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Since the year 2001, the bike is available in the Indian market. Till date, there have been ample number of advancements incorporated in the bike and helped it to make its presence felt in the market. This bike has been the debut bike from the Pulsar series that gave birth to models like Pulsar 135cc, 180cc, 200cc and 220cc. The 150cc Pulsar comes up with the following features:
* 149.01cc, 4-stroke, air cooled, single cylinder, Dtsi engine
* Incredible mileage of 64.1kmpl
* Housing of front Telescopic with anti-friction bush suspension and rear Nitrox shock absorber being five ways adjustable
* Front 240mm disc brake
* 5-spoke 17 inches Alloy Wheels in black color
The ultra famous and highly favoured Pulsar series received a new addition with the release of Bajaj New Pulsar 150cc Dtsi. It sports a stylish, sleek exterior and the all Black theme makes it look aggressive and mean. The ravishing black styling includes the shock absorbers, alloy wheels, and engine bearing an overall striking similarity with the Bajaj Pulsar 180. Bajaj Pulsar series has been steadily upgraded to feature digital instrument consoles hence Bajaj New Pulsar 150cc Dtsi is also equipped with the same and displays digital speedometer, odometer, low fuel warning, and fuel gauge. With ample stylish touches and features that include the smartened heel, toe levers, aerodynamic tank flaps, aggressive masked fairing with wolf eyed headlamps for great day night visibility, and the newly refined razor sharp tail adds to its distinctive appeal. The twin slashed bulb free tail lamp assembly means near-zero maintenance. The clip-on handle bar adds to the sporty look and the bigger carburettor ensures better throttle response.
The Bajaj New Pulsar 150cc Dtsi is powered by 150cc 4-stroke engine wherein, its patented Dtsi system develops maximum power of 15.06PS at 9000RPM with maximum torque of 12.5Nm at 6500RPM. The bike is fitted with a five-speed manual transmission gearbox. Supporting 90/90 x 17 tubeless tyre at the rear and 100/90 x 17 tubeless tyre at the front with 17-inch alloys, helps to have a stable and comfortable ride on a variety of road surfaces. The Pulsar 150 returns an average fuel mileage of 40-50kmpl on city roads and an average of up to 62kmpl on highways. Its petrol tank has a capacity of 15litres, with a reserve capacity of 2litres.
The Bajaj New Pulsar 150cc Dtsi provides a high quality ride due to its staunch shock absorbers, the suspension is designed to provide an insulated ride. Although it has a wide and comfortable seat, a split seat would have been sportier. For the safety measures, the Bajaj New Pulsar 150cc Dtsi is equipped with powerful 12volts, full DC front headlamp with 2 35/35 W pilot lamps for improved illumination during night. The front disc brake provides superior performance and greatly reduces the bike’s stopping distance to prevent accidents and collisions plus the wide leg guards help to protect the driver in the event of a fall. Therefore, riding and handling the new Bajaj 150 is more athletic and nimble compared to other bikes in the 150cc class. With a wheelbase of 1320mm and kerb weight of 143kg, and with vast improvements over the previous model that includes alluring design and enhanced performance, the Pulsar 150 is a superb ride for inner city commuters. With its four black shades- the Plasma Blue Cockpit, Wine Red, Misty Grey Silver, and Midnight Black, the Bajaj New 150cc is making a lot of heads to turn.