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 itself has been through a series of alterations occurring every two or three years. Starting with the debut in 2001, Pulsar 180 has had fresh models released in the years 2003, 2005, 2006, 2009 and 2011. While this Bajaj Pulsar 180cc DTS-i came out in 2009, the year 2011 saw some more updates though nothing spectacular enough to fit the earlier track-record of Bajaj Pulsar. Getting a number of style cues from the beefy Pulsar 200, Pulsar 180 Dtsi now flaunts a more muscular look, its cleverly tweaked mill delivers a better performance and several improvements in its structure account for an easier handling.