Specifications Summary of Pulsar 150
|Engine Displ. :||149.5 cc|
|Power :||14 PS @ 8000 rpm|
|No Of Gears :||5 Speed|
|Fuel System :||Carburetor|
|Head Lamp :||Halogen|
|Wheels Type :||Alloy|
|Tyre Type :||Tubeless|
|Standard Warranty (Years) :||2|
Latest On Bajaj Pulsar 150
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 was one of the first models that gave customers a taste of performance motorcycling in India.With constant updates to stay in tune with changing technologies, the Pulsar makes a strong case for itself.
Bajaj has updated the popular Pulsar 150, which comprises of the Classic, Standard and Twin-Disc, for 2019. While there are three different variants, the base Pulsar 150 Classic gets three different trims - Neon Red, Neon Silver and Neon Yellow with a matte black paint job. The standard Pulsar and the Twin-Disc feature new sporty paint schemes, a belly pan and faux carbon-fibre texturing on the side panels. The only difference between the standard variant and the Twin-Disc is that the former misses out on a rear disc brake and split grab rails.
Aside from these changes, all three variants remain unchanged. Powering the Pulsar 150 is the same 149cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine that pumps out 14PS of power at 8000rpm and 13.4Nm of torque at 6000rpm. It comes mated to a 5-speed transmission. Additionally, the bike also features Evaporative Emission Control System (EVAP) that recycles vaporising fuel.
The Pulsar 150 employs a dual cradle frame with conventional telescopic forks up front and a twin gas-charged suspension setup at the rear. Braking duties are handled by a 260mm front disc and a 230mm rear disc on the Twin-Disc variant. The Pulsar 150 Classic and STD get a 240mm disc at the front and a drum unit at the rear. Currently, the Pulsar 150 does not feature ABS. However, recent spy images suggest that the company will soon equip the entire range with at least a single-channel ABS unit up front. The Bajaj Pulsar Neon range is priced at Rs 64,998, while Twin-Disc variant costs Rs 79,898 (ex-Pune). Although the STD Pulsar 150 has been updated for the upcoming year, it's yet to hit showrooms. At the moment, it’s priced at Rs 74,624 (ex-Delhi). When launched, however, we could expect a slight bump in price owing to the subtle cosmetic changes. In terms of competition, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 goes up against the Yamaha FZ-FI, TVS Apache RTR 160 and the Hero Xtreme Sports.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Price
Bajaj Pulsar 150 prices start at Rs. 64,998 (Ex-Showroom) and the top end variant Bajaj Pulsar 150 Dual Disc is priced at Rs. 80,794 (Ex-Showroom). Bajaj Pulsar 150 is available in 4 variants and 10 colours.
Pulsar 150 Variants Price List
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Mileage
The claimed ARAI mileage for the Bajaj Pulsar 150 petrol is 65 kmpl.
Editor's View of Bajaj Pulsar 150
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.
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Design and Features
The Pulsar 150 was a smashing looking bike when it made its debut many moons back. But with the passage of time, Bajaj hasn’t updated the bike and the new model, which was launched earlier this year, looks similar to the older bike. While the older bike featured a dual-tone finish which looked good, the new Pulsar 150 gets revised graphics that makes it a look more like a commuter bike. The new motorcycle is BS-IV-compliant and gets AHO (automatic headlamp on). It also gets reflective tape on the wheels. The instrument console remains a semi-digital unit, but gets a faux carbon fibre finish that looks nice.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is powered by an air-cooled, single-cylinder motor that now delivers 14PS and 13.4Nm. Power output is down by 1PS in comparison to the older motor, while torque has increased by 1Nm. The new motor complies with BS-IV emission norms and is mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The engine also features Evaporative Emission Control System (EVAP) that recycles fuel that vaporises from the tank and uses it for combustion. Bajaj claims that the new Pulsar 150 will run for 65km on a litre of fuel. The bike employs telescopic front forks and gas charged twin shock absorbers at the rear. Braking responsibilities are handled by 220mm disc brake at front wheel and a 130mm drum unit on the rear wheel.
Honda Unicorn: The Honda Unicorn might not posses the same visual pizzaz of the Pulsar 150, but what it does offer is a bulletproof engine which is frugal as well. The Unicorn 150 is a better bet if you spend most of your time riding in city traffic and the engine refinement offered is still the benchmark in the segment. The only downside is the Unicorn price, which is significantly more than its rivals.
Hero Achiever 150: The Hero Achiever 150 has always been overshadowed by it rivals. But Hero has given it a new lease of life by launching an all-new model. The Achiever 150 is the only bike in its segment to get start-stop technology and boasts the best mileage figures for a 150cc bike. While the styling won’t please all, Hero’s enormous dealership network and killer pricing does make it an interesting option.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 still remains a great option if you’re looking for an entry-level 150cc motorcycle. The motor offers likeable performance with a hint of brashness which made the Pulsar brand so popular among the youth, and being a Bajaj offering, it has been priced aggressively as well. The styling could have been better and build quality in the long run needs to improve, but it still remains a well-rounded motorcycle.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 News
The new variant gets small visual updates that accentuate the bike’s appealNovember 29, 2018 By Team ZigWheels
Updates include revised graphics, an engine cowl and split grab railsNovember 26, 2018 By pulsar 150 classic,pulsar 150,pulsar 150 disc
As part of the scheme, customers will receive 5 years of free own damage insurance, extra free services and 5 years of free warranty on select motorcyclesOctober 5, 2018 By Team ZigWheels
Bajaj Pulsar 150 User Reviews
Features & Styling4.3
Super but price is so heavy and milage 55kmplUses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 55 kmpl
This bike is one of the super stylish looking good and good mileage and easy to drive and comfortable.Uses this bike for : Daily Commute | Occasional Commute | Leisure Rides
Gets mileage of : 50 kmpl
Bajaj pulsar 150 is the Best sports bike in indiaUses this bike for : Daily Commute
Gets mileage of : 50 kmpl
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