Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi features an excellent aerodynamic shape branding itself a male bike with best ride quality. Explore the review to know the features, technical specifications & price in India.

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Pulsar 150 DTSi

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Bajaj Auto is planning to give a tough competition to its rivals like Honda, TVS, Suzuki and Yamaha with its upgraded bikes. The 2009 Bajaj Pulsar 150cc will now get a new look. The new upgraded bike will be matted with "All Black Treatment" for its engine and Alloy wheels. The company has managed to give an extended tank as we see in elder brother Pulsar 200cc. The DTSi-150cc comes with a throttle actuated ignition-control system that works in conjunction with a chip-controlled digital capacitor discharge ignition (CDI) system for accurate ignition timing under all conditions. The dual spark mechanism accelerates and evens out flame propagation, which results in more efficient combustion and hence leads to better performance. Even though this newly upgraded bike is changed only in looks with the same old engine, it will definitely target the style hungry bike enthusiasts in our country.

The new Pulsar's 150cc engine delivers a power output of 13.10bhp at 8000 rpm. It has a wonderful pickup clocking 0-60kmph in 5.66 seconds. It produces a maximum torque of 12.28 Nm @ 6500 rpm. The Pulsar engine remains relatively smooth but when pushed hard it does lose some of its smoothness. Also at low speed and at low momentum the Pulsar engine does feel a bit lumpy. Compared to the other 150-160 cc bikes, the Pulsar 150 DTSi can be described as the "Jack of all trades" that doesn't quite excel in any particular parameter but has a lot of decent features.

Design And Comfort
As part of its 2009 pulsar series, Bajaj has added few new features to its flagship product pulsar 150cc. The new pulsar 150cc gets tank scoops borrowed from the pulsar 200cc. The decals on the tank is large and stlyish. It also gets full black theme - from engine to alloy wheels to shock absorber. Pulsar 150cc also gets a powerful headlamp which now gets power directly from the battery. However the engine remains unchanged, the transmission is slick and precise. Heel and toe lever gives pulsar 150cc an attractive look. But the rattles and squeaks are still not sorted which will be quite evident in any test ride. The headlight comes with city lights or tell-tale lights which are a value addition to its looks. The tail part of the bike is nicely designed. The new razor sharp rear light definitely adds to the uniqueness of Bajaj Pulsar.

Ride And Handling
Riding position on the Pulsar 150 DTSi is much sportier as compared to other bikes. The quality of the ride is the best among the 150 cc bikes, thanks to its plush shock absorbers. Even the handling is not too bad on the 150 Pulsar DTSi, except that the shock absorbers are set to pamper your back rather than attacking the race tracks. The clutch works perfectly but the gearbox still needs a bit of improvement. It hits a top speed of 108kmph.

Pulsar 150 DTSi Photos
Pulsar 150 in new look Rear side view of Pulsar 150 Pulsar 150 on side stand stance

Pulsar 150 DTSi Mileage
Amongst the variants of Pulsar bike, Bajaj Pulsar 150 DTSi has excellent features and quick pick up. The bike delivers an average mileage of 55-58 kmpl.

Pulsar 150 DTSi Price , Variants And Color
New Pulsar 150 comes in 4 different colors: Black, Blue, Red, and Silver

 Price of Pulsar 150 DTSi (Starting Price in Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Pune, Ahmedabad, Delhi, Kolkata, Mumbai)
City Ex. Show Room On Road City Ex. Show Room On Road
Bangalore Rs. 57,418/-    Rs. 67,980/-    Hyderabad Rs. 58,000/-    Rs. 64,787/-   
Chennai Rs. 58,016/-    Rs. 64,114/-    Pune Rs. 58,473/-    Rs. 64,176/-   
Ahmedabad Rs. 58,478/-    Rs. 64,638/-    Delhi Rs. 58,482/-    Rs. 62,154/-   
Kolkata Rs. 58,500/-    Rs. 65,460/-    Mumbai Rs. 59,910/-    Rs. 68,373/-   

Technical Specifications of Pulsar 150 DTSi
Type 4-Stroke, DTSi, Air Cooled
Displacement 149.1 cc
Max. Power 14.09 PS @ 8500rpm
Max. Torque 15.22 Nm @ 6500rpm
Front Suspension Telescopic, 130mm Stroke
Rear Suspension 5-Step Adjustable Canister
Front 240mm, Disc Brake
Rear 130mm, Drum Brake
Front Tyre 90/90 x 17- Tube
Rear Tyre 100/90 x 17 - Tube
Kerb Weight 143 kg
Wheelbase 1320 mm
Battery 12V Full DC
Head Lamp 35/35W with 2 pilot lamps
Fuel Tank Capacity
Fuel Capacity 15 ltrs

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