Have you been waiting for the Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 for sometime now? Well you won’t have to wait more since the bike could be launched next month before the BS6 norms come in effect. Apart from the RS200, no other bike gets fuel-injection in the Pulsar line-up. So it will be in the nick of time that Bajaj will make sure that the much loved and famous, Pulsar line-up is updated so it can be sold post 1st April. Scroll down below to find out more and check out our video on the baby Pulsar 125.

Bajaj  Pulsar 220F BS6 What’s new?

The Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 is not going to get any changes in terms of design or aesthetics. The bike will get a new catalytic converter and exhaust. The engine will be slightly retuned so that it continues to produce the same amount of torque as before. Rest of the ergonomics, capacity figures and dimensions will remain the same. The tyres and the brakes will also remain the same. No changes are expected there. The updating of the Pulsar 220F is crucial in one other manner. Buyers and critics have both talked about how they want a six-speed gearbox over the currently offered five-speed that is offered on the Pulsar 220F. The bike might not get that but it will be a boon for riders if  Bajaj decided to give the Pulsar one.

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2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220F side

Price

Currently the Bajaj Pulsar 220F has been priced at Rs 1.07 lakhs to 1.12 lakhs (ex-showroom). The bikes are going to be updated for BS6 soon and will increase in price. The price of Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 will increase by Rs 8,000 to Rs 12,000. This will be significant. It will be great if the bike gets the extra 6th gear too. Check out in the meantime our video of the Pulsar 125 below.

 

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  • Upgrading 220f to BS6 is fine but what about the launch of the most awaited Pulsar RS400 launch in Indian market. Customers now want something fresh and new from Bajaj. Even the Pulsar RS200 BS6 model is not getting launched. As an Indian I am worried what Bajaj is thinking. Bajaj has a huge potential but has to launch new bikes asap to maintain the name it has in the market.