Bajaj Pulsar N160 in First-Ever Walkaround – VIDEO

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Bajaj has launched the Pulsar N160 to update its portfolio and continue to strengthen its presence in the entry-level segment in our market.

Here is a detailed walkaround video of the newly launched Bajaj Pulsar N160. Bajaj is modernizing its range of products and offers some attractive features on this affordable motorcycle. It has captured the majority of the market in India starting from the small capacity to medium capacity engine bikes. The Pulsar N160 challenges the likes of Apache RTR160 and Suzuki Gixxer. Check out all the details of this new product.

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Walkaround of Bajaj Pulsar N160 – Exterior

On the outside, the design has been modernized a lot. The face features a projector LED headlamp with LED DRLs making it look aggressive and sporty. In fact, it borrows some design cues from its elder sibling, the N250. At the rear, the sleek taillamps offer a contemporary pattern that is seen on sporty bikes. The underbelly exhaust pipe is compact and the split-seat setup looks great too. The handlebar and mirrors make it look like a bike with a design from a more expensive motorcycle.

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There is a sculpted body panel on the side of the fuel tank that makes the bike look sporty. The N160 moniker has been pasted on the rear side body panel and the rear end comes with a grab handle for the pillion. Speaking of the fuel tank, the pattern is quite curvaceous and lends a muscular appearance to the body. There are three attractive colours on offer; Racing Red, Techno Grey and Carrabean Blue.

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bajaj pulsar n160 walkaround video
Bajaj Pulsar N160 walkaround video


The Pulsar N160 comes with a 164-cc single cylinder with DTSi technology that outputs 15.70 bhp and 14.65 Nm of peak power and torque. This engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The front profile has conventional telescopic forks setup and the rear has the monoshock absorber. The 17-inch alloy wheels are equipped with a dual-channel ABS with disk brakes on both wheels. In addition to that, it has a part-digital instrument cluster with plenty of information for the rider. The prices of the Puslar N160 range between Rs 1.22 lakh and Rs .127 lakh, ex-showroom.