The Pulsar N150 has just been launched in our market to be positioned above the P150 and below the N160.
This is the first acceleration and top speed test of the new Bajaj Pulsar N150. While this motorcycle is primarily intended for commuting, it incorporates sporty design elements. Its inspiration comes from the N160, which currently dominates the market with a 45% market share. The N150 is available in three attractive colours – Metallic Pearl White, Ebony Black, and Racing Red, and there are plans to introduce a sky blue colour option in the future. Now, let’s delve into the specifics of the acceleration and top speed of this bike.
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Bajaj Pulsar N150 Acceleration and Top Speed Test
This video comes from K2K Motovlogs on YouTube. The YouTuber is riding the new bike to test its performance in real-world conditions. For the first phase, he tests the 0-60 km/h sprint time of the bike. It comes out to be 4.82 secs and 4.50 secs for the first and second time respectively. Similarly, the vlogger records a time of 15.09 secs in which the bike reaches 100 km/h from a standstill. Thereafter, he tests the top speed of the motorcycle in each gear. This informs how the bike would perform when each gear is pushed to its limits.
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He was able to achieve a top speed of 38 km/h in first gear. For the second gear, he was able to hit 64 km/h. Interestingly, he hit 85 km/h top speed in third gear which is quite impressive. The fourth gear pushed the bike to a top speed of 106 km/h. Since he was on the busy streets of the city, he was not able to get an empty stretch of roads to test the absolute top speed in the 5th and 6th gears. But he was impressed with the overall performance of the bike in terms of riding dynamics, as well as comfort.
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The Bajaj Pulsar N150 has a robust 149.68-cc four-stroke, air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine that produces a healthy output of 14.5 PS of power and 13.5 Nm of torque at its peak. It offers a 5-speed manual transmission. The bike’s suspension duties are efficiently handled by a telescopic unit at the front and a monoshock at the rear, providing 27% more wheel travel compared to its predecessor. Notably, the front tyre is a 90-section, while the rear tyre is a wider 120-section. The N150 features a single-channel ABS system at the front and a drum brake at the rear. The front disc measures 260 mm, while the rear drum is 130 mm in size. Expectedly, this bike will deliver a fuel economy ranging from 45 to 50 km/l. It retails for Rs 1.17 lakh, ex-showroom.
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