Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi in India
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi General Features
Engine Displacement(cc)178.6 cc
Starting TypeSelf Start
Front :-17 inch,
Rear :-17 inch
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Standard Features
Fuel Capacity15 Ltrs
Maximum Power16.8 bhp @ 8500 rpm
Engine Type4-Stroke, DTS-i, Air Cooled, Single Cylinder
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Overview
Launched in 2001 along with its 150cc sibling, Bajaj Pulsar 180cc was the originator of a true biking revolution in India. Known, by then, to only small-size motorcycles that served only as a convenient and inexpensive means of travel, the Indian roads had been unaware of the real spirit of biking, and so were the riders of those roads. It was Bajaj auto that introduced the Indian streets to an altogether different class of bikes that were designed to satiate the longing of those passionate about biking. Starting from 2001, Bajaj Auto has brought forward a number of striking models in the Pulsar range, never forgetting to upgrade the existing ones. And which each new update or launch, this Indian bike-major has provided the Indian crowds with something to gape at.
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Designing
The latest variant of Bajaj Pulsar 180cc DTS-i sports a design that is the perfect blend of the vibrant contours of the older 180 and the muscular build of the 200 model. It has a length of 2035mm, width of 765mm and height of 1165mm which gives the bike a fairly wide ground clearance of 150mm besides a wheelbase of 1350mm. Weighing a total of 147kg, the Pulsar 180 Dtsi has been given a very sprint-y look with its aerodynamic fairing, up-swept muffler and a build that is brawny but with a clear dash of sleekness. The handlebars are clip-on type which imparts better handling, and the placing of the switches for the electric start, engine kill and passing on the handlebars makes those controls easily reachable. The seats are split-type and so are the alloy grab-rails which, again, complements the sporty stance of the motorbike. Coming to the electricals, the Pulsar 180 has a 12V full DC electrical system that delivers a 35W of power for both the high as well as the low beam of the headlamp.
Colors of Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Engine & Performance
To propel this mighty package of speed, the Bajaj engineers have put an air-cooled, single cylinder, 4-stroke, DTS-i engine with a displacement of 178.6cc to work which has been harmonized with a 5-speed gearbox. For a power to weight ratio of 115.7bhp per tonne, the Pulsar 180 Dtsi cranks out a maximum of 16.79bhp at 8500rpm for a maximum of 14.22Nm torque. Besides delivering the impressive figures of power and torque, the sturdy mill of Pulsar 180cc also acts very efficiently when it comes to fuel-consumption. And the speed is simply enthralling. With the speedometer topped with a 118kmph mark, it takes merely 5.07 seconds for Pulsar 180 to go from a stand-still to a 60kmph while a 100kmph can be reached within 16.6 seconds.
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Braking & Handling
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi has undergone many updates that have imparted a much better handling and a much safer braking to the motorcycle. 240mm disc brakes for the front wheel set into a 90/90 x 17 inch tyre and 130mm drum brakes for the rear which is surrounded by an even thicker 120/80 x 17 inch tyre provide a very efficient braking mechanism that can bring a Pulsar 180 speeding at 60kmph to a stand-still within 2.15 seconds after covering a range of 15.6m.
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Safety Features
Bajaj Pulsar 180 Dtsi is not all about style and fun, it also supplies a fair amount of safety to its riders. The set of thick tubeless tyres measuring 90/90 x 17 inch for the front wheel and 120/80 x 17 inch for the rear are well-crafted to grip the road properly and provide just the right amount of friction for safe braking. Talking about braking, 240mm disc brakes and 130mm drum brakes do the duty for the front and rear wheels respectively and are capable of bringing the bike from 60kmph to 0 in 2.15 seconds.
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Pros
Excellent performance, impressive ride quality, good handling, effective braking and good looks.
Bajaj Pulsar 180cc Dtsi Cons
Lack in rider's comfort due to forward sloping seat and tank indents make ride uncomfortable.
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