Bajaj has launched in India the All-New 2023 Pulsar N160, its 160cc ‘streetfighter’ motorcycle, which arrives with a new engine and Dual channel ABS to fight with Honda XBlade, Hero Xtreme 160R and TVS Apache RTR 160.
Much like the Pulsar N250, the 2023 Pulsar N160 arrives with an aggressive and aerodynamic design with two-tone paint, darker in front and lighter in the rear.
It features LED lighting (headlights and taillights), with a front optical set similar to the Yamaha MT-03, with two LED lines for the daytime running light (DRL) and the LED projector for the high and low beam.
The engine is 156.9cc single-cylinder, capable of generating up to 15.02 HP of maximum power. The top speed (unofficial) is 120 km/h.
The 2023 Pulsar N160 is sold in two versions: Dual channel ABS and Single channel ABS. The first comes out in Brooklyn Black color. The later is available in Caribbean Blue, Racing Red and Techno Grey.
The 2023 Bajaj Pulsar N160 Dual channel ABS sells in India for Rs 1,27,853 (approximately $1,635) Ex-showroom New Delhi.
See below the complete Technical Sheet, the specifications:
Cooling Air and Oil
Number of cylinders 1
Capacity 164.82 cm³
Power 16 HP (11.7 kW)
Torque 1.47 kgf.m (14.65 Nm)
Fuel Tank capacity 14 liters
Top Speed 135 km/h (unofficial)
Avg Fuel Consumption not informed
Length not informed
Width not informed
Height not informed
Wheelbase 1358 mm
Ground Clearance 165 mm
Seat Height 795 mm
Kerb Weight 154 kg (Dual Channel ABS), 152 kg (Single)
Front Brake Disc 300 mm (Dual Channel), 280 mm (Single)
Rear Brake Disc 230 mm
Front Tire 100/80-17
Rear Tire 130/70-17
ABS Yes, Dual and Single Channel
Traction Control No
Fully Digital Panel Meter No
LCD or TFT Digital Panel LCD
Full-LED Lighting No