Bajaj Updates the Pulsar: The N150 and N160 Take to the Streets with Fresh Tech & Style!

With updated looks and an array of modern amenities to set them apart in their class, Bajaj recently unveiled two models for its Pulsar lineup: the N150 and N160.

The New Bajaj Pulsar N150 and N160

Design and styling:

The recently released Pulsar N150 and N160 share a similar design language, however they have slight differences that give them separate identities. Both have an aggressive styling with a single projector setup up front, twin split LED DRLs, and 17-inch alloy wheels; the N160, however, has a wider tyre profile and a new alloy design. From the side, we can observe that the N160 has split seats, while the N150 has a one-piece unit. The former has split grab handles, while the latter has a traditional grab ring design. Both have the same elegant rear designs, complete with an LED lighting system and a splash guard installed at the back. Along with new generation Bluetooth connecting features, both of these vehicles have a semi-digital infinity display with an analogue tachometer and digital fuel level, gear, distance to empty, and average fuel economy indicators.

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Performance:

The 150cc air-cooled FI engine of the new Pulsar N150 produces 14.3 BHP and 13.5 Nm of peak torque when paired to a 5-speed manual gearbox, while the 160cc oil-cooled engine of the N160 produces 15.68 BHP and 14.65 Nm of peak torque when linked to a 5-speed manual gearbox.

Pricing and Rivals:

There are two models available for the new Pulsar N150, with prices ranging from Rs. 1.18 lakhs to Rs. 1.24 lakhs (ex-showroom). In the same vein, the New Pulsar N160 is available in two configurations and is priced between Rs. 1.31 lakh and Rs. 1.33 lakh (ex-showroom).While the N160 is available with a dual-channel ABS arrangement and dual disc brakes, the N150 is only available with a front disc and rear drum setup with single-channel ABS. TVS Apache RTR, Yamaha FZs, and Bajaj’s sister Pulsar models are the models these will compete with.

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