Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Collection Detailed In Walkaround Video

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Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Collection comes with aesthetic changes only as the mechanicals have been carried over from Pulsar 150 Classic variant

Bajaj officially launched the Pulsar 150 Neon Collection at the end of November and the bike is priced at Rs. 64,998. The Neon Collection model is based on the entry level variant of Pulsar 150 and the model has already reached showrooms. A Youtuber has posted an in-depth walkaround video of the Pulsar 150 Neon Collection.

The bike featured in the video is finished in Neon Yellow colour with Matt Black paint and it is also available in Neon Red and Neon Silver colour options. Most of the changes on the Pulsar 150 Neon Collection is focused on aesthetics and the company hasn’t made any changes for the mechanical parts of the Pulsar.

The changes on Pulsar 150 Neon Collection Edition starts with new graphics between the pilot lamps along with new 3D Pulsar logo and it is finished in a different colour depending on the colour options. The instrument cluster gets faux carbon fibre finish and it was already available in Pulsar 180 and 220, but the company didn’t offer this with Pulsar 150.

The side panels also get the same yellow colour along with the grab handle. The alloy wheels also get a small yellow strip and it goes well with the overall design theme. Overall, these changes do makes the bike more attractive compared to the regular model. Bajaj Pulsar 150 is powered by 149 cc, twin-spar, air-cooled engine produces 14 PS and 13.4 Nm.

This engine is mated to a 5-speed gearbox and the braking performance comes from 240 mm disc brake at the front and 130 mm drum at the rear. The company also offers a rear disc variant of Pulsar 150 but it is not available with the Neon Collection and Bajaj is yet to offer ABS system with entry-level Pulsar models.

The Pulsar 150 and other models with ABS has been already spotted testing and it is expected to be launched before the April 2019 deadline. The suspension duties are handled by telescopic forks at the front and dual gas charged suspension at the rear. Bajaj has given tubeless tyres and 17-inch wheels on the Pulsar 150 Neon Collection.