The Pulsar Neon edition is priced in the same range as the current outgoing model
Bajaj has just launched the Pulsar Neon Edition in India at an introductory price of Rs. 64,998 (ex-showroom, Delhi) which is actually the same price as the current model available for sale in India. The Pulsar Neon edition is the same bike as the current outgoing model but gets a neon kind of color treatment which definitely has increased the overall appeal of the motorcycle to some extent.
The Bajaj Pulsar Neon edition is launched in three new color options including Neon Red, Neon Yellow with Matt Black Paint and Neon Silver. The neon theme is visible in the headlamp cluster, Pulsar logo on the fuel tank, side panels, alloy wheels and grab rails and lastly also on the 3D logo present on the rear cowl.
To add a premium feel to the overall motorcycle the seat too gets the matching color stitches as well. The neon color with matte paint finish is looking quite good on the Pulsar 150 and will definitely attract the attention of the customers. Apart from the new paint scheme, there are no mechanical changes made to this particular variant.
The Pulsar 150 Neon edition is powered by the same 149 cc, air-cooled, single-cylinder engine which produces around 14 Bhp of peak power at 8,000 rpm and 13.4 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. The rest of the parts remain identical to the standard variant. The braking is taken care by a 240 mm single disc up front and a 130 mm drum brake at the rear.
Unfortunately, Bajaj has decided not to provide ABS on the motorcycle yet. Like we already mentioned above the prices of this motorcycle has been kept identical to the current model which is on sale and we are pretty sure that Bajaj is once again targeting the younger audience with this new motorcycle.
While all the other two-wheeler manufacturer are upgrading their 150 cc offerings with ABS setup you can also expect Bajaj to update the Pulsar 150 range with ABS as well soon.