Fifth Generation Bajaj Pulsar 150 To Replace The Current Model Very Soon

The new Bajaj Pulsar 150 does not come with ABS so it naturally has to launch before April 1, 2018

Bajaj Pulsar 150 is an iconic bike in it s own and there is no denying that. However, with the newer and better looking rivals in the segment the motorcycle has been having a hard time in the Indian bike market. The Pulsar brand used to be the flagship for Bajaj but the launch of Dominar has shed some light on what the company will be focusing on.

But the 150cc bike sits right in a segment which has been shaking up the entire industry. Bajaj Pulsar 150cc along with other bikes in the competition appeal to the daily commuter who is looking for something that can also be the go to vehicle for the weekend trips. Now the new Pulsar 150 is all set to get a facelift by Bajaj and the upcoming model has already been spied by the internet army.

What Does The New Bajaj Pulsar 150cc Get?

The new Bajaj Pulsar 150cc will mark the fifth generation of the motorcycle in India which has been around for more than 17 years. We won’t hold our breaths though since the spy shots reveal there is nothing substantial coming our way. Bajaj has just provided cosmetic changes to the Pulsar 150cc which flaunts its overall design from the current generation. Unlike the single large seat on the current model, the split seats from the larger 180cc sibling have made their way to the 150. The rear rail grab is also split now and looks way better than the current Bajaj Pulsar 150cc.

Another set of things borrowed from the 180 can be found on the exhaust including a heat shield. The alloys of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 look much better now as they come brushed in black. Coming to our favorite new feature, both wheels now get disc brakes – the rear has 230mm and the front comes with 260mm.

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Price India and Launch Date

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Price in India is expected to be largely the same as before with a marginal increase of 3,500-4,500 Rupees. The bike will make its way to dealerships pretty soon probably before April 1 since the spy shots do not show an ABS unit.


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