Bajaj has launched the Pulsar N160 to update its portfolio and strengthen its presence in the entry-level segment of our market.
Here is a detailed video about the newly launched Bajaj Pulsar N160. Bajaj offers some attractive features in modernizing its product range and on this affordable motorcycle. It has captured much of the Indian market, from small-capacity to medium-powered bicycles. The Pulsar N160 contrasts with models such as the Apache RTR160 and the Suzuki Gixxer. Check all the details of this new product.
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Bajaj Pulsar N160 walk – outdoors
From the outside, the design is very modernized. The projector has an LED headlight with LED DRL-skins, which gives an aggressive and sporty look. In fact, he gets some design marks from his big brother N250. The glossy taillights on the back offer a modern look that can be seen on sports bikes. The suction tube under the abdomen is compact and the split seat unit also looks great. The steering wheel and mirrors make it look like a bike with a more expensive motorcycle design.
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On the side of the fuel tank there is a sculptural body panel that makes the motorcycle look sporty. The N160 moniker is attached to the rear side body panel and has a pylon handle on the back. As for the fuel tank, the model is very curved and gives the body a muscular appearance. There are three attractive colors to offer; The race is red, techno gray and carrab blue.
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The Pulsar N160 comes with a 164 cc single cylinder with DTSi technology that produces 15.70 horsepower and a maximum power and torque of 14.65 Nm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed transmission. The front profile is fitted with conventional telescopic plugs, while the rear has a mono-shock absorber. The 17-inch alloy wheels are equipped with a dual-channel ABS system with two-wheel disc brakes. In addition, it has a cluster of semi-digital instruments with a lot of information for the rider. Puslar N160 will cost between 1.22 lacquers and 0.127 rupees in the former exhibition hall.