Bajaj launches the Pulsar RS200 Demon Black Edition in India at Rs 1.20 lakh
Bajaj Auto has introduced a new paint shade of the Pulsar RS 200 in India, the Demon Black edition. It is essentially the RS 200 with a newly developed black base paint over which lay red and black stickers. Mechanically, the motorcycle remains unchanged. The RS 200's liquid-cooled engine produces 24.5PS and has a claimed top speed of 141kmph.
Speaking about the launch of the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Demon Black, Eric Vas, president, Motorcycle Business, Bajaj Auto 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 biking enthusiasts."
The Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Demon Black is priced from Rs 1.20 lakh for the non ABS version and Rs 1.32 lakh for the ABS equiped motorcycle. Both the prices are ex-showroom, Delhi.
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Bajaj Auto introduces the Pulsar RS 200 Demon Black edition for sports-biking enthusiasts
|Mumbai, 29th September 2015: The Pulsar RS 200, since its launch in March 2015 has already claimed leadership in the super-sports motorcycle segment, with a sale of approx. 15000 bikes from 1st April-31st August and a market share of 43%. Riding on the success of the Pulsar RS 200, Bajaj Auto has introduced an attractive alternative for Pulsar fans - the Demon Black Edition. This Demon Black edition of the RS 200 sports red graphics on a newly developed premium black color, which epitomize the Pulsar's design character and further accentuates its chiseled muscular frame. Commenting on the new introduction Mr. Eric Vas, 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 biking enthusiasts." The bike will be available at an ex-showroom price starting from Rs.1,20,000/- (non ABS) & Rs 1,32,001/- (ABS) ex showroom Delhi and Rs. 1,20,485/- (non ABS) & Rs 1,32,261/- (ABS) ex showroom Maharashtra (without LBT).|
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