Bajaj Pulsar Classic 150 is available only in solid black colour and all the mechanical parts are finished in black colour giving a sporty look
Bajaj officially introduced Pulsar Classic 150 in India at Rs. 67,437 (Ex-Showroom, Mumbai). Last month, the company introduced double disc variant of Pulsar 150 and the response for new variant is really good which prompted the introduction of a strip outed version. It will be appealing to even more people in rural areas.
The Pulsar Classic 150 doesn’t get body graphics like its sibling and the Classic model also misses out on tank extensions, apart from this the company hasn’t made any other changes. Bajaj Pulsar Classic 150 will be available only in solid black colour and all the mechanical parts are finished in black colour which gives sporty look for the Pulsar Classic 150.
Bajaj Pulsar Classic 150 is almost Rs. 10,120 cheaper than the base Pulsar variant and the price difference is huge which might help the company to improve its sales. The Indian manufacturer tried a similar strategy last month with the launch of a basic variant of Platina which attracted lots of customers. The Pulsar 150 is already getting lots of attention and the cheaper variant will further increase it.
But the company hasn’t updated about Pulsar Classic 150 in the official website. The company has already dispatched Pulsar Classic 150 to showrooms and the bookings has also commenced. Initially, the new model is available only in Maharashtra which might be the reason that they are not putting up on the official website.
Bajaj Pulsar Classic 150 is powered by 149 cc single cylinder engine producing 14 bhp of power at 8,000 rpm and 13.4 Nm of torque at 6,000. This engine is mated to 5 speed gearbox. The Pulsar Classic 150 comes with clip on handle bar, digital instrument cluster along with front disc brakes. Bajaj Pulsar Classic 150 competes against Honda Unicorn 150.