Bajaj is a manufacturer of extremes. While on one hand it has a technologically advanced halo bike like the Dominar 400, the other end has rudimentary bikes like the CT100 which haven’t received any major update for quite some time. It is the latter kind of product which has turned out to be more popular among the masses, which has kept the ball rolling for Bajaj. The iconic Pulsar 150 is one of these.
The Pulsar 150 is the highest-selling 150cc motorcycle in the country. Despite being long in the tooth, the company sells around 35,000 Pulsar 150s every month. Being a staunch believer in the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” philosophy, Bajaj hasn’t introduced any major update for the bike for a long time now. So when the time came for Bajaj to update the range to meet BS IV norms, the company decided to go a step further and give the Pulsar 150 something more than a facelift. Now, apart from adhering to the new emission norms, the Pulsar 150 also gets a change in character.