The all-new Bajaj Pulsar N150 is now available for purchase in India at a price of Rs 1.18 lakh (ex-showroom). It is the third 150cc motorbike in the Pulsar lineup and goes up against models like the Hero Xtreme 160R, the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, and the Suzuki Gixxer. The new 150cc platform-based bike comes in three colour options—Racing Red, Ebony Black, and Metallic Pearl White—and includes a semi-digital instrument console with an LCD screen, an LED headlight arrangement, and other amenities. If you intend to purchase this brand-new model of the renowned Bajaj Pulsar series, then here is everything you need to know.
Bajaj Pulsar N150: Styling
The new bike draws inspiration from the Pulsar N160 and features a bright LED projector headlamp. It has a sturdy fuel tank that contrasts with a refined, slim waist section. The waist section flows into a sculpted step seat, creating an impressive silhouette. Other notable features include an underbelly exhaust, a USB connector, and a semi-digital instrument console with an LCD screen.
Bajaj Pulsar N150: Engine and Hardware
Coming to the heart, the N150 is powered by a 149.6cc single-cylinder motor that cranks out 13.5Nm of maximum torque at 6,000rpm and 14.5bhp of maximum power at 8,500rpm. For transmission purposes, the engine employs a five-speed gearbox. The suspension is handled by 31mm front telescopic forks and dual rear shocks, and braking duties are carried out by a 260mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum unit. The all-new Pulsar motorcycle rolls on 17-inch alloy wheels that are shod with MRF 90/90 front and 120/70 rear tyres, respectively.
Bajaj Pulsar N150: Features, Price and Rivals
The N150 has a single-channel ABS, an LED headlamp, a semi-digital instrument panel, and a side-stand cut-off sensor. It carries a price tag of Rs 1.18 lakh (ex-showroom) in India and sits below the Pulsar N160 in the automaker's range. In terms of market competition, the two-wheeler competes against the Suzuki Gixxer, the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, and the Hero Xtreme 160R.