Bajaj Auto is a leading motorcycle manufacturer in India thanks to its wide product range.
On top of this, all Bajaj Bikes are known for their durability, fuel efficiency and low ownership costs.
This post, however, will focus on the Pulsar 150. The following sections will shine a light on some aspects of the Pulsar 150 that make it a best-seller.
Here goes –
How does the bike perform when one twists the throttle?
The engine of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is a time-tested performer. The power delivery of the 150 CC, air-cooled, fuel-injected, single-cylinder engine is linear.
The current iteration of the engine comes with a power and torque mapping of 15 bhp (peak) and 12 Nm (peak) respectively. The engine is paired with a smooth-shifting 5-speed transmission.
What is the overall suspension setting for this bike like?
The suspension setup of the motorcycle is set at the medium setting. It means that the suspensions offer the best of both performance and comfort. The front telescopic fork suspension unit on the bike now comes with a longer travel factor. The two rear suspensions are gas-charged and preload-adjustable.
How is the overall braking performance of the bike?
All three variants of the fabled Pulsar 150 are paired with a single-channel ABS for the front wheel disc brake. The top-end trim entails twin disc brakes + single-channel ABS for both the front and rear brake rotors. Whichever trim one picks, one can rest assured as the braking performance of the bike inspires confidence.
How does the bike behave on the road?
Bajaj has been perfecting the 150 CC Pulsar for decades. Hence, it is no surprise that it is one of the most ‘well-behaved’ motorcycles one can buy today! The latest iteration of the 150 CC Pulsar has a tweaked-out chassis. The revised chassis allows one to manoeuvre the bike seamlessly in urban and rural settings. Furthermore, at cruising speeds on highways and on fast corners, the bike remains planted on the road.
What is the riding stance of the bike like?
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 is positioned as a sporty commuter bike. Hence, it is natural for the motorcycle to have a semi-sporty riding stance.
The slightly rear-set footrests on the bike keep the rider in a semi-aggressive stance. The semi-aggressive stance allows riders to commute in the city and on the highways for a long time without getting backaches. The well-positioned handlebar and well-padded, spacious and contoured seats allow one to have a comfortable ride every time.
What are the available features of the bike?
The 150 CC Pulsar is a back-to-basic-biking motorcycle. Unlike its rivals, the 150 CC bike is devoid of fancy and unnecessary features.
The OEM standard fitment consists of the following –
- An analogue tachometer
- A medium-sized digital screen flanking the analogue tachometer where the speedometer and ride-related information are displayed.
- The digital screen also displays twin trip meters, the fuel gauge, etc.
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What are the available colour schemes for the bike?
Bajaj Auto offers 150 CC Pulsar in several colour schemes. The names of the available colour schemes are mentioned below.
- Lime Green
- Sparkle Black Red
- Sapphire Blue
- Sparkle Black Blue
- Sparkle Black Silver
- Sapphire Black Blue
- Sparkle Black Red and
- Sparkle Black Silver.
Is it worth buying the 150 CC Pulsar?
Yes. In this day and age of tech-packed, computer-controlled motorcycles, the neo-classic 150 CC Pulsar is a bargain on two wheels! It is competitively priced. It is fuel-efficient. It is a great performer and it entails low maintenance costs. Hence, if one is looking for a 150 CC, no-fuss motorcycle, one should choose the 150 CC Pulsar.