Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 Vs Rivals: Comparisons

RC 200 # Power and Torque

On the power delivery, the CBR 250R churns out about 26 BHP at nearly 8500 RPM making it take the top position. While the smaller capacity engines on the KTM and Pulsar makes 24.7 BHP at 10,000 RPM and 24.2 BHP at 9,750 RPM respectively.

All these power ratios are achieved rather very quickly and close in on the bigger CBR’s power figures. As far as the torque is concerned, the CBR 250R makes about 2.3 Kgm at 7000 RPM with the KTM and Bajaj sharing the same engine belt out about 1.9 Kgm of 8000 RPM.

Pulsar RS 200# Suspension

For the RC200 here the KTM has given the USD forks on the front and a monoshock at the rear.

When compared with the Honda CBR 250R and the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200, both of them come with conventional telescopic fork suspension set up at the front and a standard monoshock at the back. This overall set up offers a comfortable ride to the riders in the city and highway.

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