Bajaj Pulsar P150 is a street bike available at a starting price of Rs. 1,16,691 in India. It is available in 2 variants and 10 colours with top variant price starting from Rs. 1,19,693. The Bajaj Pulsar P150 is powered by 149.68cc BS6 engine which develops a power of 14.29 bhp and a torque of 13.5 Nm. With front disc and rear drum brakes, Bajaj Pulsar P150 comes up with anti-locking braking system. This Pulsar P150 bike weighs 140 kg and has a fuel tank capacity of 14 liters.
Bajaj Auto has launched the Pulsar P150 in the Indian market to rival the likes of Yamaha FZ-Fi. This new Pulsar-series motorcycle has been launched in two variants – single disc and twin disc.
The base model, christened as the single disc variant, gets a disc brake at the front and a drum unit at the back, a single-piece seat, a flat handlebar, and a single-piece pillion grab rail. The more premium twin disc version, on the other hand, gets disc brakes on both wheels, a split-style seat, a clip-on-style handlebar, and a split-style pillion grab rail.
The Pulsar N250-inspired styling cues include a single-pod headlight with LED DRL, tinted visor, fuel tank shrouds, 3D Pulsar branding, an engine cowl, underbelly exhaust, and split-style LED taillight at the back. Bajaj Auto has launched this motorcycle in five colours – Racing Red, Caribbean Blue, Ebony Black Red, Ebony Black Blue, and Ebony Black White. All paint themes feature a colour-matched front fender, headlight mask, engine cowl, and rim stripes.
The feature list across the range includes a projector-LED headlight with an LED DRL, a semi-digital instrument cluster with an analogue tachometer, a USB charger located near the tank, and a single-channel ABS. The console also shows the gear position indicator and a distance to empty readout.
Both variants are powered by the same 149.68cc, single-cylinder engine that delivers 14.5bhp at 8,500rpm and 13.5Nm of peak torque at 6,000rpm. Bajaj Auto claims that 90 per cent of the torque is available across the usable RPM range.
The suspension hardware on both variants includes telescopic front forks and a preload-adjustable rear mono-shock. The base model uses a 260mm disc brake at the front and a 130mm drum unit at the back to handle the anchoring tasks. Meanwhile, the twin disc version gets a 260mm front rotor and a 230mm rear disc to handle the braking duties. The base model also gets a relatively slimmer tyre profile than the twin disc version.