Bajaj bikes sparked a new revolution in the Indian cycling industry with new DTSi technology with the launch of the new Bajaj Pulsar 200cc. The DTSi is nothing more than digital double spark engine ignition to ensure power and performance without losing comfort. It also helps to give a good mileage on the bike.
The Bajaj Pulsar 200cc DTSi model is equipped with this modern technology, in which the engine has two spark plugs, with the ignition timing mapped with an 8-bit microprocessor chip. The advantage of this technology is reflected in better mileage and optimal use of power. Ensures a better combustion process and reduces emissions with maximum fuel efficiency.
Bajaj Pulsar 200cc DTSi is one of the most stylish sports models in the Pulsar block with top-notch paint and finish. The muscle of the body will attract all the hunk. However, most of the body parts on this pulsar upgrade are quite similar to the 150cc and 180cc models, with the angular front end and a well-focused clear lens being the only exception.
The digital instruments of the Bajaj Pulsar 200cc model are quite similar to those of other Pulsar models with a large tachometer and digital console system. The Bajaj Pulsar 200cc DTSi model does not have a reverse lever, but instead uses an electronic starter. The air-cooled single-cylinder engine breathes through a CV carburettor and also has an improved TEC exhaust for better performance. The Bajaj Pulsar 200cc DTSi works 180 hp to 8000 rpm with incredible torque that makes highway driving really cool. This Bajaj Pulsar 200cc motorcycle can reach a top speed of 121 km / h in its highest gear; however, it is not as fast as the Bajaj Pulsar 220cc Fi although it is heavier than it.
Riding a sports car Bajaj Pulsar 200cc The reinforced padded seat bike provides a great experience as it bends well in turns and curves and is a good all terrain bike. The brake system is excellent too. This Bajaj motorcycle makes for a perfect touring bike. The downside to the bike is the gearshift problems as seen with other pulsar models and the absence of a reverse lever as well.