|EMI Tenure||Bank Interest %||Installments||EMI Total|
|12 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|18 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|24 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|30 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|36 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
|48 Months||15%||Rs. 15,000||Rs. 45,000|
Terms and Conditions
>= 21 Years
Processing Fees: 1%
Documentation Charges: 2.5%
Post Disbursal Document charges Rs 115/-
Stamp Duty at Actuals (as per State)
Disclaimers and Description
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Prices listed are Indicative. Prices may differ from place to place
The 2016 Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi is a performance bike from the Pulsar series by Bajaj Auto. It is powered by a 179cc engine that features Throttle Responsive Ignition Control System (TRICS III) and ExhausTEC, and is mated to a five-speed gearbox. The 180cc Pulsar comes with features such as LED tail-lights, digital/analogue console, gas-charged rear shock absorbers, front disc brake, electric start, and self-cancelling indicators as standard.
The 2016 Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi mileage is about 43 kmpl. The bike is available in Midnight Black, Pearl Metallic White, Sapphire Blue & Cocktail wine red. The Pulsar 180 price as of January 2016 is Rs.74,972(ex-showroom, Delhi).
Targeted at the youth population, the Bajaj Pulsar 180's design follows a “macho” theme, with a big sculpted fuel tank and sharply styled tail section. The ergonomics of the bike seat the rider upright, with a wide handle bar and mid-set foot pegs that offer a relaxed riding experience.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180 is powered by a 179cc air-cooled single cylinder twin-spark engine producing 16.8 bhp and 14.2 Nm torque, and is mated to a five-speed gearbox.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180 is equipped with telescopic front forks and a pair of gas-charged shock absorbers at the rear. Although they use hydraulic fluid, gas-charged shock absorbers are better than pure-hydraulic units, as they improve the damping characteristics by reducing the build-up of air-bubbles in the fluid, helping to retain its optimum viscosity.
The Bajaj Pulsar 180 employs a 240mm disc brake at the front, and a 130mm drum brake at the rear.
People who want a powerful bike for regular commutes over 50kms, with occasional highway riding, should consider the Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi. Stay tuned for Bajaj Pulsar 180 review in the section below.