Bajaj Launches the Pulsar N160 at Rs.1.23 Lakh, gets segment 1st Dual Channel ABS
Bajaj has launched the New Pulsar N160 in India priced at ₹1.23 Lakh ex showroom Delhi. The latest Pulsar N160 gets segment first Dual Channel ABS braking on its feature list. The ABS version of the Pulsar N160 is priced at ₹1.27 Lakh ex showroom Delhi.
In terms of styling, the N160 looks completely same as the Pulsar N250. The motorcycle sports a projector headlamp with twin LED DRLs, sharp tank extensions, an lower belly cowl as engine protection, fat exhaust, multi-spoke alloy wheels, and an LED tail lamp.
The Bajaj Pulsar N160 ABS will only be available in the Brooklyn Black color shade while the Non ABS version comes in Caribbean Blue, Racing Red, and Brooklyn Black paint shades.
The Pulsar N160 also gets mono shock suspension at the rear, bi-functional projector LED headlight, LCD speedo console, USB mobile charger, 300mm rear and 200mm front disc brakes, 100/80 – 17 Front & 130/70 – 17 Rear spec tyres.
Powering the Pulsar N160 is a 164.82cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, oil-cooled, fuel-injected engine. This motor hits out 15.7 bhp and 14.6 Nm of peak torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox
Sarang Kanade, President – Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto, said, “Twenty years ago, Pulsar pioneered the sports-motorcycling revolution in India. The Pulsar 250, the biggest ever Pulsar, launched on the new platform in October 2021, received a tremendous response from customers, enthusiasts and experts alike. We are excited to extend the new platform to the 160cc segment. The new Pulsar N160 packs an exciting proposition that is built to deliver the perfect street riding experience”.
§ Dual-Channel ABS: Provides precision braking and uncompromising power of control that inspires confidence even at high speeds
§ Bi-Functional LED Projector headlamp: Flanked by signature naked wolf LED DRLs – offering unmatched illumination and precise beam for improved safety
§ Mono-shock Suspension: New mono-shock unit to offer pinpoint handling without compromising on comfort
§ Infinity Display Console: Retaining the ‘Badge of Thrill’ – the Tachometer needle – as a nod to the golden age of performance motorcycling
§ USB Mobile Charging: At a convenient position near the tank flap, for Pulsarmaniacs who are always on the go
§ Gear Position Indicator: For confidence and accuracy in achieving the perfect gear shift
§ Distance to Empty Readout: Integrated with infinity console for better fuel planning
§ Assured Braking: 300 mm front and 230 mm rear bigger-disc brakes
§ Stronger Grip: Larger tyre dimensions of 100/80 – 17 F & 130/70 – 17 R for improved grip on any terrain