Bajaj Pulsar RS200 Color options spotted at dealerships look like they are ready to hit Rajpath on 26’th January
Dealerships are no more places where you are treated like garbage. They are places where you are worshiped. Dealerships want to be cool and awesome. They want to offer you service from your home or your touch screen phone. Dealerships today so hip that they have permission to do anything with manufacturer products and call them custom jobs. Many dealerships from two-wheeler to four-wheeler are offering schemes and paint schemes and one of them are Bajaj dealers. Every since the Pulsar 200 NS came, dealerships are offering custom paint or sticker jobs to make sure they customers get attracted at first sight.
Since most vehicles coming from the factory gates are classier and take time to grow on you, the dealership method is simple and straight. Make thing so flashier that they are a miss or a hit. The product this time that has take the center stage are the new Pulsar RS 200, launched in the year 2014, the product is a great one from Bajaj yet. It offers great performance, a good engine and great value too.
Dealerships somewhere in Nagpur, Maharashtra, are offering these color schemes. If they were given official names they would be like, One Shade of Green and Political Orange. Clearly standing together they won’t attract the sensible masses. The price for these would be slightly higher by Rs. 1-2,000. Since there are rumors that the RS200 isn’t doing well, these are the ways to clear stock then. Bajaj hasn’t made anything official on this but we can expect for an announcement on this shortly. Pulsar RS200 continues to be powered by the 200cc liquid-cooled, fuel injected engine which makes 24.5 BHP of power and 18.6 Nm of torque and weighs 165 kgs.
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