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  • Q. What will the mileage of NS 160 after 1st service riding in city?
    Vivian
    Vivian | 6 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. Which bike i should buy i want a bike which having mileage of around 52-55 kmpl in city area with good look. - Pulsar NS160?
    Abhijeet
    Abhijeet | 2 months ago

    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

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  • Q. After first servicing of my NS160 I am getting mileage of 36kmpl only. I made sure to break in the bike properly. Before first service I never rode it more than 45kmph and 4000rpm (except on two occasions I went up to 55kmph). Can anybody tell me where I went wrong?
    Anurag
    Anurag | 5 months ago

    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..

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  • Q. Which is best between Pulsar NS160, Pulsar 220 F and Duke 125 in terms of mileage and on road price?
    Chandramani
    Chandramani | 7 months ago

    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.

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  • Q. Is ns 160 offers 50kmpl mileage Whats the best way to maintain mileage in ns160
    Abhijeet
    Abhijeet | 1 month ago

    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

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  • Q. At how many KMs I should ride with a standard speed for better mileage - Pulsar NS160?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    At intial level, you will not get good mileage figures as a new bike takes time to accustom - the Engine, Piston, Fuel Lines all takes time to lubricate and initial mileage will be low. It generally takes upto 200 to 300 kms for your bike started to offer a better mileage. While at around 800 - 1000 kms distance when covered, mileage will be at its best. In order to improve the mileage, we would suggest you to ride slower. Riding fast can reduce your fuel efficiency by up to 33%. It is best to change gears appropriately and match the gear and the RPM carefully. Changing the fuel filter on a regular basis will ensure that your bike runs smoothly by letting only fuel into the engine instead of other residue from the tank and a clean air filter promotes better combustion which optimizes fuel economy. You can keep these things in mind while maintaining your bike.

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  • Q. What's the correct mileage - Pulsar NS160?
    Abhijeet
    Abhijeet | 1 month ago

    The mileage is around 40- 45 in city and 45-50 on highways

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  • Q. What is the mileage of this bike and top speed - Pulsar NS160?
    Abhijeet
    Abhijeet | 1 month ago

    Mileage u get in city should be around 40 and 45 - 50 on highways. Top speed I got was 115 kmph

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  • Q. Which one is better pulser Ns160 or FZs interms of mileage & economy
    Mohd
    Mohd | 1 month ago

    FZS mileage ok

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  • Q. My height is 5'7, is this comfortable for me. I m staying in Mumbai so how much mileage it can give - Pulsar NS160?
    Zigwheels
    Zigwheels | 1 year ago

    Pulsar NS 160 delivers 40.6kmpl(claimed) in the city but actual figures will depend on the riding style and traffic condition also. The 805mm saddle height is significantly higher than its rivals, while we didn’t face any problems with the height of 5 feet 10 inches but shorter riders might find it a bit daunting. So, we would suggest you take a test ride in order to judge your riding posture and comfort. Click on the given link to get your nearest dealership details: https://bit.ly/2jv2aXQ

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