Bajaj Motors India now offers Pulsar 150 with seven different color paint schemes in the Indian market, courtesy of the recently launched Dagger edge edition for the range of Pulsar motorcycles.
- Bajaj recently launched Dagger Edition of Pulsar 150
- Bajaj Pulsar 150 offered in three variants in India
- Colour can be chosen depending on the variants of Pulsar 150
Bajaj Motor India has recently introduced a new paint scheme for the pulsar range of motorcycles. Following, new paint scheme for NS 160, NS 200, and RS 200, while the other model’s Pulsar 150, 180, and 220F get a new color scheme courtesy of the dagger Edge edition. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 and Pulsar 125 are the bestselling models from the pulsar motorcycle line-up in India. The Bajaj Pulsar Dagger Edge edition priced from Rs 1.01 lakh for pulsar 150 drum brake, Rs 1.04 lakh for pulsar Twin-disc brake, Rs 1.09 lakh for Pulsar 180, and Rs 1.28 lakh for Pulsar 220F (All prices are ex-showroom New Delhi).
The Pulsar 150 best-selling model offered with three variants – regular 150, 150 twin-disc, and 150 Neon editions. These variants offer a total of seven paint schemes depending on the chosen trim. The entry-level Pulsar 150 available in Pearl white and Sapphire blue colors, while Pulsar 150 twin disc can be had in Volcano Red, Pearl White, and Sparkle black. The Bajaj Pulsar 150 Neon offered with Neon Red, Neon Silver, and Neon lime green paint schemes. Although, Bajaj didn’t offer a white alloy, instead made a combination color with a subtle graphical update.
The Rim colors are decided to depend on the color chosen, as pearl white and sparkle black get a red rim sticker and White in the volcanic red. As for performance, no mechanical changes have been made the bike continues to offer, 149 cc single-cylinder twin spark DTS-I fuel-injected engine, which belts out 14 PS of maximum power output at 8,500 Rpm and 13.25 Nm of peak torque at 6,500 Rpm. The powertrain comes paired with a 5-speed transmission gearbox system.