New spy shots of Bajaj's upcoming Pulsar 200SS have emerged online again, indicating that the development of the bike is moving at a fast pace.
The latest test mule of the bike was also seen wearing heavy camouflage, however, the repeated sightings of it give away the clue that the launch is imminent in the country. Thanks to the Autopromag.com's reader, Abhimanyu Thakur for the close up shots of Pulsar 200SS.
While Bajaj is yet to announce anything official, Pulsar 200SS, the fully faired version of Pulsar 200NS is likely to get its power from the retuned version of four-stroke, SOHC, liquid-cooled, single-cylinder engine of 200NS. It is powered by an engine, which has an output of 23.65 bhp and a torque of 18.3 Nm.
So far there is nothing much that we know about the upcoming Pulsar 200SS. However, rumours are rife that the bike would parade features like digital fuel injection system, optional ABS, monoshock suspension at the rear, telescopic forks at the front and projector headlamps. There are chances to price this bike slightly higher than 200NS and once it hits the market, Pulsar 200SS is likely to be pinned to rival R15 V2.0 and Honda CBR150R in the domestic market. The bike was earlier spotted at a dealership of the company. But its launch date is still unknown.
Apart from Pulsar 200SS, Bajaj is also speculated to introduce Discover F150 and Discover 150S in the country. Both the bikes were recently spotted at dealerships and the company is likely to announce the launch officially in the coming days. The Discover 150F, the semi-faired version of Bajaj's commuter motorcycle is likely to get features like MRF Nylogrip Zapper tyres, disc brakes, monoshock suspension at the rear and both electric and kick starters. The bike is likely to get its power from a four-valve, 150cc DTS-i engine with a power of 14 PS and come mated to a five-speed gearbox.
Bajaj have commenced the booking for its Discover 150S in the country with an advance payment varying from ₹500 to ₹1,000. Bajaj Discover 150S will reach the market in two variants - one with regular drum brakes and the second one with front disc brake.