|Engine Displ. :||178.6 cc|
|Power :||17.02 PS @ 8500 rpm|
|Mileage :||50 Kmpl|
|No Of Gears :||5 Speed|
|Fuel System :||Carburetor|
|Head Lamp :||Halogen With AHO|
|Wheels Type :||Alloy|
|Tyre Type :||Tubeless|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||2|
Bajaj Auto has passed on the GST (Goods & Service Tax) benefits to consumers and this has resulted in the ex-showroom price of its prooducts being reduced marginally.The Bajaj Pulsar 180 was the second performance oriented machine to be launched after the Pulsar 180 almost 15 years back. It has been recently updated to adhere to the stringent BS-IV emission norms and also features AHO (auto headlamp on). It held its own as a bike that offered a good mix of both performance and fuel efficiency. The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 180 has been priced at Rs 79,545 ex-showroom, Delhi.
But with modern buyers preferring large displacement bikes, the Pulsar 180 has somewhat lost its charm. But Bajaj claims that the 180cc motorcycle still garners decent sales and it updated the Pulsar 180 with rear disc brake. Also the seat has been given a new texture based on customer feedback, and it gets faux carbon fibre finish around the instrument console and the digital display has blue backlit. Power remains unchanged despite the motor being BS-IV and the 178cc engine delivers 17PS and 14.2Nm of peak torque. It sports a 15 litre fuel tank, tubeless tyres and LED tail lamps. The only competition for the Bajaj Pulsar 180 is the TVS Apache RTR180.
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The hooligan Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi in its latest form moves beyond the measly sticker job therapy adopted by its rivals, instead it borrows performance-focused cycle parts from the bigger Pulsars, only to get more mental
Styling and features of the Bajaj Pulsar 180 haven’t really changed over the years. For 2018 though, the company has tried to add a bit of freshness to make it standout from the sheer number of Pulsar 180s out on our roads. The changes come in the form of the Black Pack edition of the Pulsar series. This edition features a black paint job with new graphics, contrasting white alloy wheels and a satin chrome finish on the exhaust muffler. The Black Pack is available with the Bajaj Pulsar 150, 180 and the 220.
The 178.6cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke motor generates a maximum power output of 17.02PS @ 8500rpm and 14.22Nm of torque at 6500rpm. The power is transferred to the rear wheel via a 5-speed gearbox. The Pulsar 180 has a fuel tank capacity of 15 litres and weighs in at 145kg at the kerb. Braking is managed by a 260mm disc up front and a 230mm drum at the rear.
TVS Apache RTR 180: Competitive pricing and performance are two key areas that need to be addressed to survive in this cut-throat segment and the Apache RTR 180 delivers well on both fronts with class-leading features such as a segment-first ABS-equipped brakes. However, it doesn’t feels as surefooted as the Pulsar does while cornering. The RTR 180 has started to show its age, and if ABS is not on your priority list, we would recommend you consider the more modern RTR 200 4V as well.
The Pulsar 180 features similar power figures as the Apache RTR 180. Even though it has started to show its age, it still retains the gruff character of the first Pulsars. Also, the Pulsar feels more planted and sturdy around corners. Barring the Apache RTR 180 with ABS, which costs Rs 10,000 more than than the standard version and the Pulsar 180, the latter still comes across as a handsome package.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 2018 is available in 5 Colours :
Bang for buck, Good acceleration, Easy to ride in city
Too many vibes once you cross 5,000rpm, Fit and finish levels need improvements, Gearbox isn’t smooth
It is still one of Bajaj's more popular models and is seen as a sportier alternative in the 150cc class. But, the bike has begun to show its age, and not just in styling alone.
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