Bajaj launches new-age Pulser 180 BS6, looks and dum hans

New Delhi. Good news for bike enthusiasts. Bajaj Auto on Friday launched the new Pulsar 180 Roadster in India. The price of this bike has been kept at Rs 1,04,768 (ex-showroom, Mumbai). This latest bike is powered by BS6 emission standards engine and is made available in only one color – Black Red. This latest bike from Bajaj is said to be a competitor to the three bikes of Honda, TVS and Hero present in the market.

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There is also good news for those who want to see this bike in front of them or take a test ride. It has started arriving at the company’s dealership for bike displays and test rides. It was recently spotted at a dealership in Mumbai.

The bike gets a familiar single-pod headlight with twin DRLs in terms of exterior design and styling updates. The headlamp unit is fitted with a tinted front main visor. Other major design highlights of the bike include a muscular fuel tank with casing, split-style seats, engine cowl and two-piece pillion grab rail. Apart from this, the tweaked semi-digital instrument cluster has also been given in this bike.

In terms of mechanical updates, the bike uses a powertrain similar to the semi-faired Pulsar 180F. The engine is a single-cylinder 178.6 cc, air-cooled unit and produces a maximum power of 16.7 bhp at 8,500rpm and peak torque of 14.52 Nm at 6,500rpm. While it has a five-speed gearbox for transmission.

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Suspension kits include telescopic forks at the front and gas-charged twin springs at the rear. At the same time, braking is controlled by 280 mm single disc-brakes in the front as well as 230 mm single rotor in the rear. Its brakes work together with single-channel ABS.

Some of the major rivals of the new Pulsar 180 BS 6 include the Honda Hornet 2.0, TVS Apache RTR 180 and Hero Extreme 160 R BS-6.


Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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