Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi

Tuesday, November 3, 2009 at 7:13 AM

The Bajaj Pulsar 180 dtsi places itself on par with other high end bikes and has a full throttle feel. The stronger alloy wheel coupled with a long wheelbase of 1330mm enhances the stability of the bike and also makes it more agile. One can sit with ease on the bike with its superior Shock absorption which reduces the vibrations to a minimum. The engine is improved with a stable chassis, a new design magnesium alloy wheel and Nitrox shock absorbers, rear suspension with triple-rated springs for handling extreme road conditions and terrain. The pillion seating is comfortable and the bike provides a mileage of about 45-50kmpl.

Whiling away, in its own devilish glory, the Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTS-I has a decent fuel efficiency and gives an average of 45-50 km per every liter of fuel. To its credit off course goes a cool acceleration t and linear and enough power on all the gears!
As always, the pulsar is made to look sleek and cunning on the road. Robust, tough and looks like a devil that?s set to devour, theBajaj Pulsar 180 DTSi is really on. The Bajaj Pulsar 180cc is elegant in its looks with aerodynamic shape and has a flush-fitted tail lamp that?s kinda cool. The bike has an LCD speedo and tachometer console and the fuel tank gives the muscular shaped body to it, that you so go gaga about. The black styling provides the bike a sleek as well as subtle aggression and its scanty dashboard layout and a lighter yet stronger alloy wheels calls for low maintenance, as it wouldn?t rust. Switches are convenient for use and there is a tacho; a beam flasher.
Good looks, stunning style and great performance make the Bajaj Pulsar 180 DTS-i, a great bike. It?s sporty, it?s functional and its fuel efficient and all set to put you on the move. It may look a little on the lighter side while on the toad, but on the whole, its just what you would like to have if you want a bike, that?s both roaring in engine and stealing in style.


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