The redesigned Pulsar P150 has been introduced in the nation by domestic two-wheeler producer Bajaj Auto, with an opening cost of Rs 1.17 lakh (ex-showroom). The motorbike is offered in two variations: Single Disc Single Seat and Twin Disc Split Seat, each costing Rs. 1.17 lakh and Rs. 1.20 lakh, correspondingly. The modern Bajaj N160 and the Pulsar 150 are next to the new Bajaj Pulsar P150. The motorbike competes with the Hero XTreme 160R, TVS Apache RTR 160 2V, and Yamaha FZ-FI.
BAJAJ PULSAR P150 SPECS
An air-cooled, 149cc turboprop propels the redesigned Pulsar P150 to a 5-speed transmission. At 8,500 rpm, this turbine produces 14.5 bhp, and at 6,000 rpm, it delivers 13.5 nm of maximum horsepower. A Kickstarter is also included with the motorbike. It is 140 kg heavy and has a 14-litre gasoline tank. The bike features a 790mm seat height and a 165mm ground clearance.
A 31mm extendable frontend fork and a mono-shock unit are used in the mechanical system. The new Bajaj Pulsar P150 has a 260mm frontal disc and a 230mm rear disc for braking purposes. A 130mm drum is included with the single disc version at the back. A single-channel ABS is included with the motorbike as default.
The splitting seating version has clip-on grips and rear disc braking, while the single-seat version has a shock absorbers brake and a tubular crossbar. The motorbike has 17-inch alloy wheels up front and 100/90- and 80/100-section tyres in the back. The front and rear tyres of the twin disc model are 90/90 and 110/90, respectively.
A semi-digital indicator layout from the Pulsar N160 is installed on the new Bajaj Pulsar P150. This monitoring panel contains a distance indication and a gear positioning display. The motorbike has an all-LED luminaire with LED indicators, daytime navigation lights, and projection headlights. Additionally, a USB charging port is included. Racing Red, Caribbean Blue, Ebony Black Red, Ebony Black Blue, and Ebony Black White are the 5 colour possibilities for the new Pulsar P150.