Bajaj Pulsar 150 has proven its mettle from last one decade, leading the 150cc segment with massive numbers. The Pulsar series registered 1,05,256 units in March 2019, posting 154% year-on-year sales growth for the 150cc variant in India. The other Pulsars had mixed growth rate, with 220F even registering slight downfall. Bajaj Pulsar 150 is available with Neon, a single disc, and dual disc variant. The motorcycle is available in multiple shades for every variant, with RS200 being the most expensive Pulsar of 2019.
Pulsar 150 Registers 154% Sales Growth
March 2018 vs March 2019
- March 2018: 32,709 units
- March 2019: 83,228 units
Bajaj Pulsar 150 is available with a single engine option, producing 14 HP and 13.4 Nm. The engine comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox. Pulsar 150 has posted impressive numbers in the past too as it single-handedly took over the entire Apache RTR 160 series. The motorcycle comes with a single 240mm disc in the base and standard variant while the Twin Disc variant comes with 260mm front and 230mm rear disc brake.
The front suspension and both the tires are also different on the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc. Also, all the variants now feature single-channel ABS. The heaviest variant is 144kg on the scale, allowing the rider to enjoy the best possible power-to-weight ratio for this segment. It rivals Honda Unicorn 150 and xBlade 160, leaving the second one behind by a huge margin. However, Unicorn is still selling in big numbers and it contributes a lot to the total Honda sales number. Pulsar 150 comes with 15-litres of fuel carrying capacity.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Specs
- Displacement – 149 cc
- Maximum Power – 14 HP @ 8000 rpm
- Maximum Torque – 13.4 Nm @ 6000 rpm
- Number of Cylinders – 1
- Number of Gears – 5
- Seat Height – 785 mm
- Ground Clearance – 165 mm
- Kerb/Wet Weight – 144 kg
- Fuel Tank Capacity – 15 litres
- Top Speed – 115 kmph (Approx.)