Yamaha Fazer 25 and Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 comparison – “Her point of view”
Captured by motographer Iba Leontyne Mawkhw, are the new age urbanites – the Yamaha Fazer 25 and the Bajaj Pulsar RS 200. Both motorcycles have their own fan base and ever since their debut been capturing the hearts of motorcyclists. Moving away from the standard hum-drum scenery we decided to put these machines in their natural environment and let you the reader decide for yourself.
Here adronding the scenery is the BS3 Demon Black Bajaj Pulsar RS 200 (ABS) and the Yamaha Fazer 25. While the both are fully faired motorcycles churning out about 25 and 21 bhp of power respectively the RS comes armed with a front abs with a bigger disc while the Fazer gets nissin bybre combo. The split handlebar of the Pulsar gives it a distinct sports bike feel whereas sans the split handlebars the Fazer 25 tucks itself into corners quite easily. The pulsar is said to top out in excess of 150 kmph whereas the Fazer returned about 141 on the top. Both are fuel injected motorcycles however the Fazer is a runaway hit given its refinement and lack of body vibes that emits from the bajaj. The RVMs on the Fazer are well placed and as long as they are properly adjusted they offer best in class FOV, whereas the Pulsar requires a “deeper look”. In terms of mileage in case of both motorcycles it hovers around the 30 kmpl marks subject to riding style.
The “Definitely male” motorcycle oozed of machismo that blew our lady in question away. On the other hand she was wooed by the suave attitude of the new “Lord of the street” .
Location Courtesy: Animesh Agarwal