Bajaj Pulsar N160
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Along with the Bajaj Pulsar N250, the Bajaj Pulsar N160 has been formally introduced in Nepal. It is a whole new 160cc Pulsar built on an entirely new platform. It also has a brand-new look, an upgraded engine, and improved security features.
Both devices are based on the Bajaj Pulsar N250 platform, and they have many similarities. For the Nepali market, the N160 will only be offered in the Dual-Channel ABS variant. Additionally, it may be bought through any of the Nepali Bajaj showrooms.
Let's now examine the major features of the brand-new Bajaj Pulsar N160 in Nepal in more detail.
Pulsar N160 Design
The Bajaj Pulsar N160 has the same look as the N250.
It is constructed using the "Sculptural Purity" philosophy and has a dual-tone metalized color. There is a blending of expensive colors.
It's odd how it gets darker up front and lighter in the back. This draws attention to the beast's features. A Bi-Functional Projector LED headlight with Twin-LED DRLs is included in the front part. Additionally, it has conventional halogen indicators rather than LED ones.
Other aspects, though, are constant. It still retains the recognizable Pulsar logo, a powerful gasoline tank, and a single-piece handlebar. Additionally, it includes a Split-Seat Setup with a Fashionable Grab Rail. The belly-pan exhaust has taken the place of the dual-barrel exhaust, though.
The new Infinity Analog-Digital Meter and Twin LED Taillamp are still included, besides that.
The Pulsar N160 has a more upscale and substantial-finish than other 160cc competitors. Bajaj Pulsar N160 also comes in Black, Red, Blue, and Gray colors.
Bajaj Pulsar N160 Performance
Bajaj Pulsar N160 has a 164.82cc, Single-Cylinder, 4-stroke, Oil-cooled, SOHC FI engine powers the Bajaj Pulsar N160. It can produce a maximum torque of 14.65Nm at 6750 rpm and a maximum power of 16PS at 8750 rpm.
Additionally, it has a 14-liter gasoline tank and a 5-speed transmission. Right away, the new engine complies with BS6.
Pulsar N160 Suspension and Brakes
Bajaj installed new brake calipers here, which has changed how braking feels. In terms of braking, it has become better.
In addition, the Dual-Channel ABS is the first in the segment to be offered as Standard today.
A 37mm Telescopic Fork in the front and a Mono-Shock at the back are responsible for the suspension. Additionally, the setup is soft with a touch of firmness.
Its measurements are 2017mm long, 804mm wide, and 1060mm high. Additionally, the wheelbase is 1358mm long.
Ground clearance of the Bajaj Pulsar N160 is 165mm. The kerb weight is 154 kg as well. It's interesting to note that the tire sizes match those of the N250. Both tires are 17 inches in diameter, with a 100/80 front section and a 130/70 rear section.
Pulsar N160 Key Feature Highlights
- Aggressive Naked Sports Styling
- 160cc Twin-Spark FI Engine
- LED Projector Headlamp with LED DRLs
- Twin LED Tail Lamp
- Chunky Engine Cowl
- Infinity Analog-Digital Meter
- Single-Piece Handlebar
- 5-Speed Gearbox with Slipper Clutch
- Under Belly Exhaust
- Split Seat Setup
- Dual Disc Braking
- Dual-Channel ABS
- 37mm Telescopic Front Suspension