The new three colors are the new Bajaj Pulsar bike headlamps, the Pulsar logo, the rear grab rail, the side panel mesh and the 3d mark on the rear, and the metal block bike is completely black.
Technically the newly launched Bajaj Pulsar 150 bike does not make any difference and has the power to produce 13.8 bhp and 13.4 nm torque with the help of 149cc single cylinder DTSI engine.
Apart from the new Bajaj Pulsar 150 Bike, the telescopic front forks and rear twin shock absorbers are provided with a 240 mm disk on the front for the safety of the riders and 130 mm drum brakes on the rear.
Delhi – Rs. 64,998
Mumbai – Rs. 65,446
Pune – Rs. 65,446
Bangalore – Rs. 66,086
Kolkata – Rs. 66,240
Chennai – Rs. 66,790
Bajaj Auto’s president Eric Vas has announced that the new Bajaj Pulsar will be launched in 150 neon colors, which is the testimony of 1 crore Pulsar bikes that have been sold in the domestic market for over 17 years. “He says.