Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon-collection editions have been introduced in India. The oldest Pulsar gets 3 neon colour options, going along with the regular colour options. Introduction of colours has not increased the prices, which start at Rs 64,998.
The neon collection Pulsar comes in Neon Red, Neon Yellow (with Matt Black Paint) and Neon Silver colours. Each colour gets the same colour accents on coordinated headlamp eyebrows, Pulsar logo, side-panel mesh and alloy grab rail. Mild accents are also seen on the rims and 3D logo as well.
Other colour options on the Bajaj Pulsar 150 include Chrome Black, Laser Black, Dyno Red and Nuclear Blue. Along with the colours, the bike also gets various decals that contrast with the other colours.
Mechanically, Bajaj Pulsar 150 continues with the same engine setup. It gets the 149cc air-cooled DTS-i engine, that has been carried over from years. The engine produces 14 BHP and 13.4 Nm of peak torque. For transmission purposes, it uses a 5-speed gearbox.
Mileage is one thing where Bajaj excels and such is the case with Pulsar 150. The bike offers a mileage of over than 50 kmpl. With a fuel tank capacity of 15 Litres, its total riding range is between 700-750 kms on the full tank.
Pulsar 150 comes with Telescopic forks with anti-friction bush at the front and 5 way adjustable, Nitrox shock absorber at the back.
Braking comes from a 240mm disc up front and 130mm drum brakes at the back. Twin-Disc variant gets front and rear disc brakes, however without ABS. There are reports and some photos suggesting that Pulsar 150 will soon get ABS equipment. As per the photos, the bike gets a dual-channel ABS setup, instead of a single unit.
Just like the earlier times, Bajaj Pulsar 150 severely lacks on features. It comes with Updated Heat Shield for the silencer, Always-on Headlamp, LED Taillight, Back-lit Switchgear, Digital Speedometer, Clip-on Style Handlebar, Gear-shift Indicator and Tank-pad.
The prices of Pulsar 150 commence at Rs 64,998 going up to Rs 80,746 for the Twin-Disc variant (ex-showroom).
It continues to compete with Suzuki Gixxer, TVS Apache RTR 160, Honda X-Blade and Yamaha SZ-S. Being one of the oldest in the production, it still has an edge over its competitors.
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