Bajaj Launches The Most Powerful 160cc Bike In India!

Bajaj Auto Ltd launches the most powerful 160cc bike in India the Bajaj Pulsar NS160 with a BS-VI engine with a power output of 17 BHP. If it comes in Bangladesh somewhere shortly then it will be the most powerful motorcycle in the commuter sports category in Bangladesh.
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Currently, the most motorcycle which comes in Bangladesh from India has a BS-IV engine, an engine that gives out lesser carbon dioxide & nitrogen dioxide in the air compared to previous generation engines. BS-VI engines, on the other hand, will be more refined and it will also produce even lesser harmful gases to the atmosphere.
Currently, as per Indian government regulations, all motorcycles must have BS-VI engines which will be sold brand new from the showroom starting from April 1st, 2020.
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Many motorcycle companies have developed & launched BS-VI engine bikes on the roads & Bajaj which is one of the pioneers also brought out Bajaj Pulsar NS160 BS-VI in India.

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The bike will have a 160 cc single-cylinder, oil cooling, and twin spark engine. As stated the engine will produce 17 BHP @ 9000 RPM & 14.6 NM of Torque @ 7,250 RPM & it will have a 5 speed gearbox. This will mean that it will produce about 1.5 BHP more than the current version which is available in the Bangladeshi market.
The bike will feature a standard fuel injection system which will make the bike smoother in acceleration & will give better performance in fuel economy.
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The overall design of the bike remains the same & also the brakes, suspensions & tires are the same as you can find in the current BS-IV variant of Bajaj Pulsar NS160.
Currently, Bajaj Pulsar NS160 has 4 variants in Bangladesh:

ModelR15 S
Engine Displacement149 CC
TypeSports Bike
Price4,15,000 BDT
StatusDiscontinued
Bajaj Pulsar NS160 has become one of the very few bikes that has a power output gain when they transfer from BS-IV to BS-VI engine. It will be interesting to see how many they managed to gain this power which we will reveal once the bikes come in Bangladesh.

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