- Powered by a 149.68cc engine
- Gets a front disc and rear drum brake
- Available in three paint schemes
Bajaj Auto has launched its newest two-wheeler offering in India, the Pulsar N150. It marks for the third 150cc bike in the Pulsar line alongside the P150 and the Pulsar 150. Here’s what we know about the new Pulsar N150.
What are the styling cues like for the new Pulsar N150?
The Pulsar N150 borrows its design elements from the larger Pulsar N160. It features a futuristic-looking headlight that comprises an LED projector at the centre and two LED DRLs on each side. Then, the chiselled fuel tank and its extensions too are borrowed from the N160. However, it gets a single piece seat instead of a split unit.
What features does the Pulsar N150 get?
Along with an LED headlight setup, the N150 gets a semi-digital instrument console with an LCD setup. It houses an analogue tachometer and a digital inset for the speedometer, tripmeter and odometer. The overall setup is quite basic and only consists of the essential readings. The Pulsar N150’s safety net comprises single-channel ABS and a side-stand cut-off sensor.
How much power does the N150 make?
The new Pulsar is propelled by a 149.6cc single-cylinder motor that makes 14.5bhp at 8,500rpm and 13.5Nm at 6,000rpm. These are the same output figures as the Pulsar P150. The engine is mated to a five-speed gearbox.
What is the hardware setup on the latest 150cc Pulsar?
The N150 rides on 31mm front telescopic forks and twin rear shocks, while its braking hardware comprises a 260mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum unit. These are mounted on 17-inch alloys wrapped in 90/90 front and 120/70 rear tyres from MRF.
What’s the asking price for the new Pulsar N150?
Bajaj has priced the new Pulsar N150 at Rs. 1,17,134 (ex-showroom, Delhi) and it’s offered in three colour options: Racing Red, Ebony Black and Metallic Pearl White. It rivals the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Suzuki Gixxer, and the Hero Xtreme 160R.