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Bajaj Launches the All-New Pulsar N150: Specs, Features, and Price
- Bajaj Pulsar N150 Launched at Rs. 1,17,134 (ex-showroom, Delhi) to attract budget-conscious riders.
- Equipped with a 149.6cc engine producing 14.5bhp and 13.5Nm of torque.
- Gets 31mm front telescopic forks, twin rear shocks, 260mm front disc, and 130mm rear drum for reliable handling and braking.
Bajaj Auto has introduced its latest addition to the Pulsar family, the Pulsar N150, in the Indian market. Positioned as the third 150cc bike in the Pulsar series, standing alongside the P150 and the Pulsar 150, this new offering boasts impressive features and an attractive price point. In this article, we’ll delve into the key details of the Pulsar N150.
Stylish Design Inspired by the N160
The Pulsar N150 draws design inspiration from its larger sibling, the N160. It showcases a futuristic headlight with a central LED projector and two LED DRLs on either side. The chiselled fuel tank and its extensions are reminiscent of the N160, giving it a sporty and muscular appearance. Notably, the N150 opts for a single-piece seat instead of a split design.
The N150 comes equipped with a semi-digital instrument console featuring an LCD display. This console includes an analogue tachometer and a digital section displaying essential information such as speedometer readings, tripmeter, and odometer. While it maintains a basic setup, it covers all the necessary readings for riders. Safety features comprise single-channel ABS and a side-stand cut-off sensor.
Impressive Power and Performance
Under the hood, the Pulsar N150 houses a 149.6cc single-cylinder engine capable of delivering 14.5bhp at 8,500rpm and 13.5Nm of torque at 6,000rpm. These power figures align with those of the Pulsar P150. The engine is paired with a five-speed gearbox, ensuring a smooth and responsive riding experience.
Solid Hardware Configuration
The N150 features a robust hardware setup, with 31mm front telescopic forks and twin rear shocks for optimal handling and comfort. Braking is handled by a 260mm front disc and a 130mm rear drum unit, ensuring reliable stopping power. The bike rides on 17-inch alloy wheels, wrapped in MRF tires (90/90 front and 120/70 rear).
Competitive Pricing and Color Options
Bajaj has positioned the Pulsar N150 at an attractive price point of Rs. 1,17,134 (ex-showroom, Delhi). It is available in three eye-catching colour options: Racing Red, Ebony Black, and Metallic Pearl White. The N150 faces competition from models such as the TVS Apache RTR 160 4V, Suzuki Gixxer, and the Hero Xtreme 160R.
Replacing the P150 with Style and Efficiency
The Pulsar N150, based on the Pulsar P150 platform, inherits the muscular and sporty aesthetics of the N160. Bajaj aims to address the lukewarm reception of the P150, attributed to its slim and sleek design, by offering a more appealing package. The N150 not only showcases a more aggressive appearance but also boasts an efficient engine, making it a promising contender in the market.
With its competitive pricing and a range of features, the Pulsar N150 is poised to make a strong impact and carve its niche among motorcycle enthusiasts. Bajaj’s strategic move to replace the P150 with this new offering is expected to rejuvenate interest in the Pulsar lineup.
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