launched a new variant of the Pulsar RS 200 called the Demon Black edition. The
bike is aimed at sports biking enthusiasts in India.
Black gets a black base colour with red graphics to emphasise the design of the
bike. The powertrain remains the same 200cc 4-valve Triple Spark DTSi Engine
with Fuel Injection and Liquid Cooling, delivering 23.5 bhp and achieving a top
speed of 141 kmph. Bajaj has priced the Demon Black edition with a tag of Rs.
1,20,000/- (ex-showroom Delhi).
President Motorcycle Business said, “The Pulsar RS 200 has received an
overwhelming response across the country and has achieved leadership in its
segment in a short span of 4 months. The new Demon black edition is a beautiful
bike which is combined with its racing genes and will certainly appeal to
launched the Pulsar RS 200 in March 2015 and has reportedly sold approximately
15,000 units of the Pulsar Rs 200 between April 1 to August 31, 2015.
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