Bajaj Pulsar N150 Ready to Hit the Streets

   Sep 27,2023

Bajaj's Pulsar N160 has soared to success, earning widespread acclaim from both customers and industry experts. It even clinched the prestigious Bike of the Year award in 2022. However, the journey for its smaller counterpart, the P150, has been more challenging. Bajaj is now introducing a fresh motorcycle aimed at enhancing the appeal of the 150 platform for potential buyers.


Images taken at a dealership unveil a forthcoming Bajaj Pulsar motorcycle, seemingly poised for its official launch. A telling detail on the bike is the prominently displayed sticker revealing its official moniker as the Bajaj Pulsar N150.

The the bike inherits the aggressive design elements from the Pulsar N160. This encompasses the sleek and sporty projector headlamp, larger tank extensions, and a tail section reminiscent of the N160 model.

What's intriguing is that both of the recently sighted Pulsar N150 motorcycles at the dealership sported a unified single-piece seat and a conventional grab handle akin to the single-disc Pulsar P150. While it's uncertain if this bike will have one or two variants, it's probable that a second dual-disc option will be made available. Anticipate both variants to come equipped with single-channel ABS for added safety.

Regarding its powertrain, the N150 is poised to employ the identical engine found in the P150. Further details on this engine can be found in our comprehensive review, but you can anticipate a refined powerplant generating 14.5hp and 13.5Nm of torque, mated to a 5-speed gearbox.

The instrument console mirrors the semi-digital unit featured across the new-age Pulsar lineup. As for color options, sightings of the N150 have included striking red and white schemes, although it remains uncertain whether Bajaj will introduce additional color choices, considering the P150 already offers a selection of five distinct colors.

Presently, the Bajaj Pulsar P150 begins at an ex-showroom price of Rs 1.17 lakh, whereas the Pulsar N160 starts at Rs 1.3 lakh (ex-showroom). When the new Bajaj Pulsar N150 hits the market, you can anticipate it to be priced at approximately Rs 5,000-7,000 more than the P150, maintaining a reasonable gap from the higher-end N160 model.

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