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Bajaj Pulsar 150 Price in Jajpur Road

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Bajaj Pulsar 150 Single Disc

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Pulsar 150

Variant
Single Disc
City
Jajpur Road

Bajaj Pulsar 150 On Road Price in Jajpur Road

Ex-showroom₹ 1,10,752
RTO₹ 8,145
Insurance (Comprehensive)₹ 6,682
On Road Price in Jajpur Road
₹ 1,25,579
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Bajaj Pulsar 150 On Road Price List in Jajpur Road (Variants)

Bajaj Pulsar 150 price in Jajpur Road starts from ₹ 1,25,579. Pulsar 150 is available in India in 3 versions & 10 colors. The top end variant of Pulsar 150 is priced in Jajpur Road at ₹ 1,30,971 (on road price, Jajpur Road). Bajaj Pulsar 150 is available for sale at 1 Bajaj showroom in Jajpur Road. Pulsar 150 is also available on EMI option with EMI starting from ₹ 4,308 in Jajpur Road. Top alternatives of Bajaj Pulsar 150 are Honda Unicorn, TVS Apache RTR 160 & Bajaj Pulsar N150 with price in Jajpur Road starting from ₹ 1,10,529, ₹ 1,21,420 & ₹ 1,18,701 respectively.
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Pulsar 150 Single Disc
₹ 1,25,579
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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Pulsar 150 Single Disc - Bluetooth
₹ 1,28,004
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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Pulsar 150 Twin Disc
₹ 1,30,971
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Disc Brakes, Alloy Wheels
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Bajaj Pulsar 150 User Reviews Near Jajpur Road

4.5/5

(3975 Ratings) 1322 Reviews

4

Visual Appeal


4

Reliability


4

Performance


4

Comfort


4

Service Experience

4

Value for Money


4

Maintenance cost


4

Extra Features

Bike experience

3 weeks ago


Syed Harish

Buying ExperienceThe buying experience of the Pulsar 150 is generally smooth due to Bajaj's extensive dealership network across India. Here’s what potential buyers can expect:Availability: Easily available at most Bajaj showrooms with various financing options.Price: Competitive pricing within the 150cc segment, often with seasonal discounts or offers.Test Ride: Most dealerships offer test rides, allowing buyers to experience the bike before making a purchase.Documentation: Quick processing of documentation, including insurance, registration, and financing.2. Riding ExperienceThe Pulsar 150 offers a comfortable and enjoyable riding experience for both city commuting and occasional highway rides:Ergonomics: Upright seating position, well-padded seat, and easy-to-reach handlebars make for a comfortable ride.Handling: The bike is known for its stable handling and responsive steering, making it suitable for navigating through city traffic.Suspension: Telescopic front forks and rear twin shock absorbers provide a smooth ride over uneven surfaces.Braking: Equipped with disc brakes at the front and drum brakes at the rear (with optional ABS), offering good stopping power.3. Details about Looks and PerformanceDesign: The Pulsar 150 sports a muscular and aggressive design with stylish decals, a sharp headlamp, and a sporty fuel tank.Engine: Powered by a 149.5cc, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine producing around 14 PS of power and 13.4 Nm of torque.Mileage: Offers a mileage of approximately 45-50 kmpl, depending on riding conditions.Top Speed: Can reach a top speed of around 110-115 km/h.Features: Includes a semi-digital instrument cluster, LED tail lamps, and alloy wheels.4. Servicing and MaintenanceService Centers: Wide network of authorized service centers ensures easy access to servicing and genuine parts.Maintenance Cost: Relatively low maintenance costs compared to other bikes in the same segment.Service Intervals: Regular servicing every 3,000-5,000 km is recommended to keep the bike in good condition.Common Issues: Some owners report minor issues like chain noise or clutch adjustments, which are easily fixable during regular servicing.5. Pros and ConsPros:Performance: Good balance of power and efficiency.Comfort: Comfortable seating and ride quality.Design: Sporty and appealing design.Maintenance: Low maintenance costs and easy availability of parts.Resale Value: Strong resale value due to its popularity and brand reputation.Cons:Vibrations: Some riders report vibrations at higher speeds.Features: Lacks some modern features found in newer bikes (e.g., full digital console, LED headlights).Weight: Slightly heavier compared to some competitors, which may affect maneuverability for some riders.In conclusion, the Bajaj Pulsar 150cc remains a solid choice for riders looking for a reliable, stylish, and well-performing motorcycle within the 150cc segment. Its blend of affordability, performance, and ease of maintenance continues to make it a popular choice among Indian motorcyclists.

Rating Parameters

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5

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


5

Comfort


4

Service Experience


5

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

> 1 yr

Ridden for

> 15000 kms

Tips for other riders

Engine Oil:Change the engine oil every 3,000-4,000 km.Check oil levels regularly and top up if necessary.Use the recommended grade of oil specified in the owner’s manual.Air Filter:Clean the air filter every 5,000 km.Replace it every 15,000-20,000 km or as recommended in the service manual.Spark Plug:Check the spark plug every 5,000 km.Clean or replace it as needed to ensure proper ignition and fuel efficiency.Brake Maintenance:Inspect brake pads every 5,000 km and replace them if worn out.Check brake fluid levels and top up or replace as necessary.Ensure that the brakes are properly adjusted for effective stopping power.Chain Lubrication and Adjustment:Lubricate the chain every 500-700 km using proper chain lube.Adjust chain tension every 1,000 km to avoid slack or excessive tightness.Tyre Maintenance:Check tyre pressure weekly and maintain the recommended pressure levels.Inspect tyres for wear and tear; replace them if the tread is worn out.Ensure proper wheel alignment and balance to prevent uneven tyre wear.

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The complete truth

2 years ago


Anurudra Jena

I'm posting this review after riding my pulsar150 twin disc bs-vi for about 6000kms aver a timespan of 5-6months. I ride it for about a 100kms on an alternate day basis. I've completed 2 services of the bike, each time the engine oil was drained and refilled with new. So i have ridden it with well maintained conditions.
And after that i am stating that the engine is running really fine and residing upon that fact i'm gonna write down unbiased pros and cons that i faced within my time of riding it.
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Pros:
1- great looks ! : even after 20 years of launching it, Bajaj hasn't changed the base design of the bike. Of course there have been some major graphics and look changes over the past decade, but the masculine charisma of the bike still remains the same. The metal tank, sturdy & long wheelbase, and the iconic headlamps gives me the same macho appeal matching my character. Bajaj wasn't wrong when tag lined the pulsar name with "definitely male".
2- engine refinement : although we've heard people complaining about the pulsar's engine being rough and making noises, but i do know some people who boast about the refinement and smoothness of the bike. Let me tell you a secret; pulsar requires maintenance just like any other bike. But some people take their chances of skipping over the service periods, or not refilling the engine oil once after every 10000 kms. It is a pro for me, because as much as i know, these bikes do go on for a long period of time and kilometers only if maintained properly. I usually refill the engine oil upon every service period and clean-lube the chain after every 600-800 kms of riding.
3- comfort - riding the pulsar for 100 kms 3 days in a week for 4 months and also after a long ride of 1000 kms, i can proudly say that this is a very comfortable bike for everyday commute. The forward leaning seating posture, the riding stance and well above-average working dual shock absorbers gives you a very good grip on the asphalt.
So far i haven't witnessed any comfort issues from my side, but those who like to ride in a relaxed posture(rather than slightly sporty leaning posture), I'd suggest then to test ride a pulsar for at least 10-20kms before making a choice. Although the seats could have been a little stiffer which could be a help during long rides. But for daily commute, its very comfortable. No back, wrist or shoulder pains at all. Very minimal and un-noticeable vibrations and no stress points.
4- power and fuel economy : considering both power and fuel economy are inversely proportional, bajaj has mastered both of those in the new bs-vi pulsars. Although power figures have dropped down after having fuel injected system, you don't get that punchy pickup, but what you get is certainly good enough to cruise on highways and overtake heavy vehicles without doubting the circumstances. All that and you get a mileage of 50-55 km/l in cities and 60 km/l on highways while maintaining steady speeds of 60-70kmph. But if you want more power, skip the pulsar 180 and definitely do for 220-f which shall give you about 40 km/l on highways.
5- all other factors : after all the things i wrote above, there are these subtle non-descriptive things which i like, and those maybe; the very bright halogen bulb or the dual honks which make your road presence undoubtful. The new meter console is very informative, yet still lacks gear count indicator and clock (ps: if you know how you ride, then you know which gear is your bike running on and reduction of the clock saves battery). Besides all, the braking is perfectly fine with the single channel abs. Although bajaj could have been grateful enough to feature dual channel abs like most other manufacturers, but the way i ride it, i think its manageable with single channel. The 15 liter tank is a huge pro considering the fact that you don't have to stop at short distances to refuel.(ps- it actually occupies 16-17 liter of fuel and the range goes up to 900kms)
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Cons:
1- not that good weight balancing: I've ridden dukes and apaches which are fairly heavier than the pulsar, but those bikes feel really light. Comparing to those, my pulsar feels like a royal enfield. In my opinion bajaj has been making these with the same old designed chasses and frame with the same engine placement, which results in making the bikes feel heavy and dense even when they're not. I'm a perfectly fit and healthy person and sometimes i feel maneuvering an apache or duke in a parking lot or traffic is easier than the pulsar.
2- shifting : its been about 5 months and 6000kms of riding the bike and i still feel the gears are lagging and rough. Before the 2nd service there were mis-shifts and fail-shifts which vanished after loosening the totally tight clutch and giving it a free-play of 10mm, but i still experience lags while shifting from 4th to 5th gear. The service engineers say that it'll get smooth within a year and even i hope so. I wish bajaj works upon this in their upcoming new-gen pulsars.
3- material quality and paint finishes : i have got the "sparkle matte black" version and over the time i'm noticing that the roughness of the matte-finish of the paint getting smooth at the tank grip position due to grabbing the tank with my knees and thighs. Also the rear seat cowl and tail lamp section had started to make noises while riding, which i had to get tightened.
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That's all my folks ! many people might complain about many things about the bike but so far I've given my insights on what I've experienced and observed. This might be the perfect bike for many people, lets say daily work commuters, students like me, or anyone with an appeal towards strong and everlasting pulsars. Looking into the standards which other bikes in the range offer, bajaj is finally going to make a complete redesign of the pulsar 150s right after launching pulsar 250s which might highlight fiber tanks and and better weight balancing. But the present pulsar 150 bs-vi is and always will be the base and fundamental deign idea behind the classic name and legendary attitude of the "manias" riding it.
This review might have got long, and over the time I'll keep it updated, but for now i've tried keeping it short while providing as much details as possible. And all that is worth writing for the bike.
Ride safe !!!

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Used it for

Everything

Owned for

3-6 months

Ridden for

5000-10000 kms

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10 weeks ago


Gokul Dandasena

My friend suggested this bike as he has been using it since 2010. The buying experience is very good at first look I like the bike very much. It is very comfortable to ride in a long tour it is very comfortable. This looks amazing especially the black and red color combination. Performance is very good servicing cost is low and easy to maintain.

Rating Parameters

(out of 5)

5

Visual Appeal


5

Reliability


5

Comfort


5

Service Experience


4

Value for Money

About the Reviewer

Used it for

Daily Commute

Owned for

> 1 yr

Ridden for

5000-10000 kms

Tips for other riders

Change engine oil regularly

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Jajpur (Orissa)₹ 1,28,548
Mangalpur₹ 1,28,548
Chandikhol₹ 1,25,579
Bhuban₹ 1,28,548
Bhadrak₹ 1,25,579
Salipur₹ 1,28,548
Kendrapara₹ 1,28,548
Cuttack₹ 1,25,579
Kandarpur₹ 1,28,548
Pattamundai₹ 1,28,548
Dhankal₹ 1,28,548
Dhenkanal₹ 1,25,579

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Q: What is the on road price of Bajaj Pulsar 150 in Jajpur Road?
The on road price of Bajaj Pulsar 150 in Jajpur Road is ₹ 1,25,579. This includes RTO charges of ₹ 8,145 and insurance cost of ₹ 6,682.

Q: What will be the monthly EMI for Bajaj Pulsar 150?
For a down payment of ₹ 6,279 and interest rate of 10%, EMI for Bajaj Pulsar 150 will be ₹ 4,308 to be paid monthly for a tenure of 3 years.

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Bajaj Pulsar 150 mileage

Bajaj Pulsar 150 mileage

The average of the Pulsar 150 is 47 kmpl, as per the owners of the bike.

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