Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Spied Testing in India

Bajaj Pulsar NS160 was recently spotted testing in India. It’s the first ever spyshot in India and hints at a launch event in the coming months. Bajaj Auto’s Pulsar NS160 is based on the same frame and design as the bigger NS200, making it undoubtedly the best looking bike in its segment. The 160 cc oil cooled engine is a reworked version of the standard 150 cc unit, producing 15.5 PS and 14.6 Nm of torque. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The motorcycle will be exported to Latin America from India for now.


Bajaj Pulsar NS160 Spied Testing in India

NS160 even shares the alloy wheel design with NS200 and uses a single front disc brake. The fuel tank, front headlight and all its major components are shared with the flagship naked motorcycle. It would be difficult for Bajaj Auto to place the same at the right spot as it uses a different engine and carries superior equipment when compared to Pulsar 150. If launched, it will claim a price tag of around INR 80,000. This can further rise if a double disc variant is on offer.


Bajaj currently has one of the best lineup across Indian manufacturer, providing a product with reasonable price gap between INR 30,000 to INR 1.5 lakh. The flagship motorcycle, Dominar 400 is even the most powerful among its competitors. The affordable INR 1.36 lakh price tag for the same had disturbed the sales of every product ranging from CBR250R to Mahindra Mojo. The launch of NS160 would help the buyers get the most attractive naked street bike design with a fuel efficient engine and affordable price.

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Key Specs of Bajaj Pulsar NS160:

  • Displacement – 160.3 cc
  • Cooling – Oil-Cooled
  • Power – 15.5 PS @ 8500 rpm
  • Torque – 14.6 NM @ 6500 rpm
  • No. of Cylinders – 1-Cylinder
  • No. of Gears – 5 Speed
  • Kerb/Wet Weight – 135 kg
  • Single Channel ABS
  • Digital + Analog Console
  • Shades: Red, White, Blue

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Photos Source:  Nalan Sukla Kavusturan | BikeAdvice