March 31, 2011 - Bajaj Auto has announced the launch of all new Pulsar
135 Light Sport which adds a new extent to the bike fashion. The new
bike is embedded with more chiselled lines, aggressive stance, a sporty
split seat, aluminium clip-on handlebars etc. This bike has been
launched exclusively for the youth.
June 18, 2009 - Bajaj has launched its upgraded version of Pulsar 220
DTSi model in India with a price of Rs. 70,000 ex-showroom Delhi. The
new Pulsar is in war bikes such as Apache 180 RTR and Yamaha FZ16 in
the premium segment
Bajaj Pulsar review:
The new Bajaj Pulsar is a great hit in Indian market
which comes with four variants namely Pulsar 135 DTS-i, 150 DTS-i, 180
DTS-i and 220 DTS-i. The Bajaj Pulsar is a smart bike which possess a
sharp shaped tail that adds beauty to the bike. The Pulsar appears into
the market with various color options and it gives a pretty and
The three variants of Bajaj Pulsar(150, 180, 220) are
well equipped with 4-stroke, air-cooled, DTS-i engine with the
displacement of 149.01cc, 178.6 cc, 220 cc respectively. But Pulsar
135 is powered by a 4-valve, single cylinder, SOHC, DTS-i engine with
134.66 cc displacement which generates a maximum power of 13.5 @ 9000
rpm and torque of 11.4 @ 7500 rpm. The Pulsar 150 cc delivers a power
of 15.06 Ps @ 9000 rpm and torque of 12.5 Nm @ 6500 rpm. The peak power
of Pulsar 180cc is 17.02 @ 8500 and torque is 14.22 @ 6500 rpm while the
Bajaj Pulsar 220 dtsi pumps out a high power of 21.04 @ 8500 rpm and torque of 19.12 @ 7000 rpm.
Design and Quality:
Bajaj Pulsar is designed with the aim of adding a new
dimension to the motorcycle market by introducing a new Light Sports
Segment. Bajaj Pulsar is well known for its excellent performance and
handling. The shrouds in Pulsar contributes a feel of big bike and the
headlight appears with city lights named tale lights which adds a peppy
look to the bike. The new Bajaj Pulsar has a features stronger alloy
wheels which is helpful for low maintenance since it wouldn’t rust and
it enriches the stability of the bike. The black styling of Pulsar
offers a sleek vision as well as delicate aggression. Overall, pulsar is
a blending of style and functionality.
The Pulsar 135cc possess a digital type with analog display tachometer,
digital fuel guage and tripmeter while this is not in other variants of
Pulsar. The overall performance and fuel efficiency is increased with
the innovative Technology of Bajaj Pulsar such as
DTS-i(Dual Twin Spark Ignition) and Exhaust TEC (Torque Expansion
Chamber). To enrich the sporty and aggressive look, Pulsar possess a 3D
Chiseled Logo, Vertical Stack Twin Projector Headlamps, Split Seats,
Clip-on Handle Bar and Large Anti-Scratch Tank Shrouds. This bike gives
out a feel of pleasure and comfortable driving experience with the
Disc-Brakes, Wider Tyres, 12V DC and Comfy Split Seats. The Bajaj Pulsar
is a tough competitor to other bikes such as Hero Honda Hunk, Hero
Honda CBZ Xtreme, TVS Apache, Yamaha FZ-16, Yamaha FZS and Yamaha Fazer.
Pulsar is ideal for India in terms of pricing, design and performance.
Dimensions of Bajaj Pulsar:
The Bajaj Pulsar dimensions are - its length is 2035mm,
width is 750mm and height is 1165mm. The Pulsar 135cc wheelbase is 1325
mm while the 150cc wheelbase is 1320 mm. At the same time, the
wheelbase of Pulsar 180cc and 220cc are 1345 mm and 1350 mm
respectively. The ground clearance of Pulsar is 165 mm. The Kerb weight
of 135 and 150 variants of Bajaj Pulsar are 122kg and 143kg while the
Kerb weight of 180 and 220 are 147kg and 150 kg.
Average Mileage and Fuel Economy:
As Bajaj Pulsar appears in four variants, the mileage also differs from each variant. The Bajaj Pulsar 150cc
offers the mileage of 56.5kmpl in urban roads while on highway it
offers 65kmpl mileage. The variant 180cc provides mileage of 45.8kmpl
mileage in city and 55.2kmpl on highways. The Bajaj Pulsar 180 cc pumps out a mileage of 45.8kmpl mileage in city while on highway it gives 55.2kmpl. The Fuel tank capacity of the Bajaj Pulsar 150cc, 180cc and 220cc is 15 litres and reserve is 3.2 litres but the Bajaj Pulsar 135
has fuel tank capacity of 8 litres with reserve of 2.5 litres. The
Bajaj’s own patented DTS-i technology which supports faster and better
combustion of fuel which results excellent fuel economy.
Bajaj Pulsar colours:
The 150, 180 and 220 version of the Pulsar comes with plasma blue,
cocktail wine red, midnight black and misty grey silver. The variant 135
enters in two shades similar to other variants namely wine red and
midnight black. The stylish black colour and sporty look fascinates the
Bajaj Pulsar Variants:
Bajaj Pulsar 135:
The Bajaj Pulsar 135 sports world’s first 4
valve DTS-i technology and beefed up frame with 1320 mm wheelbase which
gives more strength and high stability along with exceptionally tight
Bajaj Pulsar 150:
The 150 variant of Pulsar consists of a 12 V
Full DC system and 35/35 W with 2 pilot lamps. The front tyre of this
variant is measured as 2.75 x 17 and the rear tyre is 100/90 x 17. It
generates class-leading top-end power, due to its 2-inlet and 2-outlet
valves and ample pulling power in the low and mid-range.
Bajaj Pulsar 180:
The elegant look pulsar 180 is designed with
aerodynamic shape and it possess LCD speedo and tachometer console.
This bike is a mixing of Pulsar 220 and Pulsar 200 but 200cc is a
discontinued bike. The Nitrox is present in the bike which is helpful
for handling extreme road conditions and terrain.
Bajaj Pulsar 220:
This is the bike which achieves the maximum
speed and it is believed to be the fastest on Indian roads. The 220cc
has a twin projector lamp which helps in better lighting up the road and
surrounding area ensuring clear visibility even in extreme conditions.
The advanced technology in Bajaj Pulsar makes the riders to feel
comfortable and provides an easier handling and control. For easy
access, the switches are positioned at very convenient place without
distracting eyes from road. The Bajaj Pulsar 220 has
large front disc brakes and rear disc brakes while comparing to the
other variants. The advanced suspension system decreases jerks in rough
roads and enhance the handling and control of the bike.
Bajaj Pulsar price:
The Bajaj pulsar prices of all the variants as on April 26, 2011 are mentioned below.
Bajaj Pulsar 135 - Rs. 59,923/-
Bajaj Pulsar 150 - Rs. 71,495/-
Bajaj Pulsar 180 - Rs. 75,007/-
Bajaj Pulsar 220 - Rs. 82,500/-
Recently, Bajaj Pulsar bags CNBC Overdrive Award which adds name and
fame to the company. In 2008, it has been awarded as “100cc Bike of the
Year”, “Motorcycle of the Year upto 125cc” and “Most Value for
Money-Bike of the Year”.
Bajaj has gives us some incredible bikes and one of them is Bajaj pulsar 150 cc which is a perfect blend of looks and power.Its aerodynamic shape turns it into cheetah on the rough and broken Indian roads.ReplyDelete
pulsar 150 mileage
Very impressive specifications.Bajaj 135 Pulsar is one of the best deal for those who wants an economical bike with stylish features and high mileage.ReplyDelete
As we know that today Bajaj is a leading brand of two wheelers and every bikes of Bajaj have own specialty. My favorite bike of Bajaj is Pulsar 180 and it’s really one of the best bikes of Bajaj.ReplyDelete
The bajaj pulsar is new feature bike and high graphic design with comfort drive and comfort seat available in bike.Bike expect the mileage around 45 in highways and around 40 in city and the price of bike is low in this segment of this bikeReplyDelete
There is no doubt that Bajaj Pulsar all bikes are one of the best. I think most of the people are confused to select which one best for them but your post really informative to those people.Personally i really like Bajaj Pulsar 150 bike because pulsar 150 mileage is one of the best.ReplyDelete
The Bajaj Motors are a big two- wheeler manufacturing company in the Indian market. Bajaj Pulsar all bikes has taken in important place an almost all practical action of youngster's life with the new stylish of good comfort for long rides. I like it bikes.ReplyDelete