10 Janaury 2021, Kathmandu
The Pulsar 150 has been great for 20 years for these five reasons.
Bajaj’s Pulsar 150 is currently being sold in two variants in Nepal. Official Bajaj dealer Hanshraj Hulas Chand & Company Pvt. Ltd. is marketing Pulsar 150 as the best-selling motorcycle in Nepal.
In the 150 cc segment sold in Nepal, Bajaj Pulsar 150 has about 50 percent. Many people should be concerned about the key reasons for the strong sales of Pulsar 150.
The performance of the Bajaj Pulsar 150, which sold 26,595 units in 2020, has five major themes. We have, therefore, presented here today the key issues related to its performance.
The Pulsar 150, which came to Nepal in 2001, was very popular because of its design. The company has been making some modifications in its design every year.
The Pulsar 150, which has come in a youthful design, has increased its consumer appeal due to its muscular and sporty appearance. Its stylish headlamps and muscular fuel tanks make it very popular.
It has features like a semi-digital instrument console, clip on handlebars, engine kill switch, tubeless tires, DC headlamps.
Another issue associated with the success of the Pulsar is its DTSI engine. It will provide 15.1 PS of 149 cc capacity and 12.5 Nm of torque. It has a 5-speed gearbox. The Pulsar 150 has been falling in the model with a lot of power at low CC.
The Pulsar has been the choice of many because of its 150 mileage. Its DTSI technology has made its mileage very strong. Pulsar 150 has been certified by ARAI to provide 65 km per liter mileage.
The Bajaj Pulsar is the lowest priced motorcycle in the 150 segments. Its price is much lower than its rival model Yamaha FZ series, while it is cheaper than TVS’s RTR series.
In Nepal, the classic model of Bajaj Pulsar is priced at Rs 262,900, while the twin disc variant with disc brakes on both wheels is priced at Rs 273,900.