Launched in India in 2009. Pulsar 180 DTSi is not in production now.
The Pulsar 180 is the best selling motorcycle in its class in India. The bike was debuted in 2001 following the huge success of the first generation Pulsar launched in the same year. The bike was unveiled with electric start as standard. The was powered by 15 Hp of max power. In 2005, the Pulsar 180 got several upgrades. It was mated with a bigger 17 inch rear tire, an 18 liters fuel tank, gas filled nitrox rear suspension and increased 16.5 hp @ 8500 rpm. In 2009, Bajaj launched 4th grade version of the Pulsar 180. It was equipped with digital meter, split seat, wider tires, 3D Pulsar logo, swing arm suspension, 17 hp power and many more. In 2011 Bajaj upgraded the Pulsar 180 to the next level.
Bajaj has stopped the production of its motorcycle Pulsar 180 DTSi and hence the given price is not relevant.
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The Pulsar 180 is the upgraded version of the 180cc Pulsar with round headlight and is also a follow up of the popular 150cc Pulsar that got Bajaj a huge break in sales in the motorcycle business when it got first launched in India. The Pulsar 180 is a commuter as well as good city bike one can have in India. It comes with a wolf eyed headlamp with twin pilot lamps. The bike looks like a naked street fighter. The gunmetal engine colour, colour-coded alloy wheel decals, carbon fibre accents and aerodynamic fairing give it a super cool look.
Moreover, features like a clip-on handlebar, pass switch, electric start and engine kill switch gives this bike a complete panel of electric switch control for the rider right in the handlebar itself. The Pulsar 180 is a good upgrade over the last editions in looks and features.
A 178.6 cc 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder engine is tuned to provide 17.02 bhp of maximum power @ 8500 and a 14.22 Nm torque @ 6500 rpm. The engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Bajaj has given an 18 litres fuel tank to this bike which is a very good advantage as it will reduce the regular visits to the petrol station for refuels.
The engine gives good amout of power and torque to give the Pulsar 180 an over its competitor in the same class. Bajaj has tweaked the engine to give good mileage without compromising on the power of this bike.
Chassis, Suspension & Braking
The suspension setup comes with Telescopic with anti-friction bush at the front and a 5 way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber at the rear. The 260 mm Disc at the rear and a 230mm Disc at the rear forms the braking system of the bike. Bajaj has given 90/90 - 17-inch tubeless tyres at the front and a 120/80 - 17-inch tubeless tyres at the rear. What makes this 180cc bike very easy to ride is the new contoured split seat which has been made with premium materials to give utmost comfort to the rider and pillion. The bike has an overall weight of 145kg and feels very light in weight to ride it around the city and traffic with much ease.
The Pulsar 180 with all the new features, design and a powerful 180cc engine is a bike worth the money. It gives decent mileage on highways and also for local commutes. The Pulsar 180 bests fit the commuter class who likes to have a bike for occasional highways and regular city rides.
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