Bajaj Pulsar 180 is the most famous commuter out of Bajaj's stable which was first launched in 2001 and has seen some stylish alterations in 2009 to give a sporty and powerful look.
It truly looks like a beast with its stylish wolf eyed headlamp having twin pilot lamps, a naked street fighter look, aerodynamic fairing, a large and muscular fuel tank, clip-on handlebar, electric start, split seats, tank scoops, 17-inch black colored alloy wheels with 90/90 section tubeless tire at front and a wider 120/80 section tubeless tire at rear, a 3D Pulsar logo, front and rear turn indicators, black rear view mirrors, sporty silencer and an elegant tail light. It has also got a perfectly illuminated instrument console with a digital speedometer and a fuel gauge, an analogue tachometer, a neutral blinker, self-cancelling indicator switches, low battery dial, a low fuel indicator, a pass switch and an engine kill switch.
This muscular bike has got a length of 2,035mm, a width of 765mm and a height of 1,115mm as its dimension along with a large wheelbase of 1345mm for a stable ride. It has a good ground clearance of 165mm for a bump-free ride and a kerb weight of 147kgs along with a fuel tank capacity of 15liters which is large.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 has got a 178.6cc, 4-stroke, single cylinder, air-cooled, CDI system, ExhausTEC petrol engine with DTS-i to give a maximum power of 16.8bhp at 8,500rpm and a maximum torque of 14.2Nm at 6,500rpm and is mated with a five speed gearbox transmission having one gear down and four gear up shift pattern. It has a top speed of almost 140kmph and reaches 0-60kmph acceleration in 5.8 seconds with a mileage of 38kmpl in the cities and 55kmpl on the highways.
Bajaj Pulsar 180 has got 260mm diameter disk brake at front and 130mm diameter drum brake at rear. The suspension system includes telescopic type with anti-friction bush at front and 5-way adjustable Nitrox shock absorber at rear.
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