With Bajaj Auto teasing the new Pulsar 150 earlier this week, the bike has now been launched in India. First, the bike was seen in a red and black colour scheme, and not it has been seen in a blue and white scheme, same colour scheme which has also been spotted with the 2017 Pulsar 220F.
The new Bajaj Pulsar 150 is the exact same bike as before. It does not get anything new, except for new dual tone colour scheme and the matte black finish on the engine. No rear disc brakes, no BSIV, and no NS option.
Powered by a 4-stroke, DTS-i, air cooled, single cylinder 149 cc engine which delivers peak power of 15.06 PS @ 9000 and peak torque of 12.5 Nm @ 6500, the new Pulsar 150 gets telescopic front suspension with 5 way adjustable, Nitrox shock absorber at the rear.
Brakes in the front is a 240 mm Disc while at the rear is a 130 mm drum. Tyre (MRF tubeless) in the front is 2.75 x 17 while at the rear you get 100/90 x 17, wrapped around matte black, six spoke alloys. Fuel tank size remains same as before – 15 liters. Headlight cluster includes 35/35 W halogen with 2 pilot lamps.
Speaking about dimensions, new Pulsar 150 stands 2055 mm long, 755 mm wide, 1060 mm tall, and has a ground clearance of 165 mm. It has a wheelbase of 1320 mm and a kerb weight of 144 mm.
As per Dino, the bike feels much better to ride than ever before. The clutch is lighter, seat is softer and offers a better comfort. Overall, the new Pulsar 150 is much more refined than old 150. More details will be revealed once the bike is officially launched.
Head to Dino’s Vault on YouTube for the full video.