Updated Version Of Bajaj N150 Bike Launched, New Prices Will Blow Your Senses

Abhay Singh
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Bajaj Pulsar N150

Bajaj Pulsar N150: The 150 cc bike segment is quite famous in India. You will find many bikes in this segment. In this series, the Bajaj Pulsar N150, which comes from Bajaj, has also been updated with some special features considering the demand of the people. Now, its price has also been increased. Let us know what features are available on the bike and its updated price.

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These Features Will Be Available In The New Update Of Bajaj Pulsar N150

You will now see the digital instrument console if we discuss the new Bajaj Pulsar N150 bike updates. The bike has also been equipped with Bluetooth and Smartphone Connectivity.

After adding this feature, you can read everyday things like trip meters, fuel efficiency, and DTE on the screen. You will also get call and SMS alerts and all warning alerts on the bike’s instrument console. However, we are still sad about one thing: the bikemaker has still not provided the turn-by-turn navigation feature in it. Apart from this, disc brakes will also be seen in its rear.

How Much Did The Price Increase After The Bajaj Pulsar N150 Bike Update?

When bike makers give a new update to the bike, the prices increase. Something similar has happened with the Bajaj Pulsar N150 bike, and the bike maker has now increased the cost of its standard variant by Rs 6,362 to Rs 1,24,096.

Old Features Found In Bajaj Pulsar N150 Bike

Apart from the mentioned features, the company has not made any other changes in the look and design of the Bajaj Pulsar N150 bike. However, if we talk about its normal features, you get a 149.68 cc engine that generates a maximum power of 14.5 PS and a maximum torque of 13.5 NM.

Disc brakes at the front and rear of this bike come with single-channel ABS. You can fill up to 14 liters of fuel in this bike. Talking about the mileage of the bike, you easily get a mileage of 48 Kmpl. Also, the Pulsar N150 bike comes with a telescope at the front, mono-shock suspension, alloy wheels, and tubeless tires at the rear.

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