Bajaj launches Pulsar N150 at competitive ₹1.18 lakh price point

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Bajaj launches Pulsar N150 at competitive ₹1.18 lakh price point (Image:
Bajaj launches Pulsar N150 at competitive ₹1.18 lakh price point (Image:

Delhi : Bajaj Auto has been gradually updating its Pulsar lineup. Its product line now includes the P150, N160, N250, and F250. As a more aggressive version of the Pulsar P150, the OEM has now introduced the Pulsar N150. The Pulsar N150 is available from the business for Rs. 11,17,677 (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Features of the Bajaj Pulsar N150 design

The design of the motorcycle has undergone the most significant change from the OEM. The aggressive LED projector headlamp on the Pulsar N150 looks like an improved version of the classic wolf-eye headlamp seen on the older series of Pulsars, drawing design cues from the Pulsar N160. The waist looks sleek and fashionable in contrast to the strong fuel tank.

The motorcycle's graphic design is a visual delight for the eyes, with sharp color breaks and contrasting finishing. There are three color choices available: Racing Red, Ebony Black, and Metallic Pearl White. It gains a step seat with contours, a sportier exhaust system, and floating body panels. Its rear tires, which are bigger and have a 120 cross section, give riders a respectable amount of stability and traction. Compared to the N160, the bike weights seven kilos less.

Highlights of the Bajaj Pulsar N150's performance

The same 149.68 cc, four-stroke, single cylinder-FI, air-cooled engine that powers the Pulsar N150 produces 14.5 Ps of maximum power and 13.5 Nm of peak torque. There is a five-speed gearbox in use. Telescopic units in the front and a mono-shock unit in the back handle the suspension work. The front 240 mm disc with single-channel ABS and the rear 130 mm drum are responsible for braking, making it easy to navigate on difficult roads.

According to Bajaj Auto, the bike would have a fuel efficiency of 45 to 50 km per liter, which is comparable to the existing Pulsar 150. The rider wouldn't need to utilize the transmission very often because the engine is tuned for low-end oomph. The Pulsar N150 receives a speedometer, digital instrument cluster from the N160, and a USB connector on the fuel tank as features.