February 10, 2017:The Bajaj Pulsar is one of the most influential bikes in India, responsible for the revolution of the Indian biking scene. After ignoring it for a long time, Bajaj has finally launched the updated Pulsar 150 which now adheres to BS-IV emission norms. The 2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 is priced at Rs 74,603 ex-showroom, Delhi, Rs 800 more than the previous variant. It faces competition from the Honda CB Unicorn 150, Hero Achiever and TVS Apache RTR160. In terms of styling nothing much has changed except for new colours and graphics while it also features AHO (auto headlamp on). The in strument console gets faux carbon fibre surrounding and the addition of side stand indicator. Implementing BS-IV norms has reduced power by 1PS but Bajaj has compensated it with a 1Nm gain in torque over the older Pulsar 150. The bike now produces 14PS @ 8000rpm and a peak torque of 13.4Nm @ 6000rpm. Bajaj also claims that NVH levels have improved considerably in the new Pulsar 150 while mileage figures stand at a claimed 65kmpl. Read More Read Less
Bang for buck, Good acceleration, Healthy list of features
Reliability remains questionable, Fit and finish levels need improvements, Design still feels dated
Despite being present in the market for more than 15 years, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 still remains the king of the 150cc segment but design needs an update as the styling is starting to show its age.
After a long wait Bajaj’s Pulsar 150 has finally received some mechanical updates. Apart from complying with the BS-IV emission norms what else has changed on India’s highest selling 150cc motorcycle?
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is the most popular motorcycle in the 150cc segment and also the highest selling product in this highly competitive sector. We list down the five factors that have made the Bajaj Pulsar 150 such a popular motorcycle in the Indian market
The Indian automobile major is planning to launch an entirely new breed of models of its popular flagship Bajaj Pulsar series.
With the workforce of Chakan plant serving a notice to go on an indefinite strike after two weeks, Bajaj Auto has decided to shift 50 per cent production of the Pulsar to its Waluj plant in Aurangabad
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