New Pulsar N160 launched, priced at just Rs 1.27 lakh, features are also tremendous


New Delhi. Bajaj Auto has launched the new Pulsar N160 in the Indian market. It shares its platform and features with the 160cc naked street-fighter quarter-litre Pulsar motorcycles. The all-new Bajaj Pulsar N160 has been launched in India for Rs 1.22 lakh for the single-channel ABS variant and Rs 1.27 lakh for the dual-channel ABS variant. All these prices are ex-showroom.

In terms of design, it looks completely similar to the Pulsar N250. The motorcycle gets projector headlamps with twin LED DRLs, sharp tank extension, underbelly cowl for engine safety, stubby exhaust, multi-spoke alloy wheels and an LED tail lamp. Talking about the color options, the segment’s first dual-channel ABS variant has been offered only in the Brooklyn Black shade.

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Powerful bike engine
The good thing is that the more affordable single-channel ABS model will be available in a total of three colors – Caribbean Blue, Racing Red and Brooklyn Black. The Pulsar N160 is powered by a 164.82cc, single-cylinder, four-stroke, oil-cooled, fuel-injected engine. This engine generates power of 15.7 bhp and peak torque of 14.6 Nm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Pulsar was launched 20 years ago
Sarang Kanade, President – ​​Motorcycles, Bajaj Auto said, “The Pulsar, launched twenty years ago, has revolutionized the sports-motorcycling in India. The Pulsar 250, the biggest ever Pulsar, was launched on the new platform in October 2021. This bike has received tremendous response from the customers. We are happy to expand the new platform to the 160cc segment. The new Pulsar N160 is a well-equipped bike for thrill rides. It is designed to provide the perfect street riding experience.”

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The company discontinued this bike
Bajaj Auto has recently discontinued its cheap bike CT100. Its updated model was launched a few years back with new features and new color options. It became the cheapest entry level bike in Bajaj Auto’s portfolio. Company dealerships have stopped taking bookings for the model and the bike has also been removed from the automaker’s official India website. The bike was a popular choice in the commuter segment in India.

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