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Jul 15, 2018

New bike Purchase

4 comments

I'm planning to buy a new bike in the next few days.

I've always been in love with the Pulsar 220f and have ridden it for long time since my friend had it. I feel that the bike is sporty and comfortable to ride. Mileage which is I guess 35-40 kmpl is decent enough for me. I know there is NS200 and Apache 200 4v as it's technologically advanced competition but this one I've ridden a lot.

Please share your suggestions on this?

 

Jul 16, 2018

If you ride the NS 200 or the Apache 200 for sometime too, you will fall in love with them too. I suggest opt for the new bikes.

Jul 19, 2018

Hi...I own a ns 200 abs version and the drivability is awesome than of 220f the thing is abs is very useful at times ,so as you wanted to go for a new purchase stick with newer technology, it gives me around 33-35 in city driving and 40-42 in highway,to be frank when you cruise at 65-75 kmph I once got 48km/l ,so this machine is worth it ,the only problem I face is the slight vibration crossing 5000-5500 rpm,then the machine becomes super smooth,but I am not sure how the 200 4v performs,take a test drive of both and then choose it bro...

Jul 19, 2018

How are the service costs like?

Jul 20, 2018

The general oil service costs around 1400-1800,but I do the servicing externally because the synthetic engine oil provided by Bajaj is actually worse for ns200 and Dominor ,so I go with Motul

7100 syntheticc oil,for the initial 2500 kms I was actually worried about the noise and vibration,but after I changed it,the bike was completely different,so ns 200 users pls don't use the bajaj oil, change it with 7100 20w -50 grade in motul or shell's 15w -50(I haven't tried shell yet) it' seriously not worth it.

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