Fresh spy pics of Bajaj Pulsar 150 Special Edition shows minor visual changes. The 150cc bike currently comes with a single disc as standard and rear disc as optional.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is one of the best sellers in its segment and also in Bajaj’s lineup. The never-ending model has been a consistent hit right from its launch in the early 2000s. Since the first generation, the Pulsar 150 has not received any major design upgrade or such. However, over the year, 150cc Pulsar has seen many feature additions. Based on the previous spy pics, we got an idea that it will come with ABS soon. Here is a fresh spy pic which shows a couple of Pulsar 150s lineup in a dealership with some visible visual upgrades. Read more about the Pulsar 150 here.
The spotted model gets red accents on the domed cowl, Pulsar logo, centre panel, wheel rims and the grab rail. A fresh ‘150’ Red logo is also seen on this model. Other than that, there are no changes visible.
The spied photo does not include the braking part of the Bajaj Pulsar 150. So, we don’t get to know if it is equipped with ABS or not. The safety norms kick in from April 2019, and as per the rules, every two-wheeler above 125cc should have ABS setup compulsorily. So, by the next 4-5 months, it will be equipped with ABS.
The new Bajaj Pulsar 150 will receive a host of design upgrades and some feature additions. It might receive a new set of graphics, new colours and a colour-contrasting underbelly pan. Feature additions might include a better headlamp, dual-channel ABS setup, LED tail lights and probably some revisions to the instrument cluster.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 comes with a 149cc air-cooled DTSi engine. The engine taps out 14 BHP and 13.4 Nm of peak torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox. The mileage approximated on this bike is around 55 kmpl.
Recently, we reported that Bajaj Auto is planning to upgrade the Platina, Avenger series and Pulsar series for the future. The brand has specifically mentioned their plans to upgrade the Pulsar 150 Classic, which is the cheapest Pulsar. However, the rear disc variant, which is more popular, sells better than the 150 Classic.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 comes in three variants – Classic, STD and Rear Disc. The range starts from Rs 64,998 going up to Rs 79,514 (ex-showroom prices Delhi).