2021 Bajaj Pulsar 180 exhaust note – yes or no?
Bajaj Pulsar 180, one of the most popular models in its segment, was retired a few years ago. It was replaced by the semi-faired Pulsar 180F. However, Bajaj Auto recently reincarnated the naked pulsar 180 and brought the bike to the Indian market. While the previous iteration’s 2021 model of 180cc motorcycle seems very familiar, it draws the power of a BS6-compliant engine to reduce emissions. It sounds like that.
2021 Bajaj Pulsar 180 exhaust note
In the video embedded above, we can hear the new Pulsar 180 exhaust has a good grunt when idling and at low revs. The exhaust note gets louder as the engine speed increases. We also feel that the bass is increasing too. The bike sounds pretty good when driven enthusiastically; very much like a 180cc single cylinder bike should. However, we think the TVS hurt RTR 180, the direct rival of the new Pulsar 180, has a better exhaust rating. What do you have to say
2021 Bajaj Pulsar 180 properties
As mentioned earlier, we haven’t seen the design and design of the new Pulsar 180 yet. The motorcycle is equipped with functions such as split seats, headlights with wolf eyes, split passenger grab handles and a semi-digital instrument cluster. Bajaj Auto also used attractive grhics on the fuel tank extensions, front fender, and belly pan to enhance the overall look of the bike. Some of the other key features are:
- Signature dual LED taillights
- 120 tires wide rear tires
- Alloy wheels
- Conventional telescopic forks
- Two rear shock absorbers
- Attachable handlebar
2021 Bajaj Pulsar 180 Specifications
The 178.6 cm3 single-cylinder engine of the new Pulsar 180 generates a maximum output of 17.02 hp at 8500 rpm and a maximum torque of 14.52 Nm at 6500 rpm. There is a 5-speed gearbox -Transmission. The air-cooled motor is equipped with 2 valves, SOHC and DTS-i technology.
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