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Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

Ayush Upadhyay asks.

is a brand name synonymous the performance biking scene in It created a cult right when it was launched. Bajaj has the only Indian manufacturer who has strived to truly offer an to its models by not only changing the but also increasing performance and better technology.

We take a at how the Pulsar has evolved from to 2013.

Pulsar Classic – 2002)

The Pulsar 150 and 180 were at the Auto Expo before launch and garnered massive with it true blue styling. This was a time the Indian motorcycling enthusiast was for a true performance bike and offered just that.

The generation Pulsar was a runaway It introduced performance when economy was still a prime for a motorcycle purchase. The Pulsar 150 made 11.8 Bhp and the 180 made Bhp of peak power.

Vibrations and refinement was still a of concern though.

Pulsar UG 1 – 2 004)

By this time were the first choice of And after 2 years of its launch, offered its first upgrade. introduced their revolutionary technology, using two spark for better combustion and power. A that was even uncommon in

A noticeable fact was that highlighted their bikes by outright performance. Remember the in which a red Pulsar DTS-i a blue Pulsar classic a wheelie and then followed by a

The Pulsar managed to sell in volumes and this was the beginning of the riding scene in India. The UG1 (1 st brought along a bikini and an increased power output of Bhp for the 150 and 15.78 Bhp for the 180. While the was busy upgrading decals then.

Pulsar UG 2 (2004 –

The second upgrade took to a new level. Both Pulsars got with 17 inch alloy Nitrox gas-charged rear and ExhausTEC technology which the Pulsars a throaty exhaust Broader rear tyre and a hugger were added and the all styling made its first on the P180.

Power was bumped up to Bhp for the 150 and 16.3 Bhp for the 180.

Pulsar UG 3 (2006 – 2007)

By time Bajaj was beaming 1 million on the roads. The 3 rd upgrade saw a change in the Pulsars. Futuristic was taken to whole new level.

panels, a black mask shroud over the headlamp the menacing look of the pilot gave the front, a phantom appearance.

Bajaj introduced a speedometer, back-lit switches, cancelling indicators and LED tail on the Pulsars and most of these a segment first. Power too was up to 13.8 Bhp for the P150.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

Pulsar Pulsar 220 DTS-Fi launched – 2009)

There was another bike, by main rival, Hero with a 223cc Karizma. bike was still out of reach for owners when it came to speed, refinement and power. needed to better this too and this is the time when launched the Pulsar 200 DTS-i and 220 with fuel-injection.

The P200 on with the same basic as the P150 and P180 but with bits like split-seats, tank shroud, thicker forks, oil-cooler and a sporty exhaust muffler. It produced Bhp of peak power.

The P220 Fi was any other Pulsar due to the addition of a which housed projector and the overall look of a bigger Apart from similar as the P200, the 220 also received front and rear disc and clip-on handle bars.

Pulsar UG 4 (2009 – 2011)

was a time when a host of manufacturers were coming up attractively priced competitive and the attention that the Pulsars enjoyed was somewhat dwindling. however, was still unfazed and to hold nearly half the share in this segment.

The upgrade saw the P150 getting handle bars and 14.8 Bhp of and the P180 got 16.8 Bhp of power with split seats, self-start – no kick, thicker and the swingarm from the P200 and grab rails.

Later year, Bajaj discontinued the 200 and introduced a carbureted P220 as the fastest Indian.

Pulsar 135LS

Bajaj launched the smallest Pulsar in its the 135LS (Light Sport). It was the bike in India with DTS-i technology and radically styling than the usual hinted at a new bike in the future.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i


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