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Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon launched with engine cowl

  • Along with the new update, the overall price of the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon has increased marginally.
  • Apart from the new belly pan, there is no other major update on the motorcycle.

Bajaj Auto has launched the Pulsar 150 Neon motorcycle with an engine belly pan. Along with the new update, the overall price of the bike has increased marginally by 4,000. The bike now costs 90,003*.

For the record, previously only the regular Pulsar 150 single disc and Pulsar 150 twin disc models featured a similar belly pan. The former costs 96,960* and the latter is priced at 1,00,838*. Apart from the new belly pan, there is no other major update on the motorcycle.

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The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon range comes with unique ‘neon’ colour highlights (as suggested by the name) which make it look apart against the regular paint scheme offered on the Bajaj Pulsar range.

The bike features neon coloured headlamp eyebrows, 'Pulsar' fuel tank logo, side panel mesh and rear grab rail. Moreover, its over all visual appeal is also enhanced by a 3D variant logo which sits over the rear cowl and the theme coloured decals over its alloy wheels. The addition of the new engine belly pan complements the overall sporty aesthetics of the motorcycle.

In terms of mechanicals, it shares the same 149.5 cc, 4-stroke, 2-valve, twin spark, air-cooled, DTS-i with Fi engine which is also found on several other bikes in the Bajaj Auto's lineup. This unit is known to offer 10.29 kW or 14 PS at 8,000 rpm and 13.4 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. The engine comes hooked to a 5-speed gearbox.

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Its suspension duties are taken cared by a set of conventional telescopic forks at the front and a 5-way adjustable Nitrox shock absorbed which sits at the rear side. The anchoring department makes use of a 240 mm disc at the front and a 130 mm drum rear brake.

*ex-showroom, Delhi

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