Bajaj Pulsar 180F
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The Bajaj Pulsar 180 has been a long-seller for the Pune-based automaker's Pulsar series since it began in November 2001. The Pulsar 180 and its smaller twin were a big surprise for the Indian market, which had only had commuter motorcycles and the Hero Honda CBZ in the 150cc and above segment up until that point. Its sleek design and many modern features added to the demand for high-end commuter bikes and put the bike on a path to go down in history. Over the years, Bajaj has made small changes to the look of the Pulsar 180. These include a semi-digital instrument console, an aircraft-style fuel tank lid, an LED tail lamp, a step-seat design, and new colour schemes with decals. Now, since sales of the 180 have been going down, Bajaj has given the Pulsar 180 the fairing from the 220F and called it the Pulsar 180F. With the new name comes the 220F fairing, projector headlights, and two-piece handlebars. It also has a matte metallic colour with the option of orange, red, or grey highlights that stand out. The Pulsar 180F has the same single-cylinder, 178cc engine, but it now has fuel injection and meets BS6 standards. It has 17bhp of power and 14Nm of torque, and its gearbox has five speeds. Twin spark ignition, telescopic forks, gas-charged rear suspension, and disc brakes at both ends are all standard features. Bajaj put a single-channel ABS on the Pulsar 180F.
Bajaj Pulsar 180F Bike Details
5 Speed Manual
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Bajaj Pulsar 180F Price
The Bajaj Pulsar 180F starts at Rs. 1.10 Lakh in Delhi. It has the same 178cc single-cylinder air-cooled engine as the Pulsar 180, which makes 15.3 hp and 13.7 Nm of torque. A five-speed gearbox sends the power to the back wheel. In terms of gas mileage, the Bajaj Pulsar 180F gets 45 km/l. Handling.
Bajaj Pulsar 180F Features
Bajaj Pulsar 180F
The Bajaj Pulsar 180F has the same 178cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine as the Pulsar 180. This engine makes 15.3 horsepower and 13.7Nm of torque. A five-speed gearbox sends the power to the back wheel. In terms of gas mileage, the Bajaj Pulsar 180F gets 45 km/l. Handling.
It has a 4-stroke, SOHC, 4-valve DTS-I engine that can make up to 12.5kW of power and 14.2Nm of torque. It also has a matte metallic colour with the option of orange, red, or grey highlights that stand out. It has the same single-cylinder, 178cc engine, but it now has fuel injection and meets BS6 standards. It has 17bhp of power and 14Nm of torque, and its gearbox has five speeds.
The Pulsar 180F is still powered by the tried-and-true 178.6cc single-cylinder DTS-i engine, which in its new BS6 form puts out 17.02PS and 14.52Nm. Since fuel injection has been added, the peak torque has gone up by 0.32 Nm. The five-speed gearbox has not been changed.
Bajaj Pulsar 180F News
Bajaj Pulsar 180F removed from official website.
Bajaj Auto took the semi-covered Pulsar 180F off of its India website. Several of our dealer sources have told us that the motorcycle may no longer be made. The company has not confirmed. The return of the Pulsar 180 without a fairing supports our idea that Bajaj will stop making the Pulsar F. In February 2019, India came out with the Bajaj Pulsar 180F. It looks like the well-known Pulsar 220F. The Bajaj 180F may have been based on this design. But because more people wanted the naked Pulsar 180, Bajaj brought it back. The only difference between the Pulsar 180 with a fairing and the one without is how they look. The bikes have a single-cylinder, air-cooled, 178.6cc engine that makes 16.7bhp and 14.52Nm and has a five-speed transmission. 17-inch alloy wheels are held up by telescoping forks and two shock absorbers. Both ends are stopped by a single-channel ABS disc brake. Both the TVS Apache RTR 180 and the Bajaj Pulsar 180 are direct competitors. Read our recent comparison of the two bikes on paper here.
Bajaj Pulsar 180F Expert Opinion
The Bajaj Pulsar 180 has been a part of the Pulsar series since it began in 2001. Both the 150 and the 180 have been updated and given new colour schemes over the years to keep up with the market. Even now, the Pulsar 150 is still the company's best-selling product. On the other hand, sales of the Pulsar 180 have been going down slowly but surely. In the Pulsar line, the Pulsar 220F is a popular product that has a strong market presence even though it has looked almost the same since it came out in 2007. Now that we know what's going on, it makes even more sense for Bajaj to use the popularity of the Pulsar 220F to boost sales of the 180. Now, we'd been using the new Pulsar 180F for a few days. We've been riding the motorcycle a lot during this time, and we're happy with it. Let's try to figure out how it did that!
Bajaj Pulsar 180F Spare Parts
Brakes & Suspension
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Bajaj Pulsar 180F Competitors
<para>Bajaj Pulsar NS200, Bajaj Pulsar NS160, Hero Xtreme 160R,<para>
List of Competitors
Average Ex-showroom Price
Bajaj Pulsar NS200
Rs. 1.40 Lakh
Bajaj Pulsar NS160
Rs. 1.25 Lakh
Hero Xtreme 160R
Rs. 1,18,616 and goes upto Rs. 1,29,738.
What is the Start type of this bike?
Bajaj Pulsar 180F has Self Start Only.
What is the city Mileage of Bajaj Pulsar 180F?
The city Mileage of Bajaj Pulsar 180F is 47.86 kmpl.
What is the Power of Bajaj Pulsar 180F?
The power produced by Bajaj Pulsar 180F is 17.02 PS @ 8500 rpm
What is the fuel tank capacity of Bajaj Pulsar 180F?
The fuel tank capacity of Pulsar 180F is 15 L.
What is the exact Height of Bajaj Pulsar 180F?
The height of Bajaj Pulsar 180F is 1115 mm
Bajaj Pulsar 180F Customer reviews
Bike looks the same as 220f.
Bike looks the same as 220f. The average fuel economy is easily 45 or more. Less money spent on repairs. And there's no problem taking it on long rides of 500 to 1000 miles. At first, I thought it was a mistake to buy this instead of the 220, but now I see that it has everything and gets better fuel mileage.Sohan
The bike that can handle a wide range of terrains.
The bike that can handle a wide range of terrains. Be it smooth road or zig zag himalaya. It does what it needs to do. You can feel the power in your hand and in your mind. Service and maintenance are not too expensive. It has the best riding experience in the segment. I like this bike better for a trip around India.Arun