Bajaj Auto has finally launched its new Bajaj Pulsar N160 in the Indian market. The starting price of this bike has been introduced at a price of Rs 1.23 lakh (ex-showroom). Talking about the color options, the single channel ABS version gets Caribbean Blue, Racing Red and Techno Gray options, while the dual channel ABS version gets the segment first Brooklyn Black shade.
The company has introduced the new Bajaj Pulsar N160 in two variants, which include single channel ABS and dual channel ABS. The price of its dual channel variant has been kept at Rs 1.28 lakh. In the market, this bike competes with Yamaha FZ, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V and Suzuki Gixxer.
New Bajaj Pulsar N160
Styling and Features
Talking about the design, the Bajaj Pulsar N160 is similar to the bigger Pulsar N250. The new model supports the same single LED projector headlamps. Slim LED daytime running lamps are surrounded on both sides. Elements such as the fuel tank, tank extension, split seat, alloy wheels and tail-light have been taken from the Bajaj N250. The Bajaj Pulsar N160 gets an underbelly exhaust instead of the side-slung unit on the Pulsar Bajaj Pulsar N250.
Apart from this, Bajaj Pulsar N160 also gets a USB charging port, a 14-litre fuel tank and a Digi-Analog instrument cluster that displays gear status, watch, fuel economy and range.
Engine and gearbox
The new Bajaj Pulsar N160 is powered by a new 164.82cc, 2-valve, oil-cooled, single cylinder engine that churns out 16Bhp power at 8,750Rpm and 14.65Nm torque at 6,750Rpm, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. has been added.
The new Bajaj Pulsar N160 does not use the 160cc, 4 valve engine of the old Bajaj Pulsar NS160 and the engine of the new model generates 1.2 Bhp less power than the old model engine, although both these engines are seen in the same torque in terms of torque. Huh.
mono shock at rear Suspension
The Pulsar N160 has been given 37mm telescopic fork up front and mono shock at the rear. The motorcycle uses 17-inch wheels with 100/80-17 front tyre and 130/70-17 rear tyre. For braking, a 300mm front disc has been given in the dual-channel ABS version.
On the other hand, a 280mm front disc brake has been used in the single channel ABS version, while both the variants get a rear disc of 230mm at the rear. The weight of the single channel ABS version has been kept at 152 kg and the weight of the dual channel ABS version is 154 kg.
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