Bajaj Auto has launched the eagerly anticipated Pulsar N150 for the Indian market. The brand-new Pulsar N150 is interestingly comparable to a sportier version of the Pulsar P150. The bike is available for purchase across the country for an ex-showroom price tag of Rs 1.18 lakh. The new Pulsar from the Chakan-based manufacturer sits beneath the N160 in the firm's India lineup. It shares aesthetic influences with both of its elder siblings as well as the Pulsar P150. According to the manufacturer, the new Pulsar N150 will have a fuel efficiency of about 45 to 50km/l, which is similar to the previous Pulsar 150. The bikemaker is offering the motorcycle in a total of three colour options- Racing Red, Ebony Black, and Metallic Pearl White. As the bike comes in a single variant, all three paint jobs are available at the same price. Here's all that you need to know about the newly launched Pulsar N150.
Bajaj Pulsar N150: Design Details
The Pulsar N150 takes cues from the bigger Pulsar N160 in terms of styling. It has a headlight with two LED DRLs on each side and an LED projector in the centre that gives off a futuristic vibe. Next, the N160's sculpted fuel tank as well as its extensions have also been borrowed by the automaker for the new N150. An eye-catching profile is created by the contrast between the muscular tank and the elegant, contemporary waist section that continues to a contoured step seat. The front fairing, belly pan and front fender are floating body panels that complement the striking silhouette. The bike receives a single-piece seat as opposed to a split unit, though.
Bajaj Pulsar N150: Engine Specifications and Hardware
A 149.6cc single-cylinder engine churning out 14.5bhp of maximum power at 8,500rpm and 13.5Nm of peak torque at 6,000rpm powers the new Pulsar N150. These performance numbers match those of the Pulsar P150. The engine is coupled to a five-speed gearbox for transmission duties. The N150's suspension consists of 31mm front telescopic forks, twin rear shocks, as well as 260mm front disc and 130mm rear drum brakes. These are fitted on 17-inch alloy wheels with MRF 90/90 and 120/70 front and rear tyres.
Bajaj Pulsar N150: Features
The N150 features an LCD-equipped semi-digital instrument console in addition to an LED headlight arrangement. It comes with a digital inset for the speedometer, tripmeter, and odometer along with an analogue tachometer. The primary readings are the only ones included in the whole setup, which is fairly straightforward. A side-stand engine cut-off sensor and single-channel ABS make up the Pulsar N150's safety suite.
Bajaj Pulsar N150: Price
As mentioned earlier, the Pulsar N150 is available in three colour schemes from Bajaj, including Racing Red, Ebony Black, and Metallic Pearl White, and retails at Rs 1.18 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi). It competes with the Hero Xtreme 160R, the Suzuki Gixxer, and the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V.