Bajaj Auto dishes on the new updates for the Pulsar bike range

Bajaj Auto dishes on the new updates for the Pulsar bike range

If you haven’t heard of it, you should! Bajaj Auto has reportedly updated its entire range of Pulsar motorcycles for 2017. The bikes feature updated engines meeting Bharat Stage IV emission norms and also are equipped with the all-time headlamp on (AHO) function. Not to mention,  the bikes will be getting new colors and new decals alongside a few minor design changes. The Pulsar 135 is now a commuter bike and it has a few minor changes, including a new headlight cowl, new gear shifter and single piece seat. The Pulsar 180 remains mostly the same except that it gets a standard rear disk brake.

The Bajaj Pulsar 150 however consists of significant changes with new colors, new decals, new faux carbon fibre finish on some plastic bits and a matte finish for the engine. The exhaust gets a larger bore for better performance and tonal quality. The engine displacement is the same at 149.5cc but the bore has reduced by 2mm and the stroke has been expanded by 4mm. The new engine makes 14 bhp of power and 13.4 Nm of torque. The clutch is new as it gets lighter than the old bike and makes the gearshifts smoother and more precise.

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