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A special edition of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 has been spied at a dealership in Tamil Nadu. The first looks showed traces of red-colored detailings, contrasting red accents, and a pulsar logo on the fuel tank. The grab-rails, wheel rims, headlamp housing, centre panel, and the ‘150’ decal are all done in red.
The changes are only cosmetic and the latest edition continues to draw power from a 149cc, single-cylinder, 4-stroke, twin spark, DTS-i, BSIV-compliant engine producing a maximum power of 14PS at 8000rpm and a peak torque of 13.4Nm at 6000rpm, mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
The Pulsar 150 is currently offered in only one variant, the DTSi, which is priced at Rs 78,016 (ex-showroom Delhi), while the spied special edition is expected to be priced slightly higher. Currently, the bike is offered in four different colours - Laser Black, Chrome Black, Nuclear Blue, and Dyno Red. It lines up to compete against the Suzuki Gixxer, Honda Unicorn 160, and the Yamaha FZ-S FI.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 has been the most popular 150cc bike in India. It’s powerful, feature-packed, good-looking and well-priced. It does require a bit more maintenance though to keep the odo ticking. Its design is starting to show its age and it needs an update urgently
The least priced variant is Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon ABS priced at Rs. 79,600 and the most priced variant is Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin Disc ABS priced at Rs. 1,04,617.
|Neon ABS||149.5 cc,||Rs79,600|
|Twin Disc ABS||149.5 cc,||Rs1,04,617|
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Bajaj Pulsar has been one of the most popular and fabulous looking bikes since its inception in the Indian market. The Pulsar 150 is one of those influential bikes which have been addressing all the crucial aspects ranging from power, features to styling, mileage, and price. And the latest updates which the company has given to this bike has raised its appeal a notch further.
In the styling department, the new Pulsar now features revamped graphics which makes it look like a mature commuter bike. The semi-digital aspect of the instrument console remains intact, however, it now gets faux carbon finishing which looks soothing. Complying with the latest norms, Pulsar also features Automatic Headlamps On. The bike is available in four graceful color options namely Nuclear Blue, Laser Black, Chrome Black, and Dyno Red.
The new Pulsar is powered by the same 149cc single cylinder air-cooled engine which now produces 14PS and 13.4Nm of max torque, 1PS down and 1Nm more than the earlier model. Since the BS-IV regulations are mandatory, the engine also complies with the latest standard, paired to a 5-speed gearbox. Another interesting aspect of this engine is that it features Evaporative Emission Control System (EVAP) which re-processes the vaporized fuel from the tank and uses it for combustion. As per company’s claim, the new Bajaj Pulsar is able to deliver 65kmpl. For smoother handling of the roads, the bike features telescopic front forks upfront and gas charged twin shock absorbers at the rear. As far as the braking system is concerned, the front wheel gets 220mm disc brake while the rear wheel is equipped with 130mm drum unit. With a kerb weight of 144kg, the fuel tank capacity of Pulsar 150 is 15L.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is currently available in single DTSi variant which has been tagged at Rs. 76,723 (ex-showroom). The bike currently locks horns with Honda Unicorn and Hero Achiever 150 in the segment. Bajaj Pulsar is a nice option for people looking for an entry-level 150cc motorcycle that has the ability to give reasonable performance with a touch of boldness.
The Pulsar 150 is the most popular bike in the Bajaj stable. The new Pulsar 150 will appeal more to the young commuter with the new graphic schemes and dual-tone colour. The headlight now sports Always Headlight On (AHO) feature making the bike ride better during low light or bad weather conditions. The new Pulsar 150 gets aggressive laser edged graphics with premium new paint. It also gets new carbon fiber accents and instrument cluster graphics. It now comes equipped with fatter telescopic forks, the iconic wolf eyed headlamp with twin pilot lamps, and a tiny windscreen. The semi-digital instrument cluster sports an analogue tachometer with digital displays for the speedometer, odometer, and tripmeter. It now comes equipped with low-fuel indicator, pass switch, and clock too. It still retains the naked street fighter look, enhanced by aerodynamic fairing tank. The split grab rails, LED tail lamp, and split seats add to the sporty look. Four colours offered on the new standard Pulsar 150 are Chrome Black, Laser Black, Dyno Red, and Nuclear Blue. The twin-disc Pulsar 150 2018, is available in special Black Blue, Black Chrome, and Black Red colours.
In terms of power and performance the new Pulsar 150 remains unmatched amongst bikes in its class. The BSIV-compliant 149cc, 4-stroke, single-cylinder, twin spark, Patented DTS-i engine and ExhausTEC powers the Pulsar 150, that produces 14PS of max power at 8000 rpm and 13.4Nm of peak torque at 6000 rpm. The engine is more smoother and comes with a 5-speed gearbox. You can expect a smoother and vibration-free ride as there are notable refinements on NVH levels done by Bajaj. Those daily office trips or long weekend rides can be done with ease thanks to the fuel tank capacity of 15 litres. You can expect a fuel economy of 56 kmpl under normal riding conditions.
To ensure maximum comfort the Pulsar 150 has been designed in such a way that the rider is always is in upright seating position. It is a delight to handle and a pleasure to ride, thanks to the 37mm telescopic front forks with anti-friction bushes and 5-way adjustable Nitrox shock absorbers at the rear. The contoured seat made with premium material and 17” alloy wheels give a joy of comfort in the city or out on the highway. The Standard Pulsar 150 gets a 240mm disc at the front and a 130mm at the rear. The dual disc version, however, has a bigger 260mm front disc and 230mm rear disc brakes which enhances the control and safety.
The 240mm ventilated disc brake at the front ensures a quicker and safer braking each time. The Pulsar 150 also comes with a light sensitive digital cockpit and a new AHO 12 V headlamp with DC ensures constant illumination and great night visibility. The muscular frame with a 1320 mm wheelbase increases rigidity. To further add strength and stability on rough surfaces the Pulsar 150 rear now comes with a wider and better tyre with Eurogrip. The 80/100-17 section tyres at the front and 120/80-17 section at the rear rest on the 17-inch alloy wheels. A welcome inclusion of a rear disc brake in the Pulsar 150 dual disc enhances the braking power and safety as well.
|On Road||Rs 79,600|
|On Road||Rs 1,00,346|
|On Road||Rs 1,04,617|