Earlier this month, Bajaj Auto began dispatching Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin disc variant to dealerships. A soft launch today confirms a price tag of Rs 78,016 /- (Ex Showroom – Delhi). The twin disc variant is available in addition to the single disc variant that has been a mainstay these last few years.
Something new – Alomgwith twin disc brakes, there’s focus on sharper and sportier styling. Pulsar 150 now has a new colour and design scheme as is the norm with refreshes. Split seats and split grab rails feature. The wheelbase is longer, and rear tyre is wider and bigger at 120mm. Wider front fork measures 37mm. Rear front disc measures 230 mm (best in class), and front disc at 260mm.
The new Pulsar 150 Twin disc also brings with it noise, vibration, and harshness (NVH) improvement. Available in 3 new colours exclusive to Pulsar 150 Twin disc, you can pick from Black Blue, Black Red and Black chrome, alongwith the existing colour range.
Something old – Bajaj Pulsar 150 Twin disc variant continues to be powered by the 149.5 cc DTS-i engine to returns 14 PS of power and 13.4 Nm of torque. Wolf eyed headlamp with twin pilot lamps remain unaltered. A 15 litre fuel tank, clip-on handlebar, pass switch, electric start, and engine kill switch are continued. The everyday commuter bike without disc brakes costs about 74k (ex sh Delhi).
Eric Vas, President Motorcycle Business said, “Pulsar 150 is India’s largest selling sports motorcycle in the category, it has always been synonymous to sportiness and masculine charm. While retaining the core, the new twin disc Pulsar 150 will offer contemporary option to motorcycle enthusiasts. The new Pulsar 150 twin disc is targeted at modern youth who gets comfort in performance & mileage of bike but is looking for a sportier option.”