Bajaj Pulsar 220F ABS

Ex-Showroom Price

₹ 1,08,326
* Delhi. May vary.


Bike Variant Bajaj Pulsar 220F ABS
Braking System 1-Channel ABS (Anti-lock Braking System)
Current Status Available
Body Type Sports Commuter
Fuel Type Petrol
Mileage 30-40 kmpl (Approx.)
Top Speed 134 kmph
Price in India Bajaj Pulsar 220F ABS is priced at INR 1,08,326 in India (Ex-Showroom).
Shades Laser Black, Nuclear Blue, Chrome Black, Dyno Red
Official Tagline The Fastest Indian
Warranty in India 2 Years or 30,000 kms (whichever is earlier).
Vehicle Overview Pulsar 220F ABS is the talk of the town with its attractive paint scheme and dark themed components. It is even just a few kph behind the mighty RS200 in terms of top speed. The updated model brings freshness to its already exciting design through the new changes. The bike produces 20.93 HP and 18.55 Nm of torque from its oil cooled engine. It competes against Hero Xtreme 200S and TVS Apache RTR 200.
Fuel Economy
Build Quality
Value for Money
Standout Features Projector Headlight, Oil Cooling, Impressive Acceleration
Should You Buy It? Only die hard 220F fans go for this Pulsar while others head toward NS200 for more refinement and better built quality.
Engine Description 220cc, Oil-Cooled, Single Cylinder
Cooling Oil Cooling
Displacement 220 cc
Maximum Power 20.9 HP @ 8500 rpm
Maximum Torque 18.5 Nm @ 7000 rpm
Number of Cylinders 1
Bore 67 mm
Stroke 62.4 mm
Number of Gears 5
Clutch Wet Multiplate Type
Front Brake 260mm Disc
Rear Brake 230mm Disc
Front Tyre 90/90-17
Rear Tyre 120/80-17
Wheel Type 6 Spoke Black Mag Alloys
Tubeless Tyres
Alloy Wheels
Front Suspension Telescopic, with anti-friction bush
Rear Suspension 5 way adjustable, Nitrox shock absorber
Overall Length 2035 mm
Overall Width 750 mm
Overall Height 1165 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Wheelbase 1350 mm
Kerb/Wet Weight 155 kg
Fuel Tank Capacity 15 litres
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Analog
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Fuel Gauge Digital
Gear Shift Light
Pass Light
Capacity 9Ah
Voltage 12V
Head Light 55W, Ellipsoidal
Tail Light LED
Automatic Headlamp On (AHO)
0-60 kmph 4.10 secs
0-100 kmph 10.5 secs
60-0 kmph 17.2 mtrs
0-400m 18.45 secs
Electric Start
Pillion Footrest
Step-up Seat/Split Seat
Pillion Grabrail
Engine Kill Switch
Miscellaneous Information
Handle Bar Clip On

Bajaj Pulsar 220F ABS Review

17 Jul, 2018 12:49 PM


Adopting an aggressive stance in the crowded consumer motorcycle market, Bajaj introduced another surprise with the announcement of a brand new Pulsar model – the 2017 Pulsar 220F DTS-i with BSIV engine. Billed as ‘the Fastest Indian’, it looks as though Bajaj are looking to capture drivers’ imaginations with high-spec technology and blistering performance. Let’s take a closer look at this exciting new offering from the tried-and-trusted manufacturer.

The 2017 Pulsar 220F aims to live up to its bold and aggressive stance in terms of design. The all-shades and graphics dominates its body, including swing-arms, suspension, wheels and engine. The original Pulsar 220 was Bajaj’s first bike to feature a front fairing and the bold styling of an athletic sports bike, and this new update maintains this edgy aesthetic. The brake calipers now feature a classy gold-plating finish. The Pulsar now features very stylish looking LED taillights. Its new split seat features a split grab rail for the pillion rider.

In keeping with the other revamped models released in its new generation of bikes, Bajaj have upgraded the 220F’s instrument console. Its all-digital panel features clear, bright digital displays for its speedometer, neutral blinker, trip meter, tachometer, low battery measure and fuel gauge. The enlarged tachometer is the dominant instrument, positioned in the middle of the console, with a fully digital display to the right and the LEDs on the left.

The 2017 Pulsar 220F is equipped with a meaty 220c, 4-stroke, air/oil-cooled DTSi, BS4 engine. The engine offers a maximum power of 20.8 BHP at 8500 rpm, and a maximum torque of 19.12 NM at 7000 rpm. Its patented TRICS 3 technology and smart CDI system improve the bike’s ignition timing and provide a smoother delivery of power, as well as temperature-based ignition mapping, using the largest venturi carburettor yet seen on a bike for the Indian market.

The bike’s acceleration is generally very good, shooting from 0 to 60 kmph in a blistering 4.1 seconds, and 0 to 100 in 9.5 seconds – these are great numbers. The bike is fitted with Bajaj’s patented ExhausTEC (Torque Expansion Chamber) system, which gives the vehicle a higher rate of pickup at lower rpms, reducing the need to shift gears frequently to maintain acceleration. The smart tech also provides better engine torque at lower rpms, and the result is plenty of latent engine power, no matter what stage of riding you are at. The bike’s pull is effortless, regardless of the load conditions heaped upon it. Built to be one of Bajaj’s fastest bikes, it offers actual top speed of 134 kmph (144 kmph on the speedometer).

2017 Bajaj Pulsar 200F boasts plenty of smart technology that, according Bajaj, should guarantee improved fuel efficiency and reduced consumption. The bike delivers an average efficiency of 30-40 kmpl, which is a respectable return for a bike in this class, although slightly lower than most budget buyers would like. The fuel tank has a capacity of 15 litres – 3.2 litres held in reserve, with 2.2 litres usable.

2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220F is a comfortable ride for drivers of all types. The bike’s seat is surprisingly firm and well padded, making it more comfortable than its severe lines might first suggest. It features a largely upright seat that is suitable for city driving and a number of ergonomic features such as well-positioned footrests.

Worthy of mention are the Pulsar’s capable illumination systems, which help to improve the bike’s safety. It features one of the few projector headlamps on a bike for the Indian market. In addition, it comes fitted with exceptionally powerful twin high-wattage projector headlamp (55W; which give incisive, strong beams providing a broad lighting spread. The bike’s headlamp is powered by a 12V full direct current, so it ensures strong illumination at every speed.

Bajaj Pulsar 220F’s suspension is recognizable – it’s the same that we’ve seen on other Bajaj models, but that just means that Bajaj have had time to refine it. The bike’s front sports 37mm telescopic front fork suspension with anti-friction bush. At the rear, it has a nitrox mono-shock absorber that is five-way adjustable. The suspension of 2017 Pulsar 220F is strong, but the level of vibration felt at higher speeds when moving over uneven surfaces is greater than you would wish. Bajaj Pulsar 220F’s brakes are a well-refined feature. It is fitted with a 260 mm ventilated disc brake at the front, and a 230 mm ventilated disc brake at the rear – it’s one of the few bikes on the market to be fitted with front and rear disc brakes as standard.

The Pulsar 220F’s engine is one of its best features: powerful yet refined. At higher revs the bike does produce quite a lot of unpleasant noise. The bike’s lightweight chassis and aerodynamic form mean that it moves smoothly and handles well, with no overcompensation when leaning. The bike is equipped with numerous sensors that halt the engine instantly if the bike bends through more than 60 degrees, helping to prevent critical accidents.

The 2017 model comes equipped with the broader 120/80 x 17 inch tubeless rear tyre, soft compound tires, plus reinforced five-spoke alloy wheels that look really great and maintain strong road grip. 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 220F is now available in 4 new dual-tone shades - Laser Black, Chrome Black, Dyno Red, and Nuclear Blue. There is just one variant of the Pulsar 220F.

Some dealers will throw in accessories such as a petrol lock or side lamp buzzer free of charge, but most accessories, like additional seat covers, Teflon coating, and bike covers, will be an additional cost on top of the bike’s price tag.

A reasonably priced bike with plenty of smart on-board technology to give a truly modern ride, the 2017 Pulsar 220F is an enjoyable vehicle. If fuel efficiency is important, choose another model, as this bike eats fuel at great speed and gives little return. The bike itself, however, represents excellent value for money given the level of performance it offers.

A clear and strong statement from Bajaj, the 2017 Pulsar 220F is nevertheless disappointing in some ways, particularly in terms of fuel efficiency, a factor that is important to many drivers. However, it’s a charming ride with plenty of character and much to commend it.


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