2018 Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic is devoid of some items in the cosmetic area to bring the price down by a substantial margin
Bajaj has launched the Classic Pulsar 150 in the Indian market. This is the same motorcycle as the recently upgraded twin disc variant of the Pulsar 150 but has been stripped down drastically to make sure the price has gone down by a big margin. The bikini fairing is missing on the tank, the disc brake is missing at the rear, the grab rail is a one-piece unit and the seat also is a single piece unit. We can see MRF tyres on both variants but the classic variant has lower spec ones. The 2018 Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic doesn’t dual tone paint scheme but does get graphics seen in the past when they were introduced.
2018 Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic specs remain the same in terms of engine. The motor makes 14 PS of power and 13.4 Nm of torque from its 2-valve, air-cooled engine. The website has been updated about the same and the Delhi prices are out courtesy of a dealer. There is also a hint where Bajaj introduces classic variant of all three motorcycles such as the 180,220 and 135 says our sources. The twin-disc variant is sold at 78,515 price tag meanwhile this variant in Delhi, the classic that is, is sold at Rs. 68,343 ex-showroom.
Bajaj could go with a bigger idea where it offers dual channel ABS as standard on the twin disc variant and this variant will continue to get ABS on the front itself, like it offers right now on its RS200, which is the single channel ABS. Once ABS is introduced, the price for this will go higher, but still be cheaper than the twin-disc variant. A new stratgey that allows consumer to choose whatever they find best in terms of value seems the case here. Stay tuned as we will get an official word on the same soon.