Bajaj, a house hold name in manufacturing household goods to motor bikes has another weapon in their arsenal of heavy duty bikes. Today we will review one of the famous bikes from the house of Bajaj, none other than Bajaj Pulsar 150 DtS-i. This bike revolutionized the market of bikes under 150 cc categories. This bike is one of the best selling bikes of Bajaj in India. Let us know about the specifications of this wonderful bike of Bajaj.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 which weighs around 143 kg provides a mileage of 65 kmpl. It is one of the best fuel efficient bikes in this sector. It produces a power of 15 bhp. The dome type headlight and the aircraft inspired fuel tank lid make it an ideal buy more amongst the youngsters. Users of this mean machine is extremely happy with their buy and rave about their decision to choose from the house of Bajaj. Its fuel efficiency and low level of sound makes it even more acceptable among the users and a bike of choice. Bajaj’s Pulsar range is renowned for its powerful engine, thus the Bajaj Pulsar 150 carries the legacy making it even more acceptable and popular among the patrons. The braking system is extremely efficient and the seating arrangement has been made very comfortable with some extra cushioning. A great ride is guaranteed on Bajaj Pulsar DTS-i. Go for a test ride and feel the difference yourselves.
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The 149 cc power packed engine churns out enough power to ignite the biker’s mind. It produces 15 bhp at 9000rpm and 12 Nm torque at 6500 rpm. The rear wheel is fully armed with a five-speed sequential gear box and a chain drive. The rear wheel also boasts of twin spark ignition and a drum brake. It has a fuel tank capacity of 15 litres and has a double cradle chassis. The digital speedometer helps you navigate your path much efficiently. It is available only in petrol variance and has a digital twin spark ignition. It boasts of a manual gearbox with air cooled cooling system and wet multiplate clutch. The 17” alloy wheels give enough endurance and support to the bike even when on high speed on the highway. The front suspension is telescopic while the rear suspension is nitrox shock absorber. The reserve fuel capacity is 3.20 litres which is decent enough for a motor bike and it takes off from 0km to 60km in just 5.60 seconds and 60km to 0km in about 17seconds.
If we talk about the reception of this bike in the market, it has been phenomenal since its launch. If you are searching for a bike which has power, performance and stiff body, then this is surely the right choice for you. It has everything a street rider wants.
It is available in four exciting colours. One, single colour, i.e. Ebony black and three double colours, Cocktail Wine Red, Pearl Metallic White and Sapphire Blue. Bajaj is targeting a huge Indian market with this bike. Thus providing ample choice to the buyers. Go for the preferred colour.
This bike has severe competition from following bikes:
Honda CB Unicorn, Hero Xtreme, Hero Hunk, Yamaha SZ-RRand Suzuki GS 150
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-I is priced between Rs. 80,000 to Rs. 82,650 (Mumbai) on road. This price is quite competitive with the current market trend. Despite of being an older bike in this segment, but still the craze and momentum about this bike is increasing exponentially. This bike has done wonders for the Bajaj. Happy Biking!!