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New Bike 2022 model

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150

Rs. 83,530

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Highlights

149.5 cc

45 kmpl

5 Speed Manual

12 litres

143 kg

807 mm

Color Options

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At the start of 2015, Bajaj Auto, a motorcycle company based in Pune, went on a launch spree by putting new bikes on the Indian market. The first bike they made was the fully covered Pulsar RS200. Then they made the Pulsar AS200 and AS150, which are adventure sport bikes. The Pulsar AS150 is a smaller adventure-tourer from Bajaj. It has a 150cc engine and the same body kit as the Pulsar AS200. Instead of the regular 150's frame, it has a new perimeter frame like the AS200. The back of the motorcycle has a nitrox mono-suspension, and most of the parts are the same as those on the AS200. The bike has a new semi-fairing, a projector headlamp, and the same tall windscreen as the AS200. Most of the parts are from the Pulsar NS200, like the speedometer, OVRMs, clip-on handlebars, tail lights, and most of the other parts. The Bajaj Pulsar AS150 is powered by a new version of the 150cc DTS-i mill that is cooled by air. This 149.5cc, one-cylinder engine makes 16.8bhp and 13Nm of torque. It has a gearbox with five speeds. The Pulsar AS150 is available in three colours: blue, red, and black. It's similar to the Yamaha Fazer V2.0 and the Suzuki Gixxer SF.

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Bike Details

Engine Capacity

149.5 cc

Mileage

45 kmpl

Transmission

5 Speed Manual

Fuel Tank Capacity

12 litres

Kerb Weight

143 kg

Seat Height

807 mm

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Price

The bike Bajaj Pulsar AS150 was last known to cost Rs. 83,530 in India. It came in one style and three colours. Users said that it got 45 kmpl (kilometres per litre).

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Features

Bajaj Pulsar as 150

At the beginning of 2015, Bajaj Auto, a motorcycle company based in Pune, went on a launch spree by putting new bikes on the Indian market. The first bike they made was the fully covered Pulsar RS200. Then they made the Pulsar AS200 and AS150, which are adventure sport bikes. The Pulsar AS150 is a smaller adventure-tourer from Bajaj. It has a 150cc engine and the same body kit as the Pulsar AS200. Instead of the regular 150's frame, it has a new perimeter frame like the AS200. The back of the motorcycle has a nitrox mono-suspension, and most of the parts are the same as those on the AS200.

Max torque

The engine that powers the Bajaj Pulsar as 150 16.76 bhp @ 9500 rpm and It has a 150cc engine and the same body kit as the Pulsar AS200. Instead of the regular 150's frame, it has a new perimeter frame like the AS200. The back of the motorcycle has a nitrox mono-suspension, and most of the parts are the same as those on the AS200.

Performance

The Pulsar 150 AS has a brand-new 150cc engine. It has nothing in common with the old Pulsar or the 150cc motor on the current Discover 150. The engine is brand new and has a lot of power. It has the most power in its class, 17 PS, at 9500 RPM, and the most torque, 13 Nm, at 7000 RPM. The rev limiter flashes at 10,000 RPM, but the bike keeps going until it hits 11,000 RPM. Since the engine has a longer stroke, it loses a little bit of top-end power, but the four valves help make up for that. The strongest part of the power band is in the middle, between 6000 and 9000 RPM, where the bike does really well.

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Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Expert Opinion

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The much-anticipated Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 has finally been released in India. It is said to be the most powerful 150cc air-cooled motorcycle, and it is Bajaj's first adventure bike. Like with other models, the maker hopes that this one will set new sales records. The Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 is powered by a 149.5cc twin-spark, air-cooled engine with a peak power of 16.88bhp at 9,500rpm and a peak torque of 13Nm at 7,000rpm. The four-valve, DTS-i engine is what makes it the most powerful air-cooled 150cc bike. The bike has a perimeter frame that holds everything together. At the front, it has telescopic forks with anti-friction bush, and at the back, it has a Nitrox mono shock absorber. The company has put on grippy tubeless tyres with sizes 80/100-17 in front and 110/80-17 in back. This makes sure that the adventure never goes out of business. The machine's stopping power is controlled by a powerful 240mm front disc brake and a 130mm rear drum brake. The Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 looks and feels the same as its older sibling, the AS 200. The front of the bike is big and strong, which makes it stand out right away. It has a sharp and angular headlamp section with a low beam projector light and a regular headlamp for the high beam. Also, there are two pilot lights built in, which give the bike a wild look at night. The front of the bike looks great because it has a bigger, clearer windscreen that protects the rider from wind when going fast. The front fairing looks good on the bike and makes it look sporty and daring.

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Spare Parts

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Leg Guard

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Competitors

<para>Bajaj Pulsar 125, Honda SP 125, Hero Passion Xtec,<para>

List of Competitors

Brand

Model

ARAI Mileage

Engine Displacement

kerb Weight

Average Ex-showroom Price

Bajaj

Bajaj Pulsar 125

57 kmpl

124.4 to 124.4 cc

140 to 144 kg

Rs - 1.07 Lakh

Honda

Honda SP 125

42.2 kmpl.

124 cc

117 to 118 kg

Rs96,526 - 1 Lakh

Hero

Hero Passion Xtec

60 kmpl

113.2 cc

117 to 118 kg

Rs. 77.36 K and Rs. 80.86 K

Have Questions?

The engine displacement of Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 is 149.5 cc
Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 has Kick and Self Start.
The power produced by Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 is 16.76 bhp @ 9500 rpm
The curb weight of Pulsar AS 150is 143 Kgs.
The fuel tank capacity of Pulsar AS 150 is 12 Ltrs.

Bajaj Pulsar AS 150 Customer reviews

4.2
Based on 35 reviews
Good to use in your normal day

I bought this bike three years ago, and it's still in great shape. Good to use in your normal day-to-day life. If you are a rider, AVG is not that good. It looks great and feels great. It can be expensive to service and keep up, but it works well and is worth the cost. The acceleration is the best I've seen on a 150cc bike. Overall nice.

Ataf
The bike is excellent

The bike is excellent. In all 150 CC segments, it looks very stylish and elegant. It gets normal gas mileage and requires less maintenance.

sahil
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