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  • Q. What is the rear tyre thickness of Pulsar 150 twin disc?
    Ravi
    Ravi | 1 year ago

    100-180

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  • Q. Reserve capacity kitna hai Bajaj Pulsar 150 ka?
    DilipKumar
    DilipKumar | 2 years ago

    There is no reserve fuel tank in Bajaj Pulsar 150. Low fuel indicator bar starts blinking when there is around 1-2 litres fuel left in the tank.

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  • Q. Bs6 engine oil grade - Pulsar 150?
    Ganeshwari
    Ganeshwari | 1 year ago

    15W50 grade ka oil agar dalte hai to koi problem to nhi h

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    • Mileage (446)
    • Comfort (354)
    • Looks (250)
    • Performance (249)
    • Maintenance (166)
    • Experience (143)
    • Engine (110)
    • Service (95)
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    • Instant hit

      People also ask why is pulsar so popular? due to the engine options and affordable price tags, The pulsar's were an instant hit in the market.College-goers and youngsters were loving these motorcycles.

    • 3.8
      The bike has excellent

      The bike has excellent ergonomics, Making riding the pulsar 150 as a lot more pleasurable experience.The suspension setup on this pulsar is soft or bouncier, But the kerb weight of 143 kgs is an excellent match.Because the rear suspension is a gas-charged mono-suspension, It provides greater stability and comfort.

    • Overall Good Bike With Low Maintenance

      I have a Pulsar 150 Bs4 version, and I bought it because of the low maintenance cost. A clutch plate of my Pulsar costs nearly 800 rupees as compared to other bikes. The comfort level is good with wide seats and clip-on handlebars. Not so leaning sitting position which makes the city, and long rides comfortable. I don't feel any pain while riding on it, and I take rest every 70 km on a highway. The best thing is the clip-on handlebar which makes a good sitting posture and gives a sporting look as well. The overall performance is good. Its mileage is 48 to 50kmpl in the city, and 55kmpl on highways with a speed between 60 to 65kmph. High speed has fewer mileage vibrations over 100 km, and I feel it on footpegs. The build quality is no doubt good, but yes I don't do off-road biking with a Pulsar. The shockers are better as compared to other bikes in this segment. The headlight is really awesome with a wonderful focus even after 5 years of buying. I have changed the headlight, and the headlight cluster once in five years. The gear shifting is smooth brakes need to be serviced every 4000 km.

    • The new bajaj pulsar

      The new bajaj pulsar 150 is definitely a notch up, Especially in engine and transmission refinement, But it's only an improvement, And there's nothing aesthetically distinguishing it from the previous pulsar 150.The new bajaj pulsar 150, Which has been refreshed for 2017, Is priced at rs.74, 603 (ex-showroom delhi) and will attempt to maintain its position as the country's best-selling 150cc motorcycle.

    • Build quality

      Good very good.Build quality always good big like for bajaj pulsar.Runing smoothly and easy to use (not so heavy).It's easy to control.Regarding mileage it's ok too.That's depends on the one who control it.Thanks.

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