Pulsar P150 price puts it in a confusing spot – very close to the Pulsar N160 and substantially over the older Pulsar 150 – which it is expected to replace…
Against what we thought, Bajaj has officially announced the launch of another Pulsar in the line-up – the Pulsar P150. The Pulsar P150 becomes the third model on this new Pulsar platform after the Pulsar 250s and the Pulsar N160.
It carries a new 149.8cc, single cylinder engine that produces 14.5 PS of peak power at 8500 rpm and maximum torque of 13.5 Nm at 6000 rpm. Bajaj claims that 90 percent of the torque is available across the usable RPM range and it will continue with the signature ‘Pulsar rush’. Bajaj also claims that this is the most refined Pulsar ever and will commute with ease.
The P150 carries forward a similar design theme as the Pulsar N160 but loses some flab – as much as 10 kilos. It has an accessible 790mm seat height and the company claims that it will be the most manoeuvrable bike in its class.
There are two variants on offer –
- Single disc with upright seating and single seat.
- Dual disc with sportier seating posture and split seat.
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2022 Pulsar P150 Price
|Single Disc||Rs 1,16,755|
|Dual Disc||Rs 1,19,757|
This makes it about Rs 3000 cheaper than the Pulsar N160 (dual disc variant) and about Rs 5500 costlier than the old Pulsar 150 (single disc variant).
Bajaj is offering the new P150 in five colors – Racing Red, Caribbean Blue, Ebony Black Red, Ebony Black Blue and Ebony Black White. The motorcycle was introduced in Kolkata today and will be followed by pan-India availability in the weeks to come.