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  • Q. I want to buy pulsar 150 standard version. How is it's reliability, engine refinement and mileage?

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    ROCKFORT
    ROCKFORT | 12 months ago

    Dear Prabhakar i am using pulsar 150 2013 model and for me its simply superb because it depends on how you are going to maintain. Till now after 5 yrs with proper care my rides fuel efficiency is 55kmpl which means no harsh acceleration, no rash riding and timely service.Not even single puncture and Tyre change . Whatever bike you buy it depends upon how you maintain. Since you are interested in Pulsar 150 You can buy but my small suggestion is any bike buy with ABS(Dual channel)

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    Shreyas
    Shreyas | 1 year ago

    It's the best in class. No doubt on it's reliability. Engine is most refined in mid-gears but not as refined as Honda Hornet or Apache RTR 160. Mileage is around 45 kmpl (City) Approx 50(Highway). But it looks outdated. I suggest you to buy TVS Apache RTR 160 4V as it has better power and looks much better, fully digital speedo console, similar mileage etc.

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    Debjit
    Debjit | 2 weeks ago

    Bajaj bikes starts showing tantrums after 30000kms..engine refinement is faaaaaar from what's called good.. and milage depend on how you open rhe throttle..

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    R
    R | 12 months ago

    I have been using pulsar for a very long time (12 years). My present bike which is 2012 Pulsar is the best in this segment in terms of mileage, comfort and drivability. Best for city and occasional highway rides. On the downside the resale value of a pulsar is not that good.

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    Amit
    Amit | 12 months ago

    It's the best in class and value for money. And if you service your bike regularly it won't burden your wallet . I have pulsar Dtsi 150 from 2007 and if you see it even now it feels new.

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    Birender
    Birender | 12 months ago

    Go for pulsar 150, dual disc brake. Apache is not comfortable for long ride. You can not drive slow on long drive. Because its driver sitting posture is not good.

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    Sainik
    Sainik | 2 weeks ago

    Mileage is 50kmpl. Engine refinements have improved with the BS4 models.

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    Shubham
    Shubham | 11 months ago

    Go for Pulsar 150 Classic model. You will save handsome amount of money. STD model and Classic model have minute differences.

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    Anand
    Anand | 2 months ago

    Sorry

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    Goutambudha
    Goutambudha | 1 month ago

    No

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