It has been for over 12 years that the Bajaj Pulsar has hogged market space. Commencing with 150cc and 180cc bikes, Bajaj Auto has since introduced the Pulsar 220 and 200NS along with smaller 135 LS in this segment.
In order to broaden their Pulsar brand portfolio even further, Bajaj is working on two new variants, Pulsar 150 NS and Pulsar 180 NS. Both were spotted testing together earlier this year in Pune by Rush Lane reader.
Recently, Bajaj 150 NS was spotted in Lonavala. Sharing a number of details with 200 NS, the biggest update 150 NS is set to receive is the introduction of a rear monoshock suspension. The 150 NS also gets kick start and single elongated seating. The bike on test sported a 100/90 section Eurogrip rear tyre as also seen on Pulsar 150, with a foot-rest similar to that on the Pulsar 135 LS.
Comparing the 150 NS with the current 150cc in circulation, the upcoming 150NS is expected to supersede where agility, lighter weight and fuel efficiency levels are concerned. Sporting a 149cc four stroke, air cooled, single cylinder engine with DTS-I technology, the 150 NS is slated to be the most advanced bike in its segment.