Top 5 Facts That Make Bajaj Pulsar 150 the Highest Selling 150cc Bike

Bajaj Pulsar 150 is no doubt one of the most popular bikes today. Here are top facts that make this bike the best-selling in the 150CC bike market. 

Value for Money

Bajaj Auto is known for providing its customers with reliable and long-lasting products that do not need extensive maintenance. With a retail price below INR 1 lakh and a refreshed look that looks newer, this bike is an absolute steal!

Safety

Bajaj Pulsar 150 has advanced ABS that makes braking a lot smoother at high speeds. The 240mm front disc brake guarantees the safety of the rider. It is also more stable due to the large tubeless tyres that increase friction between the tyre and the road. 

Design

Available in 7 different colours, there is a Pulsar on the market for any kind of rider. Coloured alloy wheels, 3D variant logos and an alloy grab rail make the pulsar feel highly premium and attractive. 

Power

Many entry-level customers opt for the 150cc version of Bajaj bikes as their entry-level purchase to ensure a smooth ride experience on all types of roads. The air-cooled single-cylinder engine in the Bajaj Pulsar 150 is capable of 14PS and an improved 13.4Nm torque. This is the highest compared to most other bikes in the 150cc category.

Mileage

Riding experience is easier if you don’t have to think about your ride leaving a hole in your pocket. In general, 150cc bikes are fantastic at this. They offer good power while retaining high fuel efficiency. The DTS-i engine enables the Pulsar 150 to boast a mileage of 65 km/L, which is among the highest on the market.

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