Why Bajaj Pulsar 150 Is High Selling Bike in India

Bajaj is an indigenous OEM that has gained global recognition as a two and three-wheeler manufacturer. The company launched its Pulsar range of bikes almost two decades ago. Now, one might wonder how an ageing product like the Bajaj Pulsar 150 can still have such a substantial market share.

Well, the answer to this question is best explained in the sections below – 

  • A pricey product cannot make it big in a country like India, and the people running Bajaj understands this sentiment. This is the reason why since its launch, the Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSI price was kept aggressive that compelled all of its rival products to make a run for their money.
  • The Pulsar has always been an entry-level performance bike for the average Indian motorcycle enthusiast. Its decent performance is possible thanks to the ever-reliable 150 CC motor that delivered decent power from the get-go. Over the years, the 150 CC heart of the Pulsar has been subjected to countless refinement and re-engineering sessions that ultimately made it one of the most efficient and rugged motorcycle engines in India and the countries where the Pulsar gets exported to!

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  • Next up on the list is the overall style and appeal of the bike. From the beginning, the Pulsar redefined how a commuter bike can look and perform aggressively without burning a hole in the pocket of its rider. Motorcycle enthusiasts would remember that the bike came with a tagline ‘Definitely Male’, and the same still applies to the overall styling of the bike to this day.
  • It is a fuel-efficient bike that can deliver up to 60 KMPL of mileage – an attribute that is one of the many selling points of the bike, especially when India’s petrol price is close to cross the 110 INR mark – don’t you agree!?

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