All-New Bajaj Pulsar 180F | Check All Details Here

Bajaj has ultimately launched a new model of its Pulsar 180 series as the old and the naked version of 180 series has not got a major refresh for a very long time. The new Pulsar 180F was inaugurated earlier month and it carries forward the same design theme as its sibling Pulsar 220F. The tachometer of this series is analogue, which is dated as most of the convenient bike and it comes with fully digital cluster and all other details like speedometer, fuel gauge, trip meter, odometer, etc which are displayed in the digital screen. The rear gets split grab rails and the LED tail lamps come with same design theme as naked Pulsar 180.

Bajaj Pulsar 180F Price

Due to the addition of a single channel ABS system in this bike, the price tag of this bike has been increased by the company. The new price tag of the Bajaj Pulsar 180F will be Rs 86,490 (Ex-Showroom).

Bajaj Pulsar 180F Specifications & Features

Talking about the engine of the bike Bajaj Pulsar 180F is powered by a  178 cc single cylinder engine which produces 17 bhp of power at 8,500 rpm and 14 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 rpm. This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and the bike is expected to give a fuel economy of 45 Km/l. The 180F offers good performance as 0-100 kph comes in just 4.8 sec and top speed is 122 kph, which is around 8 kph slower than the 220F.

The design of the Bajaj Pulsar 180F gets the front projector headlamps with a black visor on top. The half fairing configuration is exactly similar to the 220F and both bikes come with the same 15-litres of the fuel tank. The company has also given a clip-on-type handlebar with rear-set footpegs and ao that the riding position would be set upright. The Pulsar 180F retains the same instrument cluster from its naked sibling and the digital display gets a blue backlight.

The braking performance of this bike comes from 260 mm disc at the front and 230 mm disc at the rear. Bajaj is also offering a single-channel ABS braking system with the 180F and the company has given steel braided brakes lines for its better braking performance.

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