As a result, bright looking new Pulsar 220F was launched earlier this month and in a couple of days joined Pulsar 180 right behind. Now, 180’s less powerful sibling, Pulsar 150 is also rolled out with same colour treatment.
Cocktail wine red, Sapphire blue, and Pearl metallic white are said dual tone colour patterns that Pulsar 150, 180 and 220F are now available in showrooms near you. As mentioned in earlier posts, this programme is strictly cosmetic and no changes are made to drivetrain or other functional components in all these bikes. We expect Pearl metallic white to come out as a crowd puller as Bajaj has not offered any shade of white in Pulsar badged bikes until this year. Rest of colours, blue and red remind us of earlier versions of monotone Pulsars.
Lets see if Bajaj’s strategic inexpensive plans to push out the stock pile works or not, with Pulsar 150NS and 180NS (Naked Sports) expected to launch soon. Bajaj is also working on extending Pulsar series of bikes with Pulsar 200 SS (Super Sports), Pulsar NS FI, Pulsar 400 CS (Cruiser Sports), and Pulsar 400 SS, expected to launch through next two years.