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The updated Pulsar 150 now comes with features like a rear disc, split seats and more
Bajaj has launched the updated version of the Pulsar 150 with a rear disc brake, new colours and some subtle design changes. The 2018 Pulsar 150 with disc brakes on both ends is priced at Rs 78,016 (ex-showroom Delhi), a hike of Rs 4,380 over the existing single-disc variant. So, what's new? Apart from the rear disc setup, the updated Bajaj Pulsar 150 now comes with fatter 37mm front forks from the Pulsar 180, split seats, split grab rails, a longer wheelbase and a fatter 120/80-17 section rear tyre. According to the company, the new Pulsar 150 comes with major improvements in noise and vibrations, thanks to optimisations in the engine and the chassis. Commenting on the introduction of the new variant, Eric Vas, President, Motorcycle Business, Bajaj Auto, said, “Pulsar 150 is India’s largest selling sports motorcycle in the category, it has always been synonymous to sportiness and masculine charm. While retaining the core, the new twin disc Pulsar 150 will offer a contemporary option to motorcycle enthusiasts. The new Pulsar 150 with reardisc is targeted at modern youth who gets comfort in performance & mileage of bike but is looking for a sportier... read more »
Starting this fiscal onwards, prices of all Bajaj models have gone up by upto Rs 2000
The new Pulsar 150 costs around Rs 3,500 more than the previous generation motorcycle
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