Bajaj has updated the Pulsar NS 160 with rear disc brake and wider section rear tyre.

Bajaj Auto launched Pulsar NS 160 in June 2017. The street fighter from Bajaj had matched its rivals with price and features but the only thing it missed out on was a rear disc. But this time with a rear disc variant the Pulsar NS 160 is now at par with other bikes belonging to this segment. It is priced at Rs. 86,630/-

The Pulsar NS 160 twin disc shares all the same features with the standard NS 160 but will weigh more around 1.5 to 2 kgs due to the addition of the rear disc and brake callipers along with a wider rear tyre. The styling is carried from its elder sibling the Pulsar NS 200. The instrument cluster, tank capacity, both suspensions and AHO headlight are from standard the NS 160. The new rear disc of 230mm is borrowed from the NS 200.

The 160.3cc engine remains unchanged which is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The bikes have been spotted at dealerships and the delivery of the vehicle will commence in due time. Comparing the price of the NS 160 rear disc with its rivals are – Suzuki Gixxer which is priced at Rs. 82,606/-, TVS Apache RTR 160 4V will cost you Rs. 84,535/- while the Honda CB Hornet 160R with CBS is Rs. 91,099/-. (All Price Ex. Showroom Pune).


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