Rabindra Dhungel, 27 september 2020. Bajaj, Honda and TVS motorcycles are among the three best motorcycles available in the Nepali market at Rs 270,000. Bajaj Pulsar 150 TD, Apache RTR 160 single disc and Honda Unicorn 160 are the three main competitors in this segment. Of the three motorcycles, the Bajaj Pulsar has a 150 cc engine, the TVS Apache RTR has a 159 cc engine and the Honda Unicorn has a 162 cc engine. These three motorcycles are competitive models of each other. If you are thinking of buying one of these motorcycles in the decade, you should know the main features of these motorcycles.
The engine available in the Pulsar 150 TD delivers 14 PS of power and 13.4 Nm of torque. The company has given it twinspark DTSI engine.
The TVS RTR 160 Four V is powered by a single cylinder oil cooled engine. The engine delivers 16.5 PS of power and 14.8 Nm of torque.
Honda Unicorn has a 162.71 cc engine. The engine delivers a maximum of 14 PS of power and 13.92 Nm of torque.
The Honda Unicorn has a length of 2045 mm, a width of 757 mm and a height of 1062 mm. The company has given a ground clearance of 150 mm.
The TVS RTR 160 Four V has a length of 2050 mm, a width of 790 mm and a height of 1050 mm. It has a ground clearance of 180 mm.
The Pulsar 150 TD is 2055 mm long, 765 mm wide and 1115 mm high. It has a ground clearance of 165 mm.
The Bajaj Pulsar has a telescopic differential with anti-fiction bus on the front and a 5th adjustable nitrox shock absorber on the rear.
The TVS RTR 160 Four V has telescopic front and rear monoshock suspension.
The Honda Unicorn 160 has a telescopic front and a spring loaded hydraulic type monoshock at the rear.
The TVS 160 Four V has a 270mm disc at the front and a 130mm drum brake at the rear.
The Honda Unicorn has a 240mm disc at the front and a 130mm drum brake at the rear.
The Pulsar has 260 mm disc brakes at the front and 230 mm disc brakes at the rear.
The most expensive motorcycle in terms of price is Honda Unicorn 160. Syakar Trading has been selling it at a price of Rs 274,900.
The TVS 160 Four is also the second most expensive motorcycle among the three. Jagdamba Motors has been selling it at a price of Rs 272,900.
Hanshraj Hulas Chand & Company has been selling Bajaj Pulsar 150 TD at a price of Rs. 270,900.
The company has made offers to customers who want to buy one of these motorcycles in the decade. Even though Honda has not made any offer public yet, Bajaj has announced a discount of Rs 10,000 on Pulsar and Rs 9,000 on TVS RTR 160 Four V. In the next few days, Honda is also preparing to make public the Dashain scheme.