.

But the ultimate highlight of the new RE is its all-new 650 cc, 4-stroke, SOHC parallel-twin engine, which is also shared with its twin, the Intercepter 650. The fuel-injected engine generates a maximum power output of 47 bhp at 7,100 rpm and peak torque of 52 Nm is observed at 4,000 rpm. It is paired to a 6-speed transmission, also features Digital Spark Ignition – TCI technology.

Also Read: Carberry 1.0-litre V-Twin RE Motorcycle Is Heart-Thumping

The Continental GT 650 weighs 198 kgs, while the fuel tank capacity is at 12.5 litres. Front forks and twin-coil shock absorbers take care of the bike´s suspension, while the disc brakes on both the wheels are assisted by ABS technology. Thus, the light weighting and better handling dynamics of the bike is an assured guarantee. Three paint schemes are on the list too, including the Black Magic, Ice Queen, and Sea Nymph. Once launched in India, RE new motorcycle is likely to be priced around INR 3 Lakhs.

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Suzuki Intruder 150: Luxurious Styling, Twin Exhaust, ABS

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The budget cruiser is based on Suzuki Gixxer platform and features the same 155 cc engine.

The all-new Suzuki Intruder 150 has been launched in the Indian market, with a price tag of INR 98,340, ex-showroom, Delhi. Cashing on the lineage of the legendary Intruder range of cruisers, the new bike inherits the styling, sportiness, and youthfulness of the brand, claims Suzuki Two Wheelers. The Intruder 150 will take on its sole rival in the segment, the Bajaj Avenger 150.

Also Read: Suzuki Gixxer SF Fi Fuel Injected and Special Editions Launched

Borrowing the design and styling cues from the Suzuki Intruder M1800R, the budget cruiser boasts large extension flanks and a character line that flows tills the pillion seat on the sides. The front cowl looks dynamic and premium, thanks to the Intruder styling headlamp with projector-type LED.

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Suzuki Intruder 150 inherits the styling cues and attitude from the revered Suzuki Intruder M1800R.

There is `Intruder´ badging on both the sides of the tank, while the engine cowl has been neatly executed to manifest an impressive overall look. The twin-exhaust pipes are unique in this segment, sporty as well. The rear tail lamp is all-LED, while the fully-digital instrumentation boasts rpm indicator to aid the rider in optimal gear shifts.

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Suzuki Intruder 150: A fuel-injected variant is expected in near future

Using the same platform as the Gixxer, the Intruder 150 is powered by the same 154.9 cc 4-stroke single cylinder, SOHC air cooled and carbureted engine. It is paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox, again from the Gixxer range. The power output is at 14.8 PS  at 8,000 rpm, with a peak torque of 14 Nm at 6,000 rpm.

Also Read: 2017 Suzuki GSX R 250 (Gixxer 250) Revealed

The fuel-injected version of the Intruder 150 will take some time, expected before mid-2018. The bike features telescopic front suspension, while a swing-arm type unit is employed at the rear. Both the wheels are disc brake-enabled. The Intruder is now available in two paint schemes – Glass Sparkle Black/Matte Titanium Silver and Metallic Oort Grey/Metallic Matte Black.

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Bajaj Pulsar NS200 ABS priced at INR 1,09,715

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The NS200 ABS generates 23.5 PS power and 18.3 Nm of torque.

Bajaj Auto has formally launched the ABS-equipped version of its popular Pulsar NS200. The bike variant is now available in all metros and will gradually be delivered to all other dealerships across the country. It is around INR 12,500 costlier than the non-ABS variant, with a tag price of INR 1,09,715, ex-showroom Delhi. Perhaps, the Pulsar NS200 is the cheapest ABS-equipped product from the company´s stable in India.

Also Read: 2017 Bajaj Pulsar ‘Laser Edged’ Collection: 4 Bikes Spruced-Up!

The NS200 ABS will be available in three paint options – Wild Red, Graphite Black, and Mirage White. There is also a distinctive ABS label on the front fender of the bike. Otherwise, there is hardly any visual difference between the ABS and the regular NS200. The bike continues to use the 199.5cc SOHC 4-valve, Liquid Cooled DTS-i engine generating  23.5 PS of power at 9,500 rpm and 18.3 Nm of maximum torque at 8,000 rpm. A 6-speed gearbox is standard.

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Bajaj Pulsar NS200 ABS is the cheapest ABS-equipped product from the company´s stable in India.

The NS200 features single-channel ABS with an exclusive 300mm disc, assisting the other 280mm disc on the front wheel. The rear wheel features a 230mm disc brake. ABS helps to improve the rider´s control of the bike during harsh braking, by preventing the front wheels from locking up. The Bajaj Pulsar NS200 lock horns with the TVS Apache RTR 200 4v and Yamaha FZ25 in its segment.

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