Bajaj, a global two-wheeler and three-wheeler manufacturer, appeased customers by launching a new Bajaj Pulsar NS200 ABS variant, which is priced at Rs. 1.09 lakhs(ex-showroom, India) in India. Besides, a single-channel anti-lock brake system, it is embedded with a larger front disc brake.
ABS stands for Anti-lock Braking System or Anti-skid Braking System, it is a safety feature which enables the wheels on a bike to retain traction contact with the road layer as the driver operates the brakes, it blocks the wheels to be locked up and eliminates the uncontrolled skidding. The bike has a single-channel system, with the ABS featuring it avoids wheel lock-up only for the front end wheel.
The bike has distinguished a 300mm disc up at the front rather than a standard bike, owing 280mm unit. The disc up at the front is identical to the supersport comrade of Pulsar NS200, the Pulsar RS200. The RS200 with a single channel system and ABS unit is also in the market.
The Pulsar NS200 ABS is in the market with three color options; which includes red, white and black color. The latest model is Rs. 12,000 costlier than the standard bike model. The bike is ready to go against the Yamaha FZ25 and TVS Apache RTR 200 4V. The bike is expected to gain more customers as its rivals don’t have ABS, even not as an option.