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Bajaj Pulsar 180F

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Rs. 1.10 Lakh
Discontinued Model since 1 Mar 2021

Bajaj Pulsar 180F Overview

With the launch of the Pulsar 180 naked, Bajaj has pulled the plug on its half-faired Pulsar 180F. The latter had become rather pricey (when on sale: Rs 1,14,003, ex-showroom Delhi) and was not selling as well as Bajaj intended. With the demise of the 180F, the only half-faired Pulsar you can buy now is the Pulsar 220F. More details on the model's discontinuation in this story here.


The Pulsar 180F looks like a spitting image of its elder sibling, the Pulsar 220F. The half-fairing has been around for over a decade, with the design aging beautifully like fine wine. On the 180F, Bajaj has provided neon orange elements that work well with the matte black colour scheme. You could also opt for the gloss black and red combo but the former would be our pick of the two.


There aren’t many modern features on the Pulsar 180F to talk about. No LED headlights, no full digital displays or fancy equipment to boast of. You get dual vertically-stacked projector headlights, which is the same setup as the 220F. The tail-light is LED lit but conventional bulbs are used for the turn indicators. The layout of the semi-digital information console hasn’t changed for nearly a decade as it continues to show data like fuel gauge, speedometer, trip meter and odometer. The tachometer remains analogue. The only premium bit of feature that you find is backlit switches, a novelty feature that you find on all Pulsars.


Powering the Pulsar 180F remains the trusty old 178.6cc single-cylinder DTS-i engine, which, now in its BS6 guise, produces 17.02PS and 14.52Nm. The peak torque has gone up marginally, 0.32Nm more, thanks to the inclusion of fuel-injection. There are no changes to the five-speed gearbox.

On the Bajaj Pulsar 180F, you find a conventional telescopic fork and gas-charged twin rear shocks (with preload adjustability) handling suspension duties. The 6-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels remain the same as they come shod with a slim 90/90-section front and similarly slim 120/80-section rear tyres. There are disc brakes at both ends. Bajaj has equipped the Pulsar 180F with single-channel ABS to save on costs.

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Q. I want 150 sticker?
  • For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest service center as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest service center and selecting your city accordingly - Service Center.
Q. What is the cruising speed you keep maintained in Pulsar 180? if I buy this bike then at what speed can I cruise in highways for longer distances like 250kms?
  • The Bajaj Pulsar 180F feels relaxed doing speeds between 80-90kmph but once you go above it, severe vibrations can be felt on the handlebars, tank and footpegs. Moreover, the Pulsar 180F can reach speeds up to 120kmph.
  • 60 to 75 for pulsar 150 ,you have a good clutch plate and chain sprocket pulsar 180 cruising speed is 80 to 88 is good
  • 60 to 75 for pulsar 150 ,you have a good clutch plate and chain sprocket pulsar 180 crushing speed is 80 to 88 is good
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Q. There is ECU problem in my Bajaj Pulsar 180F.
  • For that, we'd suggest you to please visit the nearest authorized service center of Bajaj Motors as they would be able to assist you better after the inspection of your bike. Follow the link and select your city accordingly for service centers.
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Q. Which petrol that we we have to use in Pulsar 180 F bs6 variant?
  • Same as other vehicle, the Bajaj Pulsar 180F would work fine with the regular petrol, however, if you want slightly better performance then you may opt for the premium/power petrol.
  • You just need regular fuel for it, you don't need extra premium or any other kind of fuel.
Q. I want to buy 180F. I just want to know about the head lights? is it same as 220F? If not then kindly let me know how it works at night? Same like 220F or less?
  • Bajaj Pulsar 180F borrows its design from its bigger sibling Pulsar 220F and features the same half-fairing with vertically-stacked dual-projector headlamps. The headlight on the Pulsar 180F is great and offers good visibility at night.
Q. Did Bajaj Pulsar 180F have automatic indicator off option?
  • Currently, Bajaj Pulsar 180F is not available with auto indicators off feature.
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Bajaj Pulsar 180F User Reviews

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  • Waiting for this beast

    One can experience joyful rides with the upcoming Bajaj Pulsar NS 400. That bike boasts a 373cc engine that yields power and torque, its suspension is responsible for a smooth ride. One feature of Pulsar NS 400 is a digital instrument cluster, LED headlight, along with a stylish design. Expecting that it handles well which makes it versatile for urban riding and longer trips. Though, it's expected low fuel efficiency could be a constraint for some riders. But overall, NS 400 is a top bike one can prefer for performance, speed and comfort.

  • Pulsar 180f

    Pulsar 180f is affordable and stylish bike.If you are looking for stylish bike with good mileage then i think this is the best option pulsar 180f have smooth gear and clutch.

  • 4.6
    4years anniversary

    4years anniversary with my pulsar180f.Its been almost four years+ with this beast.Very powerful engine with robust parts.Moving in traffic is like a sword in air.Pros: 1.Mileage is over 35-40 depending on city and highway rides.2.Performance is excellent easily touched 130-140kmph3.Service is good they have branches all over.4.Sporty and superior designcons: vibrations start if you rough use the vehicle or over speeding the vehicle.

  • 4.6
    Excellent bike

    Excellent bike and always a fun riding as it gives a feeling of pulsar 220.Good handling, Fuel average and performance excellent.

  • Good mileage

    Good looking on the road, People think it is 220f only the exhaust looks different else all is same is 220f, I1get 38 to 40 of mileage, All parts are still in good and working condition paint is super.New design over the 1 pulsar logo is stunning! service cost is between 1500 to 3000 its been 3 years now but seat covers are looks like new only.Overall it is a very good bike with 1 good speed and performance.

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