The Bajaj Pulsar 180 had gotten its last update in February 2021.
Bajaj has pulled the plug on the Pulsar 180 in India. Reports citing dealer sources have suggested that they have stopped receiving stock of the motorcycle and production was stopped a few months back. While the company has not put out an official word, the reason would be a lack of demand and make more room for new generation Pulsar models.
The outgoing version of the Pulsar was introduced in the market in February 2021, soon after the Pulsar 220F was discontinued. In terms of design, the motorcycle looked similar to the Pulsar 150 with different paint options. The last known price of the motorcycle was Rs 1.17 lakh.
The bike was powered by a 178.6cc, air-cooled, DTSI engine that churns out 16.76bhp and 14.52Nm of peak torque. This engine was mated to a five-speed gearbox. It came with a 15-litre tank and tipped the scale at 151kg. It came with three colour options including red, white and black.
The Pulsar 180 rode on 17-inch alloy wheels with telescopic forks up front and dual-springs with five-step preload adjustability at the back. Braking duties were handled by a single disc at both ends. The motorcycle came with single-channel ABS as standard. In India, the motorcycle took on the TVS Apache RTR 180.