Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic
Bajaj Auto has propelled another variation of the Pulsar 150 (initiated ‘Pulsar 150 Classic’) at Rs 67,437 (ex-showroom, Mumbai). The variation depends on the Bajaj Pulsar 150, yet manages without designs, a back plate brake, a part seat and tank augmentations. Since it skirts these highlights, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic is Rs 10,118 less expensive than the Pulsar 150 twin-plate – a huge contrast in cost.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic is just accessible in dark, with passed out parts and styling reminiscent of the Pulsar 150 UG III (propelled in 2006). The new bicycle hasn’t been refreshed on the official site yet; yet we have been educated by dealerships of its entry before the current week’s over. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic is the second-most moderate bike in the Pulsar go after the Pulsar 135 LS.
Mechanically, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 Classic stays indistinguishable to the standard advertising. It’s controlled by a 149cc, single-chamber engine creating 14hp at 8,000rpm and 13.4Nm of torque at 6,000rpm. Transmission obligations are taken care of by a five-speed gearbox. The casing and suspension are likewise unaltered from the standard advertising. Braking equipment comprises of a 240mm circle brake at front and a 130mm drum unit at the back. Since the Pulsar 150 Classic is a variation, and not another item. Bajaj isn’t constrained to outfit the bike with ABS.
The new variation is a move by Bajaj to make the Pulsar 150 more open to purchasers. Particularly in Tier-3 urban communities, where the Pulsar 150 still remains an optimistic bike. It will go up against the Honda Unicorn and the Hero Achiever 150.