A host of features followed by Bajaj Pulsar NS150 and 180 are featured in Bajaj Pulsar NS160. There was a huge gap between NS150 and 180 features. NS180, being called an elder sibling had an edge over NS150 in terms of speed, performance and efficiency, and so the fans didn’t like it. Bajaj Pulsar manufacturers, therefore, went on to manufacturing NS160 – a riding-machine that follows features of both the two variants, NS150 and 180.
In terms of speed, efficiency, power and performance – Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 positions greatly. The bike is powered by a 160.3cc engine churning max power of 15.20bhp at 8500rpm, following a mileage of 45.00kmpl. A five-speed mash gearbox is further mated to the engine providing improved efficiency to the bike. There is one variant available for the bike – Bajaj Pulsar NS160 STD, following an on-road price of Rs. 83,875.
Some key features include pass-light, clear-lens indicator lenses, AHO, back-lit switchgear and BSIV compliant engine. Furthermore, the wheel-size is 17 inches, following an alloy-type, being tubeless and ensuring how punctured-resistant the bike’s tyres are. Thus, you can ride Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 over the longest tours and the bike won’t disappoint. The tubeless alloy-wheel tyres ensure how this bike is capable of tackling the milestones occurring in the way. Also, talking about the design, there are three color options you can choose from – Red/Black, Black/White and Blue/Black.
Exceed its power above 125kmph and you won’t experience any vibrations, so one thing is for sure – irksome-free is what you can call this bike as. Go for this bad-boy, if you’re looking for trouble-free long tours.