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By MT Bureau| Feb 23, 2021

Bajaj Launches New Pulsar 180, Priced at INR 1,07,904/-

Bajaj Auto has launched the new Pulsar 180, a 178.6cc, muscular and light sporty commuter adding to the lineup of the most popular entry-level motorcycle brand in India.

The new motorcycle sits between the Pulsar 150 and the Pulsar 220F, a semi faired version of the iconic brand. Additionally, it replaces the Pulsar 180F which is now discontinued.

The Pulsar 180 is a stylish nod to the design that started the bike revolution in the 150cc and above segments in the country. Visually the peppy two-wheeler remains unchanged sharing the same components as the Pulsar 150, what’s different, however, is the bold decals across the length of the body, split seats, and an ‘infinity’ LED tail lamp.

The instrument cluster, too, with a semi-digital instrument cluster. Meaning the odometer and the speedometer are fully digital wherein the tachometer is analogue.

Mechanically, the motorcycle is equipped with a 178.6cc, Air-Cooled, BSVI Compliant, DTS-i Fi engine delivering a peak torque of 14.52 Nm at 6,500 RPM and 16.78 Bhp at 8,500 RPM. It also features a 5-speed transmission gearbox with a telescopic anti-friction bush in the front suspension and a 5-way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber in the rear.

The new Pulsar 180 caters to a fast-growing segment of customers who seek premium quality, cutting edge international style and world-class performance. The Pulsar 180 will target consumers looking for a sports vehicle, competition includes TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Pulsar NS160, Yamaha FZS FI-V3 and Hero Xtreme 160R.

The 2021 Pulsar 180 will be available for INR 1,07,904/- (ex-showroom, Delhi) across all Bajaj Auto authorised dealerships in India. (MT)

 

  • Replaces Pulsar 180F (Faired variant).
  • Two colour options: Black w Red, Black w Blue.
  •  Priced at Rs. 1,07,904/- (Ex-showroom, Delhi).
  •  The 178.6cc, fuel-injected engine delivers a peak torque of 14.52 Nm at 6,500 RPM and 16.78 Bhp at 8,500 RPM.

 

The Pulsar 180 carries over the iconic halogen headlight dome
The 120/80 section rear tyre

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