2024 Pulsar 150 Gets Bluetooth; Reaches Dealerships

Biggest change to the 2024 Pulsar 150 range is the introduction of an all digital instrument cluster that is standard across all variants…

So, it is not just the newer gen Pulsars that are getting new features, Bajaj is also updating its bread and butter oldest generation models in the process. The latest to go through the freshening-up process is the high-seller Pulsar 150.

The Pulsar 150 has remained very similar in all these decades with minor nip and tucks. However, this time Bajaj has lent it a fairly decent update. The motorcycle gains new decals – with big bold ‘150’ written on the tank. Apart from that the bigger change is the introduction of a full-digital instrument console.

2024 Pulsar 150
This is the twin disc variant

This is for the first time the 150cc Pulsar has received a complete digital meter assembly and it also comes with Bluetooth connectivity. Which means we can have features like…

  • Instantaneous fuel economy
  • Average fuel economy
  • Distance to Empty
  • Distance to Service
  • Call, SMS and other phone alerts

This is obviously apart from the regular info that we see on the console. Gear position indicator and Turn-by-turn navigation is not on offer on this one. Apart from this, the motorcycle also comes with a USB mobile charging port and minor changes to the switchgear.

2024 Pulsar 150
Here is the new meter console with Bluetooth connectivity..

Other standard features include single channel ABS, tubeless tyres, split seat and 37 mm telescopic suspension. The single seat variant of the motorcycle has also been updated with similar changes and it continues with 31 mm forks at the front. The split seat version also gets a 280 mm diameter front disc apart from a 230 mm disc at the rear. In comparison, the standard Pulsar 150 is shod with a smaller 260 mm front disc and 130 mm drum at the rear.

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2024 Pulsar 150
This is the standard single disc variant…

Bajaj hasn’t tinkered with the engine and there is a very familiar 149.5cc, SOHC motor that churns 14 PS of peak power at 8500 rpm and 13.25 Nm of max torque at 6500 rpm that does duty. In terms of pricing, the motorcycle has received a minor increase.

The new model has already started reaching dealerships as I snapped this one at Bajaj’s Bagga Link dealership at Karol Bagh – when I was there for the media ride of the new Pulsar N250.