Bajaj Auto has released Pulsar P150 in India. The brand launched their all-new motorcycle for INR Rs 1.17 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
Pulsar P150 is Bajaj's latest offering on 150cc segment with the all-new platform. There are already popular names such as N250, F250, and N160 from the Indian manufacturer.
This bike gets an all-new design inspired from N series and is lighter as well. So, the company has positioned it between Pulsar N160 and normal Pulsar 150 in the line-up.
After the successful debut of the next-generation Pulsar 150 in India, there will undoubtedly be several queries about its launch in Nepal too.
Will it be available here? If yes, when and what will be expected price? We got you covered in this post.
But first, let's take a look at the latest Pulsar P150, along with key features and complete specifications.
Pulsar P150 Overview
In terms of styling, the P150 takes design inspiration from new generation of Pulsars. It gets sharper and sportier look than the normal Pulsar 150.
The most noticeable visual feature is the front panel, which has an all-new Bi-functional LED Projector Headlamp balanced by LED DRLs.
Likewise, the muscular fuel tank's design flows naturally with the seats, offering a completely fresh look. A new underbody exhaust also helps to maintain center of gravity.
Bajaj has also differentiated some styling elements between the single-disc and twin-disc variants.
The single-disc variant gets a single-piece seat and single tubular handle bar providing a more upright stance. Meanwhile, the twin-disc variant comes witha split seat design, clip-on handlebar and different grab handle.
A sleek tail section is indentical from its elder silblings, Pulsar N series. It also has a same 'X' shaped LED tail light which looks more edginess and wickedness.
This motorcycle is available in 5 colours for both variants – Racing Red, Caribbean Blue, Ebony Black Red, Ebony Black Blue and Ebony Black White.
The Pulsar P150 is powered by an air-cooled, 149cc single-cylinder engine. It can deliver peak power of 14.5hp at 8,500rpm and 13.5Nm of max torque at 6,000rpm.
Furthermore, the fuel-injected motor also gets the BS6 emission norms. It also comes mated to a 5-speed gearbox.
Unfortunately, this engine is not the most advanced unit around, employing 2-valve architecture and even featuring a kick-starter.
The weight of the all-new Pulsar P150 measures only 140 kg, making it lighter the normal sibling. With seat height of 790mm, this bike offers itself as perfect ride even for short riders.
The bike gets a wheelbase of 1352 mm while the ground clearance is 165mm. Similarly, it features a muscular 14-litre fuel tank and has an estimated mileage of 42 Kmpl.
The suspension unites of new-gen Pulsar 150 includes a 31mm telescopic fork up front and mono-shock at the rear. Braking duties are taken by a 260 mm disc at the front
For rear, you get an option of 230 mm disc brake and 130mm drum brake. As an extra safety feature, single-channel ABS is provided as standard.
In addition, the bike travels on 17-inch alloy wheels with 80/100 and 100/90 respective front and rear tyres in the single disc variant. However, the twin disc variant gets fatter tyres of 90/90 upfront and 110/90 at the rear.
Pulsar P150 features a same infinity instrument cluster as its elder siblings. The semi-digital console comes with a traditional analog tachometer and a digital speedometer. It also has a gear indicator, range indicator, clock, etc. Other key highlight includes:
Pulsar P150 Features
- All-new 149cc Engine
- Fuel Injection (FI) Technology
- Telescopic Front Forks
- Single-channel ABS
- Wider Tubeless Tyres
- USB Charging Port
- Aerodynamic Body Design
- Aluminum Pillion Handlebars
- Double Disc Brakes (in Twin Disc variant)
- Split Seat Setup (in Twin Disc variant)
- Under-belly Exhaust System
- LED Position Lights and Tail Light
- Bi-functional LED Projector Headlamp
Pulsar P150 Specifications
Engine and Transmission
|1-cylinder, 4-stroke, 2-valve
|14.5 PS @ 8500 rpm
|13.5 Nm @ 6000 rpm
|NO. OF GEARS
|Self & Kick start
Build and Dimension
|FUEL TANK CAPACITY
Chassis and Suspension
|Telescopic forks (31 mm)
Brakes and Tyres
|Drum 130mm (Single Disc), Disc 230mm (Twin Disc)
|80/100-17 (Single Disc), 90/90-17 (Twin Disc)
|100/90-17 (Single Disc), 110/80-17 (Twin Disc)
|Red, Blue, Black Red, Black Blue, Black White
Pulsar P150 Price in Nepal
In the Indian market, the latest generation NS costs INR 1,16,755 (ex-showroom Delhi). Considering that, Pulsar P150 price in Nepal is expected to be somewhere around Rs. 330,000 - Rs. 350,000.
|Price in Nepal
|Rs. 3.30 - 3.50 Lakhs (Expected
This is only an estimate, and given the recent price hike in the Nepalese two-wheeler industry, it may cost even more. As a result, we will have to wait until the official release.
Bajaj has not revealed any official information on the launch date of Pulsar P150 in Nepal. However, it can expected to be released in March 2023 with Nepalese New Year around that duration.
As for the competition, it will go head to head against TVS RTR 160 2V and Yamaha FZ V2.
Please stay tuned for further information on the official price and launch date of Pulsar P150 in Nepal.