Bajaj Pulsar 150 India, Variant, Price, Review, Details

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Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

Best 150cc Bike in

Overview

The ever-popular and highly Pulsar series receives a new with the release of Bajaj’s Pulsar 150, a performance motorcycle that has been updated to compete with new such as Honda’s CBF Stunner and GS150R. It was one of the first 150cc to be released to the Indian market, so this new version break new or simply reinforce the market of the 150?

Design and Style

The new 150 model is designed with the design theme of the elder sibling – including the shock alloy wheels and engines – but it bears a striking similarity to its the Bajaj Pulsar 180. are plenty of stylish touches, the smartened heel and toe levers and the newly refined tail. Its razor-sharp taillight is unique and – perhaps the best part of the design.


Overall, the bike’s exterior is and sleek, an improvement on the previous However, it’s unfortunate Bajaj didn’t choose to the Pulsar 150 to feature the same seat configuration as the Pulsar 180.

Bajaj Pulsar has been steadily upgraded to digital instrument consoles. It is equipped with the digital . including digital speedometer, low-fuel warning and fuel

Bajaj Pulsar 150 is powered engine which develops power of 14.9 Bhp at 9000 rpm maximum torque of 12.5 Nm at rpm . The bike is fitted with a manual transmission gear

The major flaw with the Pulsar 150 was its acceleration and gear – many drivers complained gear shifts were and noisy, and that the bike’s felt underwhelming. Thankfully, seem to have fully the issue with the new version of the 150. The 150 is now equipped with a 4-down configuration, much that of the Pulsar 180.

In addition, the Pulsar 150 has Bajaj’s ExhausTEC (Torque Expansion technology, improving the engine’s when operating at low revs, the bike improved pick up and The bike can make the jump 0 to 60 kmph in an impressive 5.6 seconds . it at the top of its class. It has a maximum speed of 115

The bike gives excellent in any gear, and the linear acceleration is strong, although there is a drop at around 95 kmph.

test conditions, the Pulsar 150 an average fuel mileage of km/kmpl on city roads . and an of up to 62 km/kmpl on highways . Bajaj’s motorcycles have always from high fuel and unfortunately the Pulsar 150, the other Pulsar models, fuels at a pretty high which pushes up the cost of the bike – particularly if you’re a city commuter. Its petrol has a capacity of 15 litres, with a capacity of 2 litres.

Due to its staunch shock absorbers, the 150 is a high quality ride . Its is clearly designed to provide an ride on city roads. The seat is wide and comfortable, some drivers will for the updated split seat seen on the other Pulsar On the 150, the pillion’s seat is elevated above the driver’s, some may find unsettling.

Pulsar 150 is equipped with a front headlamp – 12 volts, DC with 2 35/35 W pilot — for improved illumination night time rides. Its disc brake provides performance and greatly reduces the stopping distance to prevent and collisions. Wide leg guards to protect the driver in the event of a

Storage Space

The bike not feature any on-board storage as is typical of performance motorcycles of type.

Suspension and Brakes

It is equipped telescopic 135mm … at the front, and at the rear is triple-rated five-way adjustable suspension 105mm travel nitrox absorbers. The suspension does a job of absorbing potholes and bumpy but is sadly not up to challenging road – riders should certainly to well-maintained city roads to the jolts and vibrations.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i
Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

The Pulsar 150 is with 240mm disc at the front and 130mm drum at the back. The large, powerful brakes make all the difference – smaller drum brakes not be an equal match for its capable but the sized-up disc brakes are to the challenge. When applied, the bring the bike to a quick and stop, with a braking from 60 to 0 kmph on 16.33 which puts it equal other Pulsar models and of many of the competition.

Ride and

Compared to other bikes in the class, the Pulsar’s handling is and nimble. Thanks to the patented system . the bike is highly in city traffic and built-up However, at low speeds the Pulsar 150 can responsiveness and agility.

The bike is a decent all-rounder – it excel in any particular area, but all the boxes for a commuter motorcycle.

Size

At the front, the It has a 90/90 x 17 tyre; and at the back a 100/90 x 17 tyre. The wheels are 17-inch . In general, the tyres perform giving a stable and comfortable on a variety of road surfaces, and well with wet and slippery

The bike is available in three . Plasma Blue, Cocktail Red and Midnight Black. Bajaj has introduced new speed line for Pulsar range comprising of 135, Pulsar 150, 180 and Pulsar 220. The new shades are with combination of black, red combination of black and all-black

The new shades have given a lease to life to the Pulsar and have further enhanced the looks of the bikes.

There are few included with the standard – no doubt in an attempt to keep the down – but extras can be purchased on including seat covers and covers.

The Bajaj Pulsar 150 in a single standard variant.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i
Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i
Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

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