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  • Q. Will the white colour pulsar NS 160 available in the place of colour I ordered?
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    It comes in three colours - Saffire Blue, Wild Red and Fossil Grey. There is no white colour option available. You've to pick one out of theses only.

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    Nantha | 4 days ago

    White colour not in ns 160

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  • Q. I want to buy Bajaj Pulsar NS160 but I am confused in two colors red and grey. Please suggest which one is better.
    Abhijeet | 1 week ago

    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

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    Ranveer | 6 months ago

    It's depends on u

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  • Q. I'm confused in Bajaj Avenger Street 160 and Bajaj Pulsar NS160. Which is better in performance and look both. I want a bike for my work purpose and not for riding purpose only.
    P | 1 month ago

    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.

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    Siva | 1 month ago

    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.

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  • Q. Which one is best looking NS160 or Pulsar 180F?
    Aditya | 1 week ago

    As far as looks are concerned, NS160 is definitely better with a new design theme and fresh graphics!

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  • Q. Is there abs break in pulsar ns 160???
    Zigwheels | 11 months ago

    The Bajaj Pulsar NS 160 is a good value for money motorcycle for its price range. The engine refinement may disappoint you, but it more than makes up for it with its fun-to-ride character. It misses out on ABS and the claimed top speed is 111 kmph. In our road test, NS160 took 5.35 seconds to complete 0-60kmph.

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    Vikas | 5 days ago

    Not yet

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  • Q. Is there ABS and how much is the cost?
    Siva | 2 months ago

    ABS has become compulsory for bikes exceeding 125 cc

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    Indori | 3 months ago

    Search for it

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  • Q. Does NS160 has Engine Kill Switch?
    Anuj | 4 days ago

    Yes

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    Siva | 1 week ago

    Yes, it has

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  • Q. Does Bajaj Pulsar NS160 have ABS and what about the mileage in city and highway? Is Bajaj Pulsar NS160 good for daily commute, will there be vibrations when reaches above 80+?
    Zigwheels | 1 month ago

    The rear disc variant of NS160 does have single-channel ABS which is available with the ARAI claimed mileage of 40.6 km/l in the city and 48 km/l on highways. For daily use compatibility and performance level, please follow the link below: https://www.zigwheels.com/reviews-advice/reviews/bajaj-pulsar-ns-160-first-ride-review/28455/

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    P | 1 month ago

    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.

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  • Q. ns(160) contains which type of tyre? it's a tubeless tires or tube tyre?
    Anuj | 4 days ago

    Tubeless

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    Vikas | 5 days ago

    Tubeless

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  • Q. Does Pulsar 160 have coolant tank and where it is located?
    Vikas | 5 days ago

    It do not have coolant, its oil cooled

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    Zigwheels | 7 months ago

    Pulsar NS160 gets an oil-cooled engine and it doesn't have any coolant tank.

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