Bajaj 150 NS spied on test sported a 100/90 section Ecogrip rear tyre which has also been doing duty on the current variant. Foot rest for pillion was also seen to be similar to that on board Pulsar 135LS while 150NS comes in with both kick start and electric ignition.
The model on test was also seen as a single seater with split grab rails and aluminum number plate holder. Added features on board Bajaj 150NS were its foot pegs, swing arm, crash guards, alloy wheels and instrument cluster, which are also some of the features shared with the 200 variant.
No engine specifications were noted which could be made known only once the Pulsar 150NS together with the Pulsar 180NS launch in a few months time. However, the current Pulsar 150 is powered by a 149cc, four stroke DTS-I air cooled engine offering 15.06 PS power at 9,000 rpm and peak torque of 12.5 Nm at 6,500 rpm while being mated to a five speed gearbox.
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