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Bajaj Pulsar 180 NS Caught Testing, Launch Soon

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2014 Pulsar 180

Bajaj Auto launched the Discover 100M yesterday and now the company’s focus is likely to shift to its flagship brand, the Pulsar. It’s no secret that Bajaj Auto is working on two new Pulsars for launch later this year. One would be a sub 200cc Pulsar while the other would be the fastest Pulsar yet, that too significantly faster than the 200 NS. The sub 200cc Pulsar seems to be doing the test rounds on the outskirts of Pune as the Pulsar 200 NS look alike motorcycle was recently spotted.

Now this bike can either be an improved Pulsar 200 NS, probably carrying a fuel injection system or it might be a Pulsar 180 NS, which takes all design and hardware from the 200 NS. Most likely, it’s the latter and since the test mules are now being openly spotted, we feel the launch is around the corner, right in time for the festive season. The Pulsar 375 is a full faired machine which seems to take heavy design inspiration from the Energica EGO electric bike. The P375 will share engine components with the Duke 390.

The upcoming Pulsar 180 NS might not replace the current Pulsar 180 although we feel that would be a sensible option considering the small price gap to keep both models on sale. The 180 NS is likely to feature a 4-valve, liquid-cooled engine (3 spark plugs, maybe) which produces around 19 BHP of power and 16 Nm of torque. It is going to be underpinned by a perimeter frame, boasting of 50:50 weight distribution. The 6-speed gearbox will do cog shifting duties while the tyres and brakes will be the same size as the 200 NS. Expect the Pulsar 180 NS to be priced around Rs. 85,000/- with the bike competing with the TVS Apache 180.

All New Pulsar 180

Pulsar 180 NS

Spy Pictures Source – Team Duke

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  • kp

    pulsar 180 ns doesnt make any sense….pulsar 150 need to be updated….

    • anil

      ur rigt. 150NS is required against FZ

    • aby

      I am also waiting for pulsar 150NS

  • Shashank

    Wow! 19 BHp of Power But Price Will Be Not Impressive :(

  • kp

    four valve-great,perimeter frame-superb,liquid cooled engine-good….but no triple spark plugs please…

    • Pravin

      why no triple spark plugs!?

    • kp

      if triple spark is really a great break through why not introduced on duke 200 and duke 390 c.c???

    • Pravin

      Why should all the tech be on all the bikes!!

      Moreover it has 1 spark plug or 3… how is it going to affect you!!? Just enjoy the bike dude..

    • kp

      why not all bikes?? 200ns can share whole engine components of duke 200…why not triple spark tech of bajaj fitted in duke 200?and i request you to go thru this link man http://www.dilipbam.com/bikes/248-pulsar-200-ns-first-ride-impression.html cheers ride safe..

    • Pravin

      Bajaj sharing or not sharing is at their own descretion… Tell me how you as a customer is affected because of it!?

  • namo

    As I said…..keep launching variety with 20cc difference. …150, 180, 200, 220, 250, 350, 450..xxx
    Look the back view of this bike…looks so ugly. I think existing pulsar looks bettter thwn this…


    180 doesn’t make sense ….Discontinue the 180 and make the 150 a 160 and give it looks like NS and its techs …

  • Veeru

    I believe the new model will be P160NS. It doesn’t make any sense to discontinue current P150/180 as they still outsell the competition comfortably. Given the 4-valve liquid cooling tech, even a 160cc engine can produce about 20bhp, which should be terrific with monoshock, tubeless tyres & perimeter frame. Later they can come up with P135NS, while retaining P135LS as entry level Pulsar.

  • Srinath

    Could very well be an updated 200 NS similar to Indonesia model. Front fender is a clear giveaway.


  • Pravin

    BAJAJ should have its line up this way:-
    Discover 100T – 10Ps
    Discover 125T – 13Ps
    Pulsar 150NS – 17Ps
    Pulsar 200 – 23.5Ps – Naked and Half faired options
    Pulsar 300 – 32Ps – Half and Full faired options
    Pulsar 375 – 43Ps – Faired only

    They shouldnt make bikes with 20cc, 25cc as variants as they go up.. they will only confuse their potential customers as well as disappoint the existing brand loyals… Instead they should set 2 years as the time in which there would be the next most updated version ready.. with the cc being the same..

    Bajaj should strictly focus on customer’s satisfaction especially interms of service centers.. instead of launching Zillion variants.. only to discontinue them whenever they want!! Hurts the loyal customers.. really..

  • Pravin


    what a horrible review!! Mr KP you read such junks for what pleasure.. dont understand!!

    Look at the sheer language he has used.. ohh mann!! 3rd rated idiot..

    • kp

      @pravin he is bike guru of india and iitian of 1968….common man u worried abt language? idea of triple spark tech and engine life factor u need to understand man…

    • Pravin

      I know Dilip Bam.. I myself had posted my doubts way back.. about 11 years ago as a novice..

      He was never this bad.. using foul language!!! But I was shocked reading the above link… The worst… ever review by any human being on any machine in the world according to me!! Sorry..

    • kp

      foul language?did he abuse you or the bike manufacturer?he is just comparing both actions…..no need waste time here both duke 200&200ns wil be in market wil see which last long….

  • Mohit

    Reason why triple spark wont make it to the lower models is because Bajaj has clearly mentioned that the use of triple spark is going to be on Pulsar 200NS and higher than 200 NS only. We wont see triple spark anywhere below the 200NS

  • Ankit

    current 180 is far better than 200NS and above peice of shit

  • kp

    what happened bigger pulsar and sub 200 c.c pulsar year almost over now which Mr.rajiv bajaj promised??..are the going to showcase in festive season in January or at autoexpo???

    • http://www.motorbeam.com/ Faisal Khan

      They are likely to showcase it at the Expo.

  • yo yo

    when 180 Ns will be launch?

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