By now it has become well known that Bajaj is yet to give up on its fast ageing warhorses. It can be seen updating the Pulsar range quite often. Here we have one of the oldest and most powerful one, Bajaj Pulsar 180. It carries the same look of the original Pulsar. Read on for price, specs and mileage of the bike.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 is one of the last bikes of the range to carry its original look. It was first launched in 2001. After its launch, the youth demanded more because of its sporty looks and affordable prices. So, here we put the 180 CC Bajaj bike under the scope. Yes, the bike is old and does not offer many features too. As of now, it competes with TVS Apache RTR 180. The Pulsar 180 comes with famous domed cowl, side scoops, 3D logos, alloy wheels and a semi-digital console. Other mechanical features include twin spark ignition, gas-charged rear suspension and a front and rear disc brake. Now, in this post, we have provided details on the Bajaj Pulsar 180. Read on for 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 180 price, specifications, features.
It may be noted that the Pulsar 180 has always been the choice of many performance hungry sub-200cc bike buyers. Thanks to its grunty engine and decent fuel mileage, the P180 has always found a lot of takers. Currently, the bike is in its 6th generation, it still looks bulky with a thrilling body.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Price
|Ex-showroom, New Delhi||Rs 83,347|
The Pulsar 180 retailed for the first time for roughly Rs 76,000. Thanks to updated styling and engine, the latest Bajaj Pulsar 180 price is higher and has been kept at Rs 83,347 (ex-showroom). Bajaj has always been known to price its bikes very competitively.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Review Video
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Specifications
|Engine||178.6cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke|
|Max. Power||17.5 PS|
|Peak Torque||14.22 Nm|
|Kerb Weight||152 KGs|
|Brakes||260 mm (Front), 230 mm (Rear)|
|Suspension||Telescopic Forks (Front), 5-way adjustable Twin Shock Absorbers (Rear)|
There isn’t a huge change in the specifications. However, the 2017 model Pulsar 180 is BSIV-compliant. Its 178.6cc DTS-i engine outputs a max. power of 17.02 BHP and a peak torque of 14.22 Nm. The engine continues to come mated to a 5-speed Manual Transmission.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 – Colours
The Pulsar 180 is on sale in four color options –
- Chrome Black
- Laser Black
- Dyno Red
- Nuclear Blue
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Mileage
Expect the bike to offer up to 45 KMPL out on the highways. 40 KMPL should be easily achievable in city riding.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Top Speed
|True Top Speed||126 KMPH|
The Pulsar 180 has a true top speed of roughly 126 KMPH. However, thanks to speedo error, the bike’s instrument console can show speeds of up to 140 KMPH. Still, 126 KMPH is a respectable top speed for a bike in this class.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Facelift Design
There isn’t a big change in the styling. While the basic design remains the same, there are some new additions. For starters, the bike now gets a rear disc brake. Also, the bike now gets a monotone paint scheme. The UG5 had a dual tone paint job. It also gets slightly changed graphics. Also, it gets Automatic On Headlamps. Once astride, you should be quick to notice that the orange backlight of the speedo console has been replaced with a blue one. Coming back to the decals, these seem to come from the updated Pulsar 220. The rims too now get a new pinstriping. Another small change is a better-bolstered seat.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Features
- Stylish New Decals
- Rear Disc Brake
- Always-on Headlamp
- LED Taillight
- Back-lit Switchgear
- Blue Backlit Speedo Console
- Digital Speedo
- Clip-on Style Handlebar
- Over-rev indicator
- Gear-shift Indicator
- BSIV Complaint Engine
- Nitrox Gas-charged Rear Shock Absorbers
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