The bike weighs seven kilograms less than the N160 and has 120 cross-section rear tires.
This variant of Pulsar as Bajaj Pulsar N150 starts from INR 1,17,677 lakh.
On Tuesday, Bajaj Auto unveiled the eagerly anticipated Pulsar N150 in India. The brand-new Pulsar N150 is interestingly comparable to a sportier variant of the Pulsar P150. The bike is available for purchase across the country for INR 1,17,677 (ex-showroom). According to the manufacturer, the brand-new Pulsar N150 would deliver a comparable fuel efficiency to the previous Pulsar 150 of about 45 to 50 km/l.
The bike's exterior is inspired by the Pulsar N160, and it includes a crisp LED projector headlamp that can be seen as an improved version of the well-known Pulsar lights. Additionally, it gets a big fuel tank instead of a strong waist portion.The N160's digital instrument cluster, a USB connector on the fuel tank, and a speedometer are also included on this sportbike.
Speaking about the visual style, the brand-new Pulsar features sharp color splits and contrast finishing. Racing Red, Ebony Black, and Metallic Pearl White are the color options for the bike.
It also comes with a streamlined exhaust, a floating body panel, and a curved step seat. The bike weighs seven kilograms less than the N160 and has 120 cross-section rear tires.
The comparable 149.68cc, four-stroke engine with a single cylinder that powers the Pulsar N150 provides power. It is capable of producing 13.5 Nm of torque and 14.5 Ps of power. The motorcycle has a five-speed gearbox with telescopic units up front and a monoshock unit in back for suspension purposes. The sport bike has a front 240mm disc with single channel ABS and a rear 130mm drum for braking purposes.
According to Bajaj Auto, the brand-new Pulsar N150 would have a fuel efficiency of about 45 to 50 km per gallon, same like the previous Pulsar 150.