Updated Bajaj Pulsar N150 And Pulsar N160 Launched In India, Get New Features
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Updated Bajaj Pulsar N150 And Pulsar N160 Launched In India, Get New Features

News by Team Drivio | Feb 09, 2024

Apart from the new features introduced, both the motorcycles remain mechanically unchanged under their skin.

  • A new full-LCD instrument console with Bluetooth connectivity has been made standard in the higher-spec variants of both motorcycles.
  • The new Pulsar N160 now gets dual-channel ABS as standard in both of its variants.
  • The new Pulsar N150 features a rear disc brake as standard in its higher variant.

Bajaj Auto has launched the updated versions of its popular offerings in the 150-160cc premium commuter category, the Pulsar N150 and Pulsar N160. Both these motorcycles have been updated with a few new features while remaining mechanically unchanged. While the prices of the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N150 now start at Rs 1.18 lakh. Whereas, the 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N160 price now commences at Rs 1.31 lakh. Both prices are ex-showroom, Delhi. 

The two Pulsar siblings take on the likes of TVS Apache RTR 160, Hero Xtreme 160, Yamaha FZ-S 160, and Honda SP160.

Specification2024 Bajaj Pulsar N150 2024 Bajaj Pulsar N160
EngineAir-cooled, single-cylinder, 149.68ccOil-cooled, single-cylinder, 164.82cc
Maximum Power14.5 PS @ 8,500 rpm16 PS @ 8,750 rpm
Maximum Torque13.5 Nm @ 6,000 rpm14.65 Nm @ 6,750 rpm
Transmission5-speed5-speed

Talking about the changes, the new Bajaj Pulsar N160 now comes with dual-channel ABS as standard for both of its variants – a feature which was available only in its higher-spec variant. The Pulsar N150 now also comes with a rear disc brake in its higher-spec variant, though it comes only with a single-channel ABS setup as standard. 

 In addition, the higher-spec variants of both these motorcycles now come with a full-LCD instrument console – a first for any Pulsar model to date. This new fully digital meter console also supports Bluetooth connectivity – a first for any Bajaj motorcycle, which allows the riders to pair the console with a dedicated app and view call and message notifications on the console.