At the recently concluded 2018 Motorbike Istanbul Show, Bajaj showcased the Pulsar NS 200 Adventure. Quite a novel concept, we believe. The technical specifications of the bike remain exactly the same as on the regular bike, but the company has beefed up the bike to tackle bad terrain, thanks to some new parts.
The Pulsar NS 200 Adventure gets a lot of kit, starting with a bashplate for the engine, handguards on the palm grips, a mesh grille on the headlamp, an aftermarket luggage rack and mounts for saddlebags at the rear and surprisingly, a fork brace up front as well. The cycle parts such as the swingarm, suspension etc. remain the same as well. The bike also gets provision for a flyscreen atop the headlamp and a case to put a GPS device/mobile phone near the right rear view mirror stalk.
The bike continues to get a 199 cc single-cylinder engine, which makes 23.2 bhp at 9,500 rpm while peak torque output is rated at 18.3 Nm at 8,000 rpm and continues to be paired to a six-speed gearbox. Also, this is the fuel-injected engine while the NS 200 on sale in India gets a carburetted motor.
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