What is the difference between Pulsar RS 200 and Avenger?
Following are the key differences between both bikes:
Pulsar RS 200 is powered by 199.5cc Single cylinder, 4 stroke, SOHC 4valve, Liquid cooled, triple spark FI engine which produces maximum power of 24.5 Ps @ 9750 rpm
and maximum torque of 18.6 Nm @ 8000 rpm.
Bajaj Avenger 220 is powered by 219.89cc engine which discharges peak power of 19.03 Ps @ 8400 rpm and torque of 17.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm.
• Dimensions (L×W×H)
RS 200 : 1999mm×765mm×1114mm, wheel base is 1355mm, ground clearance is 157mm and kerb weight is 165 kg, seat height is 805mm
Avenger 220 : 2195mm×750mm×1070mm, wheel base is 1475mm, ground clearance is 169mm and kerb weight is 154.5kg, seat height is 710mm
RS 200 is featured with disc brakes on both wheels and optional ABS
Avenger 220 is featured with disc brake on front wheel and drum brake on rear wheel.
RS 200 is featured with tubeless tyres while Avenger 220 with tube tyres.
RS 200 has rear suspension as Nitrox mono shock absorber with Canister while the rear suspension of Avenger 220 is Hydraulic Shock Absorber.
As per users experience the mileage of RS 200 is around 40 kmpl in the city conditions and 45 kmpl on highway while of Avenger 220 is 35 kmpl in the city conditions and 40 kmpl on highway.
• Price (ex-showroom Delhi as on 05.10.2015)
RS 200 (Non)-ABS : Rs. 1,20,000
RS 200 (ABS) : Rs. 1,32,000
Avenger 220 : Rs. 81,596
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