Bajaj Pulsar 150 celebrated 10+ years of successful leadership in India, competing with several rivals and competitors. The revolutionary patented DTS-i technology created wonders offering sheer power and stunning mileage and is a sensation among the stunting community, and it gets a 149.5cc engine and has sporty looks and extraordinary performance. Let’s take a look to find out more about it.
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BAJAJ PULSAR 150 OVERVIEW
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 gets a 149.5cc BS6 engine with class-leading power and performance. Bajaj Pulsar 150 has an anti-locking braking system with both front and rear disc brakes. It has a fuel tank capacity of 15 litres with a range of up to 45-50 km/l and weighs 148kg. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is the highest-selling 150cc commuter bike in India.
Despite it being long in the tooth, the combination of muscular style, good fuel efficiency and value for money makes it an extremely popular motorcycle in the two-wheeler market. The styling might not have been updated for a long time, but the bike has received new colour schemes and variants. The company has introduced the Neon series, wherein the motorcycle adorns a matte metallic grey colour scheme with contrasting neon orange or yellow highlights.
It uses a 149.5cc air-cooled single-cylinder engine that is fuel-injected and BS6 compliant. It delivers 13.8bhp and 13.4Nm of torque and comes mated to a five-speed transmission. The Pulsar 150 suspends telescopic front forks up front and dual springs with adjustable preload at the rear. The braking carries out by a disc brake at the front and the choice of a drum or a disc brake at the rear. All variants of the Pulsar 150 feature a single-channel ABS as standard fitment.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 comes in two variants and four colours-Blue Black, Red-Black, White, and Black Red.
Bajaj bikes came into existence in India way back in 1945 by introducing Chetak scooters. By 1986 they made a paradigm shift by having it’s focus completely on motorcycles and discontinued scooter manufacturing. From there Bajaj was always on course to seal a spot in the top motorcycle manufacturers. On the way, Bajaj made tie-up with Kawasaki in 1984 and KTM in 2007 in which former severed tie up in April 2017. As a result of years of R & D and technology assistance from KTM and Kawasaki, their models are now finding a place among the top and also within motorcycle aficionados.