Pulsar 180 DTS-i


Overview of Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTS-i

Bajaj has enjoyed great success with the previous models in its sporty and versatile “Pulsar” series, developed in association with the Tokyo R&D. In April 2009, in response to challenges to its dominant market position, Bajaj announced a new model of the Pulsar 180, one of its most successful models.

Bajaj Pulsar 180 Design

In 2009, the newly upgraded Pulsar 180 made its debut. It now featured wider tyres, a split seat, clip-on handlebars, a 3D Pulsar logo and tank scoops, all welcome features for this new generation of bikes. The Pulsar 180 is a well-built vehicle with plenty of bulk: its body is sturdy and muscular, yet surprisingly elegant in its appearance. It’s more refined and aerodynamic than its previous incarnation. While the previous form of the 180 featured a single-step seat, the new model has been updated to a split seat, much like the Pulsar 200 and 220 models. The split seat is nicely designed: it is firm, with just enough give to keep a driver comfortable on long journeys, and the leather is clean, sleekly muddled and high quality. The bike’s dominant black body color is strong and sharp. It sports a broad, bold looking fuel tank with aerodynamic fairing, and the overall metallic finish is classy and sleek.




The Pulsar 180’s new model is far from perfect. In particular, buyers have noted that the silence corrodes quickly, a fault that Bajaj have yet to correct. However, overall the build quality of the bike is good, performance is very strong, and it has some driver-friendly features that will appeal to many customers.


The Pulsar 180 is a surprisingly comfortable ride, given that previous Pulsar models have scored badly on driver comfort. The nitrox rear shock absorbers have a five-step adjustment setting that gives excellent riding comfort. on the highway.


Like the other new and bigger models of the Pulsar, the pillion seat now has the rear grab rail for greater comfort and security. The bike also features a powerful, even aggressive headlamp (12 volts, full DC) that gives a good constant beam at all speeds of travel.


The Pulsar brings plenty of unique features to the table, although some are seen on other Pulsar models: a stylish and well-designed L.E.D. tail lamp, muscular looking split seats, a split rear grab-rail, a powerful engine with patented DTS-i and ExhausTEC, plus TRICS 3 and smart CDI technology, and a kick-less, electric-powered start mechanism.



Type Type – 4-stroke, dts-i, air cooled
Displacement (cc) 178. 6 cc
Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 17. 02, 8500
Max. Torque (Nm @ rpm) 14. 22, 6500
Starting Electric


Front Telescopic, 130 mm stroke
Rear Triple rated spring, 5 way adjustable with 101 mm travel nitrox shock absorber


Front Disc, Dia. 260 mm
Rear Drum, Dia. 130 mm


Front Tubetype Unidirectional – 90/90 x 17″
Rear Tubetype Unidirectional – 120/80 x 17″

Fuel Tank

Total litres(reserve, usable) 15 liter full (3.2 liter reserve, 2 liters usable)


Battery 12 v full dc
Head lamp 35/35 w with 2 pilot lamps
Horn 12V, 30W


Wheelbase 1345 mm
Kerb Weight 147 kg


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