Bajaj Pulsar NS160
Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6
Price Break-Up Detail
|Ex-Showroom Price||: Rs. 1.11 Lakh|
|RTO + Road Tax + Others||: Rs. 11,417|
|Insurance||: Rs. 9,108|
|Final on Road Price||: Rs. 1.32 Lakh|
Key Features of Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6
- Body Graphics
- Low Fuel Warning Lamp
- Pass Switch
- LED tail lights
Key Specifications of Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6
- 160.3 cc Engine
Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6 Overview
Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6 is the base variant in the Pulsar NS160 lineup and is priced at Rs. 1.11 Lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). This Twin Disc BS6 variant comes with an engine putting out and of max power and max torque respectively. Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6 is available in 3 colours : Wild Red, Saffire Blue and Fossil Grey. To know more about the Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6 images, reviews, offers & other details, download the Zigwheels App.
Full Specs & Features of Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Twin Disc BS6
Kick and Self Start
Low Fuel Warning Lamp
Analogue and Digital
4 Stroke, SOHC 4 Valve, Oil Cooled, Twin Spark BSVI DTS-i FI engine
17.2 PS @ 9000 rpm
14.6 Nm @ 7250 rpm
No Of Cylinders
Valve Per Cylinder
No Of Gears
Performance and Fuel economy
Chassis and Suspension
Telescopic with Anti-friction Bush
Nitrox mono shock absorber with Canister
Tyres and Wheels
Front :-90/90 -17 Rear :-120/80 -17
Front :-431.8 mm, Rear :-431.8 mm
Wheels Type (Pressed Steel/ Alloy)
Front Brake Diameter
Rear Brake Diameter
LED tail lights
Turn Signal Lamp
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Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Pulsar NS160
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is equipped with a fuel injection engine so it is not available with reserve knob.
- The internal actual tank is metal. On the outside, it gets ABS plastic panels.
- You may go for a wider tyre but upsizing the size of a tyre is increasingly becoming an obsession with people to create an added visual appeal to their bike. Moreover, It is advisable to go for an upgrade anywhere between the 3% margin for better performance and handling, increased grip, and creating a visual appeal. Do take note that upsizing the wheels and tyres may decrease the fuel efficiency of the bike and may result in a speedometer error on the bike if upsizing is not correct. So, we would recommend you to go for a 130/80 -17sized tyre for better performance.
- You may go for a big sized tyre but upsizing the size of a tyre is increasingly becoming an obsession with people to create an added visual appeal to their bike. Moreover, It is advisable to go for an upgrade anywhere between the 3% margin for better performance and handling, increased grip and creating a visual appeal. Do take note that upsizing the wheels and tyres may decrease the fuel efficiency of the bike and may result in a speedometer error on the bike if upsizing is not correct.
- For this, we'd suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized service center in your city as they would be able to assist you better with the details. Follow the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 uses a 12V, 3W bulb for the position lamp. The 90W bulb would not be compatible with the bike.
- This could be because of certain reasons - Weak / Dead Battery, clogged fuel tank vent, the clutch is not engaging properly, blocking intake or exhaust, loose spark plug wire and engine cutoff switch. Moreover, we'd suggest you get your bike checked at the nearest authorized service centre. of Bajaj in your city.
- As of now there is no official information we have got from the brand's end so please stay tuned for more updates.
- How would you ride a bike without wheels? Kuch bhi!
- It's not really a family bike . Ladies can't sit sideways comfortably even tho the bike has a meaningless ladies foot rest. The reason is the seat. The back seat is not designed for ladies to sit sideways and it its kinda raised on the front side area between the legs .so someone sitting sideways would definitely feel very uncomfortable.
- Can we add add ladies footrest in bike ns 125 yes or no
- The third service is to be done at 10,000km and after that Bajaj recommends a service interval of 5000km after the previous service.
- In order to improve the mileage, we would suggest you ride slower. Riding fast can reduce your fuel efficiency by up to 33% if you are traveling above 60 mph. It is best to change gears appropriately and match the gear and the RPM carefully.
- For the first 10k km use the recommended bajaj engine oil and don't listen to the bajaj guys when they say the oil lasts 10k km. Mandatorily replace oil every 4 to 5k km if not it'll get thicker and your engine will over heat. After 10k km you can switch to any synthetic or semi synthetic oil. I have tried both motul 20W50 synthetic and semi synthetic oil and compared to bajaj oil they are way better, you'll feel your gearbox has become softer and you'll feel the decrease in engine vibrations and has become rev friendly.
- The recommended engine oil grade for Bajaj Pulsar 160NS is 20W50 JASO MA2. Moreover, the engine oil needs to be replaced at 1st, 3rd, and 5th service. For more details, you may refer to the user manual of your vehicle.
- Yes, Bajaj Pulsar NS160 comes equipped with both Kick and Self Start.
- Worst non stop oil leak
- Bore dia : 58mm Stroke length : 60.7 mm
- Alloy wheel size is 1.85× 17 inchPrice is around 4.2 k
- 150 is the maximum size for ns 200, anything above that is meaningless
- Average, the bike is not built for cornering. The suspensions are not stiff enough to play with corners. Rest depends upon your confidence, skills and a good pair of tyres.
- I have same problem on my NS160 as you mention. There is noise it rattles whenever I drive offroad or on p*t holes.
- I have same problem on my NS160 as you mention. There is noise it rattles whenever I drive offroad or on speedbreaker. Let me know if anyone find any solution. Thank you
- I'm not sure, please visit service center and get it checked
- Buy whichever colour you like the most. Buy what you like, not what others like. Visit the showroom and inspect every colour bike properly and come to a conclusion, but if you really need others suggestion, I'd go with blue or red
- No, the rim is too small. The maximum you can upsize is 100/80 R17 on front
- 100 section is OK & enough with stock rims..
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is not available with Bluetooth connectivity.
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160 packs a pretty powerful engine. It is powered by a 160.3cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine with oil cooler. It churns out 17.2PS at 9000rpm and 14.6Nm at 7250rpm, making it the most powerful motorcycle in its segment. However, the engine refinement could have been better. Apart from that, there isn't any issue with the engine. In fact, it is the most powerful motorcycle in its segment, making it ideal for enthusiasts who prioritise performance over anything else. For a better understanding of performance and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- Yes. My bike automatically getting off in the middle of the road. This problem exist in my new bike itself. It will get turned on after some 15 mins. Even the service station people have no answer for this.
- Not if you maintain your bike well
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is not available with hazard lights.
- Look dude, you better refrain from answering.. as I've checked all your answers are senseless random yes or no. If you don't know the answer, then ignore the question. Don't provide wrong answers.
- No, as it gets FI fuel supply, it can not be regulated manually.
- Apart from the new Burnt Red (matte finish) and Plasma Blue (satin finish) with white alloy wheels colour options, the Pulsar NS160 is available in Fossil Grey, Saffire Blue and Wild Red with black alloys.
- No, they are discontinued, you can paint the alloy wheels black from 3rd party paint shops
- In which showroom black alloy wheels bike are available?
- For this, we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized service center in your city as they would be able to assist you better with the spare parts. Follow the link and select your city accordingly foe service centers.
- Currently, Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is available in 3 different colours - Fossil Grey, Saffire Blue and Wild Red. For the availability of specific colours, we would suggest you to please connect with the nearest authorized dealership in your city as it depends on their stock book. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- The recommended engine oil grade is 20W50 JASO MA2 API SN. For more details, you may refer to the user manual of your vehicle or connect with the nearest authorized service center. You may click on the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- Offers and discounts are provided by the brand or the dealership and may vary depending on your city. We would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized dealership for more details. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership details.
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160 is only available in a single Twin Disc BS6 variant which comes with single-channel ABS.
- No, it's discontinued
- There could be an issue with the battery sensor so we would suggest you walk into the nearest service center and get it inspected as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms.
- Same issue i also faced even showroom mechanics also not responded well ...3 times i faced this issue ..so i went showroom they simply charged the battery and handover to me but with in on day agagin low battery came and bike stopped this is how bajaj people responding
- For first time in the day it is good for bike if you kick start it
- The Bajaj Pulsar NS160 BS6 is powered by a 160.3cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine with oil cooler.
- It's an oil cooled + air cooled engine
- As of now, there is no official update available from the brand side. Stay tuned with ZigWheels for further updates.
- There is no news of pulsar 150ns as of now
- Both Bajaj Pulsar NS160 and TVS Apache RTR 160 4V would be comfortable enough for you as per your height. For a better understanding of compatibility and riding comfort, we would suggest you to take a test ride. Follow the link and select your desired city for dealership.
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160 features a halogen headlamp unit which works efficiently on the bike. For more details on the same, we'd suggest you to connect with the nearest authorized service center. Click on the link and select your desired city for service centers,
- Please don't mislead others by providing false information
- It would not be a feasible idea to install the 199.5cc single-cylinder of Pulsar NS200 on the Pulsar NS160. For more details on the same, we would suggest you to get in touch with the nearest authorized service center. Follow the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- I wonder why you didn't buy ns200 instead
- 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.
- The second service of Bajaj Pulsar NS160 comes due after 4500-5000 kms. For more details, you may refer to the owner's manual of your vehicle or connect with the nearest authorized service center.
- Second service can be done at 4500-5000 km after 1st service or after 120 days of 1st service. ( This applies to all the upcoming services too)
- Where did you get that information? The present version has single channel abs on front.
- Bajaj Pulsar NS160 comes with single-channel ABS.
- In order to get better fuel efficiency returns from your bike, you may keep certain things in mind such as: do not rev the bike unnecessarily, timely maintenance, tyre pressure management, riding the bike at economical speeds, slow and gradual throttle input, etc. Check out the following post for more details on the same: How To Get The Maximum Fuel Efficiency From Your Bike.
- Timely proper maintenance Maintain optimum tyre pressureRide between 4-5k rpm
- As of now, we haven't encountered any overheating issues with the Bajaj Pulsar NS160, however, if you are facing any such issues then we would suggest you to visit the nearest authorized service center and they would be able to assist you post inspection of the bike. Follow the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- For this, we would suggest you walk into the nearest dealership as they will be the better person to assist you. You can click on the following link to see the details of the nearest dealership and selecting your city accordingly - Bike Showrooms.
- Yes, Pulsar NS160 has both center and side stand.
- As per the law, it is mandatory to have a three years third-party insurance with two-wheelers.
- The braking specifications of Bajaj Pulsar NS200 differs from that of NS160 and may not be compatible with one another. Moreover, we would suggest you to connect with the nearest service center of Bajaj. Follow the link and select your desired city for service centers.
- No, there is no gear indicator in Bajaj Pulsar NS160.
- Is it
- Tell me , Hornet 2.0 or Hero Xtreme which is the best one to pick-up at 1.29L on-road price. Yes, I repeat it's on-road price.. 2020 model hornet have 25,000/- offer
- But the tyres r thin than other competitors like yamaha fzs,fz, suzuki gixxer, honda hornet,hero xtreme 160r, tvs apache 160 4v
- The outer fuel cover is made up of plastic, but the quality is sturdy and good. Better than r15' s plastics.
- Bajaj Genuine engine oil 250w50 is the best
- 20W50 bajaj engine oil
- Change the rear tyre to 130-70. But do proper research once because this might affect the mileage and performance
- Down payment
- First of all the exhaust system is called ' underbelly exhaust system'. It is designed in such a way for bike stability and excellent weight distribution. Also, it gives some aesthetic looks to the vehicle. But from all the main reason is the weight distribution.
- Well the benefit is you can get slightly more mileage because the stock exhaust is not there....and light weight vehicle can also give you a superior top speed...
- It is been launched
- Madhya pradesh
- I AM SPECIAL THANKS TO RAHUL BAJAJ AND RAJIV BAJAJ TO GIVING THE INDIAN SPORTS BIKE PULSAR PULSAR IS NOTA NAME ITS HEARTBEAT OF INDIAN GUYS SPECIALLY BIGEST MOMENT IS FINLAY THE ALL PULSAR SERIES IS CHANGING 2021-2022
- GUYS BAJAJ PULSAR NS 160 BS6 LAUNCHING IN SEPT 2021NEW MODEL NEW GENERATION PULSAR THIS WILL BE SEEN BY NEAREST DIWALI
- GUYS BAJAJ PULSAR LAUNCHING IN SEPT 2021 AND BIKE WILL BE SEEN ON FESTIVE SEASON ON DIWALI
- Yes it can be suitable
- Yes it is good naked Bike
- Yes, for dual disc varitent you can install 140/70 on rear and 100/80 on front. For single disc varitent, you can install 120/80 or 130/70 on rear ( both will look same tho...since 130/70 has smaller sidewall than 120/80) for front you can use 100/80
- Yes you can do
- Yes,but it can be difficult to reverse the Bike Because Of Kerb Weight Of Bike as 150 kg+
- Of course
- Bs6 price
- Yes you can exchange
- Yes you can use
- Yes ofcourse you have , but you should check it with the delares near you .
- Yes check nearest dealer for exchange offers
- If its 2017 modela, then it comes with 80/100-17 front and 110/80-17 rear. If its the case, you can go with 90/90-17 front and 120/80-17 rear
- Offered by company 90/90 front & 120/80 rear... you may install 100/80 front and 130/70 rear as it comes standard with ns200
- Tyre size badhne ke karn is bike me average ki kmi ho skti hai kya... Pls answer dear sir.
- You can't directly lower the rider seat mechanically. You have to modify the seat by minimising the seat cushion height
- Can we adjust ns160 seat height 805mm into 790mm
- No not dirctly
- Go for Pulsar ns160 as it is well suited for taller riders. Also suspension is also good
- Ns 160
- Carburettor...... But fi version will be launched soon
- Pulsar ns160 has Carburetted fuel system
- Bajaj pulsar ns160 comes with BS4 emission norms
- Yes you can do that but why? You could've just bought ns 200. This upgrade will cost you a lot. The front and rear rim will cost around 9k and front suspension will cost you 8.5k the front brake callipers and disc will cost 3.7kIn total that's 22k. If you plan on installing rear disc too then add another 3k . Also the rear sprocket of ns 160 won't fit on ns 200 rim without some modification, because the ns 200 Rim has 6 grooves om the hub to fit the sprocket, but the ns 160 sprocket only has 4 grooves. So it won't fit unless you do something about the extra gaps.
- I am not sure as ns 200 & 160 has different chaccy tuning. Also the rear swingarm is different so it will be a task to make these changes
- Nah , I haven't felt any difference I've upsized rear to 140/70 . Now bike is stable at higher speed and can corner better, there is a negligible amount of mileage drop
- There will be no drastic change u observe in city use & also on highways. It will be only for looks which matters
- The question here is, will the change in handling be drastic?
- The 4th service should be between 14500 to 15000 kms as per pulsar manual
- Yes. But there will not be noticeable difference in performance
- Not now brother, but Bajaj is think8ng of adding that feature in BS-6 pulsar range which will be introduced in 2020.. Hope this helps you..
- Currently 160 has carburettor system. May be with BS6 norms fuel injection system will come
- Once you see the fuel system type for NS160......its fuel injection itself
- In no other ways...... It's totally different segment... Extreme power.... Although they look same.... But are good in their segments and have no comparison.....but you can say that ns160 is cheaper than ns200 that's it..
- Performance wise ns200 is always better than ns160. But ns 160 is value for money product also economical and good for city use.
- No, but ns160 is good choice
- Best bikes 160CC are Apache 160, Pulsar NS160 and Hero Xtreme 160R. All are good. Check and test ride and choose the bike. I have been using Hero Xtreme 160R, its very good, light weight and very good pickup. All LED and has auto sail technology. Its fun to ride sporty bike.
- If you are looking for a low budget vehicle i would suggest Bajaj ns 160 ,but still if you can afford a few thousands then you can go for either yamaha MT 15 which is a very good naked sports bike or yamaha R15 V3 if you are looking for a doomed vehicle
- I will suggest for bajaj pulsar ns160 as I m using it with no issues and good reliability
- 18 month from battery make in side
- 18 mnt
- Bs4 ns160 is in big discounts buy after Lockdown under 10day after lockdown
- Any offer availble
- Most of them have never ridden the bike. stop believing the rumours. It all depends on how the bike is maintained. any bike will last long with good care and proper maintenance. the quality of plastics , switch gears and paint are decent enough for the price. the engine is well refined. it's a high revving engine. it has very little vibrations compared to older bajaj bikes. bajaj and tvs both are doing a good job and are not the same as they were before. The things you're hearing are just the rumours from the past.
- It's like how you ride the bike , i have completed 28,000 kms in just one and half a year and it have some major issues in engine but still costs less to solve it after that again it runs like as normal as a new bike , if you maintain it properly it will have a happy long life.
- The hardware and engine wise bike is quality product. I have completed 30000 kms without any major issues. Nothing wrong with this bike
- It surely not drop as many things need to consider as periodic maintenance, riding style also play major role in performance and fuel economy
- May be
- Har service mein 1200 ml oil refill karna padta hai
- 1 liter
- 1200 ml
- Pulsar ns 160 is a better choice as it has oil cooled engine, more power than gixxer. Also highway ride and handling at high speed is very comfortable
- Gixxer SF becoz Bajaj bikes wants more maintenance after some period of time ....nd their handling is not upto mark
- Ns160 is overall is best as naked sport Bike
- Bhai , pls Stop giving an excuse. I have been using this bike since 2018 and maintaining Service timely whenever Bajaj service center call me but results are no of use. It gives hardly 30kml only. And would like people don't purchse this bike it is waste of your money
- Firstly u have to maintain engine breaking period. Also if u r driving harshly then mileage will automatically drop. If above issues not there. Then consult with bajaj service station
- I get between 40 to 45 on highways even at speeds of 90km/hr it depends on the maintenance of your vehicle and the version you have
- 9500 to 10000 kms to be completed for 3rd service as per pulsar user manual
- 1200 k m
- L**o no. you can pull it to 130 on a straight road without any wind blast and it'll take a hell lot of time to do it.
- No, I have drive it at last speed 116km/hr.
- 121 after first service
- It's pretty simple. it's like a notification. when the wrench symbol starts glowing it's time to service your bike and after serving the people at the service station will reset it for the next service. so that you won't miss regular servicing in authorised service centre.
- The service indiacator blinks at every 5000 kms as per pulsar's service reminder. U have to set it at every servicing
- It's a service reminder icon, every 5k kms its apeard,How to fix it, pls visit (100kmph biker) on YouTube
- No. You need to be atleast minimum of 5.4 to tip toe as ns seat height is on higher side with 805mm.Rtr 160 4v has 800mm.Hornet has 790mm.Gixxer has 780 mm. Try the rtr 160 4v. I'm not sure if 5ft is enough for that bike, but consider a test ride first.
- It is good for you but when you Reverse the bike it can be difficult because of the weight of the bike
- I will be very uncomfortable as it is pain handeling the bike in cities
- You must need to change it after 2500-3000 km after that engine makes noices and feels hard to drive
- You must need to change it after 2500-3000 km after that engine makes noices and feels hard to drive
- Company user manual says 5000 kms for oil change. But u should change by 250****000 kms as oil looses viscosity after that
- Changes...after 2nd servicing...
- Some small changes may come
- Only the international version. Indian varient still runs carbureted version. Maybe when bs6 standard kicks in they might upgrade it to fi.
- It is coming soon
- Yes you can travel 1234km in the bike without any problem
- Yes it is possible but u should be mentally, physically prepared for this kind of long ride. The bike is very comfortable though
- Ns160 with wide tires and double disc already arrived in market
- Bs4 model will launch in 2020 may
- Ns160 is a value for money bike with good looks and performance is also more than fazer
- Yes it is a good bike
- Not goOd
- Yes. Very good option. Bajaj engines are proved to be good and reliable for long terms
- Take more breaks to avoid fatigue. Moreover ns 160 will definitely manage 700 kms. The seating posture is upright and comfortable.
- Yes you can go for ride in ns160
- Yes easily
- Pulsar ns160 is provided with oil cooling. Oil cooler is placed below tank
- Updated model mein dono tyres ko disc breaks hain
- Yes twin disk available
- In this 160 cc segment, it is one of the better bike as good performance and ride handelling is good
- Wait for its upgraded version. which might come in market after auto expo 2020
- It is good for Regular use and short ride
- If you are spending 1 lac... It's better to go for Abs version if available for NS 160 or u can go NS 200
- 200 abs will cost around 1.30 to 1.40. go for it
- You will be comfortable withns 160 as it is good for tall riders also u will get 40 to 45 kms mileage in city use
- It'll be very comfortable for you and the city mileage will be around 42-45kmpl
- Yes... Would be comfortable for you. Depending on the way ride your bike... Mileage between 30-40
- Yes offcoarse. It is best for daily commuting. Also occasion highway long rides are ok
- Engine hitting problem
- Yes it is good for the rider but might be problematic for the pillion if you are planning a long ride
- Guess my height, 6’3”I ride it
- Good suited for tall riders
- Pulsar ns160 is naked bike while 180f is semifaired version. Go for ns160 as it looks better and latest by look
- My opinion is ns160
- As far as looks are concerned, NS160 is definitely better with a new design theme and fresh graphics!
- Not really a bad time, it's just other bikes in this segment has better instrument console , wider tyres (130/140 section) rtr 160 4v has fi version which is always better than the carbureted version and soon new Gixxer 155 will launch so options are plenty. But if you like pulsar, then go for it. My vote rtr 160 4v> ns 160> hornet> gixxer
- You should buy ns160
- Wait for BS6 lanch
- Yes it is good for a college student and with a naked sporty looks of pulsar ns 160
- Absolutely good and value for money option
- Small tyre can go fast and at the time of overtaking it has to overtake easily
- Cost saving, better mileage, weight reduction.
- Bajaj has reduced tyre size so as to get more mileage than other rivals. But there is no problem in handling and grip
- Yes can handle
- U can get about 45 kmpl for sensible ride at cities. Ns160 not comfortable for ht below 5.5 feet
- The chaccy made of steel material while the panels are made of high strength fibre material. The parts are of good quality though
- Honda hornet
- Gixxer would be better choice if seat height is considered
- Pulsar (not NS though)
- Yes and maintenance costly
- I m using ns160 since 18 months and no drop in power and performance
- At least 3000 kms for engine breakin period.. U should ride below 4000 rpm or upto 45 kmph speed
- Maintain around 50-55 kmph for good mileage
- 60 and 70
- City mileage is around 42-45 and highway mileage will be around 46-48kmpl
- The mileage is around 40- 45 in city and 45-50 on highways
- 42 Kmpl On Highway!!and 35-38 Kmpl On City Rides
- Mileage u get in city should be around 40 and 45 - 50 on highways. Top speed I got was 115 kmph
- Mileage in Cities is 40 kmin highway more then 46 kmtop speed around 120 to 124
- Seat height is 805 MM
- Seat height is 805 * 80.5 cm
- Not issued
- Pick up is great... Ex showroom is 83K...you need to check for onroad price based on your area
- 45 is averaging and on road price in jubalpur I think around 98000
- Speaking about the performance, plusar ns 160 can attain 80kmph in a smooth and linear way,the pick up of this bike at its max torque is awesome .,the top speed of this bike 2018 model which i achieved is 130kmph which the engine has more stress but still you don't get the most of the vibrations to your body
- Power- 15.5 bhp@8500rpmTorque-14.6 NM @6500rpm Best power full bike
- GOOD PERFORMANCE GOOD MILEAGE EXCELLENT CHEAP MAINTENANCE OF BIKE
- It has black, Satin Red ,safire Blue.
- Blue black is better
- No brooo
- Timely service, maintain correct air pressure, correct chain slack, l**e chain, change engine oil from time to time
- Service regularly, clean it regularly, clean and lubricate chainset at the interval of every 500 kms
- Time to time must be do service
- Yes now it comes with single channel ABS. Mileage i get in city is almost 40-42 kmpl, 48 in highway. Yes its good for daily commute, especially if u r on the taller side. No there aren't any vibrations as such above 80 kmph also.
- No vibration issue, good for long run. I daily travel 100kms. No issue
- U should refill 1.2 litres
- No only 1L
- U can opt for either of the bikes as both are well suited for tall riders
- NS 160 as suitable to uAnd comfortable to ride the bike
- Pulsar NS 160
- 1if you want a high torque and feel more power then definitely go for apacheif speed is your preference then ns is faster2silencer note is better in apachens is not also bad3apache is more modernasns was released way before and minor changes have occured4riding position in apache is not so good for a tall person i am 6'1 and i am having problemns has much better comfortboth are very good you can compare them to yamaha fz also
- Which bike(Ns vs 4v) will be better for me as i am 6.2ft tall...
- I think both are best but ns 160 is overall good
- Minimum Li to maintain the bike 500 pay for maintaing for good condition
- Regular Service should be done every 5000 kms or 3 months. Should cost around Rs. 1500-2000 including Oil, oil filter and other consumables.
- First service costs about 556however I must say maintenance is very cost effective of Bajaj vehicles
- Bothut bikes suitable for you NS 160 as convenient to ride the bike
- Go for pulsar ns 160 as it is latest as compared to old pulsar. Also bike is very comfortable for tall riders
- NS160 suited for tall riders
- No. My friend has. My bike is relatively new and the new mrf stock tyres are good enough for now. I'll upsize once they get worn out. I'm thinking about using mrf revz s 130/70 R17 or ceat zoom rad 130/70 R 17 for rear and pirelli sport demon 100/80 R17.Here are few technical terms you need to know.Ns 160 (single disc): rear rim width 2.15×17. front rim 1.85×17.Ns 160 (dual disc/ abs): rear rim width 2.50× 17 . Front rim 1.85× 17( rear has wider rim)Pulsar 220: rear rim width 2.50× 17 . Front rim 1.85× 17Ns 200 : rear rim 3.50 × 17 . Front rim 2.5× 17.On both ns 160 varient , you can mount a 130/70 on rear and 100/80 on front. Putting a 100 /80 on front will give some speedometer error, if you don't want that to happen then stick to stock front tyre.On rear I've checked the 130/70 on both single disc and dual disc varient. It won't touch the chain, guard and swingarm, there is enough room for the tyre to rotate freely. But I don't recommend a 130/70 on rim 2.15× 17. It's too small to accommodate such wide tyre. As stock on 2.15×17 rim the tyre used is 110/80. 130/70 will fit on it but it won't look wide like ns 200 because of smaller rim. It'll look more like a 125 section tyre ( just giving you an idea) because the tyre will adjust its height and width according to rim width. On rim 2.50 × 17. A 130/70 will fit without affecting the sidewall height and tyre width. As a rule of thumb you can always upsize or downsize by 1 number but more than that will hamper your ride.
- Using 130/70/17 on rear and 100/80/17 on front on ns 160 is perfectly fine as stock comes with 120/80/17 rear and 90/90/17 front. Both can be fitted to stock rim without any modifications and the tyre will rotate freely because there is enough space between the swingarm, chain etc. So you don't have to worry about tyre touching the chain. Trust me, it wont. The performance drop and milage drop is not much, close to negligible.
- I have ns 160 dual disc abs variant. Which has 120 section in rear. I upgraded to 130 profile. But guys i recommend do not change. Now it looks like 110 to me. For this thinner rim it will increase height but not width. i was so lucky that the trye seller took back the tyre and refunded me.
- Yeah sure you can write the bike And you can ride the bike speedily and comfortably
- Yes you can but it can be difficult to reverse the bike because of the weight of the bike
- You can but some time you will uncomfortable
- Please don't go for this bike as it is not comfortable below ht of 5.6 feet. Plz take a test ride first
- No, this bike is high for your height.
- Ns200 got more performance as it has 200 cc engine and power of 24 PS as compared to ns 160s 15.5 ps power.
- 23.5 ps vs 15.5ps. in layman's language that's huge power .
- If you are squid at heart go for NS. If you want couch like comfort while standing at the red light go for Avenger. Handling is better in NS. Looks should be a personal opinion. I personally find both of them attractive. If you are in a job which demands you to wear formals then avenger might be good for that purpose. But finally it comes down to your choice.
- Both the bike share the same engine. If you prefer a relaxed riding posture, purchase Avenger. Where as the NS160 has a conventional riding posture. One thing to consider is that the NS160 is a bike which will suit taller riders better.
- Ns 160 is comfortable for daily commuting. If u want a bike for highway ride then go for avenger
- I said 1.25 L because the bottle in which the Bajaj mobil comes in is of 1.25 L. So it is not feasible to buy another bottle of mobil to fill extra 100 ml.
- 1350 ml should be used when the engine is overhauled. Otherwise for normal servicing it is 1200 ml. It is mentioned in the owner's manual
- @shiva : please read the owner manual there is written 1200+150 ml while servicing and 1500 ml while engine overhaul .
- I cant get this my rpm is 1500 but its givin 25-28 kmpl how can I increase this mileage???
- 10500 rpm and mileage 40km per liter and highway 47 km plus it can go
- 1400 + or - 50 rpm as per owners manual. Mileage wise the bike should deliver around 40 kmpl in city. It am getting around 40 kmpl for my bike
- 1400 + or - 50 rpm as per owner's manual
- 1000 to 1500 is idle rpm
- Some day before servicing But now not started
- Pulsar 150dtsi engine oil capacity
- 1.2 litres of oil is needed
- 5 days
- 45 is the maximum speed before first service
- Ideal speed should be 40-60 km/hr...
- Handling is awesome. Only problem you might face is when you have parked somewhere downhill and have to reverse. Bike is pretty heavy
- Very comfortable for tall riders also
- Should be good
- M gtng mileage of about 40km/hr .. and i ride at a speed of around 70km/hr.. so it is best fr this kind of. a bike ... fr u i ll suggst to get ur bike checked man..
- 36kmpl only
- 36 kmpl for NS160 is normal for this bike. I don't think so anything is wrong.
- Before first servicing try to keep the rpm under 4500. Never ride the bike for too long on same speed/rpm
- 1000 to 1500 km
- It's pretty good for city rides and it's also a goos tourer.
- Good for city commuting. Highway cruise is plush
- Now is 90/90, rear 130/70
- Yes it but always prefer a Abs bike
- Keep the engine revs between 3000 to 4000 rpm. Maintain correct tyre pressure, if possible inflate the tyres with Nitrogen. Regular service with oil and oil filter change will improve the mileage
- Check idling rpm 1400Good fuelTyre pressureNo sudden accelerationNo sudden brakesRiding at optimum speed 40 - 55 kmphRegular maintenance (mobil, filter)
- Ride the bike as per user manual in run in period. Do not rev it hard. Gradually accelerate and decelerate. Keep tyre pressure checked
- Long life with respect to what? Every bike will last long enough if you maintain it properly, service it regularly and treat it like a baby. When it comes to reliability , both are equally reliable. Both have the same frame ,same body, Same quality switches, foot pegs, seat, other plastic parts,alloy combination etc .only difference is smaller tyre, smaller front disk and smaller front forks...the only major change is the engine. Both the 160 and 200 are 4 valve engine's and are rev free engine. The only difference is ...160 uses a bored out AS150 engine which has been in the market for quite long time so the NS 160 engine is well refined ( definitely not Yamaha , honda level) but it's better than previous gen pulsars. and NS 200 has a engine based on ktm 200 . Only the construction is similar to ktm 200 but the parts used to make it are same as of other bajaj bikes. So refinement level is similar to NS160 So not much difference eh? In the end..it all comes down to maintenance. Treat it well, it'll last longer than you think. Reliability issues in bajaj bikes is thing of the past. Bajaj , TVS are catching up to its Japanese rivals believe it or not!
- All these bikes are best in their own catagory. U can choose from power and mileage range of bikes. Ns 200 is most powerful bike while ns160 is least powerful. While 180 is medium range.
- TECHNICALLY NS160 will be easier to maintain, because it's engine is air cooled. While NS 200 is liquid cooled, which involves the maintenance of coolant level.
- Apache has seat ht of 800 mm compared to ns 160s 815mm. U can ride both of the bikes. But Apache will be more friendly as seat ht is low
- Ns 160 , Apache 160 4v too suitable for 5.5 hight person
- Normal petrol is also good for mileage but from trusted petrol station
- Any normal petrol is good, check for reputed ones in your area
- Duke 125
- Na 160 makes more sense as it is high in power figures than duke125 and value for money
- Short range as in height - Neither of them.Short range as in distance - both of them
- Definitely ns200 is make much difference as it has high power of 23 bhp than 160s 15.5 bhp. High speed cruising is comfortable for ns200. If you want city commuting with good mileage then go for ns160
- Ns 200 is good for overall performance, liquid cooling radiator
- 200 is good
- 5k to 6k
- 15,000 KM's (Airfilter and Spark plug) for NS 160
- Should be changed after every 10000kms
- 1 issu isme jada fat tyre nhi daal skte ....ns 200 k mukable ....to jin ko fat tyre ka shonk hai vo thoda soch smjh kr le .....
- Absolutely no issues
- No issue at all
- Im travelled with NS 160 its a best bike for long drive 7hours 2breaks( around 90 to 105kmph) 570 km no backpain no body pain its good partner
- Actually I am planning to ride my bike ns 160 from coimbatore to himachal November end
- Actually I am planning to ride my bike ns 160 from coimbatore to himachal November end
- Yep,you can ride but you can't land both your feets comfortable,so just try it
- 5'5" person can also ride ns 160
- No u cant. Its a tall bike
- Bro this bike is not competable balancing is good but engine quality is not good composure is not good so see review and then take the bike...!
- Heights is good but engine quality is not goodAnd bajaj service centre to much bad
- Average is around 35-40 depending upon how you ride. I ride High RPM so I get about 30-35. if you stay below 6 RPM you'll get better mileage.
- Maximum average of ns 160 brother
- Maximum average of ns 160
- Ride and handelling is very good. Bike does not vobble on high speed
- Vibrations nhi hai, power zyada hai, looks bhi zyada acche hain
- Under 600
- 1st three services are free, after which you'll have to spend around 1k for service.
- Yes. Off course durable
- ABS has become compulsory for bikes exceeding 125 cc
- Search for it
- No abs bro.
- Riding will be comfortable only. But i doubt when it comes to control, if you can control it well. Its a little taller than other bikes. So better test ride, and then decide for yourself.
- Height is doesn't matter in riding. I'm 5.5ft and i can drive the ns 160&200. .u tk me one tst ride then select a bike.
- You can but it be difficult to Reverse the Bike Because of Kerb weight of the bike as 150 kg plus
- All bikes above 125cc will have ABS from April 2019. In your case R15 is different (high revving engine with high power and low torque,committed riding position) while NS and RTR are (high torque low revving engine less committed riding position). I prefer RTR over NS.
- Apache RTR 160 4v and Yamaha R15 abs available
- Go for ns160 as it is equipped with abs, oil cooling, comfortable riding posture, decent mileage in its category.
- Hornet 160 r
- Both bikes are best. But hornet comes with single channel abs now which is good thing
- No, I doubt it. But it is more suitable for hilly areas.
- U can trip even on scooty. All u need is passion
- ABS will be compulsory for all bikes with 125 Cc and above from April 2019. Just ensure that you get the latest stock while buying
- There is no problem to buy it. But I would prefer u should wait for abs model
- Distance is not a matter... How ever your speed or the way you drive matters... If you drive your bike in even and cruising speed... I had done 440 kms in 7 hours... With average cruising speed of 80-100 without stressing in my ns 160 bs6, with just 15 mins break every 150 kms...
- Show much time should take break for 700km.
- I have driven upto 400 insurance in a single day in the Hills of Meghalaya. I think max 500 can be possible in plains.
- Should be but check before purchasing. Seat height of NS 160 is 805 mm. It is on the higher side. Also check Gixer and Fz before purchasing
- You will face some difficulty. Not while riding but when bike is idle. Though i will suggest you to take a test drive first.
- I have the same ht bro. Go for it but both feet would not touch ground at same time. U will need a little bit of tip toeing
- The main reason for that is bajaj uses very low quality startup motor. Bajaj is very famous for engine sounds. Thats why company recommended thicker engine oil (15w50) to reduce sound. Thicker oil causes startup problems. Thats common.
- Yes there was little bit problem with engine. It can not start easily in winter and sometime its compressor is going down and it not get start. Then I start my bike by pushing on road. It happens 2 time in this winter.
- Bajaj has proven engine reliability over long period of time. The pulsar engine is a gem for decades. No engine issues with ns160
- Pulsar ns160 is a better option for long rides as rider seat is of good quality and suspension is very smooth. Only issue is pillion seat is not comfortable for highway rides
- NS 160 is best. Because it has less vibration compare to other bike and it is very comfortable. But if your height is more than 5' then you can bought otherwise you should see another bike.
- What about unicorn.. For long ride... Like... Approx 350 km a day..??
- 220F is best but price is high. And NS160 is the best bike compare to other bikes in range of NS160 price. If you follow the rpm of bike in new condition, after first servicing it can give you 40 to 42 kmpl mileage. And about Duke 125 I have no any idea because I never drive duke125.
- Very difficult to answer as the 3 bikes mentioned are different in character.KTM should offer high mileage.Prefer Duke 125 if you are crazy about owning KTM at an affordable price.NS for a decent 160 cc bike.Instead of Pulsar 220 try RTR 200
- Pulsar ns160 is the best option considering value for money, as it sits above Duke in performance and mileage and cheaper than other two bikes
- I would say it's all upon your riding experience..so I suggest you to take a test drive..I am 5.6 and feel comfortable in riding the bike and also I anyone sits on the pillon .I feel much comfortable in riding as the height decreases because of the weight..
- Is it suitable? Yes it is. I'm 5.6 and i have to tip toe. You'll feel it difficult in the initial stages but once you get used to it it'll be fun. You can reduce the seat height a bit by 10mm by removing the rubber dampers under the seat.
- My height is 5.6 and i suggest dont buy ns 160 if u have same or less height...baki bike is good but not for short riders.
- If u want bright color then go for red and also red attracts more dirt. U have to clean ur bike very frequently. I suggest u to go with grey color
- It's depends on u
- I have ridden this bike for almost 30000 kms now but no engine problems found till time
- Yes to much problem
- Only noise problem
- Both bikes are good. Fz is less powerful but comes with fi and comfortable for two guys. While ns160 is more punchy and comfortable for rider only for longer distances
- Ns160 more power less maintenance cost
- Actually it's ur personal choice. you can buy any of them but if u like speed then it's far ahead than others
- Ns160 is naked bike while gixxer is fully faired bike. The new generation gixxer looks promising here
- Gixxer SF has aerodynamic design that is very enjoyable while riding at high speeds in highway
- Ns 160
- Yes u can,but it cause reduced acceleration and top speed due to smaller rim install 130 heavyer tyre.look is best.but ride,actually not more grip than stock 110 mm tyre and it will due on handling problem,specially cornering.i think 120 mm rear is good,im install that tyre my ns 160 single disk variont.i have no any problem in to the ride.
- Yes u can,but it cause reduced acceleration and top speed due to smaller rim install 130 heavyer tyre.look is best.but ride,actually not more grip than stock 110 mm tyre and it will due on handling problem,specially cornering.i think 120 mm tyre is good,im install that tyre my ns 160 single disk variont.i have no any problem in to the ride.
- Yes you can but as for the performance and milage it will not help you, i have installed 120 mm rear tyre in my bike so it gives me more stability than the older tyre and ofcourse it reduces the pickup slightly in very few numbers
- Yes off course. It is very comfortable for long rides
- Yes we can. i ride my bike around 1600km.. it's really awesome experience.but do servicing before you ride.
- It will give u 45- 50 mileage as u have to maintain good riding habits, not revving harshly, maintaining service on time, keeping tyre pressure checked
- Range from 45 to 50. There are many ways to maintain mileage.. the kind of petrol u use.. I recommend Indian oil. Drive 5000rpm to get best result
- Don't expect 50 it's giving only 40
- Yes. There is dedicated key for opening back seat
- Whats the condition of engine after 1 year in ns160
- I think 120 section tyre is not fit, I'm also try to done with my 2k17 ns but the dealer of mrf tyre was not sure for its fitting
- I would suggest you to go with 120 section tyre in back and 90 section tyre in front for the 2017 model. Any more than that and you might have problems with mudguard and chsin protector at the rear.
- Yes you can do it
- Yes, the plusar ns 160 is good for a tour around 150 to 200 kms but it doesn't mean that it cant go longer, the bike can do 350 kms without any stress with several intervals which i have completed as longest
- In addition to zigwheels, i woukd say that the bike has no problems with longer routes and you can definitely run it for 3/4 hrs without any breaks but the issue is with the seats on this bike and your posture whike riding. Your back might hurt while riding and seats on this bike makes bums go numb when ridden for over one hour.
- Great experience. Have done the following rides within 6 months of my purchase:1. Jaipur to Gurgaon (270km)2. Delhi to Jim Cobett (300kms)3. Delhi to Rishikesh (300kms)4. Jaipur to Jodhpur (250kms)Have not yet done journeys exceeding 6-7 hours but if your range is upto 300kms, the bike delivers perfectly!
- There are no disadvantages of this bike. Except the pillion seat is not comfortable for long rides
- Pillion seat, and chain noise
- Average is very low as performance is great on this bike.If you can burn some bucks for petrol this is a great bike.
- Pulsar ug5 will be a great option for u if u want more mileage. Pulsar ns160 is also a good choice but mileage will be 45-50 kmpl
- Pulsar ns 160 mileage is not better
- FZS mileage ok
- Honestly speaking, fz will return more mileage as it lags in power and more economy
- 1604v is better in every aspect when compared to ns 160. Bajaj ruined ns series by not providing a single update. The only reason to buy ns 160 at this point would be if you like the ns design over apache apart from that, there is no reason.
- If you want speed than Apache 160 4v more power NS 160
- I will suggest u ns 160 as I own it since 2 yrs. But u should take test ride first. Then decide
- It will require oil, air filter and oil filter change. Approximately about 1000 rs including labour charges
- No, the pillion seat of ns 160 will not be comfortable for most of the situations , it will be comfortable only for a short ride ,it won't suits you for long time
- Yes, But in long ride of 800km or more it can give you some Pain but for regular use it is the Best
- It's not bad for short destination rides but for long journey it's not comfortable
- Design and hardware wise pulsar ne 160 is new and great than pulsar twin disc. Also ne comes with twin disc and abs
- There is a thread like difference in performance in both the machines, however looks make a lot of difference. PULSAR 150 is the classic version and NS160 has the sporty look.
- Ns 160 is the best one for long travel but 150 is the best one for all
- Ns160 comes with mrf zapper tubeless tyres which is actually good
- Tubeless tyre
- If u want performance and sporty riding position then go for R15 v3. Pulsar ns 160 is better option than pulsar UG5 as it has new look than ordinary pulsar. Go forns160
- I should suggest u to go for ns 160 as it is a sports bike and if u r young than definitely u will like the bike.. N its price is also good..
- Yamaha r15
- There should be no criteria as if u control the bike in traffic and in slow motion there will be no issues. U need to develop skill to handle it if u r short
- Yes, certainly. But what I mean by the question is in start stop traffic will a short rider be able to handle the bike and other important doubt is the riding position. As it is bulk in size, can a short rider find a comfortable position ?
- If u r 5.3 than u will definitely face problems in traffic. But if ur 5.5 or above u can opt for ns 160 and about the riding position it's definitely comfortable and size doesn't matter if u have good riding skills...
- The brakes on this bike does not have that excessive bite so its braking is smoother but with proper combination of both the brakes it is an easy task to stop at a very short duration
- Breaking is improved than last model of drum as it has dual discs now
- Not so good
- Yes, the 2018 model does not comes with abs option but the later version of ns 160 (2019) has abs with it which is a single channel
- Yes only available in new versions 2019
- In bs6 version you'll get single channel abs on front tyre
- Powerwise rtr160 4v got more power than ns 160. But mileagewise ns160 is very fuel efficient. So I feel ns would be a good choice
- Ns 160 is good Design a sporty LOOksgo for ns 160
- Apache 160 4v
- Only for power, short rides, spotry look, and no money issue, go for r15,And if you go for long rideS, power,looks, budget than Ns160 is a good choice. Ns160
- With in 3 days it can be available
- Apache RTR 160 4V is the best 160 CC bike out there. In terms of power, economy, weight, handling, bigger rear tire size, digital instrument cluster, good for short riders aswell.
- Wait for the year 2019 if u want to buy ns 160 with more safety features.. Abs may be installed in this bike in 2019..which will be more better than 2018 model..
- Yes you should go for ns 160 it is the beast
- If you are a tall person like me (6 ft) you can choose Ns160 or 200 which ever suits your budget but if you are lesser than 5.6, surely you can choose apache 200 which is a good bike for short riders with good fuel efficiency than Pulsar ns and has good ergonomics for the short riders
- If you wnt mileage then speed you go with ns160 it is feet for the budget , if you looking for racing naked bike go with 200
- Hornet gives the best mileage in 160-200cc segment. In terms of handling & performance NS160, Ns200, apache 200 are better.
- Not at all. The bike has good ergonomics and ride and handelling is decsent. Highway riding is a pleasure. Also it has good economy
- No , absolutely not. The diff between NS 160cc and NS 200cc is cost and cc . Except that everything is same. I have NS 160 cc it's looks cool and it has smooth riding.
- No the ns 160 is not bad but ns 200 is good for all the uses
- Between 370 to 450 Ruppes
- First 3 services will be free but they charge for oil change , it will be around 500 to 600rs.
- Considering the power delivery and the look plus money value you can choose ns 160 but bajaj does not have a good resale value but hornet does and as per the engine Honda engine is greater than the plusar engine.if you want a nice looking sport commute go for ns 160
- Hornet has wider rear tyres of 130/70 which makes it good for cornering & braking, and it has mileage around 50kmpl. With NS160, the engine is very refined and gives better performance. Also, the rear tyres are of 120/80 which is good for daily city commute.
- Pulsar ns160 is the best racing bike in this category. non of the other bike can beat ns160 in racing. I tried with new Apache and hornet as well.
- Both bikes are good for tall riders. U should take test ride to know how comfortable u r with respective bikes
- TVS Apache RTR 160 4v
- At your height ns160 is good for you. You will get tired on tvs apache, not very good siting position.
- Around 96000 rupees with 5000 to 6000 rupees EMI
- Plz go to showroom
- Hi,my height is 5'3' ,I am 30 years old,my weight is 57.5 kg,is pulsar 150 neon suitable for me?or please suggest if there is any from pulsar only.
- The sound of NS200 is slightly different from NS160. The difference is mainly because of the functional capacities they have to offer.
- No it is Same like ns 160
- I am 42 years and suffering for thigh pen due to I have ride daily 20 km in pesson pro .can you suggest a good bike as I am 5.6 inch tall.
- Yes, you can absolutely ride this bike but you should change the seats for rider as it could be tough for person with back pain.
- Na160 is best,. You can also go for fzs
- Yes its little harder becoz I am 5.7 bt still my full legs is not rich at the field. bt you buy ns 200 it is littele lower then 160.
- Sorry for being sarcastic but you can rude any hike comfortably but the thing is to stop it in traffic.That is where you might have a problem as its ride height in not appropriate for you height
- No this is not comfortable because I am 6 in height then I have not comfortable so u are 5.2
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This was my first bike my earn it my own pulsar will be my always first choice among all the other companies bike
I love ns bike because variable cost and also people are like ns bike more people like pulsar ns 160
Good condition and nice to ride this bike is is nice to ride.And also good condition.Looking for awesome.
Problem is costly modi ka petrol.Lootera pm of india.He also orgnise a sale that's called india for sale.
Overall good but suspension is bit weaker also my rear tyre alloy got dented which leads to uncomfort
The engine is very well refined in the 160cc segment.You can cruise at speeds 80-90kmph easily with minimum to no vibrations.It is very easy to handle for daily city commute and can be maneuvered easily in traffic.You can expect city mileage of 40-45kmpl and highway mileage around 47kmpl.It is good for touring for distances around 400km per day.The major con about this bike is headlight which is not good enough on highways.The rear tyre is of 120/80 which is good but not great for cornering.Also, The front disc brake is 230mm which could have been better.I suggest the bike for daily city commute.It is good as a tourer but not a great one.
Pulsar ns 160 is a bike which is value for money which give oveall performance amazingly, I enjoying ns since 6 years but i ever paid extra for it.It is all most all equal to ns200 but only it vibrates after reaching the 9000 rpm but we miss led head light ghear position indicator and bluetooth connectivity which is provided in mt-15 and we belive that bajaj will provide all these requirements as much as possible.
Good for daily commuters with excellent fuel economy and comfortable for long rides, open chain drive needs frequent simple maintenance like cleaning and lubricating... Good for both off-road, highways and best for city rides... The most disappointed in this bike is it's top speed similar to pulsar 150.. Just 120km/hr. Other than that it is good value for money... Powerful bike in its segment....
This is the most underrated bike, in India looks like a beast and runs like a beast, very low maintenance cost gives around 42.5kmpl in city commute. Best for commuting and touring literally in love with the bike, comfort for pillion is poor but rider comfort is the best, road stability and pickup and mileage and build quality and maintenance is the best looks great......
Pulsar ns 160 ,200 is designed by a bmw bike designer no doubt it's looks are better in it's segment engine performance is second highest in it's segment after apache RTR 160 4v since Bajaj is known for mileage so it has good mileage so if you are looking for a naked sports bike in 160cc segment so ns160 is the bike you are looking for
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