New colour schemes are red black, silver-grey black and blue black, part decal and part paint. This colouring pattern is now seen in all bikes in Pulsar range including Pulsar 220, Pulsar 200 NS, Pulsar 180, Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 135 LS.
Pulsar series of bikes have been in market for a very long time and much of change is not made to its physical characteristics. With new bikes like Yamaha FZ & FZ-S version 2.0 and upcoming Suzuki Gixxer 155 attracting young audience, Bajaj’s move to make its line-up more appealing is limited to splashing colours over them, for now.Upcoming Bajaj Pulsar 150 NS and 200 SS were spied testing recently. Former is expected to launch soon, while latter will be pushed for early 2015 launch. Pulsar 150 NS closely resembles 200 NS in terms of design and dimensions. A number of parts could be taken from 200 NS, chiefly the rear mono shock, while single unit long seat remains on 150 cc Pulsar. Test mule that was spotted hosted 100/90 section Eurogrip tyre at its rear as seen on regular Pulsar 150. Foot rest / pegs were similar to those equipped in Pulsar 135 LS.