Bajaj Pulsar 150NS new model 2017
Bajaj Pulsar 150NS is the next bike going to dominate the 150cc segment. The best street fighter design of the Bajaj Pulsar 150NS is now powered by the decent fuel economy engine with best in class power. After the naked Pulsar 200NS is discontinued, it disappointed many, who admired the special design of the bike. Also, some fans who expect the 200NS looks on 150cc engine for better fuel economy are now happy about the naked 150 Pulsar launch.
The launch of Bajaj Pulsar 150NS has heated up the scene of 150 segments and going to make a hole on the other 150cc bike sales. The Pulsar 150NS competes with Suzuki Gixxer 150, Honda Hornet and Yamaha FZS.
Outlook and design
The Bajaj Pulsar 150NS has a distinct outlook design that it rules out of the other pulsar designs from the panel. The looks of 150NS are almost identical to the Pulsar 200NS, who is considered to be the ancestor of the present younger version.
The naked street fighter 150NS got all its cues like a huge chiselled fuel tank, clip on handles, forceful headlamp, the trendy dual tail LEDs, well split trendy seat and first to feature the under belly exhaust of its segment.
The Bajaj Pulsar 150NS appears premier on its manufacturing and the rear mudguard is expected to have an extension attachments. The lightweight perimeter frame used to build 150NS gets it on the lighter side and be stiff on stresses.
Overall, the naked Pulsar 150NS is on its mark of style, performance and fuel economy and remains more of a good package.
Dimension of Pulsar 150NS
The Bajaj Pulsar 150NS is built with an appropriate dimension measuring an overall 2070 mm in Length, 804 mm in Width, and 1205 mm in Height with a wheelbase of 1363 mm. The ground Clearance 175 mm and Seat Height 805 mm of Pulsar 150NS gives an amazing ride every time.
The bike handles the corners well and the wheelbase keeps the 150NS agile though weighs 140 kg.
Engine and Transmission
The powerful 149.5 cc, single-cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-stroke engine of Pulsar 150NS produces about 16.8 BHP @ 9500 rpm with 13 NM of torque @ 7000 rpm. The carburettor fed SOHC, 4-valves engine chamber excels in the value of power and fuel economy, the blend of power and mileage.
The engine is mated with a five speed gearbox transmission and the shifts are expected to be charming and decent.
Bajaj Pulsar 150NS Top speed and Mileage
The naked sport 150 Pulsar can reach to a maximum speed of 120 kmph and expected to take less than 6 secs to reach from 0-60 kmph. Overall, the Bajaj Pulsar 150NS mileage on city and highway drive may return 40-46 kmpl. The fuel tank capacity of 12 litres manages the pulsar 150NS to be a fun part for longer rides.
Most of the departments of the 150NS are done similar to the 200NS which even continues in the digital clusters. The 150NS structures an analogue tachometer and digital speedometer, fuel gauge and trip meter.
The combination of digital and analogue cluster comprises of three sections like 200NS, where the digital speedometer is attached right and tachometer remains in the central position. The other information is sorted out on the left side with the LED background.
The Pulsar 150NS though can look and perform better using the up-side down forks, but cutting the price features, the bike possesses a 37 mm conventional telescopic forks in the front and rear Nitrox mono-shock absorber with the gas reservoir for charming ride.
The braking systems of the Pulsar 150NS are supported through the 240 mm single disc with two pot floating calipers in the front and rear 130 mm conventional drum brakes. Rear disk is the missing and expected feature for the best braking of 150NS and Bajaj may get the rear disk as optional version which can get a cost higher up to 4-6k.
The present size of the tyres offered though might not satisfy the looks of wider, the stock tyres maintain the standards on improving fuel efficiency. The 17 inch diameter alloy wheel can make the 100mm wide rear tyre appear broader and suitable for matching the 150NS exteriors.
The 150NS feature an 80/100-R17 in the front and 100/90-R17 tubeless tyres in the rear from the MRF. The 10 spoke alloy wheels of the bike remains as it used to be.
Bajaj Pulsar 150NS colours
The shades of Pulsar 150NS will be made available as it is offered for the 200NS, such as Pearl Metallic White, Cocktail Wine Red, Sapphire Blue, Ebony Black.