- 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder
- 6-Speed Transmission
- Horsepower @ RPM:
- 21 @ 8500
- Torque @ RPM:
- 19 @ 7000
- 200 cc
- Top Speed:
- 103 mph
The new generation Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-has a lot to love. It delivers decent performances, offers a comfortable riding position and is pretty safe as well. Moreover it comes with a sporty design language a set of tasty wolf-eye headlamps, modern looking fairings and wider tubeless tires. It’s also worthy of being mentioned that the rider is greeted by a modern digital speedometer a comfortable seat an and ergonomic handlebar.
On the technical side of things, the motorcycle features wider front fork, a high tech engine and dual hydraulic disc brakes (260 mm front and 230 mm rear). The 220 cc 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder engine delivers a maximum power of 21.04 Ps @ 8500 rpm and 19.12 Nm of torque @ 7000 rpm.
The ride quality is assured by front telescopic suspensions with anti-friction bush and a rear 5 way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber.
Hit the jump for more information on the 2013 Bajaj Pulsar 220 DTS-i.
|All Black styling, 3D chiselled logo, Vertical stack twin projector headlamps, Split seats, Clip-on handle bar||Enhances the Sporty & Aggressive look of this aerodynamic machine|
|4 stroke, 220 cc, 21 Ps, Digital Twin Spark Ignition engine with India’s largest venturi carburettor, temperature based ignition mapping, Auto choke||The most powerful engine of its class giving highest output & mileage because of efficient combustion of fuel & air mixture. Good startability & better torque|
|High wattage (55 W) twin projector lamp||Precise, high penetrating beams with a wide spread that helps in better lighting up the road & surrounding area ensuring clear visibility even in extreme conditions|
|Dual hudraulic disc brakes. Front 260 mm & Rear: 230 mm||Large diameter of the disc gives better braking performance|
|Wide front & rear, soft compound tubeless tyres. Front: 90/90 X 17" Rear: 120/80 X 17"||Tubeless tyres donot deflate immediately in case of a puncture thereby enhancing safety & better handling. Soft compound tyres give better grip even at higher speeds|
|12 V full DC||Better starting & uniform illumination at variable speed even at stand still|
|Engine Type||4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder|
|Max. Power||21.04 @ 8500 (Ps @ RPM)|
|Max. Torque||19.12 @ 7000 (Nm @ RPM)|
|Suspension Front||Telescopic, with anti-friction bush|
|Suspension Rear||5 way adjustable, Nitrox shock absorber|
|Brakes Front||260 mm Disc|
|Brakes Rear||230 mm Disc|
|Tyre Front||90/90 x 17 - Tubeless|
|Tyre Rear||120/80 x 17 - Tubeless|
|Total litres||(reserve, usable) 15 litres (3.2 litres reserve, 2.2 litres usable)|
|System||12 V Full DC|
|Headlamp||(Low/High Beam- Watts)Low - projector lamp 55w High - Ellipsodial lamp 55w|
|Ground clearance (mm)||150|
|Kerb Weight (kg)||150|
Myindianguide ---- "Long airscoops are provided only in Pulsar 220cc which cool the engine in a better way. "
Bikedekho ---- "Bajaj Pulsar 220 Dtsi is available with four variants which are powered by four different capacity engines so the performance and mileage they offers also differs."
Maxabout ---- "Bajaj India has come up with another facelift, this time it is their flagship bike - Pulsar 220. The new Bajaj Pulsar 220 F is reported to the fastest Indian bike ever built."