The bike remains mechanically unchanged.

Bajaj has launched the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc variant and the bike has been at dealerships since March 2018. The company has been selling the bike since March, but Bajaj has only now officially launched it.

It has a new disc brake at both ends – a 260mm front disc (replacing the 240mm unit) and a 230mm rear disc. However, this bike doesn’t come with ABS. Because the bike was silently launched at the end of March, the company didn’t need the bike to be sold with ABS, which is now mandatory on bikes above 125cc. There’s a thicker, 37mm front fork and a split seat along with a split grab rail that are from the bigger Pulsar 180. The bike uses the same 149cc, single-cylinder, two-valve, twin-spark motor that makes 14hp and 13.4Nm.

There are three colours on offer – Black Blue, Black Red and Black Chrome.

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