- 2022 Bajaj Pulsar N160 available in four colours
- Single ABS variant comes in three shades
- Single colour option for Dual ABS trim
Bajaj Auto recently introduced a new product from its next-generation Pulsar family, the 2022 Pulsar N160. It’s the successor to the NS160 and gets a host of updates in terms of styling, features, and hardware. Bajaj has also updated the colour palette of the motorcycle and the N160 is available in four new shades.
The most vibrant of the four colours is the Caribbean Blue paint scheme which gets black graphics on its fuel tank and front cowl. It’s also available in Racing Red and Techno Grey trims with the same graphics as the Blue trim. Notably, these paint schemes are available with a single-channel ABS setup. It also comes equipped with dual-channel ABS which is available in a single colour scheme – Brooklyn Black. This one looks quite stealthy with all of its components finished in black along with subtle red and grey accents.
All these colours compliment the fresh design of the N160 which looks nearly identical to the bigger Pulsar N250. Another big change is in the engine department as the new N160 is powered by a 164.82cc, oil-cooled, two-valve engine that produces 15.7bhp, which is around 1bhp lesser than before, and peak torque is about the same at 14.65Nm. It is based on a new chassis, which is similar to the 250s, while the front and rear tyres are wider than the NS160.
The single-channel variant of the Pulsar N160 is priced at Rs 1.23 lakh while the dual-channel ABS version costs Rs 1.28 lakh (both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi).