Bajaj Pulsar N150 Launched At Rs 1.17 Lakh In India, Rivals Yamaha FZS V3
Article by Drivio | 28th Sep 23
The third 150cc bike to enter the Pulsar line-up, Pulsar N150 shares a lot of similarities with Bajaj Pulsar P150 and the Pulsar N160.
- The 149.68cc engine delivers 14.5bhp of power and 13.5Nm of torque.
- Priced at Rs 1.17 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the bike comes in three colour options.
- The suspension setup consists of a 31mm telescopic fork and a monoshock absorber.
Bajaj Auto’s Pulsar line-up is now a model larger, with the launch of the all-new Pulsar N150. The new entry is a fusion of Pulsar P150 and Pulsar N160, sharing similarities with both. Priced at Rs 1.17 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the bike is offered in a single variant and three colour schemes - Racing Red, Ebony Black and Metallic Pearl White.
|Bajaj Bike||Price (ex-showroom Delhi)|
|Pulsar N150||Rs 1,17,134|
The new Pulsar is powered by the same 149.68cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine as the Pulsar P150. Paired with a 5-speed gearbox, it generates up to 14.5PS of power and a peak torque of 13.5Nm. The design, however, is largely borrowed from the larger Pulsar N160. It features a similar chiseled fuel tank, as well as a futuristic-looking headlamp that comprises an LED projector at the center with two LED DRLs on each side.
|Bajaj Pulsar N150||Specifications|
|Engine||149.68cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder|
Moving on to the bike’s features, Pulsar N150 has a semi-digital LCD instrument console, single-channel ABS, a side-stand engine cut-off sensor, and a USB charging port. Suspension at the front is handled by 31 mm telescopic forks, while a monoshock absorber provides rear suspension.
The 17-inch wheels are equipped with a 260 mm disc brake and a 130 mm drum brake at the front and the back respectively. With its attractive pricing, the Pulsar N150 rivals the Yamaha FZ S fi V3, which has dominated the 150cc streetfighter segment so far.