Bajaj Auto has launched the
all new avatar of Pulsar 150 with twin disc brakes. The new variant will
provide sharper and sportier styling. The twin disc variant will be made
available in addition to the existing single disc variant. The bike is priced
at ? 78,016 /- (Ex Showroom – Delhi).
Apart from twin disc brakes,
the Pulsar 150 will also possess new colour and design scheme, split seats and
split grab rails, longer wheelbase and wider and bigger rear tyres. The new
Pulsar 150 twin disc will also equip significant improvements in noise,
vibration, and harshness (NVH) and a 230 mm rear disc brake. It will be made
available in 3 colours - Black Blue, Black Red and Black chrome.
The new variant will continue
to churn 14 PS of power and 13.4 Nm of torque with the 149.5 cc DTS-i engine.
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