Pulsar 150 DTS-i


Overview of Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTS-i

The ever-popular and highly successful Pulsar series receives a new addition with the release of Bajaj’s revamped Pulsar 150, a performance commuter motorcycle that has been fully updated to compete with new rivals such as Honda’s CBF Stunner and Suzuki’s GS150R. The Pulsar 150 was one of the first 150cc bikes to be released to the Indian market, so does this new version break new ground or simply reinforce the market position of the 150?

Bajaj Pulsar 150 Design

The new Pulsar 150 model is designed with the all-black design theme of the elder Pulsar sibling – including the shock absorbers, alloy wheels and engines – but overall it bears a striking similarity to its sibling, the Bajaj Pulsar 180. There are plenty of stylish touches, including the smartened heel and toe levers and the bike’s newly refined tail. Its updated razor-sharp taillight is unique and distinctive – perhaps the best part of the updated design. Overall, the bike’s exterior is stylish and sleek, an improvement on the previous version. However, it’s unfortunate that Bajaj didn’t choose to update the Pulsar 150 to feature the same split seat configuration as the Pulsar Bajaj 180.




This bike was built keeping in mind not to compromise the performance as well as the fuel efficiency…So this bike is decent in the figures it returns in terms of performance and fuel efficiency


The riding position of Pulsar gives a sporty kind of feeling . Pulsar can boast of a plush ride quality with great shock absorbers. There are a few who complain of awkward seating position on a pulsar and that a Bajaj Pulsar 150cc doesn’t make a pillion rider feel as comfortable, especially if it’s a female.


The Pulsar 150 comes equipped with a 240 mm ventilated front disc brake that ensures a quicker and safer braking each time. The bike boasts of a light sensitive digital cockpit for great day-night visibility. The beefed up frame with 1320 mm wheelbase adds strength and stability.


The aggressive wolf eyed headlamp with twin pilot lamps, gives the Pulsar 150 its individual character and lets it mark its own territory on the road. The 12 V full DC headlamp ensures a constant light beam at all speeds. The naked street fighter look is further enhanced by the aerodynamic fairing on the large, muscular 15 litre fuel tank.



Type 4-stroke, DTS-I, air cooled
Displacement (cc) 149.01CC
Max. Power (Ps @ rpm) 15.06 PS, 9000 RPM
Max. Torque (Nm @ rpm) 12.5 NM, 6500 RPM
Starting Electric


Front Telescopic, 135 mm stroke
Rear Triple rated spring, 5 way adjustable with 105 mm travel Nitrox shock absorber


Front 240 mm Disc
Rear 130 mm Drum


Front Tubetype Unidirectional – 90 / 90 x 17″
Rear Tubetype Unidirectional – 100 / 90 x 17″

Fuel Tank

Total litres(reserve, usable) 15 liter full (3.2 liter reserve, 2 litres usable)


Battery 12 V Full DC
Head lamp 35/35 W with 2 pilot lamps
Horn 12V, 30W


Wheelbase 1320 mm
Kerb Weight
143 kg


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