The Pulsar 150 still looks pretty much similar to the Pulsar 180, with a few missing features like the split seats, thinner rear tyre and a few other visual elements.
Pulsar 150 New Dual Tone Colours:
Here are the three new dual-tone colors Pulsar 150 has received:
- Cocktail Wine Red
- Pearl Metallic White
- Sapphire Blue
It continues with the same 15.06PS and 12.5Nm 149cc engine. Bajaj badly needs a mechanical update on its lower capacity Pulsars. The ageing look is taking away the sheen of them with sales tapering off every month. These minor refreshments may help the company retain the interest a wee bit but not for long.
And as we understand, this is the last time this current-gen Pulsar 150 is coming to the headlines before the all-new Pulsar 150NS will be launched later this year. It gets a lot of inspiration from the flagship Pulsar 200NS including an expected triple spark ignition and added bump in power.
Bajaj hopes that the new colours will breath in a fresh new life on the Pulsar 150 and make the cash registers clicking till the all-new model is ready for launch sometime towards the second half of this year. The Pulsar fans have had a mixed response to these latest Bajaj’s paintbrush tactics. What is your take? Will you go ahead and buy these latest-gen Pulsars or wait for the all-new 150NS?