Bajaj is undoubtedly the market leader in Motorcycle segment in India. Bajaj Pulsar is one of the popular bikes released by the company. In 2009 the company released the fourth generation Pulsar after incorporating some changes in the bike. The changes in the bike are not merely of cosmetic nature and include different equipment as well.
Bajaj New Pulsar 180 Specification
The Bajaj New Pulsar 180 review shows that the bike has a 178.6cc, single cylinder 4-stroke DTSi engine. This engine can deliver power of 17 bhp at 8500 rpm along with torque of 14.2 Nm at 500 rpm. The bike has 5 gears and wet multiplate clutch. The first gear feels short and the gear shifting is rather slick as well as precise.
The length of the bike is 2035 mm and its width is 765 mm while its height is 1115 mm. The plastics and other parts in the bike are quite sturdy. The bike has 37mm front telescopic suspension. The brakes include 260 mm disc brakes for front and rear has 130 mm drum brakes. The bike has double cradle chassis type. The weight of the bike is 147 kgs and its ground clearance is 165 mm. The wheelbase of the bike is 1345 mm and its fuel tank capacity is 15 litres.
Bajaj New Pulsar 180 Mileage
The bike can deliver mileage of 43 km/litre in the city while the mileage on the highway is 51 km/litre.
Bajaj New Pulsar 180 Features
The bike has digital fuel gauge as well as digital speedometer. The bike has 35W/35W Halogen headlamp. The bike also has self start feature.
Bajaj New Pulsar 180 Price and design variations
The price of the bike is around Rs 69000 and the bike is available in a single design variation.
Bajaj New Pulsar 180 Colors
The bike is available in four colors and these include Blue, Silver, Black and red.