2023 Bajaj Pulsar N160 OBD-2 Compliant Launched At A Price Of Rs 1.30 Lakh
Along with other Bajaj Auto motorcycles that are now OBD2 and E20 fuel compliant, the sub-200cc Pulsar N160 was introduced to the Indian market. Dealerships are now receiving the brand-new Bajaj Pulsar N160 with OBD-2 compliance, which has a starting price of about Rs. 1.30 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). The Bajaj Pulsar’s improvements for 2023 may seem insignificant, but they aid in the bike’s compliance with new emission regulations and prime the engine for blended fuels in the future. The 2023 Bajaj Pulsar N160 comes in three color options: Brooklyn Black, Racing Red, and Caribbean Blue. Additionally, the dual-channel ABS version is only offered in the Brooklyn Black colorway.
The only modification to the 2023 model is the addition of OBD2-compliant hardware. The onboard diagnostic system continuously checks emissions and notifies the driver of any issues via dashboard indications. Additionally, the motorcycle runs on E20 fuel, which is a blend of 20% ethanol and petrol. The mechanical specifications still list the 164.82cc, single-cylinder, air/oil-cooled engine. This motor’s maximum power output is 15.68 bhp at 8,750 rpm, and its maximum torque is 14.65 Nm at 6,750 rpm. It is coupled to a five-speed gearbox.
Hardware for the single-channel ABS variant consists of 31mm telescopic front forks, a 280mm single front disc, and 230mm rear rotors. The dual-channel ABS, however, benefits from the larger 37mm forks and 300mm front disc brake. The single-channel ABS version weighs 152 kilogrammes, while the dual-channel ABS version weighs 154 kilograms.
The Bajaj Pulsar N160 keeps its original look, which includes split-style seating, an engine cowl, a single-pod projector-style headlight with twin DRLs, a body-colored headlamp cowl, a color-coordinated front fender, and more. It complies with OBD2 standards. Along with 17-inch alloy wheels and a compact exhaust canister, the motorcycle also has bolted fuel tank shrouds, which give it a more athletic appearance. Three hues are available for the bike: Brooklyn Black, Racing Red, and Caribbean Blue.
The feature list has not changed either. The 2023 model keeps these characteristics, including dual LED DRLs, a bidirectional LED projector-style headlamp, an LED taillight, bulb-style indicators, a USB charger, and a semi-digital instrument cluster with a distance-to-empty metre. Notably, the company offers the motorcycle with both single-channel and dual-channel ABS setups. Brooklyn Black is the only colour available for the dual-channel ABS variant. Hardware varies depending on the model chosen.
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