Bajaj Auto has rolled out a new member of its immensely popular Pulsar series in India, the Pulsar N150. This new entrant is being hailed as the sportier version of the existing Pulsar P150. With an ex-showroom price of ₹1,17,677, Bajaj aims to strengthen its foothold in the competitive two-wheeler market.
The Pulsar N150 is estimated to deliver a fuel efficiency of around 45-50 kilometers per liter, blending performance with economy.
Boasting a sharp LED projector headlamp, the bike comes with a USB port on the fuel tank and a speedometer. The new Pulsar has a contrasting finishing with piercing color brake, available in Racing Red, Metallic Pearl White, and Ebony Black.
It features an adjustable step seat, a smooth exhaust, and floating body panels. Weighing 7 kilograms less than the Pulsar N160, it brings forward a lighter yet robust frame. The front of the bike is equipped with a telescopic unit while the rear has a monoshock suspension, alongside a hefty fuel tank and a digital instrument cluster.
Engine and Performance:
The Pulsar N150 is powered by a 149.68cc, four-stroke engine with a single cylinder. This engine churns out 14.5 PS of power and 13.5 NM of torque. With a 240 mm disc with single-channel ABS in the front and a 130 mm drum brake at the rear, it’s set to compete against the likes of Yamaha FZ-S FI.
|Fuel Efficiency||45-50 km/l|
|Colors Available||Racing Red, Metallic Pearl White, Ebony Black|
|Engine||149.68cc, Four-Stroke, Single Cylinder|
|Power and Torque||14.5 PS and 13.5 NM|
|Front Brake||240 mm disc with single-channel ABS|
|Rear Brake||130 mm drum|
|Competitor||Yamaha FZ-S FI|
The Pulsar N150 is a testimony to Bajaj’s continued innovation in offering sporty and economically viable biking solutions to the Indian market.