Macho bike for macho man. This may be the perfect tag line for the Bajaj Pulsar 150. This may be called the first bike which has very muscular and sports look. The overall appearance suggests us that a wild tiger is shaped into bike and has wolf like eyes (headlmaps). Apart from the body colour on fuel tank, mask, front muffler and all panels, the machine is painted in black. Muffler heat shield, disc brakes and kick are in silver. All these sparks like stars in the black background. If the rear view mirrors in body colour, it would be great styling. The Bajaj comes with minimum logo. And in fact it was not needed as that may spoil the sporty and muscular looks of the machine. The dashboard sports a digital look. Digital speedometer, tachometer, fuel gauge and tripmeter.The bike have many new things at tail side. The sharp shaped tail is a beauty to behold. A small rear mudguard is also provided. Twin slashed bulb free LED tail lamp demands no maintenance.
Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTSi is powered by air cooled, 4 stroke, DTS-i engine with a displacement of 149.01cc. Bajaj Auto used its all pathbreaking techniques in the flagship model. The high-tech engine develops maximum power of 14.09 PS at 8500 rpm and maximum torque of 12.76 NM at 6500 rpm. The Digital Twin Spark ignition technology provide the engine to perform in much better way whether it is speed, acceleration or power. Contrary to the general one spark plug at the end of the combustion chamber, this bike comes with Bajaj patented DTS-I tech which have two spark plugs at both end of the combustion chamber. This technology does faster and better combustion. For handling the spark delivery, a digital CDI chip is there. That gives optimum ignition time for load conditions. In addition to this, a Throttle Response Ignition System III (TRICS III) controls the ignition by operating the throttle. The new Pulsar 150 also breathes through a CV carburettor but relies on a straightforward electronic ignition system to supply the sparks. The pickup is awesome.
Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTSi is a powerful bike which is powered by DTS-i engine. The DTS-i technology is there to enhance the power and performance of the bike. This is also reflected in acceleration of the machine. It can achieve 0-60kmph acceleration in just 5.41 seconds. While 0-400 kmph can be easily achieved in just 19.0 seconds.
Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTSi fuel tank is the widest that can keep 15 liters of petrol and two litres reserve. That means less petrol pump visits both in city and on highways. The DTS-i technology helps in faster and better fuel combustion which makes it the fuel efficient bike in 150cc segment. It is claimed that the Bajaj Pulsar 150cc gives a mileage of around 55 - 60 kmpl.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150cc DTS-I comes in four popular colours such as plazma blue, cocktail wine red, midnight black and misty grey silver. The body colour is used only at front dome, fuel tank, side panels, front muffler and rear side panels.
Available colours Are :
Bajaj New Pulsar 150cc DTSi sports front disc brakes. The diameter of the brakes is 240mm. The front brakes are highly sensitive that halt the bike at a slight pressure. According to users, applying the front disc brakes is a great risk in this particular machine. On the other hand, rear brakes are conventional drum brakes of 130mm.
Bajaj Pulsar didn't compromise on suspensions as latest forks adds to the smooth ride of any bike. This female houses rear Nitrox suspension which are nitroxide gas assisted with five step adjustable. The Nitrox suspension works even at bumpy surface. This machine has front telescopic suspension with anti friction bushes.
Wheels and Tyres
Bajaj Pulsar 150 sports stylish 17â€ alloy wheels. The alloy wheels have black treatment. Alloy wheels are more lighter and stronger. The front tyre size is 90/90x17-tube and rear one is 100/90x17-tube.
Wheel Base and Controlling
The Bajaj Pulsar 150 possesses wider wheel base that is 1320mm. This much of wheel base is required in heavy bikes. This strong wheel base not only provides firm grip on road but also balance the heavy machine.
The seating posture in the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is comfortable. Seat design is not much raised for pillion that ensure better comfort in both city and long drive. However, rear grab rail should be more lift up to allow better grip to the pillion. Nitrox rear suspension gives smooth ride for the riders. Footrest and foot-pegs are there for pillion.
Most of the buyers buy it for it muscular shape and eyecatchig looks. The powertrain provides wonderful pickup and finest acceleration in the segment. It sports digital speedometer, fuel gauge, and with a side stand indicator, new LED tail lamp. The new advanced DTS-I engine is fitted in the big beast. Even though it is a big bike in every aspect, it gives good mileage without disturbing the power.
This heavy bike is difficult to control at high speeds due to awesome pickup and power. The rear grab rails are too small to grip. Instant braking is sometimes dangerous for the biker.
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