Pulsar NS 150 Price
Bajaj Pulsar NS 150 is available in Sri Lanka two wheel market. This is middle sized street bike from the Bajaj under the Pulsar series, the motorbike is provided with a 149.6cc engine while it’s both rear and front wheels are provided with disc brakes. Disk brakes gives the rider a quick braking power while if it is added with ABS then it can provide extra safety for the rider on the busy roads. The pulsar NS 150 is fitted with underbelly exhaust system. The model is provided with aggressive street fighter styling and with muscular look that blended with Twin tone decal. Back lit switch, LED Tail Lights and stylish alloy wheels are its other futures. The engine of the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc is with the same size and performance. There are front and rear disc brakes are fitted to this motorbike. But no ABS option.. The 149 cc, single-cylinder, two-valve, twin-spark Engine can produce 14 bhp at 8,000 rpm of power, and 13.4 Nm of peak torque at 6,000 rpm. As per Bajaj the motorcycle had undergone significant improvements in noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) levels, with optimizations in the chassis and engine touch points. Also they announced that the NVH improvements are an ongoing process and these have been passed on to the consumers in the Pulsar 150 Twin Disc.
It means the model may have discontinued from the production line.
2020 sees that the model is taken out from both Indian and Sri lanka websites of Bajaj.
Colors: Wild Red, Graphite Black, Mirage White
Bajaj Pulsar NS 150 Video.
Source: Bajaj India.
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