The Bajaj Pulsar recently was updated to compile with the upcoming BS-IV emission norm. Bajaj has also repositioned the motorcycle as a commuter bike with a hint of performance rather than an entry-level bike in the Pulsar family. The styling has also changed and the new 135cc motorcycle looks more commuterish with a larger windscreen, grab rails and the split-seats have been replaced with a longer single-piece saddle. The Pulsar 135LS has been priced at Rs 60,718 ex-showroom Delhi. The new motorcycle also gets automatic headlamp on (AHO), a safety feature which will be made mandatory from Apr Read Less
Value for money, Good performance, Handling is impressive
Design has taken a back step, Side stand is too low, Unstable at high speeds due to skinny tyre
Bajaj has now positioned the Pulsar 135LS as a commuterish motorcycle rather than a performance oriented bike. As a commuter it ticks all the right boxes but we would have appreciated better mileage.
The Pulsar 180 is priced at Rs 79,545, the 135 LS at Rs 60,178, while the 150 is available at Rs 73,513 (all prices, ex-showroom, New Delhi)
This lightweight sporty machine, is no average commuter, and manages to pack quite a punch, while giving great returns on kms to the litre
While we know Bajaj has a tendency to update their motorcycles at a pretty fast rate, this time they have managed to surprise us even further by giving the recently launched baby Pulsar a mild update.
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