Bajaj Auto discontinued the popular Pulsar 200 NS from the Indian market for no apparent reason. Although the company continued to sell the motorcycle in various global markets.
Recently, Bajaj showcased the new Pulsar 200 NS at a dealer meet in Turkey, the new model is BSIV compliant and equipped with fuel injection technology. So, it is expected that Bajaj will launch the new Pulsar 200 NS in India by early 2017.
While the Indian market is still waiting for the launch of Pulsar 200 NS, the international market is getting a new limited edition Pulsar 200 NS.
Yes, Bajaj's Cambodia unit has introduced a Limited Edition Pulsar 200 NS in its home market with a price tag of $2,700 (approximately Rs 1.83 lakh).
Cambodia Bajaj has revealed few images of the new motorcycle and by taking a closer look at the images we can say that the Limited Edition has received only cosmetic updates.
The Limited Edition Pulsar 200 NS gets a couple of new stickers to the decal, the paint scheme and dark themed side panels remain the same.
The major highlight of the Limited Edition Pulsar 200 NS is the painted rims. The White and Black colour model rides on the red rims and the Blue colour variant gets white rims. The leg guard also gets the matching paint job.
Other than that the new motorcycle gets under cowl for engine protection with edgy design and dual tone paint scheme. The remaining mechanical components including the engine remain the same. With the global market getting the updated Pulsar 200 NS, Bajaj may relaunch the motorcycle in the Indian market in January 2017.
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