The Launch of The New Pulsar N160 in India

The Launch of The New Pulsar N160 in India

The price of the bike is the same as the Bajaj Pulsar NS160. The Pulsar lineup gets a new addition as Bajaj has just launched the new Pulsar N160. This is the third bike born out of the entirely new platform after the Pulsar N250 and F250. As a result, it shares quite a bit of its genes with the quarter-liter twins.

Here is everything you need to know about Pulsar N160:-


The new Pulsar N160 is priced at Rs 1,22,854 for the single-channel ABS variant and Rs 1,27,853 for the dual-channel ABS variant (ex-showroom Delhi). While the single-channel ABS variant is priced the same as the Pulsar NS160, which is priced Rs 14,394 more than the disc variant is priced the same as the Pulsar NS160 14,394 more than the disc variant of the Pulsar 150. 

Rivaling the new Pulsar are the other 160cc bikes like the Yamaha FZS Fi V3.0, Honda X- Blade, Suzuki Gixxer, Hero Xtreme, and the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V; moreover, the new Pulsar N160 is the only motorcycle in its segment to offer the dual-channel ABS. 


The headlight cowl looks the same as the quarter-liter naked, and it comes with a projector headlight with the LED DRLs as well. The indicators are the bulbs, and the taillight is the LED.

A contoured split-seat setup complements the high-set tail section. This, coupled with the single-piece handlebar, should ensure comfortable, upright ergonomics. Nestled inside the chassis is the new oil-cooled 164.82cc engine that may produce a 16PS and 14.65cc oil-cooled engine. 

Despite the lower power output, the new bike offers more torque throughout the powerband; thus, this promises an exciting riding experience. 

The Pulsar N160 is built on the same chassis as the 250cc Pulsars, so it gets the same frame, 31mm telescopic fork for the single-channel ABS variant coupled with a monoshock. 

It is available with the single-channel and the dual-channel ABS, wherein the dual-channel ABS variant features a 300mm disc at the front while the single-channel ABS variant gets a 280mm front disc. Both the variants come equipped with 230mm rear discs. The bike rides on the 17-inch wheels wrapped with the 130-section tyre at the rear and the 100-section tyre at the front. 

The N160 gets a generous 14-liter fuel tank, on whose cover a USB charging port is implanted. The single-channel ABS variant weighs 152 kg, whereas the dual-channel ABS variant weighs 154 kg, making this one the heaviest bike in the segment. 

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