2019 Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Collection Launched In India For Rs 64,998
The new Pulsar 150 Neon offers an all-new color and graphic scheme with Neon Red, Neon Yellow (with Matt Black Paint) and Neon Silver color accents.
Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon Yellow. (Image: Bajaj Auto)
Bajaj Auto has introduced the all-new Pulsar 150 Neon collection. The new Pulsar 150 Neon 2019 collection comes with a young and peppy styling along with the sporty appeal and is for customers looking at a bike with size and performance above the 100/110 cc offerings. The new Pulsar 150 Neon is made available at an exciting introductory price of Rs 64,998 (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The new Pulsar 150 Neon offers an all-new color and graphic scheme with Neon Red, Neon Yellow (with Matt Black Paint) and Neon Silver color accents. The Pulsar 150 Neon dons color coordinated headlamp eyebrows, Pulsar logo, side-panel mesh and alloy grab rail. A 3D logo on the rear cowl and the colored alloy wheel decal complete giving it a sportsbike appearance.
Commenting on the launch, Mr. Eric Vas, President (Motorcycles), Bajaj Auto Ltd said, “The Pulsar 150 Neon, with its fresh new looks, outstanding road presence and proven performance is set to be the first choice for any customer willing to move beyond a 100/110 cc bike. At a price of Rs 64,998/- ex-showroom Delhi, upgrading to the power of a 150cc bike has never been easier.”
The new Pulsar 150 Neon is powered by a 4 Stroke, 2–valve, twin spark, air cooled trusted DTS-i engine that produces 14PS of Power @ 8000 RPM and 13.4 Nm of Torque @ 6000 RPM. The braking duties are handled by 240 mm front disc brake with 130 mm rear drum brake.
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