Bajaj Pulsar N150 in India: Two wheels, Two colors, One thrilling ride
Delhi : The new Pulsar N150 was just introduced by Bajaj Auto in India, updating the company's product line. Although it has the same technical components as the Pulsar P150, Bajaj has given it a body that is almost equivalent to the Pulsar N160. Additionally, the N150 is available in two colors: Metallic Pearl White and Ebony Black. The latter is visually stronger with a white headlight cowl, fuel tank, and tail, whilst the former has a blacked-out motif all around with subtle red and grey accents.
A 149.68cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine with 14.3 bhp and 13.5 nm of torque and a five-speed transmission powers the Pulsar N150. It is supported by telescopic forks up front and a monoshock at the back and rides on 17-inch alloy wheels. A 260mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum are used for braking. Single-channel ABS is used to help braking as normal.
When it comes to the bike's design, the front end resembles both the N160 and N250 Pulsar models. The sculpted gasoline tank is complemented by pointed extensions, and the projector LED headlight is enclosed in an aggressive-looking cowl. It has a pointy underbelly cowl that enhances its menacing appearance. The single-piece seat and tubular handlebar promise to give a dynamic yet comfortable riding position in the sleek tail section.
The Bajaj Pulsar P150 now has an ex-showroom starting price of Rs. 1.17 lakh, while the Pulsar N160 does so at Rs. When it goes on sale soon, the new Bajaj Pulsar N150 should fetch a price premium of about Rs 5,000–7,000 over the P150 while maintaining a respectable distance from the larger N160.