If a list of India’s top bikes are to be made, Bajaj Pulsar 150 will certainly remain on the top 3. Starting from the Bajaj Pulsar mileage to its price and specifications, everything is so good in comparison to the money one has to pay to own this motorbike. Bajaj makes their Bajaj 150 variant in the Pune manufacturing plant and later on it gets distributed to all the parts of India, as well as the other countries in this region. In competition with Honda CBZ, the Bajaj Pulsar is playing the game quite well. There has been ups and downs in the carrier, yet Bajaj Pulsar 150 is standing with its head upheld in the crowd.
Engine: 150 cc
Mileage: 65 kmpl.
Power: 15 bhp.
About the design, Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i has one of the best outlooks in the town. It has a fierce and aggressive look in the frontal face, and being built on a double cradle chassis type the rigidity of this whole frame is truly beyond question. Everything is so in its place, nothing feels unnecessary or crap on the motorbike. The seat has risen little bit to the upper side where the pillion seats, this arrangement makes the ride easier for the rider, and comfortable for the pillion to keep seating in the back while the rider gets to do the necessary evasive maneuvering to get past city traffic.
Front face has a dome type headlight housing, domed cowling, the fuel lid looks like that of an aircraft and the visual console in the middle of the handle is full digital, and the tachometer is analog though. Two indicator lights are placed on side scoops in front and rear, they shine bright enough to be seen even in broad daylight.
Bajaj Pulsar specification sheet looks elegant enough, for a standard commuter bike. Bajaj Pulsar comes in different engine displacements, however we are reviewing the 150 DTS-i unit. The displacement is 149 cc to be very precise. The maximum power output this DTS-i engine provides is 15 bhp at 9,000 rpm, and the maximum torque output figure is 12 Nm at 6,500 rpm. Transmission on the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is manual with 5 gears, they shift very smoothly and provides a seamless power delivery from the engine to the transmission.
Fuel efficiency on the Pulsar 150 has always been a beloved fact for this motorbike. The mileage is officially rated to be 65 kmpl, however the actual number changes for various factors like the riding style, traffic condition, terrain type etc. Even after all these in mind, the mileage doesn’t really go below 55 kmpl which is very impressive. Fuel tank holds 15 liters of fuel, and the overall curb weight is 15 liters.
Bajaj Pulsar price in India remains pretty much the same in all regions, however in non-official showrooms the price could vary little bit. Ex-showroom price for the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is Rs. 73,382.
With everything being very much rider and pocket friendly, there’s no way one can’t love the Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i.