2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 BS IV Has a lot changes to the engine and specs making it more torquier and faster in its class
Pulsar 150 has a lot of changes as per earlier reports which claimed otherwise. The motor now makes more torque and less power but it claims to be more faster, efficient and peppier than before. It does all of this while it meets BSIV emission norms. The Pulsar 150 has subtle cosmetic changes which include new AHO DRL lights, BSIV engine and new colors with laser edge decals. We have all the information.
2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 BSIV Details – Design and Dimensions
Here the changes are the most clear. The disc brake design has changed, there are new red decals all around with a hint of carbon finish with them. Right from the headlight cowl to the rear tail-piece. The exhaust hasn’t changed and there are no other changes on offer. The rear hugger has been removed and engine crank case colors have changed.
Length 2055 mm
Width 755 mm
Height 1060 mm
Ground clearance 165 mm
Wheelbase 1320 mm
Kerb Weight 144 kgs
2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 Details Chassis, suspension and brakes
Dual cradle frame along with telescopic forks which stay the same 33 mm in diameter and nitrox 5-step adjustable dual shocks at the rear continue to stay. Brakes are better than before as there is a new caliper along with the disc seems to be bigger on paper.
2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 BSIV Details Price and Launch
Pricing is Rs. 73,000 as before because there aren’t much changes to prove a higher price tag like the Pulsar 180/220.
2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 BSIV Details Engine And Specification
Mechanical are high as Bajaj has changed the bottom end completely. It makes less power but more torque and change in riding is very apparent. The power now it makes is 14 BHP and torque is up from 12.6 to 13.6 Nm. 2-valve air cooled motor continues to be the specs as the engine now is BSIV
2017 Bajaj Pulsar 150 BSIV Details Safety and Features
There is no ABS or CBS on offer yet. Tubeless tyres are an addition to the package. Features list isn’t gone higher either and the meters are blue light and the fonts and design has changed in the background. ABS will make it 2019 since it is a old model, not a new one, which gets it more time.
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