The Pulsar motorcycles are the most successful range of motorcycles that came out of Bajaj's plant. That's because many motorbikes have come and gone, but only a few of them have stuck around. Pulsar is one of them. If you've looked at some sales charts, you'll notice that Pulsar motorcycles sell a lot more than either the Apache series by TVS or the FZ series by Yamaha.
Bajaj has updated the Pulsar 150 to compete with other brands in India. But note that it was the original king of Pulsars thanks to its prevailing popularity and cult following in the country and world-wide markets, especially countries that have always been a bit behind when it comes to technology. This legend started all the way back in 1988 so it's had time, experience, and an immense competitiveness advantage! Let’s take a look at what Bajaj did to make this legendary bike relevant again.
2022 Bajaj Pulsar 150 with New Design & Looks
The Pulsar 150 has been redesigned and updated. The new design is sleeker and slimmer than before, with a sportier stance and increased aerodynamics. The single-disc variant of the Pulsar has an upright seating position, while the twin-disc variant is designed for more sports-oriented performance with a split seat.
The dynamic tank profile is contrasted with a thin waistline that extends to a contoured seat profile, creating a comfortable ride. The 790mm seat height and balance-focused proportions ensure comfort even on long rides. A new mono-shock rear suspension and underbody exhaust curb weight distribution and balance for better handling.
Along with the 10-kg weight reduction, there is a 10% increase in the power-to-weight ratio for the twin-disc variant. This means you'll feel even more sporty when riding this bike.
New Bajaj Pulsar 150cc Specs
The Pulsar's new 149.68cc engine delivers best-in-class power and a lightning-quick throttle response. With a peak power of 14.5 Ps @ 8500 RPM, the Pulsar 150 provides more than enough power to get you up to speed in any situation.
Additionally, you'll get 90% of its torque from 6000 RPMS to 8000 RPMs, giving you plenty of range for a fuel efficient ride with a powerful rush when you need it. Add on a higher-access gear shift and an NVH damping system and this is the most refined version of the Pulsar yet which is smooth even through rough city streets.
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Two decades ago, the Pulsar 150 established the genre of sports street motorcycling. And with the launch of the all-new Pulsar P150, again raised the performance bar. The P150s are a great addition to the all new Pulsar platform, which has seen launches like the 250s and N160 with dual channel ABS.
Engineering and design excellence combined with an intimate knowledge of our customers have shaped the all new Pulsar P150, which is sure to delight its vast customer base.
The Pulsar P150 is priced attractively at Rs 1,19,757 (ex-showroom Delhi) and Rs 1,19,565 (ex-showroom Kolkata) for the twin-disc variant and Rs 1,16,755 (ex-showroom New Delhi) and Rs 1,16,563 (ex-showroom Kolkata) for the single disc variant.
It comes in 5 colors--Racing Red, Caribbean Blue, Ebony Black Red, Ebony Black Blue and Ebony Black White. It's been launched in Kolkata today and will be available all over the country later this week.
BAJAJ PULSAR P150 SPECIFICATIONS
Displacement – 149.68 cc
Max Power – 10.66 kW (14.5 PS) @ 8500 rpm
Max Torque – 13.5 Nm @ 6000 rpm
Transmission – Constant mesh 5 speed
FUEL TANK – 14 L
Pulsar 150 Twin Disc – 90/90-17
Pulsar 150 Single Disc – 80/100-17
Pulsar 150 Twin Disc – 110/80-17
Pulsar 150 Single Disc – 100/90-17
SUSPENSION Front – Telescopic (31 mm)
SUSPENSION Rear – Monoshock
BRAKES Front – 260 mm Disc,
Single Channel ABS BRAKES Rear – Pulsar 150
Twin Disc 230 mm Disc
BRAKES Rear – Pulsar 150 Single Disc 130 mm Drum
Wheelbase – 1352 mm
Seat Height – 790 mm
Ground clearance – 165 mm
Kerb Weight – 140 kg
Seat Type – Pulsar 150 Twin Disc – Split
Seat Type – Pulsar 150 Single Disc – Single Continuous
Handlebar Pulsar 150 Twin Disc – Clip-On
Handlebar Pulsar 150 Single Disc – Single Tubular
Console Features – Gear indicator, Clock, Distance-to-empty indicator Headlamp – Bi-functional LED projector headlamp with LED pilot lamp
Tail Lamp – LED Tail lamp with Glitter pattern
Mobile Charger- USB connectivity
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