Pulsar 150 BS6 price hike of Rs 8998 corresponds to a hike of 10 percent. It gains fuel injection in the process…
After its entry lineup, Bajaj has announced the official launch of its new Bharat Stage 6 compliant Pulsar 150 range (Pulsar 150 standard and Pulsar 150 twin disc) in India. Like others, Bajaj had to retort to fuel injection to bring these motorcycles to the upcoming emission norms.
Bajaj says its FI system is easy to maintain and offers seamless power delivery. The 149.5cc, 2 valve, air-cooled, SOHC engine continues to produce the same 14 PS of peak power but it now comes 500 rpm later at 8500 rpm. At 13.25 Nm, peak torque has seen a minor drop of 0.15 Nm and it also maxes 500 rpm later (at 6500 rpm).
There is an additional underbelly engine cowl on the standard Pulsar. It appears that Bajaj has deployed the bigger 260 mm front disc of the twin disc Pulsar 150 on the standard variant as well. The BS4 model is equipped with a 240 mm disc. The only other change that we can notice in the spec sheet is the 4 kilos increment in weight (Pulsar BS6 now weighs 148 kg).
Pulsar 150 BS6 Price
|Pulsar 150 Twin Disc
As you can see, both the models have received a price hike of Rs 8998 which is roughly 10 percent of the original price of the motorcycle.
*all prices ex-showroom Delhi
Bajaj has continued with the same colours of black with red and black with chrome/grey for the standard model. There is no new colour in either of the models. These updated motorcycles will be available from 12th February (ie today).