Wednesday, April 17, 2024

Bajaj Pulsar N150 Launched – P150 To Be Discontinued

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Bajaj Auto will soon update its new Pulsar platform range which spawns the Pulsar 250 platform introduced in 2021. The first one is the new N150 replacing the immediately dismissed P150. The public did not appreciate the budget bike despite the classic exists already. Bajaj has gone the premium route with N160 elements and raising the price by just Rs 1,000. The company recently introduced the Pulsar N160 and P150 sporting, along with the Pulsar NS160 And NS200 earlier. The Bajaj Pulsar N150 has a LED Projector lights and LED DRL like the N250 and N160. This also means, it gets fatter tyres, only at the rear. This is not even replacing the ageing old body Classic Pulsar 150 range, which has the Dual Disc and single disc option variant on offer.

Power comes from an updated 150cc single-cylinder DTS-I engine to E20. Bajaj was smart enough to not launch the new P150 with an E20 compliant engine. This N150 is. The motor is reworked unit of the N/F 250cc block and is producing around 14.5PS and 13.5Nm of peak torque. Distinguishing was going to be a key factor for Bajaj but Bajaj is silently removed the P150 making way for this bike.

Bajaj Pulsar N150 Launched - P150 To Be Discontinued

The N150 becomes a sportier cousin and the N160 becomes a premium option in the class of 150/160cc category. The N160 is already sort of replacing the gone Pulsar 180 in some way. The price brackets always are above of cubic capacity (cc) segmentation for manufacturers and customers. The enthusiasts are the only ones which get confused.

Bajaj Pulsar N150 Launched - P150 To Be Discontinued

The Bajaj Pulsar N150 comes at a price tag of Rs 1.17 lakhs. The 150cc segment has been a stronghold for Bajaj, and we expect the new N150 to continue bringing a good chunk of sales. The model will be competing with the likes of the Honda Unicorn 160, TVS Apache RTR 160 2V and the Suzuki Gixxer 150 in the segment. Yamaha is out of this segment because it lacks a 14-15 PS motorcycle in its portfolio for 5 years. We have ridden the bike, find the review here and on our Youtube channel from 29 September onwards.

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