|Model of bikes||Price|
|1. Bajaj Pulsar NS200||Rs = 1.28 Lakh|
|2. Yamaha MT-15||Rs = 1.38 – 1.39 Lakh|
|3. Suzuki Gixxer SF||Rs = 1.21 – 1.22 Lakh|
|4. Bajaj Pulsar 220F||Rs = 1.19 Lakh|
Bajaj Pulsar NS200 BS6:
- Bajaj has also ensured that the Pulsar NS200 BS6 is slightly more powerful and torque than the BS4 model. The 199.5cc single-cylinder liquid-cooled fuel-injected engine produces 24.5PS at 9750rpm and 18.5Nm at 8000rpm. In comparison, the BS4-compliant carburetted churned out 23.5PS at 9500rpm and 18.3Nm at 8000rpm. The 6-speed transmission used. Now gains a fuel injection system.
- The weight of the Bajaj Pulsar NS200 BS6 at 156kg. The rest of the dimensions remain unchanged. Features, there’s nothing new to report in the BS6-compliant version. It gets the same halogen headlamp with pilot lamps, semi-digital instrument cluster, raised clip-on handlebars, split seats, and LED tail lamp. Underpinnings include a telescopic front fork, rear Nitrox mono-shock, 300mm front petal disc with single-channel ABS, and a 230mm rear petal disc.
- NS 200 primarily competes against the TVS Apache 200. However, in its price bracket, there are other alternatives like the Royal Enfield Bullet 350 and the Suzuki Gixxer SF MotoGP Edition.
- price is Rs = 1.28 Lakh
Yamaha MT-15 BS6:
- Yamaha MT 15 borrows its engine from the R15, it gets Variable Valve Actuation (VVA). The MT 15 also has LED DRLs, an LED headlight, and tail-lamp (which has been slightly redesigned). Yamaha has thrown in fully-digital negative LCD instrumentation, and safety is taken care of by single-channel ABS.
- liquid-cooled 4-valve 155cc single-cylinder engine powering the Yamaha MT 15 is borrowed from the R15 and now meets BS6 standards. However, it has lost some output in the process of complying with BS6 norms. At 18.5PS and 13.9Nm, it is 0.8PS and 0.8Nm lower than the BS4 version. The engine is mated to a 6-speed gearbox via an assist and slipper clutch.
- Yamaha signature ‘Deltabox’ perimeter frame, and suspended on an upside-down fork and preload-adjustable mono-shock. A box-section steel swingarm is used at the rear, unlike the aluminum unit seen on the R15. Braking is handled by a 282mm/220mm disc brake combo assisted by single-channel ABS. Kerb weight has remained the same at 138kg.
- Yamaha MT 15 competes in the small-capacity naked streetfighter segment and directly takes on the KTM 125 Duke. In terms of price, it’s also quite close to the Bajaj Pulsar RS200, Yamaha R15, and Royal Enfield Bullet 350. In terms of price, the Yamaha MT-15 competes with the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200.
- Price is Rs = 1.38 – 1.39 Lakh
Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6:
- It got received a comprehensive mechanical and cosmetic update with a new design language. Gixxer SF BS6 gets a 155cc air-cooled and fuel-injected motor. This BS6-compliant mill puts out 13.6PS at 8000rpm and 13.8Nm at 6000rpm. That is 0.3PS and 0.4Nm less than the BS4 Suzuki Gixxer SF. Kerb weight is also up by 2kg so expect a drop in performance. The Gixxer SF BS6 continues to feature a 5-speed gearbox.
- The Gixxer SF shares its tubular diamond frame. the first-gen model but is heavier as well since it uses thicker pipes. The first-gen model but is heavier as well since it uses thicker pipes. The clip-on handlebars and split-seat setup also lend the bike a more aggressive seating position.
- Suspension setup includes 41mm telescopic forks and preload-adjustable mono-shock. Braking is via disc brakes at both ends with single-channel ABS. It is one of the few bikes in its segment that sport a larger 140-section rear tire. Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 is available in just one variant.
- The generational update makes the Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 look more premium and sportier than before. It gets edgier styling, clip-on handlebars, and a split seat to complete the effect.
- Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 has an impressive quality and fit and finish levels.
- Suzuki Gixxer SF BS6 gets an LED headlamp, LED tail lamp and bulb turn indicators. The digital instrument console has been updated and is easier to read now. It includes the speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge, gear position indicator, odometer, and trip meters.
- It comes in three colors: Glass Sparkle Black, Metallic Sonic Silver, and a Metallic Triton Blue paint
- A faired motorcycle that comes close price-wise is the Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6. It also competes with the Hero Xtreme 200S.
- price is Rs = 1.21 – 1.22 Lakh
Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6:
- Bajaj Pulsar 220F BS6 gets a cleaner fuel injected motor and nothing more. Other than powertrain updates, the Pulsar 220F remains mechanically and cosmetically unchanged. Updated BS6-compliant 220cc air and oil-cooled motor get fuel-injection now. It now makes 20.4PS at 8500rpm and 18.55Nm at 7000rpm. While torque remains the same as the BS4 Pulsar 220F, power has dropped by 0.53PS. The Pulsar 220F BS6 continues to use a 5-speed gearbox.
- Features are the same projector headlamp, LED tail lamp, and semi-digital instrument console. underpinnings include telescopic forks and twin gas-charged shock absorbers.
- The braking setup includes a front and rear disc with single-channel ABS as standard fitment. Due to the addition of fuel injection and a catalytic converter, weight and increased by 5kg. Semi-digital instrument console displays a range of information such as trip meters, odometer, speed and fuel level, and backlit switchgear. Single-channel ABS is offered as standard.
- Pulsar 220F competes with the Hero Xtreme 200S.
- It still comes in two colors: blue and red.
- price is Rs = 1.19 Lakh