2017 New Bajaj Pulsar 135,150,180,220 have very little changes to them but most important they are now emission complaint
Bajaj has finally made an official announcement after the internet was tired of searching for new related to the new 2017 Bajaj Pulsar’s. While most of the information is all ready out, Bajaj sends a message confirming those facts. Bajaj has made sure the models that the are updated just meet emission norms that are set to kick in.
The older model Pulsar’s won’t be getting any other changes such as AHO and ABS anytime soon before 2018-2019, but we expect that to happen higher Pulsar’s that are set to come soon. For now, the Pulsar’s images have been uploaded to the brand’s website and there is a new blue color on offer. Bajaj is calling them ‘Laser edged’ Pulsar’s and we think it is decals which are mimicking the same thought process here.
The major changes are seen surprisingly to the not so doing well in the domestic market but does well in foreign markets. Yes, we are talking about the Pulsar 135 LS. Cost cutting is evident as single piece seat, gran handle and a revised not so great looking speedo meter that has a revised tachometer. However, the speedo has carbon fibre impressions on it all around.
The speedo on other bikes such as 180 and 220 are blue lit, but the 135 and 150 are still ‘orange’. Pulsar 180 finally gets the much awaited dual disc brakes as a standard fitment. Pulsar 220F also gets creature comfort but no boost in performance like other models. Reports suggest that the motorcycles are much more refined and remain powerful, which should be good news for buyers. However, the big news is that Bajaj has officially skipped to updated the Pulsar 150 to BSIV emission for reasons unknown. Bajaj could send out more details, stay tuned as we get them for you.
2017 New Model Bajaj Pulsar Prices
Bajaj Pulsar 180: Rs. 78,173
Bajaj Pulsar 150: Rs. 72,211
Bajaj Pulsar 220F: Rs. 89,350
Bajaj Pulsar 135 LS: Rs. 60,019
2017 New Bajaj Pulsar 135,150,180,220 Review